Fifty years of Penguins

catalogue of an exhibition at Stranmillis College and the University of Ulster at Belfast, October to December 1985 by Debby Shorley

Publisher: Learning Resources Unit, Stranmillis College] in [Belfast?

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Statementcompiled by Debby Shorley and Wesley McCann.
ContributionsMcCann, Wesley., Stranmillis College., University of Ulster. University of Ulster at Belfast.
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Open LibraryOL13977696M

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