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Canberra [cartographic material] : Griffin's enduring contribution / National Library of Australia
Bib ID 1518311
Format MapMap
Author
National Library of Australia
 
Scale Scale [ca. 1:19 200]. 1600 ft. to an inch. 
Description [Canberra] : National Library of Australia, 1987 
1 map : col., facsim ; 53 x 50.7 cm. 
Notes

Facsimile reproduction of 1927 map showing Griffin's plan with approved modifications. Relief shown by contour lines and spot heights.

Text giving information about the original map.

Original: Plan of Canberra the Federal Capital of the Commonwealth of Australia / the Federal Capital Commission. 1927.

Boggs & Lewis no.: 812.352 cdca.

Subjects City planning - Australian Capital Territory - Canberra - Maps.  |  Canberra (A.C.T.) - Maps.
Time Coverage 1927 

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