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Acacia Ridge High says goodbye : 1971-1997
Bib ID 4651234
Format BookBook
Author
Acacia Ridge State High School
 
Description [Acacia Ridge, Qld.] : Acacia Ridge State High School, 1997 
[32] p. : chiefly ill., port. ; 30 cm. 
Series

Michael Hill Collection of Australian Comics.

Summary

Farewell program includes farewell poem, list of principals, farewell day programme, two comics by Tony Single, information on the time capsule.

Full contents
  • School daze / Tony Single
  • Flight of fancy: an epilogue / by Tony Single.
 
Notes

Cover title.

"Grateful thanks to ex-student artist, Tony Single, for his "comical" interpretation of the Acacia Ridge State High School story"--Colophon.

Subjects Acacia Ridge State High School -- History.  |  High schools -- Queensland -- Acacia Ridge.  |  Australian wit and humor, Pictorial.  |  Comic books, strips, etc. -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Single, Tony

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