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Typescript play and program 1975 [manuscript]
Bib ID 2896939
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Howie, Virginia C
 
Access Conditions Available for reference. Not for loan. 
Description 1975 
2 cm. 
Summary

Typescript copy of "Rachel Henning" a play adapted from the letters of Rachel Henning by Virginia Howie, Ken Armstrong, Hilary Bligh and Susan Wratten; also program of its first production, Hunter's Hill, 1975.

Biography/History

The play "Rachel Henning" was first presented by the Hunter's Hill Dramatic Club in November 1975. Henning left England in 1854 aged 28, and made her home in Australia and Hunteer's Hill. Her letters written to England, published in 1951 (with illustrations by Norman Lindsay) "have become a classic of English literature" Sydney Morning Herald, 26 Nov. 1975.

Notes

Manuscript reference: NLA MS 6096.

Typescript.

Subjects Henning, Rachel, 1826-1914.
Occupation Dramatists.
Other authors/contributors Armstrong, Ken  |  Bligh, Hilary  |  Wratten, Susan
Also Titled

Rachel Henning

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