• From the Government Printing Office

    From the Government Printing Office

    Kris Ottman Neville (May 9, 1925 – December 23, 1980) was an American science fiction writer from California.

  • Government Printing Office Workers

    Government Printing Office Workers

    The Government Printing Office Workers is a series of three relief sculptures, located at the Government Printing Office Building, North Capitol Street, and G Street, Northeast, Washington, D.C..

  • Government Printing Office, Brisbane

    Government Printing Office, Brisbane

    The Queensland Government Printing Office is a heritage-listed printing house at 110 George Street and 84 William Street, Brisbane City, Queensland, Australia. It was designed by John James Clark, Francis Drummond Greville Stanley, and Edwin Evan Smith and built from 1884 to 1887 by John Petrie and Thomas Hiron. It is also known as The Printing Building, Sciencentre, Public Services Club, and Registry of Births, Deaths & Marriages. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 21 October 1992.

  • Raid on the Government Printing Office

    In November 1917, the Australian government conducted a raid on the Government Printing Office in Brisbane, with the aim of confiscating copies of Hansard that covered debates in the Queensland Parliament where anti-conscription sentiments had been aired.

  • Government Printing Office (disambiguation)

    Government Printing Office may refer to:

  • Queensland Government Printing Office

    Queensland Government Printing Office

    The Queensland Government Printing Office is a heritage-listed printing house at 110 George Street and 84 William Street, Brisbane City, Queensland, Australia. It was designed by John James Clark, Francis Drummond Greville Stanley, and Edwin Evan Smith and built from 1884 to 1887 by John Petrie and Thomas Hiron. It is also known as The Printing Building, Sciencentre, Public Services Club, and Registry of Births, Deaths & Marriages. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 21 October 1992.

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