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The singing gold
Bib ID 2499079
Format BookBook
Author
Cottrell, Dorothy, 1902-1957
 
Description Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1929 
viii, 298p. 
Notes

Library's Whelan copy is inscrbed to "Mrs Mary Gilmore, With much love from her pupil" from the author in California, Dec.22.1928; also inscribed in pencil by M.G. "This is perhaps the first American copy to come to Australia ...", and in ink "Because I so much value it I give this book to my deal Alick Chisholm who with his boyhood's idealism still sees my world - Mary Gilmore 24.3.29"; press clipping 'Sydney in the nineties' by Julian Stuart from The Worker, 1.6.27 pasted inside the back cover.

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