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A taste for dynasty / David Haig
Bib ID 4367424
Format BookBook
Author
Haig, David Addison
 
Description Goonellabah, N.S.W. : Dragonwick Publishing, 2008 
458 p. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 9780980493016
Summary

"History of the Stimson family and their connection with railways in NSW from 1870 to 1960."--Provided by publisher.

Subjects Stimson family  |  Railroads -- New South Wales.  |  Railroads -- New South Wales -- Employees -- Biography.
Available From Dragonwick Publishing, PO Box 4210 Goonellabah NSW 2480 

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