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Front cover: Gough Whitlam surrounded by journalists in the wake of Cyclone Tracy, Darwin, 1974. NAA: A6180, 31/12/74/65
Back cover: Gough and Margaret Whitlam in the grounds of The Lodge, Canberra, 1973. NAA: A8746, KN24/9/73/7
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