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Who's who in Australia
Bib ID 1687417
Format JournalJournal
Uniform Title Who's who in Australia (1928)
Description Adelaide : F. Johns, 1927- 
v. ; 22 cm. 
ISSN 0810-8226 
Numbering Note Published every 3 years since 1959. Prior to this date issues were published for 1927-8, 1933-34, 1935, 1938, 1941, 1944, 1947, 1950 and 1955. 
Notes

Imprint varies: 1933/34, Melbourne : The Herald; 1935-1988, Melbourne : Herald and Weekly Times; 1990-2001, Melbourne : Information Australia; 2002- : Melbourne : Crown Content.

Also available online.

Life Dates 1927/8- 
Former Title

Who's who in the Commonwealth of Australia

Frequency Annual, 1991- 
Previous Frequency Triennial, 1959-1988 
Subjects Encyclopedias and dictionaries.  |  Australia - Biography.
Other authors/contributors Johns, Fred, 1868-1932

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