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Issue Details: First known date: 1924... 1924 The Lady of 'My Tropic Isle'
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Written on the occasion of Bertha Banfield's leaving Dunk Island after living there for twenty five years. Relates the Banfields' reasons for moving to the island and some of their experiences there, including Edmund Banfield's death.

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  • Illustrated with portrait photograph of Bertha Banfield and a view of Dunk Island.

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  • Dunk Island, Tully area, Cardwell - Tully - Innisfail area, Ingham - Cairns area, Queensland,
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