|COMMONWEALTH NATIONAL LIBRARY.||1|
|CHAPTER I.—THE PRESENT SITUATION.||6|
|CHAPTER II.—POSSIBLE LINES OF DEVELOPMENT.||8|
|APPENDIX 1. LIST OF THOSE WHO MADE STATEMENTS TO THE COMMITTEE.||18|
|APPENDIX 2. PRIME MINISTER'S COMMITTEE ON THE FUTURE CONTROL AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE NATIONAL LIBRARY.||18|
|APPENDIX 3. REPORT BY THE COMMONWEALTH ARCHIVES COMMITTEE ON FUTURE CONTROL OF THE COMMONWEALTH ARCHIVES SYSTEM.||44|
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