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Portrait of Norman Bartlett, ca. 1945 [picture]
Bib ID 2824785
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
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Description ca. 1945 
1 negative : b&w ; 10 x 6.5 cm. 
Biography/History

Norman Bartlett worked for several newspapers in Perth and Sydney. During WWII he was an intelligence officer and public relations correspondent. After the war he was press attache in several Australian embassies in Asia.

Notes

Title from caption on compactus card.

Inscriptions: "PL146/­23"--On negative.

"Bartlett, Norman, b. 1908, Arts graduate at W.A. University. Press Attache at Aust. Legation in Bangkok" --Compactus card.

Condition: Fair.

Subjects Bartlett, Norman, - 1908-1992 - Portraits.  |  Press secretaries - Australia - Portraits.  |  Journalists - Australia - Portraits.
Occupation Journalists.

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