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[Men, women and children protesters at the "Day of Mourning" Aboriginal meeting]
Sydney (NSW SI56-05)
26 January 1938
Persons photographed include: Doris Williams (black and white dress); Louisa Ingram holding Olive Ingram; children left to right: Isaac Ingram, Esther Ingram, Arthur Williams, Phillip Ingram. Image caption reads: A large blackboard displayed outside the hall proclaims, "Day of Mourning". Leaflets warned that " Aborigines and persons of Aboriginal blood only are invited to attend." At 5 o'clock in the afternoon a resolution of indignation, protest, was moved and passed.