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Hocken Library art exhibition, Festival Week, Dunedin, 1959
Bib ID 2280103
Format BookBook
Author
Dunedin, New Zealand. University of Otago. Library. Hocken collection
 
Description Dunedin : University of Otago, 1959 
11 p. ; 23 cm. 
Notes

"The nucleus of the collection was presented ... by Thomas Morland Hocken ... in March 1910."

Subjects Art -- New Zealand -- Exhibitions.  |  New Zealand -- Pictorial works.
Other authors/contributors Hocken, T. M. (Thomas Morland), 1836-1910
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