Golden Wattle: Our National Floral Emblem

'Golden Wattle: Our National Floral Emblem' by Archibald James Campbell, published by Osboldstone & Co Melbourne in 1921. This work is described on the title page as "Being a particularly unique Series of Photo-Pictures of Wattles, or Australian Acacias, in full flower (with the introduction of figures for idealistic purposes), and some scenes of Wattle Wilds, together with some descriptive letterpress."

The dedication reads: "To all who love our National Flower - with its flossy wealth of golden glory, and leaves of loveliness - the Wattle, this work is humbly dedicated by A WATTLE LOVER"

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