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Charlie, the ratbag orphan : an orphan survivor in Australia / [Charlie Walker ; cover design: Michelle Walker ; cover illustration: Holly Walker]
Bib ID 4852930
Format BookBook
Author
Walker, Charlie, 1935-
 
Description Heidelberg West, Vic. : Flea Company Ltd., 2010 
xvi, 333, [1] p. : ill. (some col.), facsims. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 9780646531182
Notes

"Autobiography"--Cover.

"2010"--Cover.

Copy signed by the author.

Subjects Walker, Charlie, - 1935-  |  Children - Institutional care - Victoria - Melbourne - Biography.  |  Orphans - Victoria - Melbourne.  |  Children - Institutional care - Melbourne - Psychological aspects.  |  Orphanages - Victoria - Melbourne - Biography.  |  Adult child abuse victims - Victoria - Melbourne - Biography.
Other authors/contributors Walker, M. (Michelle)
Also Titled

Orphan survivor in Australia

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