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[Song Qingling he nian ka]
[宋慶齡賀年卡]
Bib ID 2512854
Format BookBook
Description Shanghai : Shanghai Children's Program of the China Welfare Fund, 1950 
2 items. 
Notes

Greeting cards sent by Song Qingling, to Dr. and Mrs. Copland, and to Miss Copland.

Subjects Song, Qingling, 1893-1981 -- Correspondence.  |  Statesmen -- China -- Correspondence.
宋慶齡, 1893-1981 -- Correspondence.
Other authors/contributors Copland, D. B. (Douglas Berry), 1894-

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    Copy: Dr & Mrs Copland
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    CHRB 951.05092 S698QL
    Copy: Miss Copland
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