Letter from the Postmaster-General to the Secretary of the Department of External Affairs, 1 July 1903

Letter from the Postmaster-General to the Secretary of the Department of External Affairs, 1 July 1903

What if every state wanted to keep their own distinctive emblem? The Postmaster General explained some of the difficulties facing the Commonwealth, and cited The Empire Patriotic League as proof that not all Western Australians wanted the swan on its stamps.

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