File 04: Kathleen's voyage Mauritious [Mauritius] to Durban, Log 4, 1947

File 04: Kathleen's voyage Mauritious [Mauritius] to Durban, Log 4, 1947

Date created

September 30, 1947-November 13, 1947

Contents

0.63 metres of textual material, including drawings, photographs, maps (1 folder of 20 pages in outsize box)

Level of description

File

Call Numbers

MLMSS 10157/Box 2X/Folder 1

Copying conditions

Copyright status : In copyright

Copyright holder : Jack Earl family, care of Leilani Tomaszewski and Tiare Tomaszewski

Approval for reproduction required : From the copyright holder

Approval for publication required : From the copyright holder

Rights and Restrictions Information : Letters in envelopes on pages 12 and 18 marked 'Personal letter to Kathleen' are not to be reproduced.

Please acknowledge: : Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales and courtesy of the Jack Earl family

Record title

File 04: Kathleen's voyage Mauritious [Mauritius] to Durban, Log 4, 1947

Record identifier

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Full title

File 04: Kathleen's voyage Mauritious [Mauritius] to Durban, Log 4, 1947

Published information

The logbooks have been published in a limited edition facsimile. Kathleen's voyage : the log book of Kathleen Gillett / written and illustrated by Jack Earl during his 1947-1948 voyage around the world. Limited facsim. ed. Sydney : Weldon Publishing, 1991.

Contents

Fourth log book of 20 loose pages of the 'Kathleen Gillett'. The log book contains documents, telegrams, black & white photographs, pencil drawings and watercolours with manuscript description of voyage from Mauritius to Durban, South Africa by Jack Earl.

Description source

Titled from front page.

Date created

September 30, 1947-November 13, 1947

Reference code

9627725

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