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Australian newspapers

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Brodsky

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Identifier: clels4
Scope and Contents A series of printed articles about Australian journalism and general press, popular culture, and a couple of small biographies on John and Ezra Norton. Titles include: The Sydney Press Gang by Isadore Brodsky; Shameless Scribblers: Australian women’s Journalism, 1880-1995 by Sharyn Pearce; ‘From Empire Day to Cracker Night’ by Stewart Firth and Jeanette Hoorn and ‘Introduction’ by David Walker in Australia Popular Culture, ‘Norton, Ezra’ by Valerie Lawson in The Australian Dictionary of...
Dates: Collection covers ca 1960-2010

John and Ezra Norton (Biographical)

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Identifier: clels4
Scope and Contents Contains the biographies of John and Ezra Norton, along with a printed article of Knightley, Phillip, ‘A Permanent Casualty’, Evatt Foundation; http://evatt.labor.net.au/publications/papers/79.html, which analyses the role of investigative journalism. John Norton’s biographies have been sourced from Wikipedia and along with Ezra Norton’s, the Australian Dictionary of Biography – Online Edition. Both have been actively involved in Australian media, most notable is their work on Truth. The...
Dates: Collection covers ca 1960-2010

Shameless Scribblers

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Identifier: clels4
Scope and Contents

Contains the publication of Pearce, Sharyn, Shameless Scribblers: Australian Women’s Journalism 1880-1995, (Rockhampton: Central Queensland University Press, 1998), along with a page of notes about the publication. The chapters include are ‘The Beginnings: Women and Journalism in the 1880s’, ‘Louisa Lawson and the “Dawn”’ and ‘Propagating the Word: Mary Gilmore and the Women’s Page of the “Worker”’. The subject matter date range of the sections included is c. 1880-1931.

Dates: Collection covers ca 1960-2010

Wild Men of Sydney

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Identifier: clels4
Scope and Contents

Contains a few handwritten notes on Norton [John and/or Ezra], and the publication of Pearl, Cyril, Wild Men of Sydney, (London: W. H. Allen, 1958). Subject matter date range loosely indicated in notes, c. 1884-1945.

Dates: Collection covers ca 1960-2010