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Jul 14, 2013
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The war-time love letters of Ned Flewell-Smith, a Rat of Tobruk. Ned was from Queensland, Australia. Note: The system employed by archive.org incorrectly arranges the pages of a PDF. i.e. spreads do not open as they would in the book. To see the book as it should look, download and save the PDF to your computer and then open it in Adobe Reader.
Topics: Rats of Tobruk, Love Letters, World War 2
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Jul 13, 2013
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The story of Max Burns (who was a tanksinker in Western Queensland in the 1950s) and the township of Julia Creek and surrounding areas. Note: The system employed by archive.org incorrectly arranges the pages of a PDF. i.e. spreads do not open as they would in the book. To see the book as it should look, download and save the PDF to your computer and then open it in Adobe Reader.
Topics: Western Queensland, tanksinking
Folkscanomy: Artwork
Jul 12, 2013
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Stephen Wilson, an self-taught artist in North-West Tasmania, describes the development of his art from his childhood to 2009. Note: The system employed by archive.org incorrectly arranges the pages of a PDF. i.e. spreads do not open as they would in the book. To see the book as it should look, download and save the PDF to your computer and then open it in Adobe Reader.
Topics: Watercolour painting, artist, drawing, sketching
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Sep 26, 2009 Jenny Pearce
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This is the story of Peggy Puckett and Three Hummock Island. Peggy was born and brought up in North West Tasmania. She worked on Three Hummock Island in the 1930s and then in Melbourne during World War 2. She met and married an American Marine in Melbourne, and after the war in 1945, went to America as a war-bride. She lives in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Note: The system employed by archive.org incorrectly arranges the pages of a PDF. i.e. spreads do not open as they would in the book. To see...
Topics: Three Hummock Island, Tasmania, Peggy Puckett, Jenny Pearce