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The history of Botany 1788-1970, by Frederick A. Larcombe
Bib ID 518803
Format BookBook
Author
Larcombe, F. A. (Frederick Arthur), -1980
 
Edition Rev. 2nd ed. 
Description Botany, N.S.W., Council of the Municipality of Botany, 1970 
xviii, 237 p., [60] p. of plates : illus., ports. ; 26 cm. 
ISBN 0950093602
Notes

At head of title: Captain Cook Bicentenary 1770-1970.

Bibliography: p. vii.

Subjects Botany (N.S.W. : Municipality). Council -- History.  |  Botany (N.S.W.) -- History.

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