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[Letters], [1906-1923] [manuscript]
Bib ID 1831077
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Deakin, Alfred, 1856-1919
 
Access Conditions Available for reference. Not for loan. 
Description [1906-1923] 
2 folders 2 cm. 
Summary

Letters to Richard L. Jebb and from Jebb to Deakin relating parliamentary affairs in England and Australia and Jebb's work as a writer and journalist. Includes a letter from Jebb to Mr. Brookes, 1923.

Notes

Manuscript reference no.: NLA MS 339.

Photocopies available.

Subjects Deakin, Alfred, - 1856-1919 - Correspondence.  |  Jebb, Richard, - 1874-1953 - Correspondence.  |  Statesmen - Australia - Correspondence.
Time Coverage 1906-1923 
Occupation Statesmen
Other authors/contributors Jebb, Richard, 1874-1953

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