Item 293: Tribune negatives including CPA State election meeting at Wynyard Park, and polling booths outside Sydney Town Hall, February 1968

Item 293: Tribune negatives including CPA State election meeting at Wynyard Park, and polling booths...

Date created

February 1968

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Digitised

Contents

34 negatives - 35 mm.

1 negative - 35 mm, panorama

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Call Numbers

ON 161/Item 293

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Record title

Item 293: Tribune negatives including CPA State election meeting at Wynyard Park, and polling booths outside Sydney Town Hall, February 1968

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Full title

Item 293: Tribune negatives including CPA State election meeting at Wynyard Park, and polling booths outside Sydney Town Hall, February 1968

Contents

Includes:

Crowds and journalists at the Commonwealth Industrial Court, Rows 1-2.

Communist Party of Australia State election meeting at Wynyard Park; speakers: M. Salmon, W. Brown, Ron Mariott, Brian Crispin, Coleen Souter. Trade Union Peace Committee meeting at BWIU. Ernie Boatswain c...

Description source

Contents list transcribed from original index held with the collection at ON 161 (Diary Pix Events 1964/1965 with additional notes / compiled by Noel Hazard), with additional information from original negative sleeve and from item in hand.

Conservation note

Negative no. 12 is only 27 mm wide and has blackened right edge.

Date created

February 1968

Reference code

1310011

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