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Antonio Dattilo Rubbo and Rubbo family papers and pictorial material, ca. 1870-1988

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Antonio Dattilo Rubbo and Rubbo family papers and pictorial material, ca. 1870-1988

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MLMSS 5288 ADD-ON 1933

Record identifier

93QpWp71

Antonio Dattilo Rubbo and Rubbo family papers and pictorial material, ca. 1870-1988

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Antonio Dattilo Rubbo and Rubbo family papers and pictorial material, ca. 1870-1988

Full title

Antonio Dattilo Rubbo and Rubbo family papers and pictorial material, ca. 1870-1988

Date

1870 - 1988

Call Numbers

MLMSS 5288 ADD-ON 1933

Record Identifier

93QpWp71
Physical Description

Contents

0.36 metres of textual material (2 boxes)
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Fonds

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

SERIES 1
Dattilo Rubbo and Dattilo Rubbo family papers
Includes Antonio Dattilo Rubbo's correspondence, 1899-1954, with inter alia Dr Richard Arthur, Jim Bancks, Peter Board, Dorothy Cottrell, Frances E. Ellis, Mary Gilmore, George Lambert, Norman Lindsay, Sir John Longstaff, Max Meldrum, Lloyd Rees and Roland Wakelin; albums of newscuttings...

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Full title

Antonio Dattilo Rubbo and Rubbo family papers and pictorial material, ca. 1870-1988

NOTES

General note

Listing available in Italians in New South Wales: A Guide to Archives in the Mitchell Library of New South Wales (1995) (Mitchell Library Manuscripts Guides; no. 17). A copy of this guide is located on the manuscripts' guides shelf in the Mitchell Library Reading Room.

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Presented by Anna Rubbo and Mark Rubbo in 1991 / The Italians in New South Wales Project

Administrative / Biographical history

Antonio Dattilo Rubbo (1870-1955) artist and teacher, studied at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Naples, arriving in Sydney in 1898. He taught at the School of the Royal Art Society and his own atelier. A founder of the Manly Art Gallery and Historical Collection in 1924. Rubbo donated many of his works to galleries and causes throughout Australia...

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MLMSS 5288 ADD-ON 1933

Record Identifier

93QpWp71

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423440

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