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Margaret Stones interviewed by Sheridan Palmer in the Australian art from 1950 to the present oral history project
Bib ID 6218101
Format AudioAudio [spoken word]
Author
Stones, Margaret, 1920-, Interviewee
 
Access Conditions Access closed during the lifetime of the interviewee. 
Description 2013 
3 sound files 
Series

Australian art from 1950 to the present oral history project.

Notes

Recorded on 15 February, 5 March and 13 October 2013 in Melbourne, Victoria.

Digital master available National Library of Australia;

Index/Finding Aid Note Summary not yet available. 
Subjects Stones, Margaret, 1920- -- Interviews.  |  Botanical artists -- Australia -- Interviews.
Occupation Artists.
Other authors/contributors Palmer, Sheridan, Interviewer

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