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William MacGregor papers, 1881-1917, together with papers of the Paget family, 1879-1949

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Record title

William MacGregor papers, 1881-1917, together with papers of the Paget family, 1879-1949

Call numbers

MLMSS 2819/Boxes 1-3 , MLMSS 2819/Item 4X

Record identifier

nvg8JLJ1

William MacGregor papers, 1881-1917, together with papers of the Paget family, 1879-1949

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William MacGregor papers, 1881-1917, together with papers of the Paget family, 1879-1949

Full title

William MacGregor papers, 1881-1917, together with papers of the Paget family, 1879-1949

Date

1879-1949

Call Numbers

MLMSS 2819/Boxes 1-3 , MLMSS 2819/Item 4X

Record Identifier

nvg8JLJ1
Physical Description

Contents

0.60 metres of textual material (3 boxes and 1 outsize item)

Other Descriptions

Level of description

Fonds

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Contents list available in the Mitchell Library Reading Room -

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

Contents include letters, reports, and also illustrated letters from his daughters when at school

This collection includes pictorial material at Pic.Acc.7120

ALTERNATIVE TITLES

Full title

William MacGregor papers, 1881-1917, together with papers of the Paget family, 1879-1949

NOTES

General note

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CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Administrative / Biographical history

Sir William MacGregor, 1846-1919, was Chief Medical Officer at Fiji, 1875-1888, several times serving as Acting Governor, administrator of British New Guinea and Lieutenant Governor, 1888-1899 and Governor of Queensland 1909-1914

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PRIMARY IDENTIFIERS

Call Numbers

MLMSS 2819/Boxes 1-3 , MLMSS 2819/Item 4X

Record Identifier

nvg8JLJ1

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Reference code

422937

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