Works of E. J. Brady

[Editor: This list contains various works by E. J. Brady; for biographical information click here.]

Books by E. J. Brady:
1899: The Ways of Many Waters, Sydney: Bulletin Newspaper Co. (poetry)
1902: The Earthen Floor, Grafton (N.S.W.): Grip Newspaper (poetry)
1903: Sydney Harbour, Sydney: Builder Printing Works, [1903]
1904: Sydney: The Commercial Capital of the Commonwealth, Sydney: Builder Printing Works (edited by E. J. Brady)
1910: Bush-land Ballads, Melbourne: Lothian (poetry)
1911: Bells and Hobbles, Melbourne: George Robertson (poetry)
1911: The King’s Caravan: Across Australia in a Wagon, London: Edward Arnold
1911: Picturesque Port Phillip, Melbourne: George Robertson & Co., [1911]
1911: River rovers, Melbourne: George Robertson, [1911]
1911: Tom Pagdin: Pirate, Sydney: N.S.W. Bookstall
1918: Australia Unlimited, Melbourne: G. Robertson, [1918?]
1919: The House of the Winds, London: George G. Harrap (poetry)
1924: The Land of the Sun, London: Edward Arnold
1926: The Overlander: Prince’s Highway, Melbourne: Ramsay Publishing
1933: Wardens of the Seas, Sydney: Endeavour Press (poetry)
1934: Doctor Mannix: Archbishop of Melbourne, Melbourne: Library of National Biography
1934: Souvenir, Victorian centenary, 1834-1934, Melbourne: Gordon & Gotch [distributors]
1943: The Golden Key to Peace, Progress and Prosperity, Melbourne: [L. Rubinstein], [1943?] (written by Leslie Rubinstein; edited by E. J. Brady)
1944: Dreams and Realities, Melbourne: York Press (by E. J. Brady and Leslie Rubinstein)
1944: Two Frontiers, Sydney: Frank Johnson, c1944

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