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Short stories 1907-1908 [manuscript]
Bib ID 571494
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Dyson, Edward, 1865-1931
 
Access Conditions Available for reference. Not for loan. 
Description 1907-1908 
2 cm. 
Summary

Xerox copy of the proofs of a number of Dyson's stories, containing his handwritten alterations. They were assembled into Two battlers and a bear (Lone Hand 1907-1908).

Biography/History

E. G. Dyson, born in Victoria in 1865 wrote verse and short stories for the Argus, Leader, Punch and Bulletin. His publicatiions include Rhymes from the mines and other lines (1896) Hello soldier! Khaki verse (1919), Below and on top (1898) part of which was reprinted in 1929 as The golden shanty. His novels were The gold stealers (1901) and The roaring fifties (1906) Dyson died in 1931.

Notes

Manuscript reference no. : NLA MS 5628.

Reproduction Photocopies. 
Subjects Dyson, Edward, 1865-1931 -- Archives  |  Authors, Australian -- Archives.
Time Coverage 1907-1908 
Occupation Authors

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