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Item ID903032
Previous System LocationAGS/N257; SRS6041/1/330
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Transfer ID226
Record TypeBatch file, agricultural
Item FormatFiles
DescriptionBacteriological Institute and Stock Experiment Station: General correspondence including re staffing; rsum of conference on means of eradication of Tick Fever, 1907; progress reports of investigations and research work.
Departmental Numbers364/1900 - 4312/1910
Preferred CitationQueensland State Archives Item ID903032, Batch file, agricultural
Start Date Circa 1/1/1900
End Date Circa 31/12/1910
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Series ID: 6041
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Last updated 9 September 2016
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