Letter from W. Maloney to Robert Salter and Rudolph Brill, dated 8 November 1938. The letter provides instructions that the men need to following in order to obtain permission to bring out the fiancée of one of the men from Austria. Salter migrated to Australia from Austria, fleeing Vienna just before the German annexation of Austria in 1938.

He had applied for residency in Australia five months before leaving Vienna but could not wait for approval as he was in danger of being arrested. When he arrived that his application for residency had been rejected. With the help of William Maloney, a federal Member of Parliament who befriended him, Robert was finally able to obtain permits for himself, as well as for his parents, his fiancee Ida to come out to Australia. Maloney also aided Salter's friend Rudolph Brill obtain a permit.

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Letter headed The Parliament of the Commonwealth, House of Representatives, Canberra, ACT, from W. Maloney to Robert Salter and Rudolf Brill, North Melbourne. Dated 8 November 1938.

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