Digitised photographs and negatives of radical protest and street marches in Brisbane during the 1960s and 1970s. The original material was photographed by Grahame Garner.

Some of the protests were anti-Vietnam war marches and demonstrations, while other pictures feature Labour Day marches and floats, anti-conscription protests, the Aldermaston peace march of 1965 and Hiroshima Day events. Photographs of the protest against the visit of US President Lyndon Johnson to Brisbane during the Vietnam War are also featured.

The originals of the photographs are held in the Fryer Library, The University of Queensland.

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Vietnam War   Moratorium marches   Civil rights   Queensland   Processions   Radicalism   Political demonstrations   Protest movements   Social movements   Anti-war protests   Political activists   210303  

For all enquiries about this work, including re-use, please contact the Fryer Library, The University of Queensland. The material is available to view online.

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