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Bertha McNamara papers, 1922-1967

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Bertha McNamara papers, 1922-1967

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MLMSS 9417

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nZNv7N2n

Bertha McNamara papers, 1922-1967

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Bertha McNamara papers, 1922-1967

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Bertha McNamara papers, 1922-1967

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Date

1922-1967

Call Numbers

MLMSS 9417

Record Identifier

nZNv7N2n
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0.1 meters of textual material, including some photographs (1 folder 1 outsize box)

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Fonds

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Copyright status : Out of copyright - photographs created before 1955
In copyright - photographs created after 1955

Copyright restrictions may apply : to some of the textual material

Please acknowledge: : Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales and David Pura

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Contents

TEXTUAL MATERIAL

Newspaper clippings concerning the death of Bertha Matilda McNamara, 1931-1932.

Newspaper clipping concerning Henry Lawson, dated 1978.

Official Inauguration of the Henry Lawson Labor College, dated February 4, 1945.

Henry Lawson Centenary , 16 June 1967.

Testimonial and social evening will be ten...

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Bertha McNamara papers, 1922-1967

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Information upgraded as part of the Manuscripts Unprocessed eRecords Project 2013-2014

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

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Presented by David Pura, March 2012

Administrative / Biographical history

Matilda Emilie Bertha McNamara (1853-1931), socialist agitator, feminist and bookshop-owner, was born on 28 September 1853 at Posen, Prussia (Poland). She migrated with her family to Victoria in 1896. Her first husband died in 1888, and she moved to Melbourne where she provided for the children by working as a travelling saleswoman, selling mainl...

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MLMSS 9417

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nZNv7N2n

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971289

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