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Papers of Bernard Ringrose Wise, 1897-1898 [manuscript]
Bib ID 1462994
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Wise, B. R. (Bernhard Ringrose), 1858-1916
 
Access Conditions Available for reference. Not for loan. 
Description 1897-1898 
14 p. (1 folio folder) 
Summary

The collection comprises the following: 1 folio containing legal documents, entitled 'Federal Convention, Adelaide, 1897'; and 1 bound scrapbook entitled 'Federal Convention 1897'. The scrapbook includes two handwritten letters (13 Feb 1898 and 20 Feb 1898) from A. Inglis Clark. There is also one printed copy of a letter from Inglis (6 Feb. 1891).

Notes

Photocopy.

Manuscript reference no. : NLA MS 1708.

Subjects Clark, A. Inglis, (Andrew Inglis), 1848-1907 -- Correspondence.  |  Wise, B. R. (Bernhard Ringrose), 1858-1916 -- Archives.  |  Australia. Constitutional Convention (1897 : Adelaide, S.A.)  |  Politicians -- Australia -- Archives.
Occupation Federal politicians.
Other authors/contributors Clark, A. Inglis (Andrew Inglis), 1848-1907

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