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Silvertails on the hill / by Ken Howsham. The Ledwidge story / by Olive Wilson. Brown's kiosk / by Lesley Newton
Bib ID 115613
Format BookBook
Author
Howsham, Ken
 
Edition 1st ed. 
Description Inverloch, Vic. : Published by Norman R. Deacon for Inverloch Historical Society, 2002 
52 p. : ill. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 1876594144
Notes

Includes index.

Cover title.

Subjects Inverloch (Vic.) -- History.
Other authors/contributors Wilson, Olive. Ledwidge story  |  Newton, Lesley. Brown's kiosk  |  Inverloch Historical Society
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At head of title: Anderson Inlet Inverloch

Silvertails on the hill including the Ledgwidge story and Brown's kiosk

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