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[Dame Quentin Bryce's term as Governor-General] : 2008-2014
Bib ID 6609430
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Printer [Adelaide] : [Printed by Digital Print Australia Pty Ltd]
Description [Canberra] : Office of the Official Secretary to the Governor-General, 2014 
5 volumes (unnumbered pages) : colour illustrations, colour portraits ; 31 x 31 cm (in slip case 32 x 32 x 7.5 cm) 
Summary

A boxed set of five books which provide a narrative of Dame Quentin Bryce's term as Governor General. The books were produced in a limited edition of three copies (personal copy for Dame Quentin Bryce, presented as a farewell gift on 18 March 2014; copy for National Archives and copy for National Library of Australia).

Full contents
  • Constitutional, Commander-in-Chief, ceremonial and commemorative
  • State and official visits overseas
  • Regional, remote and rural Australia
  • Engaging with the Australian community
  • Connecting with world leaders.
 
Notes

Concept by: Paul Singer (Manager Strategic Program and Operations, Government House) ; design and layout by: Philip Singer (Sorrento, Victoria).

Subjects Bryce, Quentin, 1942- -- Pictorial works.  |  Governors general -- Australia -- Pictorial works.  |  Politicians -- Australia -- Pictorial works.  |  Australia -- History -- 2001- -- Pictorial works.  |  Australia -- Politics and government, -- 2001- -- Pictorial works.  |  Australian  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Bryce, Quentin, 1942-  |  Singer, Paul, compiler  |  Singer, Philip, designer  |  Australia. Office of the Official Secretary to the Governor-General, issuing body
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2008-2014

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    Call Number: SRq 137
    Status: Available
    Items/Issues Held: SR hbk (Constitutional, Commander-in-Chief, ceremonial and commemorative)
    SR hbk (State and official visits overseas)
    SR hbk (Regional, remote and rural Australia)
    SR hbk (Engaging with the Australian community)
    SR hbk (Connecting with world leaders)
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    SRq 137
    Copy: SR hbk (Constitutional, Commander-in-Chief, ceremonial and commemorative)
    Special Collections Reading Room
    SRq 137
    Copy: SR hbk (State and official visits overseas)
    Special Collections Reading Room
    SRq 137
    Copy: SR hbk (Regional, remote and rural Australia)
    Special Collections Reading Room
    SRq 137
    Copy: SR hbk (Engaging with the Australian community)
    Special Collections Reading Room
    SRq 137
    Copy: SR hbk (Connecting with world leaders)
    Special Collections Reading Room

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