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Dance people dance / a travelling exhibition of the National Library of Australia
Bib ID 6299336
Format PicturePicture [still image, text, sheet]
Author
Sohl, Marty, 1947- photographer
 
Description Canberra, A.C.T. : National Library of Australia, 1997 
1 poster : black and white ; 60 x 43 cm 
Summary

Advertising a travelling exhibition of the National Library of Australia titled Dance people dance from 25 April to 12 October 1997. Poster depicts a black and white photo of Miranda Coney in Carroboree taken by Marty Sohl.

Notes

Caption title.

Subjects Coney, Miranda -- Posters.  |  National Library of Australia -- Posters.  |  Dance -- Australia -- Posters.  |  Library exhibits -- Australia -- Posters.  |  Posters, Australian.  |  Australia -- Posters.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Facsimile of Sohl, Marty, 1947- Miranda Coney in Carroboree  |  National Library of Australia. Exhibitions. issuing body
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