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Review of Donald Bartram's book "Opal Hunters" by Mike Harding Mentions'Pop' Bartram, Bern Grund, Tottie Bryant, Snow Bartram, Jack Absalom, Billy John, Ken Miller, Alan Bartram, Harry Bartram BI 00001 10

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Don Bartram's Presentation Preview for Writing an Opal Book - the Slippery Slides and Shafts Given at the 10th National Opal Symposium Coober Pedy 31st March - 1st April 2021 BI 00001 9  

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Opal Hunters The Bartrams on the Opal Fields 1936-2021 by Donald Bartram Covers opal mining in Andamooka by the Bartram family from the first visit by Walter Bartram in 1936, to Coober Pedy in the mid 1940's, to Glengarry in the 1970's, White Cliffs and Purnunga in the 1980's then back to Coober Pedy in 2016.  

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The Fire of Australia mined by Walter Bartram, 8 Mile 1946 One of the great opals of the world weighing 998g Acquired by South Australian Museum 19 January 2017 thanks to a $455,000 grant from the Federal Government and the Bartram family

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