Series: Die Reihe: Archivbilder

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60 Jahre SOS-Kinderdorf : eine Geschichte in Bildern by Eveline Erlsbacher
Alltagsleben in Meidling by Hans Werner Bousska
Ansichten aus Alt-Simmering by Petra Leban
Bad Vöslau. Eine Zeitreise in Bildern (Die Reihe: Archivbilder) by Silke Ebster
Brauchtum im Triestingtal (Die Reihe: Archivbilder) by Roland Peter Herold
Die Bucklige Welt by Elfriede Maria Klepoch
Circus in Wien by Robert Kaldy-Karo
Fotoschätze aus Baden bei Wien (Die Reihe: Archivbilder) by Hildegard Hnatek
Großstadtkinder by Hans Werner Bousska
Innere Stadt by Ernst Grabovszki
Klosterneuburg in historischen Fotos (Die Reihe: Archivbilder) by Helga Maria Wolf
Neubau, Wiens 7. Bezirk (Die Reihe: Archivbilder) by Heinz Jankowsky
Simmering: Wiens 11. Bezirk (Die Reihe: Archivbilder) by Petra Leban
Die Sofiensäle. Eine Wiener Institution (Die Reihe: Archivbilder) by Christoph Römer
St. Pölten: Ein Wandel durch die Zeit (Die Reihe: Archivbilder) by Thomas Karl
Vom Dachstein zur Rax by Fritz Lange
Von Böhmen nach Wien : der Schwarzenbergische Schwemmkanal by Fritz Lange
Von Passau nach Hainburg : eine historische Donaureise by Christian Stadelmann
Von Wien zur Adria. by Fritz Lange
Das Waldviertel (Die Reihe: Archivbilder) by Elfriede Maria Klepoch
Westliches Weinviertel. Geschichte in Bildern (Die Reihe: Archivbilder) by Werner Lamm
Wien - Margareten by Dagmar Spitznagl
Wien 12 - Meidling : ein Bilderbogen by Hans W. Bousska
Wien-Alsergrund (Die Reihe: Archivbilder) by Alfred Wolf
Wien-Brigittenau by Roland Peter Herold
Wien-Döbling. Frühere Verhältnisse (Die Reihe: Archivbilder) by Franz Mazanec
Wien-Favoriten (Die Reihe: Archivbilder) by Harald Eschenlor
Wien-Hietzing (Die Reihe: Archivbilder) by Felix Steinwandtner
Wien-Landstrasse : ein Bilderbogen by Christoph Römer
Wien-Wieden : historische Bezirksbilder by Felix F. Czeipek
Wien-Währing (Die Reihe: Archivbilder) by Helga Maria Wolf
Wiener Märkte by Hans W. Bousska
Der Wiener Prater by Ingeborg Haas
Wiener Strassenleben by Karl Zillinger
Wiener Vergnügungsstätten by Elfriede Faber
Der Wienerwald by Christian Stadelmann
Östliches Weinviertel : Alltag im Dorf (Die Reihe: Archivbilder) by Richard Edl

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