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A New Holland-America line. The queen Wilhelmina lectureship for Dutch literature and history in the United States of America

Author: G Kalff
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified], [1920]
Series: [History, v. 586]
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Kalff, G. (Gerrit), 1856-1923.
New Holland-America line.
[N.p., 1920]
(OCoLC)613013566
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: G Kalff
OCLC Number: 27276692
Language Note: English and Dutch.
Description: 19 pages, 28 cm.
Series Title: [History, v. 586]
Responsibility: by Dr. G. Kalff. Address of Hon. Secretary: (Oosterbeek geld.).

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