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Magazine - Smoke Signals, Aborigines Advancement League, Vol 1. No. 3, Oct 1960 Reg. No: HT 24206
- Magazine 'Smoke Signals' Vol 1, No 3. Smoke Signals is the official magazine of the Aborigines Advancement League, it is published by the Associated Publicity Services, East Melbourne, Victoria. The first editor was Pastor Doug Nicholls.
The significance of this early edition of the magazine lies in its publication by the Aborigines Advancement League early in the organisation's history. The League was founded in 1957, and 'Smoke Signals' began to be published from 1960, and remains in publication to the present day (2011).
- Magazine of 72 pages with numerous black and white illustrations; stapled. Front cover has a bearded Aboriginal figure in black and a background treatment in red.
- Statement Of Significance:
- This magazine documents the growing political movement led by Aboriginal people in Victoria in the advocacy of Indigenous rights. It also illustrates in its articles and advertisements some of the challenges in changing people's perceptions and knowledge of Aboriginal people.
|Dimensions:||182 mm (Height), 246 mm (Width)|
|Tagged with:||magazines, aboriginal people, citizenship, aboriginal issues, indigenous activism, publications, indigenous issues|
|Themes this item is part of:||Identity: Yours, Mine, Ours, Immigration Museum Exhibition, 2011-2021, Aborigines Advancement League, Cultural Diversity Collection, Domestic & Community Life Collection|
|Primary Classification:||POLITICS & PUBLIC PROTEST|
|Secondary Classification:||Indigenous Rights|
|Tertiary Classification:||promotional materials|
|Inscriptions:||On Cover: SMOKE SIGNALS / VOLUME 1, No.3 OCTOBER 1960 PRICE TWO SHILLINGS Proceeds in aid of Aborigines Advancement League|
|Publisher:||Associated Publicity Services, East Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, Oct 1960|
|Issued By:||Aborigines Advancement League (AAL), Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, Oct 1960|