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The story of the Commonwealth Bank / by D.J. Amos
Bib ID 1325718
Format BookBook
Author
Amos, D. J. (Douglas James)
 
Edition 6th ed. 
Description Adelaide : E.J. McAlister & Co., 1935 
15 p. ; 21 cm. 
Series

Commonwealth stories ; no. 1.

Notes

Cover title.

Reprint of 4th rev. ed. : 1934.

"Originally delivered as a lecture before the Sturt Electoral Committee" -- p. [1].

"First printed in pamphlet form in 1931" -- p. [1]

Library's N copy bound with other eds. of this title.

Subjects Commonwealth Bank of Australia -- History.  |  Banks and banking -- Australia -- History.  |  Banks and banking -- Government ownership -- Australia.

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