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Burnside & Braeside, Kissing Point, dummy rivet scandal [picture] / [John Cosh]
Bib ID 448538
Format PicturePicture
Author
Cosh, John, 1873-1946
 
Description [192-?] 
1 watercolour ; 28 x 36.7 cm. 
Notes

Title from inscription on reverse.

R5499.

Subjects Shipbuilding -- New South Wales -- Parramatta River.  |  Parramatta River (N.S.W.)  |  Picture -- Ship.
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