Sydney, The Union, 1946. Inscribed and signed by Joseph Archibald Cranwell (1889-1965), then Chairman of the A.E.U. (see pp 3-4 and Index for numerous references, or perhaps the 'Australian Dictionary of Biography').
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London, Houlston and Stoneman, 1855 and 1856.
Black Rock, History Books Australia, 1983 (facsimile edition)/ 1802. Number 38 of 150 numbered copies. A facsimile of the first book printed in Australia.
[Sydney], Government Printer, 1988.
London, Newman, Graham & Co., [circa 1905 (first edition thus)]. Lengthy biographical sketches are accompanied by fine portraits, with many of the latter by Elliott & Fry. Other photographers noted include Messrs. Bassano, C.E. Fry & Son, Langfier Limited, Russell & Sons, Lafayette Limited, and A.C. Hoskins. The contents of.....
Canberra, Commenwealth Parliamentary Library, 1968.
Adelaide, D.J. Woolman, Government Printer, 1981. Not stated as such, but from the estate of Sir Walter Crocker. The Reading of the Lesson was given by the Right Honourable Malcolm Fraser, then Prime Minister of Australia.
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, 1985.
Sydney, Union of Postal Clerks and Telegraphists, 1980.
London, Peter Davies, 1967 (first edition). Presentation copy inscribed, dated (12 April 1969) and signed by the author to Sir Alexander Russell Downer KBE (1910-1981). The author was the son of three-times British Prime Minister Alec Baldwin; overage at 35, he enlisted in the RAF as the pseudonymous Aircraftman Webland...
Carlton South, Melbourne University Press, 2002.
New York, John Wiley and Sons, 1897 (first edition, first thousand). With the ownership signature of Edward William Hawker (1850-1940), South Australian barrister, grazier, politician and metallurgist. Hawker was 'the first president of the South Australian branch of the Australian Natives' Association in 1888; a member of the Public Library...
Edinburgh, [The Author], 1786.
Sydney, Judd Publishing, [circa 1920]/ 1897.
St Leonards, Allen and Unwin, 1999. "... how the aspirations of Australian Aboriginals are expressed through a political system designed, first and foremost, for the white majority..."
Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 2005.
London, Verso, 2007 [first paperback edition]/ 2005 [first English edition].
London, Gay and Bird, 1906. Interesting family provenance; the first inscription reads; 'Eric, with my Love, September 1st, 1922, Sonia, Medindie'. The second inscription appears to be in the same hand, but at two different times: it begins at the top of the front flyleaf '(Mrs Borrow)', and continues beneath...
Melbourne, National Publicity Bureau [Commonwealth of Australia], 1928. 'Reprinted from Hansard'.
London, 'Daily Telegraph', 1937. The High Commissioners are: The Honourable Vincent Massey, Canada; The Right Honourable Stanley Bruce, Commonwealth of Australia; W.J. Jordan, New Zealand; C.T. Te Water, Union of South Africa; J.W. Dulanty, Irish Free State; and Sir Firoz Khan Noon, India. The Ambassadors are: Dr Paul Regis de.....
Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1929. The Rede Lecture, 1929, delivered by novelist and MP John Buchan, 1st Baron Tweedsmuir.
Canberra, National Library of Australia, 1968 [first edition]. Presentation copy. Inscribed 'to recall many happy associations', dated (December 1969) and signed by Harold Leslie White, then National Librarian and Executive Officer, to Sir Alexander Russell Downer (though not stated as such). With numerous illustrations, many in colour.
Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1963. Oxford Monographs on Social Anthropology.
Melbourne, Ramsay, Ware [for the Author], 1943. 'The income of the ordinary man has not increased at a corresponding rate so that a complete medical service is available now only to the rich as a luxury and to the poor as a charity' ... By the author of the 1964...