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Milson family - newscuttings and other miscellaneous material, 1880-1955

Series Title
Milson family - newscuttings and other miscellaneous material, 1880-1955
Repository
Mitchell and Dixson Libraries Manuscripts Collection, State Library of New South Wales
Reference
MLMSS 6011/4/2
Date Range
1880 - 1955
Creator
Dunlop, Eliza Hamilton (1796 - 1880)
Ford, John & Yarrington, William Henry Hazell
Description

Includes notes, correspondence, scripts of 2 plays - The land and its people. James Milson by John Ford and The cousins of Aledo by E.H. Dunlop; University prize poem and other verses by Rev. W.H.H. Yarrington (1880); Christ Church Lavender Bay Parish paper (3 editions 1928-30). The newscuttings mainly relate to the Milson family and the Warspite.

Formats
Manuscript
Quantity
1 box (0.09 m)
Access
This material is held offsite and can take up to four days to retrieve.

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