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On March 13 1975 Australian Council for the Arts changed its name to Australia Council. Publications by these bodies are entered under the name used at the time of publication

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by Bropho, Robert
Chippendale [N.S.W.] : Alternative Publishing Co-operative with the assistance of the Aboriginal Arts Board, Australia Council, 1980
 
 
by Australia Council
North Sydney, NSW : Published for the Aboriginal Arts Board by the Arts Information Program of the Australia Council, [1978?]
 
 
by Congoo, Bill, 1929-
Townsville, Qld. : Townsville Cultural Association in conjunction with the Aboriginal Arts Board, Australia Council and the North Queensland Black Publishing Company, 1981
 
 
by Djabibba, Lena
Maningrida, N.T. : Maningrida Literature Production Centre, 1987 printing
 
 
by Garrnyita, Margaret
[Maningrida, N.T.] : Maningrida Literature Production Centre, 1987 printing
 
 
by Stevens, Thomas Tjapangati
[Alice Springs, Northern Territory] : Papunya Literature Production Centre, June 1984 , ©1984
BookBook [text, still image, volume]
 
 
by Nelson, Dennis (Dennis Tjakamarra)
[Alice Springs, Northern Territory] : Papunya Literature Production Centre, September 1985 , ©1985
BookBook [text, still image, volume]
 
 
by Djabibba, Lena
Maningrida, N.T. : Maningrida Literature Production Centre, 1987 printing
 
 
 
by Cooper, Jill
Berrimah, N.T. : Summer Institute of Linguistics, [1988]
 
 
[Sydney] : Community Cultural Development Unit and the Aboriginal Art Board of the Australian Council, 1989
 
 
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