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America on record : a guide to books and other materials relating to the United States of America in the National Library of Australia / compiled by C.A. Burmester to mark the bi-centenary of American independence
Bib ID 2517009
Format BookBook
Author
National Library of Australia
 
Description Canberra : National Library of Australia, 1976 
106p. ; 25cm. 
ISBN 0642990735
Subjects National Library of Australia.  |  National Library of Australia. Stock: Documents on United States. Lists  |  United States -- Bibliography.
Other authors/contributors Burmester, C. A. (Clifford Amandus), 1910-1991, comp

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