Series 02 Part 03: Isabel Byers correspondence, being letters sent to Mary Gilmore and N. Turnbull r...

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Series 02 Part 03: Isabel Byers correspondence, being letters sent to Mary Gilmore and N. Turnbull relating to Henry Lawson, 1922

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MLMSS 3694/Box 2/Folder 4

Record identifier

1wN2jM0n

Series 02 Part 03: Isabel Byers correspondence, being letters sent to Mary Gilmore and N. Turnbull relating to Henry Lawson, 1922

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Series 02 Part 03: Isabel Byers correspondence, being letters sent to Mary Gilmore and N. Turnbull relating to Henry Lawson, 1922

Full title

Series 02 Part 03: Isabel Byers correspondence, being letters sent to Mary Gilmore and N. Turnbull relating to Henry Lawson, 1922

Date

1922

Call Numbers

MLMSS 3694/Box 2/Folder 4

Record Identifier

1wN2jM0n
Physical Description

Contents

1 folder of textual material - manuscript

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Series

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Copyright status : In copyright

Research & study copies allowed : Author has been deceased for more than 50 years

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

Letter from Isabel Byers to Mary Gilmore relating to Henry Lawson, 13 October 1922

Letter from Isabel Byers to N. Turnbull, Nevertire, NSW, relating to Henry Lawson, 25 September 1922

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Series 02 Part 03: Isabel Byers correspondence, being letters sent to Mary Gilmore and N. Turnbull relating to Henry Lawson, 1922

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Call Numbers

MLMSS 3694/Box 2/Folder 4

Record Identifier

1wN2jM0n

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1344546

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