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Letter and autographs, 1901-1920 [manuscript]
Bib ID 2690850
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Roberts, Tom, 1856-1931
 
Access Conditions Available for reference. Not for loan. 
Description 1901-1920 
2 items (1 p. + 1 fol. item) 
Summary

Letter, 1920 Mar. 31 Athenaeum Hall, [Melbourne, Vic.?] to the Hon. Elliott [i.e. Elliot] Johnson, Speaker, [Parliament House, Canberra] by Tom Roberts, offering the Parliament an oil sketch of the opening of the Commonwealth Parliament and two sheets of parchment with the signatures of nearly all those who sat for the official painting of the opening by Tom Roberts. Also includes the list of signatures itself, 1901-1903.

Notes

Manuscript reference no. : NLA MS 2241.

Subjects Roberts, Tom, 1856-1931 -- Correspondence.  |  Johnson, William Elliot, Sir, 1862-1932 -- Correspondence.  |  Australia. Parliament. -- Records and correspondence.  |  Australia. Parliament -- History.
Time Coverage 1901-1920 
Other authors/contributors Johnson, William, Sir, 1862-1932

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