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What they'll wear to Oakbank
Title : What they'll wear to Oakbank What they'll wear to Oakbank
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Source : News, 12 April 1938, p. 16
Date of creation : 1938
Format : Newspaper
Contributor : State Library catalogue
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Description :

The Oakbank racing carnival is held on just two days of the year - Easter Saturday and Easter Monday. The rural setting enhances the atmosphere of the picnic race.

This newspaper article discusses fashions for Oakbank stating "Oakbank has a style that is a cross between spectator sports and simple picnic clothes".

Related names :

Onkaparinga Racing Club

Coverage year : 1938
Place : Oakbank
Region : Mt Lofty Ranges and Eastern Plain
Further reading :

Bessant, Stewart. Oakbank: over the fallen log, Kent Town, SA: Peacock Publications for Onkaparinga Racing Club, 1983

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