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Chaffey's kingdom : the Sunraysia story / [drawings: Cedric Emmanuel sic]
Bib ID 2761528
Format BookBook
Description South Melbourne, Vic. : Macmillan for the Australian Dried Fruits Association, 1976 
38pages : ill. ; 16x21cm. 
ISBN 0333229177
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Subjects Dried fruit production industries. Victoria. Mildura, 1887-1976  |  Dried fruit industry -- Sunraysia (Vic. and N.S.W.) -- History.
Other authors/contributors Emanuel, Cedric, 1906-1995  |  Australian Dried Fruits Association
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Sunraysia story

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