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Papers of Susan Alexander, 1974-1976 [manuscript]
Bib ID 2288719
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Alexander, Susan
 
Access Conditions Available for research. Not for loan. 
Description [1974-1976] 
2 cm. (2 folders). 
Summary

Folder 1 : copies of articles on transexuality (1976). Folder 2 : includes a submission from the ACT Border Landholders Association (undated). Minutes of the second and third meetings of the A.L.P. ACT branch Urban planning and regional economy policy committee (March, April 1974).

Notes

Some photocopies.

Manuscript reference: MS 7353.

Subjects ACT Border Landholders Association.  |  Australian Labor Party. Australian Capital Territory Branch.  |  Sex change.  |  Urban policy -- Australian Capital Territory.
Time Coverage 1974-1976 

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