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A sane and reasonable young man

A sane and reasonable young man – 18 March 1948

Letter to Arthur Calwell, Minister for Immigration

A very awkward precedent

A very awkward precedent – 04 May 1948

Memorandum

Allowed to stay

Allowed to stay – 20 February 1948

Newspaper article

Asia... the White Australia Policy, and you

Asia... the White Australia Policy, and you – 20 October 1949

Memorandum about a pamphlet written by supporters of Samsudin

Australian deportation of Malayan Chinese

Australian deportation of Malayan Chinese – 27 April 1948

Letter to the Colonial Secretary, Singapore

Averting the threat to racial purity

Averting the threat to racial purity – 30 January 1902

Letter acknowledging gift of an illuminated address from 2000 residents of the Mt Lyell district of Tasmania

Compensation for war injuries

Compensation for war injuries – 10 April 1948

Departure of survivors for Port Adelaide

Departure of survivors for Port Adelaide – 01 February 1909

Telegram

Deportation of survivors is imminent

Deportation of survivors is imminent – 04 February 1909

Letter to the Acting Collector of Customs, Port Adelaide

Deported on the MV Charon

Deported on the MV Charon – 05 November 1948

Memorandum for the Secretary, Department of Immigration

Disruptionist element

Disruptionist element – 30 March 1948

Letter to Arthur Calwell, Minister for Immigration

Fourteen Malay seamen

Fourteen Malay seamen – 30 December 1947

Confidential despatch to the Secretary, Department of External Affairs

He failed to take advantage of the opportunity

He failed to take advantage of the opportunity – 26 August 1948

Copy of a letter to Kim Beazley

He is highly educated and a gentleman

He is highly educated and a gentleman – 17 June 1948

Letter to the United Kingdom Trade Commissioner in Malaya

I request that you will inform your Government of the views of the Singapore Government

I request that you will inform your Government of the views of the Singapore Government – 21 April 1948

Confidential letter to the Australian Commissioner for Malaya

Immigration are lucky to get off so lightly

Immigration are lucky to get off so lightly – 22 May 1948

Secret, personal cablegram to Burton

Impression of amatuerishness and gross incompetence

Impression of amatuerishness and gross incompetence – 21 May 1948

Secret, personal cablegram to Burton

Italian immigrants - proposal to prohibit

Italian immigrants - proposal to prohibit – 06 January 1906

Newspaper article