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Libraries change lives : the Australian story / [edited by] Patricia Churm
Bib ID 142670
Format BookBook
Description Kingsgrove, N.S.W. : Southern Scene, 1997 
149 p. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 0646344072
Notes

Includes index.

Subjects Public libraries -- Australia -- Competitions.  |  Short stories, Australian -- Competitions.  |  Public libraries -- Australia -- Public opinion.
Other authors/contributors Churm, Patricia, 1936-
Available From 47/49 Kingsway, kingsgrove, NSW 2208. 

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