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Ghost who walks can never die : an exhibition of comic strip and other superheroes in Australian art / Newcastle Region Art Gallery
Bib ID 2804277
Format BookBook
Author
Newcastle Region Art Gallery (N.S.W.)
 
Description [Newcastle, N.S.W.] : Newcastle Region Art Gallery, 1977 
21p. : chiefly ill. ; 27cm. 
ISBN 0909115095
Notes

Exhibition held at the Newcastle Region Art Gallery, 1 September-2 October 1977.

Subjects Art galleries. New South Wales. Newcastle. Newcastle Region Art Gallery. Exhibits: Australian visual arts. Special subjects: Mass media. Comic characters. Catalogues.  |  Art, Australian -- Exhibitions.  |  Comic art paraphernalia -- Australia -- Exhibitions.

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