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Laying the foundations : a history of the House With No Steps / Paul Ashton
Bib ID 2639863
Format BookBook
Author
Ashton, Paul, 1959-
 
Description Belrose, N.S.W. : House With No Steps, c1991 
146 p. : ill., ports. ; 29 cm. 
ISBN 0959718311
Notes

Includes index.

Available from House With No Steps, 49 Blackbutts Rd, Belrose NSW 2085.

Bibliography: p. [128]-129.

Subjects Wheelchair and Disabled Association of Australia -- History.  |  House With No Steps -- History.  |  Vocational rehabilitation -- New South Wales -- History.  |  Sheltered workshops -- New South Wales -- History.
Other authors/contributors House With No Steps

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