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Wing your way with ANA, Australia's most experienced airline [picture] / Skate
Bib ID 1732937
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Author
Skate, R. Clayton (Ronald Clayton), 1913-1991, artist
 
Online Versions
Description [Melbourne] : Australian National Airways, [195?] 
1 poster : col. ; 101 x 63 cm. 
Notes

Poster promoting Australian National Airways (ANA)

Poster signed: Skate.

Logo of: Australian National Airways.

PIC Poster Drawer 226 copy also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-136398942

Subjects Australian National Airways -- Posters.  |  Travel posters, Australian.  |  Picture -- Posters.
Other authors/contributors Australian National Airways
Exhibited Exhibited: 'Follow the Sun', NLA, Canberra, Nov 1999-Mar 2000 

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