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The changing role of service stations in Victoria : submission to Melbourne and Metropolitan Board of Works review on retailing in industrial zones / by the Victorian Automobile Chamber of Commerce, September 30, 1982
Bib ID 1934844
Format BookBook
Author
Victorian Automobile Chamber of Commerce
 
Description Melbourne : VACC, 1982 
5 leaves ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0949563021
Notes

Spiral binding.

Subjects Community services. Role of service stations. Victoria  |  Social service -- Victoria.  |  Service stations -- Victoria.
Other authors/contributors Melbourne and Metropolitan Board of Works

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