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Henry Edmund (Harry) Holland (1868-1933), Labor leader, was born on 10 June 1868 at Ginninderra, New South Wales, younger son of native-born parents Edward Holland, farmer, and his wife Mary, née Chaplin....

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by Holland, H. E. (Henry Edmund), 1868-1933
[Greymouth, N.Z.] : Printed at the office of the Grey River Argus, [1919]
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by Holland, H. E. (Henry Edmund), 1868-1933
Wellington, New Zealand : Clarte Book Depot , 1927
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by Holland, H. E. (Henry Edmund), 1868-1933
[Greymouth, N.Z.] : Printed at the office of the Grey River Argus Coy., [1920]
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by Holland, H. E. (Henry Edmund), 1868-1933
Wellington, N.Z. : Printed at the office of the Maoriland Worker Printing and Publishing Co., [1918]
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