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Biography index [microform]
Bib ID 4331
Format MicroformMicroform, BookBook
Description Melbourne, Vic. : Genealogical Society at Utah for La Trobe Library, 1984 
28 microfilm reels ; 16 mm. 
Notes

"The Biography index contains over 150 thousand entries to biographical articles, notes, obituaries, etc. for Australian identities, with particular emphasis on Victorians. ... The Index attempts to cover particularly the period c. 1860-1910. ... The entries have been indexed by La Trobe Library staff from a wide variety of publications such as the 19th century illustrated newspapers ..."

Title also given as Biographical index of Victoria.

Reel nos. 1363965-1363976, 1363978-1363981, 1364013-1364024.

Subjects Victoria - Biography - Indexes.  |  Victoria - Genealogy - Indexes.  |  Australia - Biography - Indexes.  |  Victoria - History - 1834-1900 - Biography - Indexes.  |  Australia - History - 1851-1901 - Biography - Indexes.
Other authors/contributors Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Genealogical Department  |  La Trobe Library
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Biographical index of Victoria


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