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Issue Details: First known date: 1914... 1914 The Legend of the Black Opal
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    y separately published work icon School Paper : Grades V and VI no. 195 November 1914 Z1647640 1914 periodical issue 1914 pg. 171-173
    Note: Part I for continuation. With three photographs: 'The Mother' from The Picturesque Atlas of Australia, 'Father and Son' photograph lent by the Aborigines Protection Board, Victoria and 'A Mia Mia or Native Hut, Australia: The Natives in the Foreground are Making Fire' (unattributed).
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    y separately published work icon School Paper : Grades V and VI no. 196 December 1914 Z1647642 1914 periodical issue 1914 pg. 188-191
    Note: Part II. With two (unattributed) photographs: 'The Old Medicine Man' and 'A Dilly Bag' and illustration: 'Four Views of a Message Stick' from R. Brough Smyth's The Aborigines of Victoria and photograph: 'Opals' from Wollaston's The Heart of a Child.
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