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Portrait of Nettie Palmer [picture]
Bib ID 2053629
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Online Versions
Description 1943 
1 negative : b&w ; 7.7 x 10.0 cm. 
Biography/History

Nettie Palmer, born Janet Gertrude Higgins. Poet, biographer, literary critic, commentator, diarist, editor and translator. Daughter of John and Kitty Higgins and a niece of the parliamentarian and Judge B. Higgins.

Notes

Condition: Good.

Title devised by cataloguer based on information on compactus card.

Subjects Palmer, Nettie, - 1885-1964 - Portraits.  |  Women authors, Australian - 20th century - Portraits.  |  Women critics - Australia - Portraits.  |  Women poets - Australia - Portraits.
Occupation Authors.  |  Poets.

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