Object details

Category
Books
Related period
Interwar (content)
Creator
MUSIC SUNG BY THE IMPERIAL CHOIR AND CHOIRS OF GREATER LONDON FORMING THE CHORUS OF PEACE AND THANKSGIVING 10,000 VOICES EMPIRE DAY, MAY 24TH, 1919 IN HYDE PARK... (Author)
Novello (printers) (Publisher)
Production date
1919
Place made
London
Dimensions

whole: Dimensions: 26cm., Pagination: ca. 46p.

Catalogue number
LBY K. 94 / 108

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