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The Women's --- : a social history to mark the 100th anniversary of the Royal Women's Hospital, Melbourne 1856-1956 / by C.E. Sayers
Bib ID 974659
Format BookBook
Author
Sayers, C. E. (Charles Edward)
 
Description [Melbourne : The Hospital?, 1956] 
viii, 170 p. : ill., ports. ; 22 cm. 
Notes

Cover title: The Women's ---, a century of service.

Subjects Royal Women's Hospital (Melbourne, Vic.) -- History.  |  Hospitals -- Victoria -- Melbourne -- History.
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Women's ---, a century of service

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