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Being there ... for seventyfive years : Port Pirie Central Methodist Mission 1912-1987 / Daphne Killmier
Bib ID 2712551
Format BookBook
Author
Killmier, Daphne
 
Description [Port Pirie, S. Aust. : The Mission, 1987] 
82 p. : ill., ports ; 21 cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

"This history of the Port Pirie Central Mission was written to coincide with the 75th anniversary of the mission"--Preface.

Subjects Port Pirie Central Mission - History.  |  Uniting Church in Australia - Missions - South Australia - Port Pirie.  |  City missions - South Australia - Port Pirie.
Other authors/contributors Port Pirie Central Mission

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