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SS William Macarthur crew and Seamen's Union of Australia members' demonstrate over unsafe working conditions aboard SS William Macarthur

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CollectionsSeamen's Union of Australia
Date created: ca. 1958
SS William Macarthur - a 2393-ton collier; built by J. Lewis and Sons of Aberdeen, Scotland, 1923; owned and operated by R W Miller and Company, ship owners, brewers and coal merchants, trading between Newcastle and Melbourne. Identified are Joe Dryburgh, Dick Darby, Dave Pawley and 'Gunner' Harrison.
Location: Sydney, New South Wales
Other Identifiers: Z263-91


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