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y separately published work icon White Australia, or, The Empty North single work   drama  
Alternative title: White Australia - The White Man's Land, or, For Australia
First known date: 1909 Issue Details: First known date: 1909... 1909 White Australia, or, The Empty North
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      1909 .
      Extent: 80 leavesp.
      Description: Duplicated typescript. Two copies held.
      (Manuscript) assertion
      Note/s:
        • Caption title. At head of title, in mss.: 'White Australia or the Empty North, or The White Man's Land.'
        • With mss. corrections and annotations throughout.
        • Prompt script of the play as staged in Melbourne by William Anderson's company at the King's Theatre in 1909. [Information supplied by Prof. Richard Fotheringham.]

      Holdings

      Held at: University of Queensland University of Queensland Library Fryer Library
      Local Id: H2327
      1909 .
      Extent: 87 leavesp.
      Description: Typescript (photocopy)
      Note/s:
        • Note in pencil on first page by Richard Fotheringham : first performed 27 Feb. 1909, Protestant Hall, Exhibition St., Melbourne.
        • In margins : Australian Archives Accession A1336/2, item 931.

      Holdings

      Held at: University of Queensland University of Queensland Library Fryer Library
      Local Id: H0115
    • Fortitude Valley, Fortitude Valley - New Farm area, Brisbane - North East, Brisbane, Queensland,: Playlab , 2014 .
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      Image courtesy of publisher's website.
      Extent: 109p.
      Note/s:
      • Editor's note: The views expressed in White Australia do not reflect the views held by Playlab, any of its employees or affiliates. Playlab has published this work because it is an important historical record of the attitudes held by many in the Australian community at the time, and it has immediate relevance given the current debate about asylum seekers and immigration in general. 

      ISBN: 9781921390364
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