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Mind of His Own: the Childhood of Hugh Price & Hugh Price Publisher

Hugh Price and Susan Price and Beverly Randell

Published by Steele Roberts 2012 Boxed Set, 2012
/ ISBN 13: 1597538526540
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Title: Mind of His Own: the Childhood of Hugh Price...

Publisher: Steele Roberts 2012 Boxed Set

Publication Date: 2012

Book Condition: Mint

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In A Mind of His Own Hugh Price’s daughter Susan Price — a book person and historian like her father — tells the story of his childhood. For over twenty-five years Susan built up a meticulous archive of memories, jotting down details whenever her father told an anecdote. The result is an engrossing record of a singular NZ childhood. Hugh Price, Publisher is a celebration of the life of a great NZ publisher in speech, memoir and tribute. It includes Hugh’s own story and a timeline of his achievements — as a groundbreaking publisher and a champion of civil liberties. Sold only as a specially priced boxset. Signed. Bookseller Inventory # 1035933

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