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Legends of the flowers: and other stories / by Joyce & Mem Tagg
Bib ID 2011075
Format BookBook
Author
Tagg, Joyce
 
Description Tasmania : Hobart Horticultural Society, 1998 
vi, 108 p. : col. ill. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 0646360450
Notes

"These flower legends and stories were told by various visitors to The Homestead Tea Gardens, Ridgeway, Tasmania from 1924 to 1960 and are retold in this book" - T.p.

"This printing is limited to 250 numbered copies" NLA's copy is "copy no. 51".

Subjects Flowers -- Folklore.
Other authors/contributors Tagg, Mem  |  Hobart Horticultural Society
Available From Hobart Horticultural Society, c/- The Secretary (Mrs Margaret Bennett, 1 Douglas St, Bellerive Tas 7018 

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