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A Neilson collection : an annotated catalogue of first editions, inscribed copies, letters, manuscripts and association items / collected and collated by Harry F. Chaplin
Bib ID 2266743
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Chaplin, Harry F. editor
 
Description Sydney : Wentworth Books, 1964 
76 pages : portrait ; 26 cm 
Series

Studies in Australian bibliography ; no. 13

Notes

Limited edition of 250 copies, numbered and signed by the author; 200 are for sale.

Library's SR copy is no. 28/250 and inscribed "For The National Libary of Australia, H. Chaplin 18.4.64".

Subjects Neilson, John Shaw, - 1872-1942 - Bibliography.  |  Poets, Australian - Archives - Catalogs.  |  Australia - In literature - Bibliography - Catalogs.  |  Australian

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