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Collection of posters on the aged [picture]
Bib ID 3942189
Format PicturePicture
Description [1985 -] 
<20> posters : col. ill. ; 92 x 60 cm. and smaller. 
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  • Have the time of your life, Senior Citizens' Week 17th-24th March 1985
  • What's age got to do with it, Senior Citizens' Week 2-9 March 1986
  • Seniors Week 1998, keep up with us / Council on the Ageing
  • Celebrate Seniors 99
  • International Bowls Day, Seniors Week 99, a Western Australia for all ages
  • Pick up your Seniors Week program... Seniors Week 99, a Western Australia for all ages
  • The new age, Seniors Week 2000
  • Getting better with age, Senior Citizens Week 18-25 March 2001
  • Share the experience, Seniors Week March 18 - March 25 2001
  • Seniors week 2001, age is an attitude / Qld Dept. of Families
 
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Subjects Older people -- Australia -- Posters.  |  Posters, Australian.  |  Australia -- Posters.
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