Western Australian literature

a bibliography
  • 367 Pages
  • 4.92 MB
  • English
Longman Cheshire , Melbourne
Australian literature -- Australia -- Western Australia -- Bibliography., Western Australia -- Bibliogr


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Statementcompiled by Bruce Bennett, John Hay & Susan Ashford.
ContributionsHay, John A., 1942-, Ashford, Susan.
LC ClassificationsZ4438.L5 B46 1981, PR9618.2.W4 B46 1981
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 367 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3523252M
ISBN 100582711169
LC Control Number82107514

The Philatelic Collection of the Western Australian Museum. Hardbound, 12 colour plates,illustrated Pope, B., () $ Western Australia: The Forces, Prisoner of War and Censor Mail.

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