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Handbook to Victoria, prepared for the members of the "British Association for the Advancement of Science," on the occasion of their visit to Victorian Executive Committee. A.M. Laughlin ... editor ... T.S. Hall ... associate editor
Bib ID 208802
Format BookBook
Author
British Association for the Advancement of Science
 
Description Melbourne, A.J. Mullett, government printer [1914?] 
xvi, 382 p. incl. illus., pl., maps (part fold.) diagrs. (part col., part fold.) fold. map. 25 cm. 
Notes

At head of title: British Association for the Advancement of Science. Australian meeting.

Subjects Victoria.
Other authors/contributors Laughton, A. M. (Alexander Millar), 1868-  |  Hall, T. S. (Thomas Sergeant), 1858-1915

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