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Your souvenir programme of the day when history came to Alice Springs : on the occasion of the unveiling of the plaques of commemoration of the memorial to John Ross, members of the Overland Telegraph Line exploration and construction parties, 1870-72 and all pioneers of Central Australia, 1870-1920 : Anzac Hill, Alice Springs, Saturday September 7th, 1957
Bib ID 112852
Format BookBook
Description Alice Springs : Centralian Advocate, 1957 
[12] p. ; 22 cm. 
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Subjects Memorials -- Northern Territory -- Alice Springs.  |  Alice Springs Region (N.T.) -- History.

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