THE JOURNALISTIC JAVALIN: An Illustrated History of 'The Bulletin' - 1880 - 1980 ROLFE, Patricia

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Sydney, Wildcat, 1979. first edition - hard cover in dust jacket. Published to coincide with the centenary of 'The Bulletin', it is the first complete history of the paper, founded on January 31, 1880, by two young journalists, John Haynes and J. F. Archibald. It traces the Bulletin's changes of policies from early radiclism to later conservatism as well as over 500 cartoons depicting every facit of Australian culture and heritage. 255 x 210mm., pp. 12 (prelim.), 315, b/w & duo-tone drawings, biblio., index. H/cover in d.j. Contents - small 'p.o. name' ffep. VG+/VG+

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