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Office administration procedures / Home Study Program, Department of Agriculture New South Wales
Bib ID 2404974
Format BookBook
Description Paterson, N.S.W. : Home Program, Dept. of Agriculture, 1988 
28 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0947077227
Series

Home study program ; O1.

Notes

"The materials were produced at the Correspondence Courses Production Unit, Tocal"--T.p verso.

Subjects Farm management - Records and correspondence.  |  Farm management - Study and teaching - New South Wales.  |  Office practice - Study and teaching - New South Wales.
Other authors/contributors C.B. Alexander Agricultural College. Correspondence Courses Production Unit  |  Farm Management Home Study Program (N.S.W.)

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