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Who’s Who in Australia 2001 by

June 2001, no. 231

Who’s Who in Australia 2001 

Information Australia, 1920 pp, $175 hb

Who’s Who in Australia 2001 by

June 2001, no. 231

Why bother reading Who’s Who in Australia? Obviously, it’s a tool, a standard reference, a source of information, a biographical detail, a register – a social register – a place to find an address, or to wonder who’s in, who’s out, who calls the shots. It is also a social symbol in its own right. To read it, to browse or peruse it, is to receive some sense of its own significance and pertinence in Australian social life.

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