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Norman Carter papers, 1899-1961

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Norman Carter papers, 1899-1961

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MLMSS 471

Record identifier

nQR2oBL1

Norman Carter papers, 1899-1961

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Norman Carter papers, 1899-1961

Full title

Norman Carter papers, 1899-1961

Date

1899-1961

Call Numbers

MLMSS 471

Record Identifier

nQR2oBL1
Physical Description

Contents

5 volumes and 1 box of textual material

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Fonds

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Partially Microfilmed : CY 2630 (MLMSS 471/1) ; CY 2547 (MLMSS 471/2-3, MLMSS 471/5)

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

I. Letters received, 28 Feb. 1902-31 Jan. 1961 (MLMSS 471/1-2)
Includes letters from Rupert Bunny, Douglas Dundas, E. Phillips Fox, Hans Heysen, G. W. Lambert, Hugh McCrae, Margaret Preston, Lloyd Rees and Napier Waller.

Index to correspondents compiled in the Mitchell Library filed at MLMSS 471/1.

II. Copies of letters sent, 3 Ma...

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Norman Carter papers, 1899-1961

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Information upgraded from Manuscripts Leaf Catalogue No. 1 (8-637C) as part of the eRecords Project, 2010-2011

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Presented by Norman Carter, January and May 1961

Administrative / Biographical history

Norman St. Clair Carter was born in Melbourne, Victoria, in 1875. He studied at the Melbourne National Gallery School and under Phillips Fox and was apprenticed to a stained-glass maker. For 28 years from 1903 he lectured in architecture and history of art at Sydney University, N.S.W. His 'Low-toned Harmony' won a bronze medal at the Paris Salon in...

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MLMSS 471

Record Identifier

nQR2oBL1

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422806

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