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Facts and fancies about our "Son of the woods", Henry Clarence Kendall and his poetry : descriptive of the sights and sounds of Australia's mountains, shores and woodlands, a home of many dreams, Henry C. Kendall as Australia's patriot bard" a singer of the dawn.

Author: Agnes Maria Melville Hamilton-Grey
Publisher: Sydney : J. Sands, 1920.
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Hamilton-Grey, Agnes Maria Melville.
Facts and fancies about our "Son of the woods", Henry Clarence Kendall and his poetry.
Sydney : J. Sands, 1920
(OCoLC)647374488
Named Person: Henry Clarence Kendall
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Agnes Maria Melville Hamilton-Grey
OCLC Number: 13319690
Description: 122, [4] pages

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