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Kira Bousloff : founder of the West Australian Ballet / Michelle Potter
Bib ID 3031669
Format BookBook
Author
Potter, Michelle, 1944-
 
Description Parkville [Vic.] : Dept. of Germanic Studies and Russian, University of Melbourne, 1991 
30 p., [4] p. of plates : ill., ports. ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 0732503205
Series

Russians in Australia ; no. 14

Subjects Bousloff, Kira, - 1914-  |  West Australian Ballet Company - History.  |  Ballerinas - Australia - Biography.
Other authors/contributors University of Melbourne. Department of Germanic Studies and Russian

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