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Australian library history : papers from the Second Forum on Australian Library History, Canberra, 19-20 July 1985 / edited by Peter Biskup and Maxine K. Rochester
Bib ID 2002218
Format BookBook
Author
Forum on Australian Library History (2nd :, 1985 : Canberra, A.C.T.)
 
Description Canberra : Canberra College of Advanced Education, 1985 
136 p. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 085889274X
Notes

Errata slip inserted.

"Published by Centre for Library and Information Studies, Canberra College of Advanced Education" --t.p. verso.

First Forum entitled: Forum on Australian Colonial Library History, 1984, Monash University.

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Library science - Australia - History - Congresses.
Other authors/contributors Rochester, Maxine K. (Maxine Kathryn), 1936-  |  Biskup, Peter, 1926-2013  |  Canberra College of Advanced Education. Centre for Library and Information Studies

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