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Malcolm Fraser: Guide to Archives of Australia's Prime Ministers


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Malcolm Fraser, 1978

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Malcolm and Tamie Fraser at a political event, c. 1958

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Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser at the Dispatch Boxes during Question Time, Parliament House, Canberra, 1979

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Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser on a visit to the Torres Strait Islands, 1976

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Malcolm Fraser, 1976.

From Chapter 1

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Malcolm, Neville, Una and Lorraine Fraser at Balpool-Nyang station, c. 1943.

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Malcolm Fraser during his time at Oxford, c. 1951.

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Federal election publicity for Malcolm Fraser, 1955.

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Minister for the Army, Malcolm Fraser, takes a close look at a Fifth Battalion Company outpost during his visit to the Australian Task Force in Vietnam, 1966.

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John Gorton's Ministry on the steps of Parliament House, Canberra, with Malcolm Fraser at rear right, c. 1968.

From Chapter 1

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Vietnamese refugees board a plane for Australia, 1979.

From Chapter 1

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Malcolm Fraser at the launch of the Liberal Party’s election campaign at Dallas Brooks Hall, Melbourne, 1975.

From Chapter 1

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Pro and anti-Fraser protesters meet during the federal election campaign, c. 1980.

From Chapter 1

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Galarrwuy Yunupingu with Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser at Jabiru, Northern Territory, 1978.

From Chapter 1

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A Vietnamese migrant family and their hosts at a community function, Canberra, 1980. As part of the refugee resettlement program of the late 1970s, many Vietnamese families were hosted by local church or community groups.

From Chapter 1

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Jimmy Carter, President of the United States, with Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser and Andrew Peacock at the White House, Washington, DC, 1980.

From Chapter 1

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Malcolm Fraser and Secretary General Shridath (‘Sonny’) Ramphal at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, Lusaka, Zambia, 1979.

From Chapter 1

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Olusegun Obasanjo, 'Sonny' Ramphal and Malcolm Fraser on tour with the Commonwealth Group of Eminent Persons against Apartheid in South Africa, 1985.

From Chapter 1

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Malcolm Fraser, 2010.

From Chapter 1

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Minister for the Army, Malcolm Fraser, inspects an outboard speedboat at the Australian Rest and Convalescent Centre, Vung Tau, Vietnam. 1966. With the Minister are Private Vin Coy of South Melbourne, Victoria (left), and Colonel Jim Lawrence of Newtown, New South Wales.

From Chapter 2

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An Iroquois helicopter of 9 Squadron hovers over a Centurion tank patrol during the Vietnam War, 1968. As Minister for Defence, Malcolm Fraser was involved in the acquisition of equipment for the war.

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Minister for Science and Education Malcolm Fraser and Country Party MP John England visit the radio telescope, Parkes, 1969.

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Malcolm Fraser walks down the steps of Parliament House, Canberra, 11 November 1975.

From Chapter 2

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Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser and Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Ian Viner at the opening of the Bakandji Housing Co-op, Wilcannia, New South Wales, 1980.

From Chapter 2

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The front page of a Cabinet submission to restrict cigarette advertising on television, 1976.

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The Fourth Fraser Ministry on the steps of Government House, Canberra, 1980.

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Secretary General Shridath Ramphal and Chairman Malcolm Fraser at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, Melbourne, 1981.

From Chapter 2

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Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, 1985. During Malcolm Fraser’s prime ministership, Kakadu National Park was proclaimed.

From Chapter 2

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The arrival ceremony at Akasaka Palace during the official visit to Japan by Malcolm Fraser, 16 June 1976.

From Chapter 2

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Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser at an immigration conference, 1981.

From Chapter 2

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Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser and the first Chief Minister of the Northern Territory Paul Everingham sign documents giving self-government to the Northern Territory, 1978.

From Chapter 2

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Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser views an electric car designed by the Italian firm Zagato, Motor Show, Sydney, 1978.

From Chapter 2

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The Queen and Prince Philip with Malcolm and Tamie Fraser at The Lodge, Canberra, 1977.

From Chapter 2

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Image no: 34

Malcolm Fraser as a young boy, c. 1939.

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Malcolm and Tamie Fraser with Robert Menzies, Portland, Victoria, c1958.

From Chapter 3

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Minister for the Army Malcolm Fraser with Australian troops in Vietnam, 2 August 1966.

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Malcolm Fraser’s Third Ministry with Governor-General Sir Zelman Cowen, Government House, Canberra, 20 December 1977.

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Malcolm Fraser speaking at a Liberal Party campaign meeting, c. 1980.

From Chapter 3

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Commonwealth Group of Eminent Persons, Marlborough House, London, c. 1986.

From Chapter 3

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Malcolm Fraser, General Obasanjo and Archbishop Desmond Tutu during the Commonwealth Group of Eminent Persons tour of South Africa, 1985.

From Chapter 3

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Malcolm Fraser as a young man at Nareen station, c. 1958.

From Chapter 3

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Malcolm and Tamie Fraser on a visit to Nigeria and Zambia, 1979.

From Chapter 3

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Minister for the Army Malcolm Fraser during his five-day tour of Australian bases, South Vietnam, 1967. With him is the Chairman of the Free World Military Assistance Organisation, General Lam (right).

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Malcolm Fraser addressing the media at the Randwick Racecourse during the 1975 election campaign.

From Chapter 4

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Ministers Doug Anthony, Andrew Peacock and Jim Killen at the Liberal Party campaign launch, Moorabbin Town Hall, Melbourne, September 1980.

From Chapter 4

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Image no: 46

Born-again Keynesians, a cartoon by Geoff Pryor, 1982.

From Chapter 4

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Malcolm Fraser speaks at the Chamber of Manufactures Annual Dinner, University of New South Wales, Sydney, September 1977.

From Chapter 4

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Image no: 48

Sir Simon Fraser and John Neville Fraser holidaying in Ayr, Scotland, 1911.

From Chapter 4

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Image no: 49

Tamie Fraser, 1964.

From Chapter 5

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Malcolm Fraser and Tamie Begg on their wedding day, Willaura, 9 December 1956.

From Chapter 5

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Tamie Fraser at The Lodge, Canberra, 1978.

From Chapter 5

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Tamie Fraser, 2012

From Chapter 5

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Tamie Fraser on a cruise in Lake Ashino-ko, Hakone, during the Frasers' official visit to Japan, 17 June 1976.

From Chapter 5

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Tamie Fraser at the Blohm & Voss AG Shipyard and launch of the bulk carrier Australian Progress, Hamburg, 5 April 1977.

From Chapter 5

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Malcolm Fraser: Guide to Archives of Australia's Prime Ministers - front cover

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Malcolm Fraser: Guide to Archives of Australia's Prime Ministers - back cover

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