2 edition of present and future of Australian universities found in the catalog.
present and future of Australian universities
John Dudley Gibbs Medley
by Pub. for the University of Queensland by Melbourne university press in association with Oxford university press in Melbourne, London
|Statement||by J. D. G. Medley.|
|Series||The John Murtagh Macrossan memorial lectures for 1945|
|LC Classifications||LA2108 .M4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||45|
|LC Control Number||47000435|
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