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The Little Black Princess of the Never-Never by  Mrs. Aeneas Gunn - Hardcover - Later Edition - 1952 - from Recycled Records and Books and

The Little Black Princess of the Never-Never

by Gunn, Mrs. Aeneas

Condition: Good Plus/No Dust Jacket

Melbourne, Australia: Robertson & Mullens Ltd., 1952 107pp. By the author of "We of the Never-Never." Numerous b/w photographs.Former owner inscription on front endpaper in pencil. Endpapers have light foxing. Two tape ghosts at top tip of rear board. Spine head has a small tear at both edges. Spine ends are bumped. Tips and spine ends are rubbed. Lower edges are rubbed. Page edges have light toning. Boards have light soiling. Lower edge and foredge of the front board have darkened. Text is clean and unmarked.. Later Edition. Hard Cover. Good Plus/No Dust Jacket.


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