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Literary drafts by Abigail Marshall, [1912?-1925?] [manuscript]
Bib ID 644908
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Marshall, Abigail, 1873-1935
 
Access Conditions Available for reference. Not for loan. 
Description [1912?-1925?] 
8 v. (4 folders). 
Full contents
  • Unpublished playscripts of Abigail Marshall entitled: 1. What every man knows, or, Good night.
  • 2. When half Gods go.
  • 3. Young blood.
  • 4. Dad and Mother.
  • 5. Charity.
  • 6. Nobody's home.
  • 7. Signs of the times.
  • 8. A false balance.
 
Biography/History

Author. Also wrote as Abigail M. Greene. Won the US Players Club (Philadelphia) prize with her play, 'Accomplice. Returned to Australia in 1929.

Notes

Manuscript reference no. : NLA MS 6483.

Subjects Marshall, Abigail, 1873-1935  |  Women dramatists, Australian -- 20th Century.
Occupation Dramatists

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