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The Totems Museum, High Street, Arundel, Sussex : exhibiting the Hooper Collection of primitive art from Africa, the Pacific islands, New Zealand and the Americas / [James T. Hooper]
Bib ID 1873065
Format BookBook
Author
Hooper, James T
 
Description Arundel, Sussex : The Museum, [195-?] 
11 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. 
Series

Rex Nan Kivell Collection ; NK7472

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In box 2 of NK7472 containing approx. 40 published items and entitled : [Miscellaneous pamphlets on Australia and New Zealand / collected by Rex Nan Kivell...]

Rex Nan Kivell Collection NK7472.

Subjects Hooper, James T. - Art collections.  |  Totems Museum.  |  Art, Primitive.
Other authors/contributors Totems Museum

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