Book; In Living Memory: A photographic portrait of daily life in Australia from the 1930s to the 1970s - Alasdair McGregor
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The story of Australia in the middle decades of the 20th century – from 1930 to 1980 – is one of dramatic contrast; of dark days and light – of economic struggle, anxiety, war and sacrifice, giving way from the 1950s onwards to prosperity, plenty and confidence.
In Living Memory surveys these decades with a collection of fascinating and entertaining photographs of everyday Australian life. Author Alasdair McGregor places the images in their historical context with a thoughtful essay to introduce each of the four chapters – the way we lived, the way we moved, the way we worked and the way we played.
This warmly nostalgic collection will appeal to all ages - those who remember the milkman, the dunny man and the ice men, and those who cheered on Dennis Lillee's moustache or took part in the 'bikini wars' on Bondi Beach.
Publisher: Australian Geographic