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Annual report of the Postmaster-General
Bib ID 1645974
Format JournalJournal, OnlineOnline
Author
Australia. Postmaster-General's Department
 
Online Versions
Description [Melbourne : Postmaster General's Department, 19---1968] 
v. : ill. (some col.) 
Series

Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament)

Notes

Description based on: year ended 30th June, 1959.

Also available online https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2089559156

Life Dates -year ended 30th June, 1968 
Has Supplement

Australia. Postmaster General's Department Financial and statistical bulletin

Later Title

Australia. Postmaster General's Department Annual report

Subjects Australia. Postmaster General's Department -- Periodicals.  |  Postal service -- Australia -- Periodicals.

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