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Note: Produced 19-20 June 1972.
Issue Details: First known date: 1972... 1972 Interview with Alexander Hugh Chisholm, Journalist
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'Mr Chisholm discusses his early interest in nature; his early career in journalism; the Maryborough and Dunolly Advertiser, Victoria; the 1917 conscription riots; Queensland politics; T. H. Ryan; E. G. Theodore; Frank Forde; Lamington National Park; Bernard O'Reilly; E. J. Banfield; the Atrichornis; paradise parrot; Sir Matthew Nathan; Edward, Prince of Wales; Conan Doyle; limitation of fauna for the American Museum of Natural History; Institute of Journalists, Sydney; Lady de Chair; Sir Philip Game; Admiral Evans; Nellie Stewart; Jack Idriess; Dr H. V. Evatt; animals for the British Museum; Sir Hubert Wilkins; Billy Hughes; Artie Fadden as mimic; Lady Gowrie; demise of the Argus; Hitler; John Gould; Sir Keith Murdoch; Duke of Gloucester; the Australian Encyclopedia.' (Source: LibrariesAustralia)

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Form: spoken word
      1972 .
      Description: 1 tape reel (ca. 47 min.)
      • Corrected transcript (typescript, 38 leaves)
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