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Treasured island : 175 years of growing up in Guildford / Laura Peden Nolan
Bib ID 4403904
Format BookBook
Author
Nolan, Laura Peden
 
Description Guildford, W.A. : Guildford Primary School Parents and Citizens' Association and National Trust of Australia (WA), 2008 
320 p. : ill., ports. 21 x 30 cm. 
ISBN 9780646496887
Summary

"The 175-year history of Guildford Primary School (the oldest, continuing school in Western Australia); childhood experiences in Guildford; the development of Guildford and its place in Western Australian history; and the development of education in Western Australia"--Provided by publisher.

Notes

Includes index.

Bibliography: p.296 - 303.

Subjects Guildford Primary School -- History.  |  Primary schools -- Western Australia -- Guildford -- History.  |  Education -- Western Australia -- History.
Other authors/contributors Guildford Primary School. Parents and Citizens Association  |  National Trust of Australia (W.A.)
Available From Guildford Primary School, Cnr Johnson and Helena St, Guildford WA 6055 

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