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J.C. Williamson's life-story told in his own words : with valedictory messages from George Tallis
Bib ID 2303477
Format BookBook
Author
Williamson, J. C. (James Cassius), 1845-1913
 
Printer (Sydney : Websdale, Shoosmith)
Description Sydney : N.S.W. Bookstall, 1913 
46 p. : ports. ; 25 cm. 
Notes

"Written and compiled by A.G. Stephens" -- Colophon.

Subjects Williamson, J. C. - (James Cassius), - 1845-1913.  |  Theatrical managers - Australia - Biography.
Other authors/contributors Stephens, A. G. (Alfred George), 1865-1933

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    Np 920 WIL Main Reading Room (Australian Collection)
    JAFp BIO 521 Petherick Reading Room (Australian Rare or Fragile)
    SR N 080 PAM v. 290 no. 5015 Petherick Reading Room (Australian Rare or Fragile)

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