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Olive Pink - Correspondence

Olive Pink - Correspondence
Papers of Sir Paul Hasluck 1905-1993.
National Library of Australia Manuscript Collection
MS 5274
Date Range
1925 - 1989

1. Curtin constituency correspondence files, 1950-1969. 2. Pamphlets, reports, speeches, leaflets, statements and printed ephemera relating to Australian politics, economics, post War planning and reconstruction, religion, defence and regional security, foreign relations and international affairs, immigration, education, law, the media, public health, geography, aviation and history. 3. Collection of historical source documents on Australian Aboriginal welfare and the Northern Territory, 1945-1963. These include: reports; conference papers; press statements; development plans; Ministerial notes; correspondence with Charles Duguid, Olive Pink and Lionel Rose; and publications on agriculture, animal industries, mining and other subjects. 4. Ten bound volumes of articles, speeches and broadcasts by Hasluck on foreign affairs, the United Nations, politics and government, the Northern Territory, Aboriginal welfare and other subjects, 1925-1989. The speeches include diplomatic, political, Ministerial and Vice-Regal orations and addresses.

40 Boxes (6.1 m)
Partly closed: Boxes 1-17 closed until 2000; box 39 closed until 2010.
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Papers of Sir Paul Hasluck (1905- ), National Library of Australia, 2001, Details

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