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Marie Olive Reay (1922 in Maitland, NSW – 2004 in Booragul, NSW) was an Australian anthropologist, known particularly for work in the New Guinea Highlands.

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Port Moresby : Institute of Papua New Guinea Studies, 1975
by Reay, Marie, 1922-2004
Carlton : Melbourne University Press on behalf of The Australian National University, 1959
by Read, Kenneth E., 1917-1995
[between 1949 and 1999]
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