4 edition of Johns"s notable Australians and Who is who in Australasia found in the catalog.
Johns"s notable Australians and Who is who in Australasia
|Statement||By Fred Johns.|
|LC Classifications||DU82 .J5 1908|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||366|
|LC Control Number||09015510|
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Johns's notable Australians and Who is who in Australasia; a dictionary of biography containing records of the careers of men and women of distinction in the commonwealth of Australia and the dominion of New Zealand by Johns, FredPages: Johns's notable Australians and Who is who in Australasia; a dictionary of biography containing records of the careers of men and women of distinction in the commonwealth of Australia and the dominion of New Zealand.
Who's Who in Australia - 17th Edition - an Australian Biographical dictionary and Register of Titled Persons, with which is Incorporated Johns's Notable Australians [Joseph A.
Alexander] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The (Fred Johns ) is the first book of its kind to be issued since Federation. It is the forerunner of what became Australian Who's Who - effectively the first edition of ed alphabetically apart from a special section dealing with government of.
First published inJohns's Notable Australians contained nearly 1, entries representing a wide range of endeavours. Subsequent editions were published in,andbefore the book first appeared as Who's Who in Australia in Who's Who in Australia is an Australian biographical dictionary first published by Fred Johns in as Johns's Notable Australians.
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Johns, Fred, Johns's Notable Australians, and Who is Who in Australasia: A Dictionary of Biography Containing Records of the Careers of Men and Women of Distinction in the Commonwealth of Australia and the Dominion of New Zealand, Fred Johns, (Rose Park, Adelaide), About Johns's Notable Australians, About This Collection This collection, a forerunner of what became Australian Who's Who, consists of approximately brief biographical descriptions of notable Australians.
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by permission to his excellency sir w. robinson, k.c.m.g. governor of south australia, with every token of sincere respect for his many virtues. Lists of Australians covers selected notable Australian people organised by awards and honours, occupation, ethnicity, sports and other qualities.
Contents 1 Australians of the Year. Published in by G. Loyau, this is the second of a pair of books containing brief biographies of great South Australian colonialists, written by George E.
Loyau. Two hundred and eighty-seven biographies of founders and pioneers of South Australia are included in this book. Notable Australians. Notable Australians contains biographies of all identities who have been represented on Australia's banknotes, coupled with photographs or paintings of the individuals.
The book is a helpful companion to the Reserve Bank Museum, and the only publication that includes all identities on the banknotes.About Johns's Notable Australians, AU Johns Notable Australians Related data collections. Who's Who in the World, A transcription of the International Who's Who in the World book for New Zealand, Who's Who in New Zealand and the Western Pacific, Amazon Australia.
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