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    • Title: Hana shishu / [chosha Kawarazaki Kodo]. Classical patterns for dyeing.
      • Author: Kawarazaki, Kodo.
      • Description: 10 v. : col. Ill. ; 31 cm.
      • Citation: Brooklyn Museum Libraries. Special Collections
      • Imprint: Kyoto-shi : Unsodo, Showa 9-13 [1934-1938]
      • Date: 1934-38
      • Call Number: NK8884 K17h
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