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The Royal : a castle grand, a purpose noble, The Royal Newcastle Hospital 1817-2005 / Susan Marsden ; assisted by Cynthia Hunter
Bib ID 3509631
Format BookBook
Author
Marsden, Susan, 1952-
 
Description New Lambton, N.S.W. : Hunter New England Area Health Service, 2005 
vi, 250 pages : ill., maps, ports. ; 26 cm. 
ISBN 0646448978
Notes

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. 238-244.

Subjects Royal Newcastle Hospital (N.S.W.) -- History.  |  Hospitals -- New South Wales -- Newcastle -- History.
Other authors/contributors Hunter, Cynthia, 1937-  |  Hunter New England Area Health Service
Also Titled

Royal Newcastle Hospital 1817-2005

Royal : a castle grand, a purpose noble, a history of, The Royal Newcastle Hospital 1817-2005

Available From Locked Bag 1, New Lambton NSW 2305 

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