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The Australasian collection of Mr. Rex Nan Kivell in the National Library of Australia, Canberra / P. Fanning
Bib ID 2566346
Format BookBook
Author
Fanning, Pauline, 1915-2012
 
Description [Australia? : s.n., 1962?] 
p. 139- 142 ; 25 cm. 
Series

Rex Nan Kivell Collection ; NK7472.

Notes

"Reprinted from the Australian library journal, vol. 11, no. 3 July 1962"

Caption title.

In box 1 of NK7472 containing approx. 60 published pieces entitled: [Miscellaneous pamphlets on Australia and New Zealand / collected by Rex Nan Kivell...]

Rex Nan Kivell Collection NK7472.

Subjects National Library of Australia.  |  Rex Nan Kivell Collection.  |  Art -- Collectors and collecting -- Australia.  |  Book collectors -- Australia.

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