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Papers of Thomas Walsh and Adela Pankhurst Walsh

Title
Papers of Thomas Walsh and Adela Pankhurst Walsh
Repository
National Library of Australia Manuscript Collection
Reference
MS 2123
Date Range
1905 - 1961
Description

Some photos from this Collection has been digitised at: http://nla.gov.au/nla.ms-ms2123.
Contains typescript articles, addresses and broadcasts by both Walshes on political and social issues significant in Australia's inter-war years such as strike, arbitration, Russia and communism, friendship with Japan and women's rights; papers on the Federated Seamen's Union of Australasia which include Accounts of the NSW Branch, 1912, the General President's Weekly Expenditure Books for 1925 and 1926, a Register of Members for 1929, articles on court cases, minutes of meetings in 1925 and 1929, and papers on the industrial dispute at Innisfail in 1922; a few papers on the Australian Seamen's Union, including a draft constitution and rules; correspondence dating from 1906 containing union and personal letters; roneod and printed items such as The Voice of the People and The People Guild bulletins and International Anti-Communist Entente literature; and photographs relating to the feminist movement in Great Britain.

Quantity
2.13 m
Access
Available for reference. Not for loan.
Finding Aid

Descriptive list (23 p.) available in repository.

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