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Under the hook : Melbourne waterside workers remember working lives and class war, 1900-1980 / Wendy Lowenstein & Tom Hills
Bib ID 218626
Format BookBook
Author
Lowenstein, Wendy, 1927-2006
 
Description Prahran, Vic. : Melbourne Bookworkers in association with the Australian Society for the Study of Labour History, 1982 
192 p. : ill., ports. ; 28 cm. 
ISBN 095934540X
095862240X
Notes

Includes indexes.

Bibliography: p. 189.

Subjects Waterside workers. Melbourne, 1900-1980. Personal observations.  |  Stevedores -- Victoria -- Melbourne -- History.  |  Working class -- Victoria -- Melbourne -- History.  |  Labor unions -- Victoria -- Melbourne -- History.
Other authors/contributors Hills, Tom, 1904-  |  Australian Society for the Study of Labour History

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