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Collection of papers relating to Sir John Longstaff and Reginald Longstaff, 1902-1941 [manuscript]
Bib ID 763139
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Access Conditions Letters from the King's advisors closed. Other material available for reference. Not for loan. 
Description 1902-1941 
1 cm. 
Summary

A collection of letters written to or about Sir John Longstaff and including 2 documents relating to his son Reginald Longstaff. Correspondents include Sir Arthur Fadden, William Morris Hughes, N.G. Holman, Sir John Monash, Dame Nellie Melba and Archbishop Mannix.

Notes

Manuscript reference no. : NLA MS 2304.

Cited In

Guide to collections of manuscripts relating to Australia ; B1092.

Subjects Longstaff, John, - Sir, - 1861-1941.  |  Longstaff, John, - Sir, - 1861-1941 - Correspondence.  |  Longstaff, Reginald.
Time Coverage 1902-1941 
Other authors/contributors Longstaff, Reginald

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