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[Press clippings, 1960-1992]
Bib ID 4274302
Format BookBook
Description [Canberra : National Library of Australia] 
filing cabinets (48 ft.) 
Notes

The material is filed under natural language subject headings (see Press Clipping Subject Index located at Newspaper Reading Room), and was complemented by [Press releases, 1947-1987]. This collection is housed in filing cabinets.

Title supplied by Cataloguer.

An archive of press releases of general Australian social, cultural and sporting information.

Articles are from major Australian newspapers [e.g. Canberra times] with dates ranged from 1960 to 1992.

Copies of newspaper articles, collected as clippings.

Subjects Press releases.  |  Australia - Social conditions - 1965-

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