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Writing in Auckland : a selection over a century / with a brief critical history by J. C. Reid ; An exhibition arranged by the Auckland Public Libraries on the occasion of the Auckland Festival, 1955
Bib ID 994410
Format BookBook
Author
Auckland, New Zealand. Public Library
 
Description Auckland, 1955 
23 p. 
Subjects New Zealand literature -- Bibliography -- Catalogs.  |  New Zealand literature -- Exhibitions.
Other authors/contributors Reid, John Cowie, 1916-
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