Demonstrators and Semper press car during Moratorium in Brisbane 1970

Grahame Garner (1970). Demonstrators and Semper press car during Moratorium in Brisbane 1970. Grahame Garner.

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Creator Grahame Garner
Title Demonstrators and Semper press car during Moratorium in Brisbane 1970
Publisher Grahame Garner
Publication date 1970-09-18
Contributor Grahame Garner
Type photograph
Format image/tif
Source Fryer Research Mss F3400, Fryer Library, The University of Queensland
Language eng
Rights Please contact the Fryer Library, University of Queensland Library to inquire about this work.
Subject 430101 History - Australian
Abstract/Summary Demonstrators in Brisbane, Australia with banners and flags during Moratorium march 1970. Semper press car (Volkswagon Kombi) can be seen. Protestors are outside the Presbyterian Church of Queensland (now Uniting Church) in Ann Street, Brisbane. In the background, scaffolding can be seen at the construction site of the Crest Hotel. Semper Floreat is the student newspaper of the University of Queensland.
Keyword Radicalism -- Australia
Civil rights -- Queensland
Social movements
Processions -- Law and legislation -- Queensland
Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Protest movements -- Queensland -- Brisbane
Queensland -- Politics and government -- 1965-
Political activists
Semper Floreat
Ann Street Brisbane
Additional Notes If you have further information about this photograph, please email fryer@library.uq.edu.au

 
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