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The bastard son
Bib ID 6151653
Format NewspaperNewspaper
Uniform Title Bastard son (Sydney, N.S.W.)
Description Sydney : University of Sydney 
v. ; 57 cm. 
Notes

Description based on: No. 20,083 (May 5, 1971)

Caption title.

Printed by D.L Manuel, 91 Church Road, Doncaster, 3108, for Barndana Pty Ltd. of 822 Lorimer Street, Fishermen's Bend, 3207 for the publisher and distributor, the director of student publications, S.R.C., University of Sydney, 2006.

Life Dates Began in 1848? 
Subjects Australian newspapers -- New South Wales -- Sydney.  |  Sydney (N.S.W.) -- Newspapers.  |  Australian
Place Australia New South Wales Sydney

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