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Guide to microform research collections in the National Library of Australia / compiled by Beth Stone
Bib ID 1911103
Format BookBook
Author
National Library of Australia
 
Description Canberra : National Library of Australia ; 1992 
xi, 283 p. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 0642105189
Notes

Index: p. 233-283.

Updates an earlier list first issued as ANHUL bibliography no. 6.

Subjects National Library of Australia - Microform catalogs.  |  Microforms - Catalogs.  |  Classified catalogs.
Other authors/contributors Stone, Beth

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