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|Manuscript Name||Papers of S.B. Clark|
|Manuscript Number||MSS 001|
|Last Updated||August 2021|
|Extent||24 cm (2 boxes + 1 folio)|
|Location||Special Collections, UNSW Canberra|
|Abstract||Research material used by S.B. Clark when writing his M.A. thesis 'Vance Palmer : a consideration of his career in Australian letters', University of Sydney, July 1967. The thesis is based on Palmer's published and unpublished works, and also on the unpublished letters, diaries, journals, and note-books of Vance and Nettie Palmer, which are held by the National Library of Australia.|
This collection relates to S.B. Clark (Stephen Barry), and includes research material used when writing his M.A. thesis “Vance Palmer : a consideration of his career in Australian letters”, University of Sydney, July 1967.
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Papers of S.B. Clark, Special Collections, UNSW Canberra, Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra, MSS 001, Box [Number], Folder [Number].
Presented to the Library by S.B. Clark.
The Academy Library, UNSW Canberra, Australian Defence Force Academy holds: 'Vance Palmer : a consideration of his career in Australian letters', by S.B. Clark; thesis submitted for the degree of Master of Arts in the University of Sydney, July 1967, shelf location PR 9619.3 .P345 C5 1967.
Further material relating to S.B. Clark is located in the National Library of Australia, Manuscripts Section, in MS 2255 and MS 6083.
Authors, Australian authors, 20th century.
Vance Palmer 1885-1959
S.B. Clark (Stephen Barry)
Australian Broadcasting Commission
Vance Palmer work notes - manuscript and typescript drafts and roneoed copies of research, 1920-1959
Vance Palmer correspondence - roneoed copies, 1938-1966
Frank Dalby Davison to S.B. Clark, 1966
Vance Palmer to Frank Dalby Davison
Vance Palmer to T. Inglis Moore
Scripts of Palmer's broadcasts for the Australian Broadcasting Commission - roneoed copies from the ABC Archives, Sydney, 1941-1959
'Current books worth reading' various broadcasts
'Tribute to Banjo Paterson', 1941
'This changing Australia : national culture and the outside world', 1942
'Australian writers speak', 1944
'Theodore Dreiser', 1945
'Henry Lawson - Australia's link with Norway', 1948
'Literature and the arts', page 3 only, 1949 (for South African Broadcasting Corporation)
'Literature in this century : fifty years of federation', 1951
'Catherine Spence, Tasma, and Mrs Campbell Praed', 1951
'Kendall and Gordon', 1951
'E. J. Brady', 1952
'Survey of a century' program entitled 'The rise of Australian nationalism (1890-1919)', 1956
'Fifty years of changing literature', 1956
'An Australian outlook in literature : is it desirable?' 1956
'Armchair chat series', including 'If I were a youth again', 1949, and 'The writer and his audience', 1957
Book I, [chapter] iii. short story with manuscript title 'I married a cat', previous title, which has been crossed out 'Old woman of the roads': iii. 'Excuse me ladies and gents' ... 11 p. - annotated roneoed typescript