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Lindsay, Lionel, Sir., 1874-1961
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Programme, 1923 Feb 6, : dinner given to Elioth Gruner on the eve of his departure for England by members of the Cavalier Club.

  • F3502
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  • 1923

Programme for dinner given at the Cavalier Restaurant, Sydney, Feb 6th 1923. Includes musical programme with violinist Isabel Barraclough, and pianist Ivy Brown. Toasts proposed: Julian Ashton with reply by Elioth Gruner, Sir H.Y. Braddon and reply by Sydney Ure Smith, G.W. Lambert with reply by Gordon Brady, John Lane Mullins with reply by W. R. Charlton and Ernest Watt with reply by Lord Loughborough. Also includes menu and autographs in pencil on inside back cover: Rose, Mary and Lionel Lindsay, Elioth Gruner, Sydney Ure Smith, Hugh McCrae, Adam McCay and others, possibly Nev Vivers and Tony Jamison. Artwork on front cover of programme.

Papers, [184-]-[195-]

  • F3203
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  • [184-]-[195-]

9 folders containing photocopied manuscripts including: Folder 1 -- Ludwig Leichhardt's letter to B. Graham and P.S. Thomson; J. Gilbert's letter to F. Strange. Folder 2 -- Lionel Lindsay's manuscript of "Addled Art". Folder 3 and 4 -- Lionel Lindsay's typescript of "Discobolus and other verse" with handwritten emendations. Folder 5 -- Henry Lawson's manuscript of "Andy's gone with cattle". Folder 6 -- Henry Lawson's handwritten letter to his sister. Folder 7 -- Henry Lawson's poem "What manner of man is he?". Folder 8 -- Henry Lawson's poem "The child slaves of the fairy west". Folder 9 -- Two black and white photographs of Henry Lawson in his youth.

Lionel Lindsay Gallery