Kent Town, Wakefield Press, 2009. Inscribed and signed by the author on the title page.
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Adelaide, Rigby, 1979 (first edition). The activities of the Gunbarrel Road Construction Party; the material for this book has been selected from the author's five earlier books. Inscribed on the verso of the half-title to 'Dick (from one desert to another). Best wishes from the author Len Beadell Nov 79'.
Adelaide, Gillingham Printers, 1988 [facsimile edition, first thus]/ 1839. Number 40 of only 300 copies. A facsimile of the first edition, with a new introduction by Rob Linn on the views and life of John Stephens, plus reproductions of the title page and preface of the second edition, also published...
Adelaide, W.K. Thomas & Co., Printers, 1901. Parsons (17 pages), Holtze (5 pages) plus two appendices: Extracts from the Report of the Curator of the Botanic Gardens, Palmerston for 1888 (4 pages) and 1898 (2 pages).
Canberra, Australian Government (Bureau of Meteorology), 2006. Signed by co-author Tony Rogers on the title page. An accompanying interactive DVD is in a plastic sleeve mounted on the verso of the front cover. A 'chronological listing of reported floods (grouped by decade) detected in South Australia' together with 'a number...
[Sydney], University Publishing Service for the author, 2002 (second, corrected and expanded, edition)/ 1998. Presentation copy signed by Wilf Mader (and dated 13 April 2003). "Originally transcribed from tapes for Dad's 90th birthday on 19 March 1998"
Kent Town, Wakefield Press, 2015 (revised edition)/ 2012. Inscribed and signed by the author and the photographer.
Canberra, Australian War Memorial, 1962, 1957, 1962/ 1954 and 1963. Each volume boasts the bookplate of Robert David Lawson, QC, sometime South Australian politician and 45th Attorney-General of South Australia.
Carlton, Melbourne University Press, 1967.
Melbourne, Frank Shanahan, 1996.
[Adelaide], Dalman Productions, 2018. "In the final years of his life, Jan Dalman carefully selected what he felt were the most potent, evocative and expressive photographs hed taken of Marceau from the wings during performances in Australia. His great wish was to have a book published to honour his friend...
Melbourne, Government Printer, 1858. Victorian Parliamentary Paper Number 119 of 1858 (a reprint of South Australian Parliamentary Paper Number 119 of 1858); there has been no subsequent edition. This is an account of Stuart's first independent expedition; he had previously travelled with Sturt's 1844-45 expedition into Central Australia. The party...
Adelaide, Public Library, Museum and Art Gallery of South Australia (and printed by G. Hassell & Son), 1912 and 1918.
London, Edward Arnold, . With the ownership signature of Bessie Hawker.
Melbourne, Hutchinson, 1976. Number 1240 of 1500 copies signed by the author.
[Malvern], Torrens Press, 2016. Number 67 of 1000 sets.