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Fourteen years : extracts from a private journal, 1925-1939 / Nettie Palmer
Bib ID 2257662
Format BookBook
Author
Palmer, Nettie, 1885-1964
 
Printer (Melbourne : National Press)
Description Melbourne : Meanjin Press, 1948 
250 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. 
Notes

Wood-engravings by Verdon Morcom.

"Five hundred copies of this book have been printed for The Meanjin Press ... "--P. [4]

Library's N copies are no. 218 and 223, N2 copy is no. 340.

Other authors/contributors Morcom, Verdon

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    N 820 PAL Main Reading Room (Australian Collection)
    N2 820 A PAL
    Copy: N2 (hbk)
    Main Reading Room (Australian Collection)
    PAL 820.9 P176 P175f Petherick Reading Room (Australian Rare or Fragile)
    SR 820A PAL Petherick Reading Room (Australian Rare or Fragile)

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