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Polluted, says Premier
Title : Polluted, says Premier Polluted, says Premier
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Source : Advertiser, 5 May 1970, p. 1
Place Of Creation : Adelaide
Publisher : News Corporation
Date of creation : 1970
Format : Newspaper
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Description :
Photograph taken on 4 May 1970 showing Professor Brian Medlin sorting Vietnam moratorium literature on the steps of South Australian Parliament. With him are Mr G. Oakden, Mr D. Scougall and R. Heitmann. 'Pollution,' was how Premier Steele Hall described the paraphernalia on the steps of Parliament House, as Vietnam moratorium demonstrators displayed their banners.
Related names :

Hall, Steele, 1928--
Heitmann, R
Medlin, Brian, 1927- 2004
Oakden, G
Scougall, D

Period : 1946-1979



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