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V. C. Buckley (International) assertion V. C. Buckley i(A144798 works by) (a.k.a. Vivian Charles Buckley; Pat Buckley)
Born: Established: 1901 ;
Gender: Male
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  • The May 1933 issue of The Home contains 'Inaccurate Visitors' (by C. B.), a brief section which refers to V. C. Buckley, as a 'young man' who 'gives us his impressions of a visit to Australia in a book, With a Passport and Two Eyes...To the question "What struck me most about Australia," he replied, "No Sunday newspapers (his knowledge of Sydney was slight), wonderful physique of the people, verandahs, the delicious fruit, artistic flower decorations, popularity of tea as a drink, hospitality of the people, many race meetings, gum trees, millions of sheep and the profound silence of the bush.' (appears in the topical monthly column, 'Contributed Comments')
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