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Gee family

Gee family – 1908

Application for domicile certificate

Application for domicile certificate – 1903

Application form

As he cannot read or write he is unable to give you the name of the boat or the date

As he cannot read or write he is unable to give you the name of the boat or the date – 08 October 1923

Letter to Collector of Customs, Port Adelaide

Certain objection to thumbprinting

Certain objection to thumbprinting – 09 February 1923

Minute to the Collector of Customs, Melbourne

Coloured persons not entitled to receive certificates of exemption

Coloured persons not entitled to receive certificates of exemption – 1911

Confidential notes for the guidance of police and other officers

Conditions of entry to and stay in Australia of persons of non-European race

Conditions of entry to and stay in Australia of persons of non-European race – 08 May 1963

Confidential background notes for the Prime Minister

Exemption certificates issued at Melbourne

Exemption certificates issued at Melbourne – 1925

Extract from a register

Fit for active service

Fit for active service – 1914

Certificate of medical examination

Fit for service

Fit for service – 1915

Certificate of medical examination

He was tested and prohibited

He was tested and prohibited – 13 February 1912

Memorandum for the Secretary of the Department of External Affairs

How are you my friend?

How are you my friend? – 12 June 1915

LetterĀ regarding an application by Nooran Shah to re-enter Australia

I am induced to reconsider his case on account of his having freehold property

I am induced to reconsider his case on account of his having freehold property – 24 October 1902

Memorandum for the Secretary, Department of External Affairs

In reference to certain provisions of the Immigration Restriction Act affecting the Chinese

In reference to certain provisions of the Immigration Restriction Act affecting the Chinese – 08 January 1903

Copy of letter to Prime Minister Edmund Barton

Meaning of the term 'generally maintained'

Meaning of the term 'generally maintained' – 30 May 1911

Minute paper, Attorney General's opinion