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y The Home periodical issue  
Note: Cover design.
Issue Details: First known date: 1921 vol. 2 no. 4 (Summer) 1 December 1921 of The Home est. 1920
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* Contents derived from the 1921 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Christmas There and Herei"By England's surf the Yule-log glows, for it is Christmas-tide;", John Dalley , 1921 single work poetry (p. 13)
Note: Written as: J. B. Dalley.
An Illustration by Joyce Dennys : For Amy Eleanor Mack's 'Bushland Stories', 1921 single work review
— Review of Bushland Stories Amy Eleanor Mack 1910 selected work children's fiction ;
(p. 14)
Note: col. illus.
A Visit to Heysen, Freda Sternberg , 1921 single work biography (p. 16-17, 97)
Note: illus., ports
The Transplanted Artist, Norman Lindsay , 1921 single work criticism
Norman Lindsay's emphatic response to an after-dinner speech that was delivered to the Society of Artists by George Lambert. Although Lindsay's discussion deals predominantly with Australian art and artists, there is a brief section subtitled, 'The Value of Hugh McCrae's Poetry'.
(p. 18-19, 91-92, 94, 96-97)
Note: illus., ports
The Small World I : Ceylon, Colin Duncan , 1921 single work prose travel
'Captain and Mrs Colin Duncan undertook an interesting tour by motor through Ceylon, India and (later) France. Captain Duncan, who is well known in Australia as A.D.C. to the former Governor-General, Sir Ronald Munro Ferguson, has recorded his impressions for "The Home" in a short series of articles, of which this is the first.' (appears under title)
(p. 20-21, 90)
Note:
  • Written as: Captain Colin Duncan
  • illus., ports
The Unusual Gift of Evadne, L. H. Corbett , 1921 single work short story humour romance (p. 24, 69-70)
Australian Humourists II : Henry Lawson, Alfred George Stephens , 1921 single work short story humour (p. 26-27)
The Nomadi"My heart is a wild bird", Alexander G. Steven , 1921 single work poetry (p. 27)
Voyaging, Nettie Palmer , 1921 single work prose travel (p. 70, 73)
Laughingi"I love the way that people's eyes curl up with", Sybil S. Dutton , 1921 single work poetry (p. 88)
At a Heifetzky Concert, S. Elliott Napier , 1921 single work short story humour (p. 98, 100)
Note: Written as: S. E. Napier.

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