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H.C. Nugget Coombs lecture entitled "Some Aboriginal Australians" in the Herbert Cole Coombs MS 802 collection [sound recording]
Bib ID 1836544
Format AudioAudio [sound recording]
Author
Coombs, H. C. (Herbert Cole), 1906-1997, Speaker
 
Access Conditions Access open for research, personal copies and public use. 
Description 1976 
1 audiocassette (ca. 106 min.) 
Summary

Talks about several Aborigines known personally to him conveying a sense of their character and personality; these are Kate and Ray Wigan (Bardi) from One Arm Point; Vincent Lingiari (Gurindji); Mungarawuy and James Gullarawuy from Yirrkala & David from Ngarraitji outside Maningrida.

Biography/History

Economist; Chairman of the Australian Council for Aboriginal Affairs and Chancellor of A.N.U. 1968-76; Chairman of the Australian Council for the Arts 1968-74 and Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia 1960-68.

Notes

Digital master available National Library of Australia

Related Material Papers of Herbert Cole Coombs; Located at; National Library of Australia Manuscripts MS 802. 
Subjects Aboriginal Australians.  |  Lectures and lecturing -- Australia.
Also Titled

Fifth annual Walter and Eliza Hall Institute Lecture by H.C. Coombs entitled "Some Aboriginal Australians"

Some Aboriginal Australians : Walter and Eliza Hall lecture

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