Papers of Sydney Tomholt [manuscript]. 1919-1973.


Tomholt, Sydney, 1884-. Papers of Sydney Tomholt [manuscript].

Papers of Sydney Tomholt [manuscript]. 1919-1973.

Includes drafts and research notes for plays on Governor Macquarie, manuscripts of other plays, short stories, film reviews, and photographs. Includes correspondence with Tom Inglis-Moore, Michael Noonan, A. V. H. Hartendorp, C. K. Bliss, R. D. Fitzgerald, Hugh McCrae, R. G. Howarth, Nancy Keesing, Rosemary Dobson, David Rowbothanm and Leslie Rees.

2.8 m (20 boxes) + 3 fol. items.

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