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Leon Maxwell Gellert, The Isle of San, a fantasy, with etchings and introduction by Norman Lindsay, decorated initials by Sydney Ure Smith, Sydney, 1919

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DLMSF 3

Record identifier

Ydmdljg9

Leon Maxwell Gellert, The Isle of San, a fantasy, with etchings and introduction by Norman Lindsay, decorated initials by Sydney Ure Smith, Sydney, 1919

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Leon Maxwell Gellert, The Isle of San, a fantasy, with etchings and introduction by Norman Lindsay, decorated initials by Sydney Ure Smith, Sydney, 1919

Full title

Leon Maxwell Gellert, The Isle of San, a fantasy, with etchings and introduction by Norman Lindsay, decorated initials by Sydney Ure Smith, Sydney, 1919

Date

1919

Call Numbers

DLMSF 3

Record Identifier

Ydmdljg9
Physical Description

Contents

1 volume of textual material - 40 cm. Bound in leather. - manuscript

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Level of description

Fonds

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

Fully bound in brown leather, tooled and lettered in gold. Binder's title 'The Isle of San by Geon Gellert, Manuscript'.

ALTERNATIVE TITLES

Full title

Leon Maxwell Gellert, The Isle of San, a fantasy, with etchings and introduction by Norman Lindsay, decorated initials by Sydney Ure Smith, Sydney, 1919

AUTHORS, ARTISTS AND CONTRIBUTORS

NOTES

General note

Copy at Dixson Library F91/1.

Transferred from DLSPENCER 350

Description source

Information transferred from Dixson Manuscript Card Catalogue as part of the eRecords Project, 2011-2012.

Published information

The Isle of San, a phantasy by Leon Gellert, with five original etchings by Norman Lindsay. Sydney: Art in Australia, 1919

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Bequeathed by Sir William Dixson, 1952

Administrative / Biographical history

Leon Gellert was born in Adelaide, 17 May 1892. He served in World War I until 1916. He taught, wrote, edited 'Art in Australia', and 'Home', and later joined the literary staff of the Sydney Morning Herald. He has published humorous works and poetry.

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Call Numbers

DLMSF 3

Record Identifier

Ydmdljg9

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https://collection.sl.nsw.gov.au/record/Ydmdljg9

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Reference code

945110

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