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Leslie Clement "Les" Haylen (23 September 1898 – 12 September 1977), also known by the pen-name Sutton Woodfield, was an Australian politician, playwright, novelist and journalist.

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by Haylen, Leslie
Berlin: Seven Seas Publishers (1967)
 
 
by Haylen, Leslie
South Melbourne : Macmillian of Australia, 1969
 
 
by Haylen, Leslie
Sydney : Youth Campaign Against Conscription, [196-?]
 
 
by Haylen, Leslie
[Sydney : Consolidated Press], 1939
 
 
by Haylen, Leslie
Sydney : Frank Johnson, [194-?] , Sydney : President Press
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by Haylen, Leslie
Berlin : Seven Seas, [1967]
 
 
by Haylen, Leslie
Sydney [N.S.W.] : Angus and Robertson, 1940
 
 
 
 
by Haylen, Leslie
Sydney : Macquarie Head Press, 1933
 
 
by Haylen, Leslie
Sydney : Australasian Book Society, 1965
 
 
 
by Haylen, Leslie
Sydney : Angus and Robertson Ltd., 1935
 
 
Strathfield [N.S.W.] : Published by Leslie Haylen, [1950?]
 
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