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Hurley, Chris (2005). ‘Parallel Provenance (If these are your records, where are your stories?)’ Archives and Manuscripts, 33 (1) 2005 and 33 (2) 2005.

 

Hurley, Chris (2004). ‘What, If Anything, Is Records Management?’ Paper presented at the Records Management Association of Australasia Conference held in Canberra, 12-15 September 2004

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