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The Ruhr of Australia : a history of the Latrobe Valley : an address to the Society on 19 October, 1955 / by Ian F. McLaren
Bib ID 979229
Format BookBook
Author
McLaren, Ian F. (Ian Francis), 1912-
 
Description 1957 
p. 33-55 : map ; 22 cm. 
Notes

Bibliography: p. 47-51.

Cover title.

Reprinted from The Victorian historical magazine, 108th Issue, June 1957, Vol. 27, no. 4.

Subjects La Trobe River Valley (Vic.) -- History.

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