For both books, on the Mining Practices at Broken Hill.
 
Oliver Holmes Woodward (1885-1966), mining engineer, metallurgist and soldier, Woodward wrote an autobiography and accounts of his wartime experiences and of the Broken Hill mining industry.
 
In 1940 Woodward became president of the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy. He joined the board of directors of North Broken Hill Ltd in December 1944 and remained on the board after retiring from general managership at the North Mine on 8 October 1947. He had also been a director of Broken Hill Associated Smelters and the associated Electrolytic Refining & Smelting Co. President of the Australian Mining and Metals Association (1952-54), he was appointed C.M.G. in 1956.
 
Anderson, F.S., Mining practice at the Zinc Corporation Ltd, Broken Hill, Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Parkville, 1946.

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