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Malvern Uniting Church : a centenary history / Rob Linn
Bib ID 33441
Format BookBook
Author
Linn, Rob
 
Description Blackwood, S. Aust. : Historical Consultants, 1991 
x, 84 p. : ill., 1 map, ports. ; 26 cm. 
ISBN 0646045520
Notes

Includes index.

Available from Historical Consultants Pty Ltd, RMB 671 Cherry Gardens Rd, Blackwood SA 5157.

Bibliography: p. 74-78.

Subjects Malvern Uniting Church - History.  |  Uniting Church in Australia - South Australia - Malvern - History.  |  Malvern (S. Aust.) - Church history.
Other authors/contributors Historical Consultants Pty. Ltd

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