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Letters by Christina Stead to Margaret Hanks, 1938-1982 [manuscript]
Bib ID 1357743
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Stead, Christina, 1902-1983
 
Access Conditions Available for reference. Not for loan. 
Description 1938-1982 
1 cm. ( 1 folder) 
Summary

Six letters by Christina Stead to her niece Margaret Hanks with newspaper and periodical clippings about Christina Stead.

Biography/History

Australian author. See "The Oxford companion to Australian literature", p. 645.

Notes

Manuscript reference no. : NLA MS 8477.

Subjects Hanks, Margaret - Correspondence.  |  Stead, Christina, - 1902-1983 - Archives.  |  Women authors, Australian - 20th century - Archives.
Time Coverage 1938-1982 
Occupation Authors.
Other authors/contributors Hanks, Margaret

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