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Using the two way radio / prepared by Petronella Wafer ; illustrated by Julie Carter
Bib ID 977736
Format BookBook
Author
Vaarzon-Morel, Petronella
 
Description Alice Springs, N.T. : Institute for Aboriginal Development, c1983 
47 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0949659223
Subjects Radiotelephony. Northern Territory. For Australian Aborigines.  |  Radiotelephone -- Northern Territory.
Other authors/contributors Carter, Julie (Julie Dianne)  |  Institute for Aboriginal Development (Alice Springs, N.T.)

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