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Ninety-nine - knock! : a history of St. Mary's school in Donald, 1886-1985 / by Mary A. Sheridan
Bib ID 28239
Format BookBook
Author
Sheridan, Mary A
 
Description Donald, Vic. : History and Natural History Group of The M.L.A. Society, 1985 
65, [69] leaves : ill., plan, ports. ; 33 cm. 
ISBN 0959044027
Series

Publication (M.L.A. Society (Donald, Vic.). History and Natural History Group) ; no. 13.

Notes

Includes index.

"February 1985'.

Available from The Secretary, M.L.A. Society, History and Natural History Group, P.O. Box 111, Donald, Vic. 3480.

Subjects St. Mary's School (Donald, Vic.) -- History.  |  Primary schools -- Victoria -- Donald -- History.  |  Donald (Vic.) -- History.
Other authors/contributors M.L.A. Society (Donald, Vic.). History and Natural History Group

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