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The Kobe Regatta and Athletic Club, founded 1870 : souvenir booklet issued on the occasion of the opening of the new gymnasium, on November 18th, 1927, the latest milestone in the progress of the club
Bib ID 1202440
Format BookBook
Description Kobe : Kobe Regatta and Athletic Club, 1927 
76 p. : ill. (some folding), ports. ; 22 cm. 
Notes

Library's HSW 3031 copy has explanatory notes written in parts of book and typed/­handwritten notes attached to some pages.

Subjects Kobe Regatta & Athletic Club - History.  |  Sailing - Japan - Kōbe-shi - History.  |  Athletics - Japan - Kōbe-shi - History.
Other authors/contributors Kobe Regatta & Athletic Club

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