2008, English, Book edition: Remembering Chinatown : a walking tour of Little Bourke Street in the 1930s and 40s Museum of Chinese Australian History

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Physical Description
  • Book
Published
  • Chinese Museum, 2008
Language
  • English

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Title
  • Remembering Chinatown : a walking tour of Little Bourke Street in the 1930s and 40s
Author
  • Museum of Chinese Australian History
Published
  • Chinese Museum, 2008
Physical Description
  • Book
Part Of
  • VF 039750
  • Royal Historical Society of Victoria Library - Vertical file - Pamphlets
Subjects
Summary
  • A booklet designed to guide those following the walking tour of 12 sites (shown on fold-out map). Notes provide details of each of the sites and a concluding section provides a brief note on Chinatown history and of the leading figures of the area. Photographs (mainly black and white) of buildings, artifacts and people are included. The accompanying audio commentary is shelved at AUD 10.
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Language
  • English
Identifier
  • oai:ehive.com:objects/​777391

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