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Walter Jago papers, 1916-1942

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Walter Jago papers, 1916-1942

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MLMSS 7679

Record identifier

1kVdoOZn

Walter Jago papers, 1916-1942

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Walter Jago papers, 1916-1942

Full title

Walter Jago papers, 1916-1942

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Date

1916 - 1942

Call Numbers

MLMSS 7679

Record Identifier

1kVdoOZn
Physical Description

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0.16 metres of textual material (1 box and 1 folder) - manuscript, typescript, and printed

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

1. Personal correspondence: mainly letters received by Walter Jago, 1919-1942; correspondents include Fred Broomfield, Zora Cross, Jim Devaney, Jim Grahame, Inigo Jones (meteorologist), Hugh McCrae, Dowell O'Reilly, Roderic Quinn (Call No.: MLMSS 7679/1)
2. Correspondence and related papers concerning the Fellowship of Australian Writers, 1929-...

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Walter Jago papers, 1916-1942

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Source

Presented by Bertha Jago in 1968

Administrative / Biographical history

Walter Jago, journalist, was born at Gympie, Queensland in 1885. He wrote for Sydney newspapers the 'Evening News' and the 'Sun', and was editor of 'The Lone Hand' and 'Aussie' magazines. He was a member of the Dawn and Dusk Club and president of the Fellowship of Australian Writers in 1931.

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MLMSS 7679

Record Identifier

1kVdoOZn

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449185

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