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Relief map showing rainfall in proposed buffalo country, Northern Australia, 1945 [picture]
Bib ID 4694206
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Online Versions
Description 1945 
1 photograph : b&w ; 16.9 x 15.7 cm. 
Series

Survey into possibilities of pursuing buffaloes in North Australia for export to liberated Far Eastern countries by Major Granger and Captain Peisley, Northern Australia, May-June 1945.

Notes

Title devised by cataloguer based on inscriptions and acquisition documentation.

Inscriptions: "Relief map & rainfall. All rain is November to April. Note flatness of buffalo country - a swampy saucer"--In ink below image.

In: Survey into possibilities of pursuing buffaloes in North Australia for export to liberated Far Eastern countries by Major Granger and Captain Peisley, Northern Australia, May-June 1945.

Image is a photograph of a map.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-151530320

Source of Acquisition Purchased 2009. 
Subjects United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration.  |  Directorate of Research and Civil Affairs. Land Headquarters.  |  Northern Territory -- Maps.
Other authors/contributors Granger, William, 1916-1983  |  Peisley, H. R., -1984
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500 |aTitle devised by cataloguer based on inscriptions and acquisition documentation.
500 |aInscriptions: "Relief map & rainfall. All rain is November to April. Note flatness of buffalo country - a swampy saucer"--In ink below image.
500 |aIn: Survey into possibilities of pursuing buffaloes in North Australia for export to liberated Far Eastern countries by Major Granger and Captain Peisley, Northern Australia, May-June 1945.
500 |aImage is a photograph of a map.
530 |aAlso available online|uhttp://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-151530320
541 |aPurchased 2009.
610 2 0 |aUnited Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration.
610 0 0 |aDirectorate of Research and Civil Affairs.|bLand Headquarters.
651 0 |aNorthern Territory|vMaps.
700 1 |aGranger, William,|d1916-1983.
700 1 |aPeisley, H. R.,|d-1984.
773 0 8 |iIn collection:|tSurvey into possibilities of pursuing buffaloes in North Australia for export to liberated Far Eastern countries by Major Granger and Captain Peisley, Northern Australia, May-June 1945|w(AuCNL)4604799
830 0 |aSurvey into possibilities of pursuing buffaloes in North Australia for export to liberated Far Eastern countries by Major Granger and Captain Peisley, Northern Australia, May-June 1945.
856 4 1 |zNational Library of Australia digitised item|uhttp://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-151530320|xfulltext
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