RUNNING WITH THE BALL, Football's Foster Father [H C A Harrison],

By: A Mancini and G M Hibbins,

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Lynedoch Publications, Melbourne - first edition ISBN:0731604814, 1987. hardcover, 6½" x 9¾", with dust jacket. Small white-out on ffep (previous owner's name?). VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. (originally published as 'The Story of an Athlete: A Picture of the Past'). The origins of Australian Rules football lies in Victoria with the Melbourne Cricket Club in 1858 and was influenced by the activities of Cambridge University students. Colden Harrison's life and athletic career parallelled the growth of Melbourne from the time he overlanded and went squatting and gold-digging with his family, through his career as a customs officer in the days of the clippers, until his retirement when he rode to Sydney on a bicycle.

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