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Correspondence of Manoly Lascaris to Sally Bird, 1983-1990 [manuscript]
Bib ID 3920108
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Lascaris, Manoly, 1912-2003
 
Access Conditions Available for reference. Not for loan. 
Description 1983-1990 
2 cm. (1 folder) 
Summary

One typescript poem O Pug! by Stevie Smith, 1983. One card from Lascaris to Bird, 1990, thanking her for her condolences.

Biography/History

Sally Bird made the acquaintance of Manoly Lascaris and Patrick White while walking her pug in the park. Subsequently Manoly Lascaris sent her a copy of O Pug! by Stevie Smith. Bird's condolence letter to Lascaris is contained in Series 26 of the Papers of Patrick White.

Related Material Papers of Patrick White; located at; National Library of Australia Manuscript collection MS 9982. 
Subjects Lascaris, Manoly, 1912-2003 -- Correspondence.  |  Bird, Sally -- Correspondence.
Time Coverage 1983-1990 
Other authors/contributors Bird, Sally  |  Smith, Stevie, 1902-1971

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