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Papers of Phillip L. (Phillip Lawrence) Harris

Title
Papers of Phillip L. (Phillip Lawrence) Harris
Repository
National Library of Australia Manuscript Collection
Reference
MS 3915
Date Range
1928 - 1971
Description

Papers relate to the period Harris spent in England. They include correspondence between P. Harris and Hugh Dash, Press Secretary to Prime Minister Menzies, 1954-1960. Letters discuss the Prime Minister, Dame Pattie Menzies, Lady MacMillan, and the political situation in Australia. Also included are correspondence with lawyers, abstracts of letters and notes all relating to Harris's struggle to bring his son back from Belgium, where his mother had fled with him. Papers also include newspaper clippings relating to the World War I trench paper "Aussie" of which P. Harris was editor.

Quantity
0.02 m

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