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Louise Schwartzkoff reports on plans for a 2010 Mary Poppins Festival in Bowral and for the possible commissioning of a P. L. Travers statue based on the unrealised 1966 design of British sculptor Sean Crampton.

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    y separately published work icon The Sydney Morning Herald 22-23 August 2009 Z1617178 2009 newspaper issue 2009 pg. 21
    Note: port. (Melissa McShane and Paul McShane)
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21 A Magical Nanny Goes Home to Bowralsmall AustLit logo The Sydney Morning Herald
  • Bowral, Mittagong - Bowral area, Southern Highlands - Southern Tablelands, Southeastern NSW, New South Wales,
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