"Studio one" presents Franz Molnar's "Riviera". 1950.


Molnár, Ferenc, 1878-1952. "Studio one" presents Franz Molnar's "Riviera".

"Studio one" presents Franz Molnar's "Riviera". 1950.

78 leaves ; 28 cm.

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