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Holy Trinity Church Berrima / [John F.W. Mason]
Bib ID 2853836
Format BookBook
Author
Mason, John F. W
 
Edition Rev. 
Description Sydney : J. Mason, 1969 
16 p. ; 22 cm. 
Notes

First published: 1949.

Subjects Holy Trinity Church (Berrima, N.S.W.) -- History.  |  Church buildings -- New South Wales -- Berrima -- History.  |  Berrima (N.S.W.) -- Churches.
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