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Historic Hill End / by Barbara Mullins [and] Margaret Martin ; [photographs by] Douglass Baglin
Bib ID 732352
Format BookBook
Author
Mullins, Barbara, 1922-
 
Description Terrey Hills, N.S.W. : Reed, 1976 
35p. : all col.ill. ; 24cm. 
ISBN 058907198X
Subjects New South Wales. Hill End, 1851-1975.  |  Hill End (N.S.W.) -- History.
Other authors/contributors Martin, Margaret, 1949- joint author  |  Baglin, Douglass, 1926-2010 photographer

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