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|Title: ||Australian Veterinary History Record No. 18|
|Issue Date: ||Mar-1997|
|Publisher: ||Australian Veterinary History Special Interest Group of the Australian Veterinary Association (AVHS)|
|Series/Report no.: ||18|
|Description: ||Editor: Mylrea, P.J.
General Information (Front)
Change of name
Annual General Meeting
Index of historical articles: Corrections
Max Henry Memorial Library: Historical Collection
Author: Mylrea, Peter
Title: Mitchell, G. 'Cumberland Disease (the so-called, "New Disease") in Australian sheep. Reports, letters, &c, on the subject.' 1877. Melbourne, Alex Mckinley & Co., Prnters, 61 Queens Street.
Looking back (Notes on the early history of the Veterinary Profession in Western Australia)
Author: Fewster, G.E.
Title: Looking back (Notes on the early history of the Veterinary Profession in Western Australia)
Paper given to the Annual General Meeting of the Western Australian Division of the AVA in 1951.
Further to the 2nd Mobile Veterinary Section and 2nd Veterinary Evacuation Section
Author: King, N.B.
Title: Further to the 2nd Mobile Veterinary Section and 2nd Veterinary Evacuation Section
The early development of veterinary services in Queensland
Author: Woolcock, B.A.Author: Rogers, R.J.
Title: The early development of veterinary services in Queensland
|Rights and Permissions: ||Copyright the Australian Veterinary History Group|
|Type of Work: ||Newsletter|
|Appears in Collections:||Australian Veterinary History Record|
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