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Bertram Stevens further papers, ca. 1915-1921

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Record title

Bertram Stevens further papers, ca. 1915-1921

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MLMSS 9246

Record identifier

Y0KD3OB1

Bertram Stevens further papers, ca. 1915-1921

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Bertram Stevens further papers, ca. 1915-1921

Full title

Bertram Stevens further papers, ca. 1915-1921

Date

ca. 1915-1921

Call Numbers

MLMSS 9246

Record Identifier

Y0KD3OB1
Physical Description

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0.04 metres of textual material and 1 photograph (1 box)

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Fonds

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Copyright status : In copyright - This collection has multiple rights owners

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Out of copyright : Photograph created before 1955

Please acknowledge: : Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales and Courtesy copyright owners

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

ITEM 1
Notebook of alphabetically indexed Australasian authors with publications ca. 1915

ITEM 2
Menu of 'Dinner to George W. Lambert given by the Society of Artists in honour of his visit to Sydney, June 29, 1921.' Signed by, among others, Howard Ashton, Will Ashton, Julian Ashton, D. H. Souter, Bertram Stevens, John Lane Mullins, Joh...

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Bertram Stevens further papers, ca. 1915-1921

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Source

Presented by Brian Stevens

Administrative / Biographical history

B. Stevens, 1872-1922, literary and art critic, born at Inverell, New South Wales, was permitted to use David Scott Mitchell's private collection when preparing his Anthology of Australian verse, published in 1906

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MLMSS 9246

Record Identifier

Y0KD3OB1

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1069350

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