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Papers, 1952-1984 [manuscript]
Bib ID 479995
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Stones, Margaret, 1920-
 
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Access Conditions Restricted during the author's lifetime. Thereafter, permission to be obtained from the Manuscript Librarian. 
Description [1952-1984] 
28 cm. (2 boxes) 
Summary

Box 1. Letters from: Lord Talbot de Malahide to Margaret Stones, Arnold Hinson, H.J. King, Frank Ludlow, George Sherriff to Margaret Stones. Letter from Stones to Muriel Gossman. Box 2. Letters from Winifred Curtis to Stones and from Stones to Winifred. Tasmania collection notes (1969-1975). Notes for "Endemic flora of Tasmania" (EFT); financial material for EFT; photograph and press clippings of Stones; appendix on cultivation by Lord Talbot; press cuttings on the death of Lord Talbot, Frank Ludlow and Major G. Sherriff.

Biography/History

Margaret Stones was born in Australia but has lived in London since 1951. She studied and trained as an artist at the Swinburne and National Gallery Art Schools in Melbourne. She is the artist of a six-volume work entitled "The Endemic Flora of Tasmania".

Notes

Manuscript reference no.: MS 7476.

Index/Finding Aid Note Preliminary list available. 
Subjects Stones, Margaret, 1920- -- Correspondence.  |  Stones, Margaret, 1920- -- Archives.  |  Women artists -- Australia -- Correspondence.  |  Women artists -- Australia -- Archives.  |  Botanical artists -- Australia -- Archives.  |  Botanical illustration.
Time Coverage 1952-1984 
Occupation Artists
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300 |a28 cm.|a(2 boxes)
500 |aManuscript reference no.: MS 7476.
506 |aRestricted during the author's lifetime. Thereafter, permission to be obtained from the Manuscript Librarian.
520 |aBox 1. Letters from: Lord Talbot de Malahide to Margaret Stones, Arnold Hinson, H.J. King, Frank Ludlow, George Sherriff to Margaret Stones. Letter from Stones to Muriel Gossman. Box 2. Letters from Winifred Curtis to Stones and from Stones to Winifred. Tasmania collection notes (1969-1975). Notes for "Endemic flora of Tasmania" (EFT); financial material for EFT; photograph and press clippings of Stones; appendix on cultivation by Lord Talbot; press cuttings on the death of Lord Talbot, Frank Ludlow and Major G. Sherriff.
545 |aMargaret Stones was born in Australia but has lived in London since 1951. She studied and trained as an artist at the Swinburne and National Gallery Art Schools in Melbourne. She is the artist of a six-volume work entitled "The Endemic Flora of Tasmania".
555 0 |aPreliminary list available.
600 1 0 |aStones, Margaret,|d1920-|xCorrespondence.
600 1 0 |aStones, Margaret,|d1920-|vArchives.
650 0 |aWomen artists|zAustralia|xCorrespondence.
650 0 |aWomen artists|zAustralia|vArchives.
650 0 |aBotanical artists|zAustralia|vArchives.
650 0 |aBotanical illustration.
656 7 |aArtists|2lcsh
856 4 2 |zFinding aid at National Library of Australia|uhttp://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-242390277/findingaid
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