Protestors from the Federated Clerks Union at Mayne Hall, University of Queensland including Noela Stallard

Rutherford, Joanne (1985). Protestors from the Federated Clerks Union at Mayne Hall, University of Queensland including Noela Stallard. The University of Queensland, Fryer Library.

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Creator Rutherford, Joanne
Title Protestors from the Federated Clerks Union at Mayne Hall, University of Queensland including Noela Stallard
Publisher The University of Queensland, Fryer Library
Publication date 1985-05-10
Contributor University of Queensland
Type photograph
Format image/tiff
Source Fryer Library University of Queensland, F3483_img0032
Language eng
Rights Please contact the Fryer Library, University of Queensland Library to inquire about this work.
Subject 160601 Australian Government and Politics
Abstract/Summary Photographs of a demonstration on 10 May 1985 against the awarding of an honorary doctorate of Laws to Queensland Premier Johannes Bjelke-Petersen. Up to 5000 University of Queensland students, staff, trade unionists and other outraged citizens attended the protest outside Mayne Hall, St Lucia, where the award ceremony was to take place. Although the ceremony proceeded, the Premier did not attend.
Keyword Bjelke-Petersen, Johannes, Sir, 1911-2005
Queensland -- Politics and government -- 1965-
University of Queensland -- History
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