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The old bus / by Sir Charles Kingsford-Smith; with an introduction by Sir Philip Game
Bib ID 2042237
Format BookBook
Author
Kingsford-Smith, Charles, 1897-1935
 
Printer (Caulfield, Vic. : Edgar H. Baillie)
Description Melbourne : Herald Press, 1932 
224 p., [13] leaves of plates : ill., maps, ports. ; 19 cm. 
Notes

Maps on lining papers.

Library's Whelan copy inscribed and signed by the author.

Subjects Southern Cross (Airplane)  |  Airplanes -- Australia.

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