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Papers of Helen Palmer, 1918-1996 [manuscript]
Bib ID 2594499
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Palmer, Helen G. (Helen Gwynneth), 1917-1979
 
Access Conditions Available for reference. Not for loan. 
Description 1918-1996 
3.5 m. (25 boxes) 
Summary

Consists of correspondence, subject files, personal items, diaries, photographs, manuscripts of unpublished and published works and a large quantity of printed matter. There are letters from Vance, Nettie and Aileen Palmer, Jessie Macleod, Guido Baracchi, Eleanor Dark, Frank Dalby Davison and Katharine Susannah Prichard. There is a thesis by S. B. Clark entitled: Vance Palmer: A Consideration of His Career in Australian Letters.

Biography/History

The second daughter of Vance and Nettie Palmer, Helen Gwyneth Palmer was a writer, teacher and worker for many causes, particularly those associated with her commitment to socialism and communism.

Notes

Manuscript reference: NLA MS 6083.

Related Material Associated materials: papers of Helen and Aileen Palmer are held by the National Library at NLA MS 3044.  Monologue by Helen Palmer, writer; located at; National Library of Australia Oral History collection ORAL TRC 5370. 
Cited In

Guide to collections of manuscripts relating to Australia ; D312

Index/Finding Aid Note Preliminary list available. 
Subjects Palmer, Helen G. - (Helen Gwynneth), - 1917-1979 - Archives.  |  Palmer, Vance, - 1885-1959.  |  Palmer, Aileen, - 1915-1988 - Correspondence.  |  Prichard, Katharine Susannah, - 1883-1969 - Correspondence.  |  Authors, Australian - 20th century - Archives.  |  Women authors, Australian - 20th century - Archives.
Time Coverage 1918-1996 
Occupation Authors
Other authors/contributors Clark, S. B. (Stephen Barry)
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510 4 |aGuide to collections of manuscripts relating to Australia ;|cD312
520 |aConsists of correspondence, subject files, personal items, diaries, photographs, manuscripts of unpublished and published works and a large quantity of printed matter. There are letters from Vance, Nettie and Aileen Palmer, Jessie Macleod, Guido Baracchi, Eleanor Dark, Frank Dalby Davison and Katharine Susannah Prichard. There is a thesis by S. B. Clark entitled: Vance Palmer: A Consideration of His Career in Australian Letters.
544 |dAssociated materials: papers of Helen and Aileen Palmer are held by the National Library at|aNLA MS 3044.
544 1 |aMonologue by Helen Palmer, writer;|elocated at;|aNational Library of Australia Oral History collection ORAL TRC 5370.
545 |aThe second daughter of Vance and Nettie Palmer, Helen Gwyneth Palmer was a writer, teacher and worker for many causes, particularly those associated with her commitment to socialism and communism.
555 0 |aPreliminary list available.
600 1 0 |aPalmer, Helen G.|q(Helen Gwynneth),|d1917-1979|vArchives.
600 1 0 |aPalmer, Vance,|d1885-1959.
600 1 0 |aPalmer, Aileen,|d1915-1988|vCorrespondence.
600 1 0 |aPrichard, Katharine Susannah,|d1883-1969|vCorrespondence.
650 0 |aAuthors, Australian|y20th century|vArchives.
650 0 |aWomen authors, Australian|y20th century|vArchives.
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700 1 |aClark, S. B.|q(Stephen Barry).
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