Item F1544 - Letter, 1974 Nov. 7 : Lota, to Clifford Law.

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F1544

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Letter, 1974 Nov. 7 : Lota, to Clifford Law.

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  • 1974 (Creation)

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4 leaves; 34cm.

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(1901-1975)

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Paul Ambrose Tripcony was born on 12 April 1901 at Myora Mission, on North Stradbroke Island. His parents were Thomas Buchanan Tripcony (1870-1958) and his wife, Mary Rose Tyrrell Rollins (1867-1939). Paul Tripcony was one of eight children. He worked as a grader driver, machinery man, and roadmaker. Tripcony was interested in Australian aborigines and their culture and collected aboriginal artefacts. He had an extensive collection of both Australian and overseas literature, which covered his wide range of interests from politics to poetry. Paul Tripcony died on 12 August 1975.

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Letter to Clifford Law in reply to request for material relating to the 1930's Depression in Queensland; gives list of books, with comments and personal recollections. Holograph.

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Migrated

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Migrated from LMS: April 2019, P.A.

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