Sir Joseph Cook 1922

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Full title reads: "Sir Joseph Cook who left England 36 years ago as a working collier returns Australia's High Commissioner".


M/S of Sir Cook walking on deck of ocean liner with his wife and teenage children. C/U of Sir Cook leaning on ship's railings.

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G 0843
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01:26:44:00 / 01:26:52:00
G 843
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