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Ada A. Holman - papers, 1866-1936, together with papers of William Arthur Holman, 1912-1932

Collection Title
Ada A. Holman - papers, 1866-1936, together with papers of William Arthur Holman, 1912-1932
Repository
Mitchell and Dixson Libraries Manuscripts Collection, State Library of New South Wales
Reference
MLMSS 112
Date Range
1866 - 1936
Description

1866; 'The noblest aim', being ms. poem by E. Kidgell. [Ebenezer Kidgell, journalist, was the father of Ada A. Holman]
Date unknown; 'Abolish servants', being ms. typescript by Icona Klasta [a pseudonym of Ada A. Holman]
Date unknown; 'Australia sighs my heart', song lyrics by Ada A. Holman
1901-1936; Letters received by Ada A. Holman. Correspondents include Bertram Stevens, G.A. Wood, Norman Lindsay, Nellie Melba, Ethel Turner, Henry Lawson and Dorothea Mackellar
1905-1934; Letters received by Ada and Portia Holman from William Arthur Holman [Portia Holman (1903- ) daughter of Ada A. and William Arthur Holman]
1912-1926; Letters received by William Arthur Holman. Correspondents include Edmund Barton and H.G. Wells
1901-1925; Certificates issued to W.A. Holman
1910; Commissions issued to W.A. Holman
1901-1932; Miscellaneous printed items including invitations and menus

Formats
Textual records
Quantity
1 box (0.15 m)

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