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Handbook and index : to accompany a map of Antarctica, produced by the Department of the Interior, 1939 / by E.P. Bayliss and J.S. Cumpston
Bib ID 690737
Format BookBook
Author
Bayliss, E. P. (Edward Percival)
 
Description [Canberra]: Commonwealth Govt. Printer, [1940?] 
90 p.,[1] leaf : map ; 25 cm. 
Notes

At head of title: Commonwealth of Australia. Department of External Affairs.

Index to map.

Library's Whelan copy is signed and inscribed in ink by the authors, "With compliments E.P. Bayliss. J.S. Cumpston 21.2.1940".

Reviewed in: The Geographical Journal, Vol. 96, No. 6 (Dec., 1940), pp. 435-4.

Bibliography: p. 78-80.

Subjects Antarctica.
Other authors/contributors Cumpston, J. S. (John Stanley), 1909-1986

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