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Papers, 1800-1936. [manuscript].

Title
Papers, 1800-1936. [manuscript].
Repository
State Library of Victoria
Reference
Accession no: MS 6107; MS 7856; M 6058
Date Range
1800 - 1936
Creator
Hurst, William Peter
Description

A collection of the papers of W.P. Hurst, which include the correspondence of Henry Gullett, a former editor of The Australasian (1872-1885). The papers consist mainly of correspondence with Australian authors, the two largest groups of which are the papers of Zora Cross (1921-1936) and 73 letters of Roy Bridges (1927-19##). Smaller sections include articles by Rolf Boldrewood. Also a volume containing early 19th century autograph letters and envelopes (shelved at MS FB 6 (EX BOX 169A)). Also a press cuttings volume containing articles written by W.P. Hurst, January - May 1913 (shelved at MS FB 11 (EX BOX 486/2)).

Quantity
0.33 m
Access
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