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https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-1445133741

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https://nla.gov.au/nla.cat-vn8058509

APA Citation

Aiston, G.  Three Wangkangurru men of eastern Lake Eyre, South Australia, approximately 1924.

MLA Citation

Aiston, G.  Three Wangkangurru men of eastern Lake Eyre, South Australia, approximately 1924 / George Aiston

Australian/Harvard Citation

Aiston, G.  n.d.,  Three Wangkangurru men of eastern Lake Eyre, South Australia, approximately 1924 / George Aiston

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  | author1=Aiston, G. (George), 1879-1943
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