Item F3397 - Dig, 1937: a drama of central Australia / by Frank Clune.

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F3397

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Dig, 1937: a drama of central Australia / by Frank Clune.

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  • 1937 (Creation)

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[5], 305 l.; 28 cm.

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(1893-1971)

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Typescript [carbon copy] on single-sided quarto size paper, comprising title-page showing Clune's address as 'Marengo', Princes Avenue, Vaucluse, Sydney; dedication page; foreword; contents page; and 305 leaves of double-space typescript.
Original typed manuscript of 'Dig: a drama of central Australia', published in 1937 by Angus & Robertson, being the story of Burke and Wills and their explorations in Central Australia in the mid 19th century.

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  • English

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Clune, F. (1937). Dig: a drama of Central Australia. Sydney: Angus and Robertson.

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Handwritten note by the author on his professional letter head dated 21 April 1937 to "Dear Noel [Noel Pearson]: Herewith copy of Dig for your collection. Yours sincerely, Frank Clune."

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Migrated

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Migrated from LMS: April 2019, P.A.

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