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Girls' own fanzine / edited by Sue Smith
Bib ID 2833118
Format JournalJournal [text, still image, volume]
Description Blacktown, N.S.W. : Sue Smith, 1973 
3 volumes : illustrations ; 28 cm 
Series

John Ryan Comic Collection (Specific issues).

Notes

Cover title.

Place of publication varies with each issue.

Issue 3 (1973) bound with Number 23 (1973) of Mentor.

Merged with Mentor (Normanhurst, N.S.W.) to become Ark (North Ryde, N.S.W.). ISSN 0311-2926.

Life Dates No. 1 (1973)-no. 3 (1973) 
Later Title

Mentor (Normanhurst, N.S.W.)

Ark (North Ryde, N.S.W.) 0311-2926

Subjects Women -- Periodicals.  |  Australian literature -- 20th century -- Periodicals.  |  Australian poetry -- 20th century -- Periodicals.  |  Australian
Form/genre Fan magazines.
Other authors/contributors Clarke, Susan (Susan Pamela Smith), editor
Also Titled

Girl's own fanzine

Gough

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