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Royal Aeronautical Society donates 100 books

15 September 2004

Royal Aeronautical Society donates 100 books to Libraries

More than 100 new books about aviation have been donated to the Christchurch City Libraries by the Royal Aeronautical Society (Canterbury).

The collection of aviation books, ranging from children¡¦s titles to complex technical subjects, will be on display in the Central Library from 27 September to 8 October.

Representatives of the society will officially hand the collection over to Christchurch City Libraries early in October.

- For more information, call Ben Day on 941 7845 „h Please note: We are called Christchurch City Libraries and our city branch is called Central City Library -

- More information about Christchurch City Librarires events and activities can be found at http://library.christchurch.org.nz or by phoning 941 7923


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