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Some contributions of medicos to Australian literature / D.A. Spalding
Bib ID 906323
Format BookBook
Author
Spalding, D. A. (David Atcheson)
 
Description Parkes, A.C.T. : Australian Medical Association, 1996, c1995 
viii, 47 leaves ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0959399232
Notes

"Prepared to accompany an exhibition of books at the AMA National Conference, Canberra, May 1996".

CIP changed: formerly without publisher added entry.

Bibliography: leaf 7-8.

Library's copy (NL,BO17/107495) is signed by the author and is number 11 of 75 copies.

Subjects Australian literature - Bio-bibliography.  |  Physicians' writings, Australian.
Other authors/contributors Australian Medical Association
Available From Dr D.A. Spalding, PO Box 10, Mawson ACT 2607 

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