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Australian public affairs information service : a subject index to current literature
Bib ID 559589
Format JournalJournal
Description Canberra : Commonwealth National Library, 1945-1971 
27 v. ; 30 cm. 
ISSN 0005-0075 
Notes

1955- annual cumulation published; 1971 entitled: APAIS

Also available in microform

From 1961 issued by the library under its later name: National Library of Australia

Life Dates No. 1 (1945)-(1971) 
Later Title

APAIS 0727-8926

Frequency Monthly (except Dec.) 
Subjects Australian periodicals - Indexes.  |  Australia - Bibliography - Periodicals.  |  Australia - Social conditions - Bibliography.  |  Australia - Economic conditions - Bibliography.  |  Australia - Politics and government - Bibliography.
Other authors/contributors National Library of Australia  |  Commonwealth National Library (Australia)
Also Titled

APAIS

A.P.A.I.S

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