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The ALSO gay & lesbian community telephone directory & service guide
Bib ID 98548
Format JournalJournal
Description Melbourne : ALSO Foundation, [1994] 
1 v. ; 15 cm. 
ISSN 1321-0270 
Notes

Title from cover.

Life Dates 4th ed. (1994) 
Later Title

ALSO gay and lesbian community directory 1036-6539

Former Title

Directory (ALSO Foundation : 1990) 1036-6539

Subjects Gays -- Victoria -- Directories.  |  Gays -- Victoria -- Melbourne -- Directories.  |  Lesbians -- Victoria -- Directories.
Other authors/contributors ALSO Foundation
Available From Available from ALSO Foundation, 4th Floor, 247 Flinders Lane, Melbourne VIC 3000 

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    Call Number: N 306.766099451 DIR
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    Items/Issues Held: 4th ed. (1994)
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