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Banner Print, Dimboola, 1964. Stapled soft cover, 22 x14cms. Frail, but well preserved- this material is in VERY GOOD condition. This small 'booklet' sets out the early history of the Ebenezer Aboriginal Mission Station, near Dimboola Victoria, which was founded almost a century and a half ago by Lutheran missionaries trained in Germany. Handwritten note below dilapidated limestone church on front reads "The Roof has now caved iin"; and a factual correction on last page. Our copy is '1964 Supplement' of 1959 original. TOGETHER WITH a photographic print from the Jeparit Leader (October20, 1965) of story headed "Plea for Church Preservation". The Mission originally included cottages for missionaries and Aborigines, school, hospital, kitchens, store, latrines and a graveyard. The National Trust once considered it 'an important national historical relic, of major importance, and most worthy of preservation.' A SCARCE ITEM