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Newstead House : Brisbane's oldest home / by L.E. Slaughter
Bib ID 2122381
Format BookBook
Author
Slaughter, Leslie E. (Leslie Edgar)
 
Description Brisbane : Advertising Press, 1955 
20 p. : ill., plan, ports. ; 21 cm. 
Notes

Caption title.

Cover title: Newstead House.

Subjects Wickham, John Clements, 1798-1864 -- Homes and haunts -- Queensland -- Brisbane.  |  Newstead House -- History.
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