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Stanley Melbourne Bruce: Guide to Archives of Australia’s Prime Ministers


Stanley Melbourne Bruce: Guide to Archives of Australia's Prime Ministers

by John Connor

Published by the National Archives of Australia


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Stanley Melbourne Bruce was Australia's second youngest Prime Minister and served during the 'roaring twenties' (1923–29). This guide describes records on Bruce and his wife, Ethel, which are held by the National Archives and other institutions.

John Connor is the author of The Australian Frontier Wars, 1788–1838 (UNSW Press, Sydney, 2002).

This guide includes selected sources related to the subject area but is not necessarily a complete or definitive listing of all relevant material in the National Archives of Australia or in other institutions.

© Commonwealth of Australia 2003

First published 2003

ISBN 0 642 34489 2

This work is copyright. Apart from any use as permitted under the Copyright Act 1968 no part may be reproduced by any process without prior written permission from the National Archives of Australia. Requests and inquiries concerning reproduction and rights should be directed to the Publications Manager, National Archives of Australia, PO Box 7425, Canberra Business Centre ACT 2610, Australia.

Editor: Judith Ion
Research assistance: Carolyn Connor, Kerry Jeffrey
Cover design: Jodie Randall

Front cover: Prime Minister Stanley Melbourne Bruce, 9 February 1923 – 22 October 1929. NAA: A1200, L11183
Back cover: 1. Part image of Stanley Melbourne Bruce. NAA: A6180, 5/20/5/74/41
2. Part image of Ethel Bruce from photograph in the British Daily Graphic, 1923. NAA: A1486, 1

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