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90/1076 Booklet, 'Planning Meat Rations', paper, Commonwealth Department of Health, Australia, c. 1940. Click to enlarge.

Planning Meat Rations

Made
A booklet on planning meat rations. Top left corner of front cover has the Australian Coat of Arms. The texts are in red and black with an illustration of a casserole dish. Back page details the use of meat coupons.

Summary

Object No.

90/1076

Object Statement

Booklet, 'Planning Meat Rations', paper, Commonwealth Department of Health, Australia, c. 1940

Physical Description

A booklet on planning meat rations. Top left corner of front cover has the Australian Coat of Arms. The texts are in red and black with an illustration of a casserole dish. Back page details the use of meat coupons.

Marks

Front cover 'PLANNING / MEAT / RATION / MEALS / ISSUED BY / THE COMMONWEALTH RATIONING COMMISSION / AND / THE COMMONWEALTH DEPEARTMENT OF HEALTH', Written in pencil top right corner '$6- / 299 TOORAK RD / HARTWELL'
Back cover 'MEAT RATION POINTS'

Dimensions

Height

188 mm

Width

122 mm

Production

Source

Credit Line

Purchased 1990

Acquisition Date

10 December 1990

Cite this Object

Harvard

Planning Meat Rations 2020, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 25 September 2020, <https://ma.as/102553>

Wikipedia

{{cite web |url=https://ma.as/102553 |title=Planning Meat Rations |author=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences |access-date=25 September 2020 |publisher=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Australia}}

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