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Patrick Thomas Findlay Patrick Thomas Findlay i(A46123 works by) (a.k.a. P. T. Findlay; P. T. F.)
Born: Established: 17 Oct 1904 Chiltern, Rutherglen - Chiltern area, North East Victoria, Victoria, ; Died: Ceased: 1976 Melbourne, Victoria,
Gender: Male
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Findlay was a leader in the rural reconstruction campaign in Victoria. He edited the Ouyen Express and Benalla Standard, had work published in the Bulletin, Aussie and Bohemia, and contributed frequently to Catholic publications. Most of Findlay's poetry in the Bulletin was published under his initials P. T. F. He also co-founded and edited Rural Life and was a member of the Bread and Cheese Club.

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