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A memorial of the marine disaster in Port Phillip on Sunday, 2nd April 1899, when Mr. John Clark's yacht, "Queenie", foundered in a storm with seven souls on board
Bib ID 1939269
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Torrance, Joan, 1867-1943
 
Online Versions
Printer (St. Kilda [Vic.] : Printed at the Mercury Office)
Description St. Kilda [Vic. : s.n., 19--] 
[2] p. ; 16 cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

Signed by Joan Torrance.

Also available online https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2454775261 JAFp POETRY A 821 TOR copy

Subjects Queenie (Ship) -- Poetry.  |  Shipwrecks -- Victoria -- Port Phillip Bay -- Poetry.

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