Series 336 - ANU Labor Club records

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ANU Labor Club records


  • 1963 - 1967 (Creation)

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0.1 m (1 type 2 box)

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(c. 1963 -)

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The ANU Labor Club is a social and political student club made up of supporters of the Australian Labor Party.

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This file of papers contains draft minutes, motions, correspondence, some financial records, and the newsletter The Crucible (‘a publication for burning issues’). Members contributing articles include Ross Garnaut, Tony Whitlam and Craddock Morton. There are also papers relating to the 1966 Australian Student Labor Federation Conference and various other newsletters such as Spies for Peace, Purge (ANU Arts Society) and the newsletter of the Vietnam Action Committee.


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Prepared by Maggie Shapley on 24 April 2009




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