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[Anzacs and Anzac Day 1950 - 1959 : programs and invitations ephemera material collected by the National Library of Australia]
Bib ID 3803168
Format BookBook
Description folders of miscellaneous pieces. 
Series

Australian ephemera collection (Programs and invitations)

Summary

Material in the Programs and invitations ephemera collection includes invitations to official events, dinner invitations honouring visiting dignitaries, dance cards, award presentations, openings, commemorative and sporting programs. Some programs and invitations may also include menus.

Incomplete contents Includes programs from Anzac Day commemoration services. 
Subjects Australia. Army. Australian and New Zealand Army Corps -- Miscellanea.  |  Anzac Day -- Anniversaries, etc. -- Miscellanea.  |  Printed ephemera -- Australia.  |  Invitation cards -- Australia.  |  Programs -- Australia.  |  Australian.
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