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Ladies high tea [picture]
Bib ID 5971133
Format PicturePicture
Description [Townsville, Qld.] : Dancenorth, 2009 
1 poster : col. ; 30 x 42 cm. 
Summary

Poster advertising the fashion show and high tea mothers day (Sunday 10 May) 2009 at Dancenorth. Poster artwork features a floral gold and white pattern on black or white.

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Caption title.

www.dancenorth.com.au

Subjects Dancenorth Australia - Posters.  |  Mothers day - Queensland - Posters.  |  Fashion - Queensland - Townsville - Posters.  |  Advertising - Fashion - Queensland - Townsville - Posters.  |  Posters, Australian.  |  Australia - Posters.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Dancenorth Australia
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