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Typescript, photocopy, Valerie Etienne, ‘Out of Curiosity’, paper, Dahl and Geoffrey Collings, Killcare Heights, New South Wales, Australia, 1993

Authored by Etienne, Valerie in Bondi, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1993.

Typescript, photocopy, Valerie Etienne, ‘Out of Curiosity’, paper, Dahl and Geoffrey Collings, Killcare Heights, New South Wales, Australia, 1993

Summary

Object No.

2007/30/1-10/8/2

Object Statement

Typescript, photocopy, Valerie Etienne, 'Out of Curiosity', paper, Dahl and Geoffrey Collings, Killcare Heights, New South Wales, Australia, 1993

Physical Description

Typescript, photocopy, Valerie Etienne, 'Out of Curiosity', paper, Dahl and Geoffrey Collings, Killcare Heights, New South Wales, Australia, 1993

Dimensions

Height

295 mm

Width

210 mm

Cite this Object

Harvard

Typescript, photocopy, Valerie Etienne, 'Out of Curiosity', paper, Dahl and Geoffrey Collings, Killcare Heights, New South Wales, Australia, 1993 2019, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 8 December 2019, <https://ma.as/416634>

Wikipedia

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