14 Clare Row College Grove WA Australia 6230
9 am - 6 pm
Secondhand. Good condition. General edgewear to book. Pages are sunned and there are some foxing spots. Dust jacket has creasing and chipping at edges. There is a small tear at the tail of the book jacket. Book has been cleaned and binding is very good. A good readable copy.
Alice Springs was a telegraph station when Doris Bradshaw Blackwell arrived as a young girl. Alice's father was the officer-in-charge of the telegraph station from 1899 to 1908. This is Doris' account of Alice Springs at the turn of the 20th Century.