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What is this thing called science : University Gallery, The University of Melbourne, 11 November - 18 December 1987
Bib ID 228192
Format BookBook
Description Parkville, Vic. : University Gallery, University of Melbourne, 1987 
47 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0868399698
Notes

Exhibition curator: Naomi Cass.

Subjects Science in art -- Exhibitions.  |  Art, Australian -- Exhibitions.
Other authors/contributors Cass, Naomi  |  University of Melbourne. University Gallery

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