A federation garner [manuscript] : [newspaper cuttings, pamphlets, Parliamentary bills, pictures, invitations, souvenirs and other ephemera relating to the federation movement and the Commonwealth celebrations, Sydney, Melbourne, 1901]. 1891-1907.

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Bertie, Charles H. (Charles Henry), 1875-1952. A federation garner [manuscript] : [newspaper cuttings, pamphlets, Parliamentary bills, pictures, invitations, souvenirs and other ephemera relating to the federation movement and the Commonwealth celebrations, Sydney, Melbourne, 1901].

A federation garner [manuscript] : [newspaper cuttings, pamphlets, Parliamentary bills, pictures, invitations, souvenirs and other ephemera relating to the federation movement and the Commonwealth celebrations, Sydney, Melbourne, 1901]. 1891-1907.

A scrapbook probably compiled by Charles Henry Bertie concentrating on the federation movement and the Commonwealth celebrations in Sydney, 1901. Much of it is primary source material, some of which belonged to Edmund Barton.

1 v. : ill. ; 39 cm.

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