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Herb Bakewell interviewed by Rex Burchell [1]
Bib ID 533564
Format AudioAudio [spoken word, audiotape reel]
Author
Bakewell, Herb, interviewee
 
Access Conditions Access to be determined. 
Description approximately 1977 
1 sound tape reel (approximately 90 min.) 
Summary

This interview was possibly a Union meeting. Many topics under discussion.

Notes

Digital master available National Library of Australia

Subjects Bakewell, Herb -- Interviews.  |  Labor union meetings -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Burchell, Rex, interviewer

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