Australian newspapers - Kipling : manuscript, 1900-1936.


Livingston, Flora Virginia Milner, 1862-,. Australian newspapers - Kipling : manuscript, 1900-1936.

Australian newspapers - Kipling : manuscript, 1900-1936.

Newspapers collected by Margaret Windeyer, sent to Harvard by Jane Windeyer, and compiled into a scrapook by Flora V. Livingston. Includes correspondence of Flora V. Livingston, Margaret Windeyer, and Jane Windeyer, 1936-1945.

1 v. (30 numb. leaves)

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