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Commonwealth electoral maps, proclaimed [microform] / Australian Electoral Office
Bib ID 47615
Format MicroformMicroform, BookBook
Author
Australian Electoral Office
 
Description Canberra : Australian Electoral Office, 1983- 
microfiches < > . : negative, maps ; 11 x 15 cm. + 1 v. (loose-leaf ; 32 cm.) 
Full contents New South Wales - Victoria - Queensland - South Australia - Western Australia; Tasmania; Australian Capital Territory; Northern Territory. 
Notes

Updated with subsequent distributions.

With looseleaf catalogue entitled: Catalogue of Commonwealth electoral maps since Federation at RM mc N 247.

With master index (paper & microfiche copies).

Subjects Election districts -- Australia -- Maps.
Also Titled

Catalogue of Commonwealth electoral maps since Federation

Commonwealth electoral maps

Proclaimed maps


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