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Record 26 of 1850
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Manuscripts [18--]-[19--] [manuscript]
Bib ID 2745182
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Quinn, Roderic, 1869-1949
 
Access Conditions Available for reference. Not for loan 
Description [18--]-[19--] 
69 p. 
Summary

Manuscripts of Australian authors, chieftly of Roderic Quinn, but also of Henry Kendall, David McKee Wright, Arthur Findlay, Will Ogilvie and Dorothy McCrae.

Biography/History

Poet and author.

Notes

Manuscript reference: NLA MS 3415.

Source of Acquisition Sir John Ferguson Collection. 
Subjects Quinn, Roderic, 1869-1949 -- Archives.
Occupation Authors.
Other authors/contributors Kendall, Henry, 1839-1882  |  Ogilvie, Will H. (Will Henry), 1869-1963  |  Wright, David McKee, 1869-1928  |  McCrae, Dorothy Frances, 1878-1937  |  Findlay, Arthur

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