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Publisher: Bridgetown, John A. Tillman
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Edition: First edition - A4 paperback, pictorial card covers
ISBN: 0646068490
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Book Description and Condition

Book description and condition

This book has 35 chapters covering: Men and the Mill; it tells the stories of The Beginnings - Single Men's Huts - Road Construction - The Trials and Tribulations of Mill Construction - The Dog - Alex the Feller - Migrants and Conditions - Laughter on the Hill - Bill the Emu - The Felling - Early Years - 1950-53 - Sports Day 1956 - Lyally Donahue

and the Artist - 1957 Employment of Aboriginals - Karri Log to King's Park - Safety - Mill Children - The Dart Contest - Bunning Bros Contribution - Forest Use - The Bushman's Yarn. Wonderful stories leading to Closing Down Day 28th June 1978. 245 x 184mm., pp. 8 (preliminaries), 142, black & white plates and illustrations. A4 paperback, pictorial card covers. Contents, SIGNED by JOHN A. TILLMAN (Best Wishes, John A. Tillman) Title page - no other inscriptions; card covers, no creases. NEAR FINE.

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