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[Collection of broadsides offering rewards for information on crimes] / Premier's Department
Bib ID 597178
Format PicturePicture
Author
New South Wales. Premier's Department
 
Description Sydney : Govt. Printer, 1967-1980 
38 broadsides : 57.8 x 39.3 cm. or smaller. 
Notes

Broadsides offering financial reward for information on murders and missing children, issued by the Premier's Dept., Chief Secretary's Dept., Dept.of Attorney-General and Justice, Dept. of Services, N.S.W. and the Commissioner of Police, Brisbane.

Includes broadside for reward of $100,000 relating to the Hilton Hotel bombing in Sydney, 1978, jointly offered by N.S.W. and Federal Governments.

Subjects Criminals -- New South Wales.  |  Criminals -- Queensland.  |  Broadsides -- Australia.  |  Rewards -- Criminals -- Australia.

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