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Truth
Bib ID 2831223
Format NewspaperNewspaper
Uniform Title Truth (Sydney, N.S.W.)
Description Sydney, N.S.W. : George M'Nair, 1890-1958 
3579 v. : ill. ; 37-60 cm. 
ISSN 2202-5871 
Notes

"Edited by A.G. Taylor".

Later issues are illustrated.

Also available online and on microfilm.

Life Dates No. 1 (Aug. 3, 1890)-no. 3579 (Oct. 5, 1958) 
Later Title

Sunday mirror (Sydney, N.S.W.)

Subjects Australian newspapers - New South Wales - Sydney.  |  Sydney (N.S.W.) - Periodicals.  |  Sydney (N.S.W.) - Newspapers.
Also Titled

Truth the people's paper

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    Collect from: Newspapers/Microforms Reading Room
    Call Number: NX 1272
    Status: Available
    Items/Issues Held: No. 1-no. 3579 (Sunday, Aug. 3, 1890-Sunday, Oct. 5, 1958) [Imperfect]
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