Zane Grey letter to his wife from Bermagui, 31 January [1936], with photographs

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Zane Grey letter to his wife from Bermagui, 31 January [1936], with photographs

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MLMSS 10398/Box 1X

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1wNr5q0n

Zane Grey letter to his wife from Bermagui, 31 January [1936], with photographs

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Zane Grey letter to his wife from Bermagui, 31 January [1936], with photographs

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Zane Grey letter to his wife from Bermagui, 31 January [1936], with photographs

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Date

1936

Call Numbers

MLMSS 10398/Box 1X

Record Identifier

1wNr5q0n
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0.02 metres of textual material, 8 photographs (1 outsize box)

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Out of copyright : Author(s) died more than 70 years ago

Please acknowledge: : Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales

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A small collection including manuscript letter, 7 pp., signed ‘Doc’, dated ‘Zane Grey Camp Bermagui N.S.Wales Jan 31 [1936] with 8 accompanying photographs. The letter references Grey's reception in Australia and Bermagui, and relates his experiences to his wife. Among the 8 small photographs, two depict Grey on a fishing boat with sharks he has ju...

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Zane Grey letter to his wife from Bermagui, 31 January [1936], with photographs

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Purchased from Louella Kerr in 2019

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Zane Grey (1872-1939) was an American author and dentist best known for his popular adventure novels and stories associated with the Wild West and the American frontier. His most popular novel was Riders of the Purple Sage (1912) which was a significant influence in shaping the formula of the Western genre. In January 1936 he visited Australia and...

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MLMSS 10398/Box 1X

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1wNr5q0n

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9649413

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