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Election Campaign : party platforms

Small album containing single paper gatherings of party platforms. Labor had a decisive win in the 1937 election, one that would see the Nationalist Party (later to become the Liberal Party) in opposition until 1969

Ernest Douglas Pinkard

Election Campaign : press cuttings in re campaigns

Small album containing single paper gatherings of press cuttings in regarding campaigns for the 1937 election. Labor had a decisive win in the 1937 election, one that would see the Nationalist Party (later to become the Liberal Party) in opposition until 1969

Ernest Douglas Pinkard

Election broadsheet

Election broadsheet entitled "Reminiscences which may be useful to John Earle's supporters" Printed by E.H. Newman.

John Earle

Cheer up Australia

One pamphlet entitled "Cheer up Australia" dated 19 July 1922.
Reprint of speech by Senator J. Earle from Parliamentary Debates.

John Earle

Protection

One pamphlet entitled "Protection" dated 13 July 1921.
Speech by the Hon. John Earle reprinted from Parliamentary Debates.

John Earle

Comments on the Perth Labor Conference

One pamphlet entitled "Comments on the Perth Labor Conference" Nov. 1918 by Senator J. Earle,on amendments of Defence Act. Extracts from Mercury

John Earle

The World at War

One pamphlet entitled "The World at War" dated 25-26 Sept. 1918. Reprint from Parliamentary Debates

John Earle

The Great National Crisis

One booklet entitled "Letters and press comments on the actions of the Hon. John Earle in the Great National Crisis, selected from a mass of correspondence by R.D. Lord 13 Feb. 1917. Printed by Stationary Co. Hobart

John Earle

Electoral address

Electoral address: entitled "To the People of Tasmania" from the Daily Post, Hobart, dated 1916

John Earle

Scrap Books

Press cuttings relating to John Earle, including speeches, parliamentary debates and election speeches - chiefly relating to issues of war and conscription. Three scrapbooks made from Legislative Council Journal and Senate Paper volumes.

John Earle

Appointment as Attorney General

Letter Patent on parchment dated 20th October 1909 , appointment of John Earle as Attorney General. Earle led a minority Labor Government as Premier and Attorney-General from April 1914 until the Government’s defeat at the election of April 1916

John Earle