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The story of a microscope told to a boy / by "Gossip" (R. McMillan.)
Bib ID 1989309
Format BookBook
Author
McMillan, R. (Robert), 1848?-1929
 
Description Sydney : William Brooks, 1914 
127 p. : ill ; 18 cm. 
Series

Marcie Muir collection of Australian children's books.

Notes

For children.

Cited In

Muir, M. A bibliography of Australian children's books, 4690

Subjects Microscopes -- Juvenile literature.

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