A collection of vintage newspapers and theatre programs together with two vintage photo albums (AF), including 1932 and 1945 editions of the Sydney Morning Herald and the University sports papers of Oxford and Cambridge. Inscribed to front of one photo alb
Newspapers/Magazines: c1853-69 collection, noted World War II including 30 Sept.1938 'Peace in Our Time';4 Sept.1939 declaration of World War II;7 June 1944 D Day Landings;11 Aug.1945 Japan Surrender Offer;plus 1853 Sydney Morning Herald;1969 Moonlanding;1
Boer War: Newspaper 'E.R.I. De Zoutpansberg Wachter. The Only English Edition', Pietersburg, Transvaal, Thursday 11 April 1901, with notice that all inhabitants of Pietersburg will be removed to Pretoria, and mentions loss of Lieut.Walter of the Tasmanians
Bound Volume of 'The Illustrated Sydney News' 19th January 1884 to 19th December 1885. Covers the whole of the war in the Sudan with special emphasis on the NSW Contingent's raising, departure and return. Thousands of illustrations. Spine worn otherwise in
Scrapbook containing numerous Sydney newspaper clippings in respect of the war in the Sudan of the period 1884-1885. The raising, departure and return of the NSW Contingent to the Sudan being particularly well covered.
1880-1900 Australian Federation: Collection including 1899 'Federation Yes!' ribbon (illustrated in Wikipedia); 1899-1900 two House of Commons Bills bound as a book - 'A Bill to Constitute the Commonwealth of Australia' & 'A Bill [As Amended in Committee]
First Melbourne Cup: 'The Argus' newspapers (3) for Thursday Oct.31 1861, Friday Nov.1 1861 & Saturday Nov.2 1861, the first including the acceptances for the first Melbourne Cup, including 'Mr.De Mestre's b h Archer, 5 yrs, 9st. 7 lb.', and the full progr
The Argus: Emergency single page edition 2am November 4th 1923 'Riots in the City. Unprecedented scenes. Window-Smashing & Looting. Appeal By the Ministry'. A fascinating glimpse into the the Melbourne riots that followed as a result of a Victorian police
'The News Letter of Australasia' Melbourne, June 1858; the 4 pages of news, including news of political developments, news from the goldfields, commerce and industry ('Kyneton, an agricultural town about 50 miles from Melbourne, is now lighted up with gas,
'The News Letter of Australasia or Narrative of Events; A Letter to Send to Friends. No.XVII - November 1857' cover sheet and the complete 4 page newsletter, printed & published by George Slater, Melbourne; depicts 'An Australian Sunset, from a painting by
Books 'The Argus', 4 hard bound Editions for the full year 1888, the year 1888 obviously an historic one for Australia, as it marked the 1st Centenary of European Settlement in Australia, and it was the Jubilee of Queen Victoria, and as such the amount of
Illustrated London News: Saturday May 22, 1852 Article 'Gold Fever in California and Australia' and illustrations 'First Escort of Gold'; 'Gold Commissioners Issuing Licences and Weighing the Gold-Dust'; 'Gold in Australia, the Ballarat Diggings'
A collection of American Newspaper Announcing the Assassination of President Lincoln with various other printed material, including early American printed advertisements, stamps and Australian paper currency, 32-72 cm
Newspapers, Etc, including 'The Sydney Morning Herald' Nov. 1843, 'The mercury' Hobart Jan 1890 x 5 & July/Nov. 1893 x 5, 'The Times' London 1858, 1866 & 1882, 'The girl's Own paper' Oct/Nov 1884, 'The boy's Own paper' Oct/Dec. 1887 plus 1930's political a
1866, the Australian News for home Readers. Two issues, June and September. Published by 'The Age.' Many engravings including full page of Yarra Flats and Ballaarat industrial exhibition. 16 pages each. 44.5 x 29 cm
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