Ninety Years on
Autobiography of 90-year-old northern Tasmanian resident, Sir Raymond Ferrall. Outlines his commercial and corporate career, including his involvement with Christopher Skase and Qintex. Also recounts his travels overseas, his involvement in both cricket and football at state level, and his philosophies on life. Includes photographs and an index.
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