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Canary No. 06 February 1973 Part 1 (Pages 1 to 10)
Title : Canary No. 06 February 1973 Part 1 (Pages 1 to 10) Canary No. 06 February 1973 Part 1 (Pages 1 to 10) View More Images
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Place Of Creation : Adelaide
Publisher : Campaign Against Moral Persecution S.A. Branch
Date of creation : 1973
Additional Creator : Campaign Against Moral Persecution (Australia). South Australian Branch
Format : Magazine
Dimensions : 227 mm x 290 mm
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Volume 1 Number 6 was published in February 1973.

Number 6 comprises 16 pages.

This issue devotes 4 pages to an ongoing debate between co-editor of Canary Jon Ruwoldt and editor of Camp Ink John Ware regarding the relationship between Camp Ink and the state branches of C.A.M.P. Other articles include 'New Zealand Scene', 'Adelaide is getting gayer', plans for an Anglican seminar on homosexuality, plans by the Catholic Group for a gay camp, Lotus Long's regular column, the Good Cooks' Column by Errol (alias Lucette) and Gardening Notes by Kevin Day.

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New Zealand
John Ware
Jon Ruwoldt

Coverage year : 1973
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