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(Source: Graeme Flanagan, The Vintage Australian Paperback Guide, pp. 3-44)
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(Source: Graeme Flanagan, The Vintage Australian Paperback Guide, pp. 44-103)
Sydney offices have included Hunter Street, Sydney; Horwitz House, Sussex Street (CBD); Denison St, North Sydney; Prudential Building, Martin Plaza (CBD); and 55 Chandos Street, St Leonards.
Melbourne offices included Lonsdale St.
International offices included Farrington St, London (England); Union House (Hong Kong).