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The People's Friend Annual [year unknown] by Various?
The People's Friend Annual 1951 by People's Friend1951
The People's Friend Annual 1956 by D C Thomson1956
The People's Friend Annual 1960 by D C Thomson1960
The People's Friend Annual 1963 by People's Friend1963
The People's Friend Annual 1970 by Elsie; and others Duncan1970
The People's Friend Annual 19751975
The People's Friend Annual 1978 by Jean et al Melville1978
The People's Friend Annual 1979 by Alice et al Scullion1979
The People's Friend Annual 1986 by People's Friend1986
The People's Friend Annual 19881988
The People's Friend Annual 1989 by Various1989
The People's Friend Annual 19911991
The People's Friend Annual 19931993
The People's Friend Annual 19981998
The People's Friend Annual 2000 by Annuals2000
The People's Friend Annual 2001 by Unknown2001
The People's Friend Annual 2002 by MARGARET MCKINLAY2002
The People's Friend Annual 2003 by D C Thomson & Co2003
The People's Friend Annual 2005 by D C Thomson & Co2005
The People's Friend Annual 2006 by Anonymous2006
The People's Friend Annual 2007 by Anon2007
The People's Friend Annual 2008 by D C Thomson2008
The People's Friend Annual 2009 by D C Thomson2009
The People's Friend Annual 20102010
The People's Friend Annual 2011 by j campbell kerr2011
The People's Friend Annual 20142014

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