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A cathedral in Papua : 1891-1935 ; from palm-leaf chapel to modern cathedral / by E.M. Devitt
Bib ID 2251150
Format BookBook
Author
Devitt, E. M
 
Printer (Sydney : D.S. Ford)
Description Sydney : Australian Board of Missions, 1935 
26 p. : ill., map, ports. ; 22 cm. 
Subjects Church of England -- Missions -- Papua New Guinea.  |  Church architecture -- Papua New Guinea.  |  Papua -- Religion.
Other authors/contributors Australian Board of Missions

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