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Stepping out : three centuries of shoes / by Louise Mitchell with Lindie Ward ; foreword by June Swann
Bib ID 158691
Format BookBook
Author
Mitchell, Louise, 1961-
 
Description Sydney : Powerhouse Publishing, 1997 
80 p. : ill. (mostly col.) ; 29 cm. 
ISBN 1863170650
Notes

Powerhouse Museum's collection of shoes.

Bibliography: p. 79.

Subjects Shoes -- History -- Exhibitions.  |  Footwear industry -- Australia -- History -- Exhibitions.
Other authors/contributors Ward, Lindie  |  Powerhouse Museum

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