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History: Australian History
Extract from Editorial,
The Argus, Melbourne, 16 March 1856: National Library of Australia,
Cartoon by G Molnar, 14 January 1983, National Library of Australia.
Photograph by C Fraser, 10 August 1965, Mitchell Library, State Library of NSW. Call number: Australian Photographic Agency – 20363.
A Passage to India by E.M. Forster, reproduced with permission granted by The Provost and Scholars of King’s College, Cambridge and The Society of Authors as the Literary Representative of the Estate of E. M. Forster.
Sixty Lights © Gail Vintage, Random House, 2004, reproduced with permission.
The Death of Napoleon © Simon Leys, Black Inc, 2006, reproduced with permission.
No Sugar by Jack Davis, Currency Press, 1998, reproduced with permission granted by The Estate of Jack Davis and literary representative Curtis Brown of Sydney.
Accidental Death of an Anarchist © Dario Fo, Methuen Drama, an imprint of A&C Black Publishers Ltd, 2005, reproduced with permission.
Hotel Sorrento © Hannie Rayson, Currency Press, 2002, reproduced with permission granted by literary representative HLA Management of Australia.
Wolf Notes by Judith Beveridge, Giramondo, Sydney, 2003, reproduced with permission.
Know your Australian Flag © Kudelka as published in
The Australian, 26 January, 2010, p. 13, reproduced with permission granted by Kudelka.
Australian Citizenship, Our Common Bond, Commonwealth of Australia, 2009, p. 17, Australian Government.
Architectural tower: tomb model, 1st century2nd century earthenware with a low fired green glaze, 144.8 x 38.5 x 38.5 cm, Edward and Goldie Sternberg Chinese Art Purchase Fund 1992. Collection: Art Gallery of New South Wales. Photograph by Ray Woodbury.
Visual Communication and Design
Examples of office equipment designed by Michael Sodeau Partnership. Photograph by Mark Whitfield.