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Pan tao Ba xian hui. Lao shou xiang = Pang tao (Flat peaches), Eidht [i.e. Eight] Fairies Festival
蟠桃八仙會. 老壽星 = Pang tao (Flat peaches), Eidht [i.e.Eight] Fairies Festival
Bib ID 2442894
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
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Description [China : s.n., between 1900 and 1950?] 
1 v. (11 folded leaves) : col. ill. ; 22 cm. 
Notes

Part title from first page of the book.

"A festival held on the 3d [i.e. 3rd] of the 3d [i.e. 3rd] lunar month in honor of the Goddess Hsi Wang mu".

Wooden boards with Chinese figure for title intaglioed on front.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-32284213

In Chinese and English.

Donated by Mrs Copeland

Subjects Fairy tales -- China.  |  Folklore -- China.
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Pang tao (Flat peaches), Eight fairies festival

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