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Eliza Elsie Morgan Papers

Title
Eliza Elsie Morgan Papers
Repository
JS Battye Library of West Australian History, State Library of Western Australia
Reference
ACC 3509A
Date Range
1876 - 1985
Description

Greetings cards (1933-1938); letter book belonging to the Superintending Engineer in Geraldton dealing with the construction of the Geraldton-Northampton Railway (1876); letters (1923-1985); newspaper cuttings dealing with the Sugar Inquiry (1931-1932); newspaper cuttings on miscellaneous subjects including Women's Service Guild and the Food Control Board (1930-1938); reports connected with the Sugar Inquiry (1931); scrapbook covering the months she spent in the Eastern States on the Sugar Inquiry Committee, consisting of newspaper cuttings, telegrams, postcards, photographs and letters to her family.

Quantity
0.07 m
Finding Aid

Detailed listing available in repository (MN 1191).

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