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Miles Franklin - Papers, 1841-1954

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Record title

Miles Franklin - Papers, 1841-1954

Call numbers

MLMSS 364 , SAFE/MLMSS 364/51A/p. 41 (Safe 3/132)

Record identifier

94Rx6Eg1

Miles Franklin - Papers, 1841-1954

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Miles Franklin - Papers, 1841-1954

Full title

Miles Franklin - Papers, 1841-1954

Date

1841-1954

Call Numbers

MLMSS 364 , SAFE/MLMSS 364/51A/p. 41 (Safe 3/132)

Record Identifier

94Rx6Eg1
Physical Description

Contents

6.55 metres of textual material (116 volumes, 14 slip boxes, 3 folders) - manuscript, typescript, printed

Other Descriptions

Level of description

Fonds

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Issue Copy

Microfilm : MLMSS 364/2-42, 44-55, 59-60, 62-67, 76-77, 80-81, 83-84, 86-88, 92, 113X-115. For further details of reel numbers, please consult staff at the Mitchell Library Information Desk.

Finding aids

Click here to see extended guide to this collection in Guide to Australian Literary Manuscripts https://onesearch.library.uwa.edu.au/view/delivery/61UWA_INST/12364185460002101

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

SUB-FONDS 1:
Miles Franklin personal papers, 1880-1954

SUB-FONDS 2:
Miles Franklin literary papers, 1887-1954

SUB-FONDS 3:
Miles Franklin - papers concerning her service with the Scottish Women's Hospitals for Foreign Service, 1917-1919, 1941

SUB-FONDS 4:
Miles Franklin financial and legal papers, 1909-1954

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ALTERNATIVE TITLES

Full title

Miles Franklin - Papers, 1841-1954

NOTES

General note

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CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Bequeathed by Miles Franklin in 1954

Administrative / Biographical history

Miles Franklin, author, 1879-1954, daughter of John Maurice Franklin and Susannah Margaret Eleanor Franklin, nee Lampe, was born at Talbingo, New South Wales. In 1906 she went to Chicago, where she worked for the National Women's Trade Union League of America, principally as co-editor of Life and Labor with Alice Henry. In 1915 she went to England,...

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Call Numbers

MLMSS 364 , SAFE/MLMSS 364/51A/p. 41 (Safe 3/132)

Record Identifier

94Rx6Eg1

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413352

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