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P.237/24 [WEB APPROVED] Magazine, first edition of the Australian Women's Weekly, paper, Sydney, NSW, Australia, 10 June 1933. Click to enlarge.

First edition of Australian Women’s Weekly

Magazine, first edition of the Australian Women’s Weekly, paper, Sydney, NSW, Australia, 10 June 1933

This first edition of the Australian Women’s Weekly was published on 10 June, 1933. It has 44 pages and is in black and white. It contains articles on women’s fashion, the royal family, weddings, advertisements, home decorating, film reviews and sport.

Summary

Object No.

P.237/24

Object Statement

Magazine, first edition of the Australian Women's Weekly, paper, Sydney, NSW, Australia, 10 June 1933

Physical Description

Magazine, first edition of the Australian Women's Weekly, paper, Sydney, NSW, Australia, 10 June 1933

This first edition of the Australian Women's Weekly was published on 10 June, 1933. It has 44 pages and is in black and white. It contains articles on women's fashion, the royal family, weddings, advertisements, home decorating, film reviews and sport.

Dimensions

Height

445 mm

Width

330 mm

History

Notes

This object is part of the Royal Australian Historical Society (RAHS) collection which was donated to the Powerhouse Museum in 1981.

Cite this Object

Harvard

First edition of Australian Women's Weekly 2016, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 16 June 2019, <https://ma.as/355639>

Wikipedia

{{cite web |url=https://ma.as/355639 |title=First edition of Australian Women's Weekly |author=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences |access-date=16 June 2019 |publisher=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Australia}}

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