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Marine Board of Hobart
Bib ID 2064903
Format BookBook
Printer (Hobart : Mercury-Walch Pty. Ltd.)
Description Hobart : Design and Production, Banks Advertising Pty. Ltd., [between 1970 and 1972] 
17 [i.e. 20] p. : col. ill., col. maps, col. plans ; 28 cm. 
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Subjects Marine Board of Hobart (Tas.)  |  Harbors -- Tasmania -- Hobart.

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