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Georgie Ah Ling : Donald's friend / Donald History and Natural History Group
Bib ID 4363204
Format BookBook
Printer The Buloke Times
Description Donald, Vic. : Donald History and Natural History Group, 2008 
39 p. : ill., ports. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 1876978368
Subjects Ah Ling, Georgie.  |  Truck farmers -- Victoria -- Donald -- Biography.  |  Truck farming -- Victoria -- Donald -- History.  |  Vegetable gardening -- Victoria -- Donald -- History.  |  Chinese -- Victoria -- Donald -- Biography.  |  Donald Region (Vic.) -- History.
Other authors/contributors M.L.A. Society (Donald, Vic.). History and Natural History Group
Available From Donald History and Natural History Group, PO Box 111, Donald VIC 3480 

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