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Harry Hawker in Australia. Albury Racecourse, Saturday, March 7th : official souvenir programme
Bib ID 525577
Format BookBook
Printer (Sydney : J.C. Stephens Pty. Ltd.)
Description [Sydney : s.n., 1914] 
7 p. : ill., ports.; 29 cm. 
Notes

Part title stamped over: Sydney, Randwick Racecourse, Saturday, Feb. 21, 1914.

Running title: Harry Hawker's biplane.

Subjects Hawker, H. G. (Harry George), 1889-1921.  |  Stunt flying -- Australia.  |  Biplanes.  |  Air pilots -- Australia.
Also Titled

Harry Hawker's biplane

Albury Racecourse, Saturday, March 7th

Sydney, Randwick Racecourse, Saturday, Feb. 21, 1914

Harry Hawker in Australia. Albury Racecourse, Sat. March 7th, 1914 : programme

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