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Reverend Reginald Arthur Harris notebooks, 1898-1917

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Record title

Reverend Reginald Arthur Harris notebooks, 1898-1917

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MLMSS 1588

Record identifier

nQR2oLV1

Reverend Reginald Arthur Harris notebooks, 1898-1917

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Reverend Reginald Arthur Harris notebooks, 1898-1917

Full title

Reverend Reginald Arthur Harris notebooks, 1898-1917

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Date

1898-1917

Call Numbers

MLMSS 1588

Record Identifier

nQR2oLV1
Physical Description

Contents

(2") box, 2 folders

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Fonds

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

1 box and 2 folders of textual material

Box 1
Items 1-5
a. Miscellaneous notes, extracts and compilations, 1898-1905, mainly on religious matters
Folder 2
Items 6-7
b. Parish visiting books with street directories for Inverell, 1904-1905 and Grafton, 1905-1907
Folder 3
Items 8-9
c. Sunday school lessons, Grafton, 190...

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Reverend Reginald Arthur Harris notebooks, 1898-1917

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Information upgraded from Manuscripts Leaf Catalogue No. 1 (7-570 c) as part of the eRecords Project, 2010-2011

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Rev. R. A. Harris graduated as B.A. from the University of Sydney, 1902 and Th.L. from St John's Theological College, Armidale, N.S.W. He was curate of the Church of England at Inverell, 1904-1905 and Grafton, 1905-1907, and was a chaplain in the A.I.F., 1915-1919. He retired in 1957

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MLMSS 1588

Record Identifier

nQR2oLV1

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422361

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