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Collection of Australian plays 1955-1959 [manuscript]
Bib ID 1253605
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Hanger, Eunice, Collector
 
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Access Conditions Available for reference. Not for loan. 
Description 1955-1959 
22 cm., (2 boxes). 
Summary

Plays by the following Australian writers: S. Comans, R. S. Corfield, D. Cusack, D. Davison, D. W. Howard, D. Ireland, H. A. Lindsay, L. Gunnel, J. P. McKinney, M. Mullineux-Rutter, J. Naish, R. Pullen and H. M. Willis.

Biography/History

Australian playwright.

Notes

Xerox copies of typescript.

Manuscript reference: NLA MS 1044.

Typescripts with Fryer Memorial Library, University of Queensland.

Cited In

Guide to collections of manuscripts relating to Australia ; A992

Index/Finding Aid Note Descriptive list (3 p.) available. 
Subjects Australian drama - 20th century.

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