Union list of theses of the University of New Zealand, 1910-1954.

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Some earlier theses may not be included, in which case either check in individual University Library Catalogues or the Union list (see below). Union List of Higher Degree Theses in New Zealand Libraries ( - ) (ZN5U5 New Zealand Collection Large Books and Education Library).

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