[csaa-forum] Calling media historians: 1940s, Tasmanian popular culture ...
samantha at samanthacarroll.com
Fri Jul 16 19:37:18 CST 2010
I've been using Trove lately for this sort of research - http://trove.nla.gov.au/result?q=Australian+Journal
I'm not sure it'll find exactly what you're looking for, but it's fully sick.
On 15/07/2010, at 10:47 PM, Lelia GREEN wrote:
> A 75 year old friend of a friend is starting to relive his misspent youth and has asked how he could find out the details of a wartime magazine serial that he recalls reading in Tasmania pre-1945.
> He thinks the magazine was called Australian Journal but his local library has never heard of it.
> Notwthstanding the 'Australian' angle, the serial was set in a farming community in Canada. I've done a Google search with no luck :)
> Does this ring bells with anyone, please?
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