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Sandgate echo [microform]
Bib ID 3720814
Format MicroformMicroform, NewspaperNewspaper
Description Sandgate, Qld. : Sandgate Newspaper Co 
v. ; 30 cm. 
Notes

Description based on: Jul.18, 1951 ; caption title.

Reproduction Microfilm. Jul.18, 1951-Dec.31, 1980. Tingalpa, Qld. : Produced by the Micrographic Applications, 2006. 18 reels : positive : 35 mm. The microfilming of this title was coordinated by State Library of Queensland with the financial support of the National Library of Australia as part of a Cooperative Newspaper Microfilming Project 2005/2006. 
Later Title

Echo (Sandgate, Qld.)

Frequency Weekly. 
Subjects Australian newspapers - Queensland - Sandgate.  |  Sandgate (Qld.) - Newspapers.

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    Collect from: Newspapers/Microforms Reading Room
    Call Number: mfm NX 1238
    Status: Available
    Items/Issues Held: Jul.18, 1951-Dec.31
    Details Collect From
    mfm NX 1238 Newspapers/Microforms Reading Room

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