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In memoriam, the Victorian way of death : Flinders University of Art Museum, 7th August-3rd September 1985
Bib ID 1679561
Format BookBook
Author
Nicol, Robert
 
Description [Bedford Park, S. Aust.] : Flinders University of S.A., 1985 
20 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 072580291X
Notes

Cover title.

Written by Robert Nicol.

Subjects Funeral rites and ceremonies -- South Australia -- History.  |  Cemeteries -- South Australia -- History.
Other authors/contributors Flinders University of South Australia

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