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Call me a cabbie / [by] George F. Trost ; Illustrated by Grant Roberts
Bib ID 1194000
Format BookBook
Author
Trost, George F
 
Description Melbourne : Gold Star Publications, 1972 
160p. ; 18cm. 
ISBN 0726000205
Notes

First published, Sydney: Horwitz, 1966.

Subjects Taxi driving. Sydney. Humorous texts.  |  Taxicabs -- New South Wales -- Sydney -- Humor
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