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Felix O'Dowd : some of his experiences during thirty years in Australia as mounted police trooper, military instructor, auctioneer, colliery shipping agent, parliamentary candidate, journalist, lecturer, etc., etc., / as told by himself
Bib ID 952713
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
O'Dowd, Felix
 
Online Versions
Description Newcastle, N.S.W. : Davies & Carrington, 1920 
103 p. ; 22 cm. 
Notes

Library's JAFp BIO 364 copy includes two letters to J.A. Ferguson from E. Flynn of 36, Tyrrell Street, Newcastle (NSW) and dated 21st Oct. 1920, in which E. Flynn says: "Messrs. Davies and Carrington, publishers of my little book "Felix O'Dowd" have forwarded to me your letter ..."

Also available online https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-367804319 JAFp BIO 364 copy

Subjects O'Dowd, Felix.  |  New South Wales -- Biography.

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