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Jim Gibbney reminisces about the life and letters of Robert Harvison
Bib ID 6485642
Format AudioAudio [spoken word, audiocassette]
Author
Gibbney, H. J. (Herbert James), 1922-1989, Speaker
 
Access Conditions Access to be determined. 
Description 1980 
1 sound cassette (approximately 21 min.) 
Summary

Jim Gibbney comments on the letters of Mr R.H. Harvison who was the proprietor of the Moruya Examiner between 1872 and 1925. Gibbney talks briefly on the life of Harvison and his origins. Gibbney goes through the letters chronologically and comments on the main points of each.

Notes

Recorded in January 1980.

Digital master available National Library of Australia;

Subjects Harvison, Robert Henry, 1848-1925 -- Anecdotes.  |  Moruya Examiner -- Anecdotes.  |  Moruya Examiner -- History.  |  Businessmen -- Conduct of life.  |  Businessmen -- New South Wales -- Moruya -- Anecdotes.  |  Moruya (N.S.W.) -- History.

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