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Harold White Fellow, Luke Keogh during his podcast talk at the National Library of Australia, 22 May 2012 [picture] / Greg Power
Bib ID 6187079
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Author
Power, Greg, 1974-
 
Online Access
Description Canberra : National Library of Australia, 2012 
1 photograph : digital, TIFF file, col. 
Series

Power, Greg, 1974-. Portraits of Harold White Fellow, Luke Keogh during his podcast talk at the National Library of Australia, 22 May 2012

Technical Details

Mode of access: Online. 

Notes

Title from acquisitions documentation.

Part of the collection: Portraits of Harold White Fellow, Luke Keogh during his podcast talk at the National Library of Australia, 22 May 2012.

Acquired in digital format; access copy available online.

Harold White Fellow Dr Luke Keogh explores the quiet history of coal seam gas and examines new oral history interviews from the Library's collection that shed light on local community views of the industry.

Source of Acquisition Photographed by a staff member of the National Library of Australia. 
Subjects Keogh, Luke, 1983- -- Portraits.
Other authors/contributors National Library of Australia  |  Power, Greg, 1974-
Terms of Use Copyright held by the National Library of Australia. 
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