Herrn Professor Dr. Viëtor von seinen Schülern : typescript, 1929 Nov.

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Sior, Marie-Luise, 1904-. Herrn Professor Dr. Viëtor von seinen Schülern : typescript, 1929 Nov.

Herrn Professor Dr. Viëtor von seinen Schülern : typescript, 1929 Nov.

1 v. (278 leaves) : ill. ; 29 cm.

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