y Hell's Airport and Lasseter's Lost Legacy single work   autobiography  
Issue Details: First known date: 1981... 1981 Hell's Airport and Lasseter's Lost Legacy
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One day, as a small group of men were gathered in the office of union official, John Bailey, they were approached by a Mr. Lasseter seeking assistance to mount an expedition to relocate a gold reef he had allegedly found. Sceptical at first, but then convinced by Lasseter's story, the group, which included Errol Coote, agreed to assist him. Coote details the events that ensued.


  • Editor's note: Companion Book: Lasseter Did Not Lie!

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

    • Hawthorndene, Mitcham area, Adelaide - South / South East, Adelaide, South Australia,: Investigator Press , 1981 .
      Extent: [8]142, [20]p. of platesp.
      Edition info: Third and edited Edition 1981. First and Second Editions 1934.
      Description: illus., map, ports
      • Editor's note: Attention is drawn to the fact that this book was written by Errol Coote nearly 50 years ago....Coote intended to re-edit his own book prior to his death....It has been left to his wife Alison Coote and [friend and business partner] George Stapleton to complete the task for him.
      ISBN: 0858640503
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