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The queen state : a handbook of Queensland / compiled under authority of the government of the state [by D.C. Tilghman]
Bib ID 519506
Format BookBook
Description Brisbane : John Mills Himself, 1933 
352 p. : ill., maps, ports. ; 25 cm. 
Subjects Tourism -- Queensland.  |  Queensland -- Description and travel.  |  Queensland -- Industries.
Other authors/contributors Tilghman, D. C. (Douglas Campbell), -1970

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