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Slide set: Rambles round the London Zoological Gardens: chapter V -- living submarines (lecture: Houghton-Butcher, 8 slides, 1927)

Descriptive data for this set (listed below slide images)
Slide 33
The Sea-Lion
Slide 34
The Seal
Slide 35
The Otter
Slide 36
The Coypu
Slide 37
The Hippopotamus
Slide 38
The Cormorant
Slide 39
The Penguin
Slide 40
The Turtle
Main type of image
drawing / painting / print
Main usage of set
lecture
Date of first manufacture
1927
Reading or song
Related slide sets

continued from Rambles round the London Zoological Gardens: chapter IV -- builders and miners (lecture: Houghton-Butcher, 8 slides, 1927)

continued by Rambles round the London Zoological Gardens: chapter VI -- stars and stripes (lecture: Houghton-Butcher, 8 slides, 1927)

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Lucerna ID  3000093

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 14 October 2018

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