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Top of the bill; the story of the London Palladium
Bib ID 108527
Format BookBook
Author
Bevan, Ian (Ian Archibald Winchcombe)
 
Description London, F. Muller [1952] 
245 p. illus., ports. 23 cm. 
Notes

Library's copy located at Yy 792.70942 B571 carries a note (dated Aug. 1952) to Winifred Atwell signed by Val Parnell, Managing Director of the London Palladium and four other members of the Palladium staff.

Subjects London Palladium.

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