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The world's great speeches (Don Woodward Collection)

From the Collection of Unions Ballarat 24 Camp Street Ballarat Victoria

Description
Book; 748 pages.

Cover: red background; gold lettering; title on the spine.
Size
21 cm
Object Registration
B0639
Keywords
btlc, ballarat trades hall, ballarat trades and labour council, speeches - various, manning, cardinal, religion, politics and government, social customs, social conditions
Historical information
The book is a series of speeches from the United Kingdom, United States of America and other nations from Pericles to the second world war. It includes a speech by Cardinal Henry Manning on anti-Semitism; Manning's portrait hangs in the Ballarat Trades Hall Council chamber as he was a key player in the London dock strikes in the 1890s.
When Made
1942
Made By
Copeland, Lewis (Maker)
Significance
Religion, politics, social issues.
Inscriptions & Markings
In blank ink: "For a very happy birthday. Aug. 8th 1946"
In blue ink: "D.H. Woodward"
Last updated
9 Oct 2018 at 1:12PM