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Gee family

Gee family – 1908

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

Dictation test passages

Dictation test passages – 1925

Test passages

Directions for applying the dictation test

Directions for applying the dictation test – 04 March 1927

Circular to the Collector of Customs, Fremantle

First dictation test answers

First dictation test answers – 01 February 1909

He was tested and prohibited

He was tested and prohibited – 13 February 1912

Memorandum for the Secretary of the Department of External Affairs

I venture to point out that that test virtually means their prohibition

I venture to point out that that test virtually means their prohibition – 19 August 1901

Letter to Prime Minister Edmund Barton

Immigration Restriction Act 1901

Immigration Restriction Act 1901 – 1901

Legislation

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