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Papers of Violet Braddon

Papers of Violet Braddon
National Library of Australia Manuscript Collection
MS 6943
Date Range
1916 - 1980

A collection of 25 scrapbooks containing letters, invitations, photographs, newspaper cuttings and other papers documenting Lady Braddon's social activities, public campaigns, political interests and
travels. There are also loose letters, travel diaries, publications and cuttings. The correspondence is
mostly with public figures including Sir Robert Menzies, Malcolm Fraser, Sir James Killen, John Carrick, Andrew Peacock, Ian Sinclair, Tony Eggleton, Eric Willis, James McClelland, Lord Mountbatten, Edward Heath and Presidents Lyndon Johnson and Richard Nixon. One scrapbook contains a letter and manuscript of Ethel Turner.

0.75 m
Available for reference. Not for loan.
Finding Aid

Cited In: Guide to collections of manuscripts relating to Australia ; E30.

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