On Sundays we wore white

by Eileen Elias

Publisher: Thorpe in Anstey

Written in English
Cover of: On Sundays we wore white | Eileen Elias
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Edition Notes

Originally published: London; W.H. Allen, 1978.

StatementEileen Elias.
SeriesUlverscroft large print
The Physical Object
Pagination493p. ;
Number of Pages493
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22083793M
ISBN 100708926924

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