[Notes on Henry Lawson] [manuscript]. 1928-1944.


Franklin, Miles, 1879-1954. [Notes on Henry Lawson] [manuscript].

[Notes on Henry Lawson] [manuscript]. 1928-1944.

Note on Henry Lawson by Miles Franklin, 1944. Also, a 1 page letter to J. C. Davies from John Le Gay Brereton dated 12 August 1928. Brereton encloses a note on Lawson addressed 'To my fellow members of the Henry Lawson Memorial & Literary Society, Footscray'

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