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Diaries of Charles Fenner, 1931-1937 [manuscript]
Bib ID 3797717
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Fenner, Charles, 1884-1955
 
Access Conditions Available for reference. Not for loan. 
Description 1931-1937 
4 cm. (3 v.) 
Summary

Includes three typescript volumes : Diaries of Charles Fenner : 1931 trip to Europe; Diaries of Charles Fenner : 1937; trip to North America and Europe, part one'; 'Diaries of Charles Fenner : 1937 trip to North America and Europe, part two'. Transcribed from the original diaries by Frank Fenner. Transcripts also include illustrations photocopied from the original diaries.

Biography/History

Charles Fenner was an educationalist, geographer and author. Born on 18 May 1884 at Dunach, Victoria. Father of Frank Fenner.

Notes

Typescript copies.

Subjects Fenner, Charles, 1884-1955 -- Diaries.  |  Europe -- Description and travel.  |  North America -- Description and travel.
Time Coverage 1931-1937 
Other authors/contributors Fenner, Frank, 1914-2010
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