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Canberra [picture] : Capital of Australia
Bib ID 4968410
Format PicturePicture
Description [Canberra] : Canberra Tourism, [between 1965 and 1990] 
1 poster : col. ill ; 40 x 90 cm. 
Summary

Features a photograph of fifteen hot air balloons over Lake Burley Griffin, with the National Library, Commonwealth Bridge and The Treasury in the background. Image surrounded above and below by wicker-work, like that of a hot air balloon's basket.

Notes

"Photographs by John Baker and Derek Ross".

"'This city will be the seat of learning as well as politics. And it will be the home of art.' Prime Minister Andrew Fisher, 12 March 1913".

Catalogue record generated as part of a batch load.

Subjects Hot air balloons -- Posters.  |  Ballooning -- Australian Capital Territory -- Posters.  |  Travel posters, Australian.  |  Australian Capital Territory -- Description and travel -- Posters.
Other authors/contributors National Capital Planning Authority

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