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Collection of posters from World Vision of Australia [picture]
Bib ID 3970262
Format PicturePicture
Description Melbourne : World Vision of Australia, [1979 -] 
<8> posters : col. ill. ; 60 x 42 cm. and smaller. 
Full contents
  • World Vision in action
  • Set the children free from hunger
  • Together we can do it, World Vision 40 hour famine.
  • World Vision Educational Resources: 1. Set the children free Guatamala
  • 2. Set the children free India
  • 3. Set the children free ethiopia
  • 4. Set the children free Kenya
  • 5. Set the children free Thailand.
 
Notes

Title supplied by cataloguer.

Includes posters by World Vision Educational Resources Box 399C Melbourne.

Subjects World Vision of Australia -- Posters.  |  Humanitarian assistance, Australian -- Posters.  |  Posters, Australian.  |  Australia -- Posters.
Other authors/contributors World Vision of Australia
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