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Shifting sands to solid rock : ninety years of Frontier Services / Rob Linn
Bib ID 1830390
Format BookBook
Author
Linn, Rob
 
Printer (Adelaide : Openbook Publishers)
Description Cherry Gardens, S.A. : Historical Consultants Pty Ltd for Frontier Services, 2002 
ix, 126 p. : ill. (some col.), col. map, ports. (some col.) ; 29 cm. 
ISBN 0958545472
0958545480
Notes

Includes index.

Includes photographs by John Flynn.

Hardback edition limited to 600 copies.

The National Library's N copy is an unnumbered hardback limited edition

Subjects Flynn, John, - 1880-1951.  |  Australian Inland Mission - History.  |  Uniting Church in Australia. - Frontier Services - History.  |  Uniting Church in Australia - Missions - History.  |  Rural health services - Australia - History.  |  Social service, Rural - Australia - History.
Other authors/contributors Flynn, John, 1880-1951  |  Historical Consultants Pty. Ltd  |  Uniting Church in Australia. Frontier Services
Available From Frontier Services, PO Box A2266, Sydney South NSW 1235 

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