Papers of Norman McCance [manuscript]. 1894-1972.


McCance, Norman, 1891-1973. Papers of Norman McCance [manuscript].

Papers of Norman McCance [manuscript]. 1894-1972.

The papers consist of correspondence with people such as Sir Keith Murdoch, Jeannie Gunn and Sir William Creswell, typed and handwritten autobiographical material, booklets on wrestling, wildlife and Rudyard Kipling, photographs, a copy of Victorian Fistiana, 1860, and newscuttings on wrestling. His articles on wildlife from 30 May 1962 to 27 December 1972 can be found in the The Weekly Times.

9 cm.

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