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Lord Hawke's XI at Unley / Bernard Whimpress
Bib ID 866066
Format BookBook
Author
Whimpress, Bernard, 1948-
 
Description Kent Town, S. Aust. : B. Whimpress, 2003 
12 p. : ill., ports. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 095867938X
Notes

Cover title.

Limited edition of 100 copies

Lending copy 64 of 100 copies signed by author

Subjects Cricket matches -- South Australia -- Unley.  |  Cricket -- South Australia -- History.  |  Cricket players -- England.  |  Cricket players -- South Australia.
Available From B. Whimpress: PO Box 403, Kent Town S.A. 5071. 

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