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Tennyson Smith Tennyson Smith i(A44021 works by) (birth name: Tennyson Launcelot Smith) (a.k.a. T. L. Smith)
Born: Established: 1858 Melbourne, Victoria, ;
Gender: Male
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Tennyson Smith worked variously as an actor and a journalist. For a time he was a member of the literary department of the Brisbane Telegraph.

Smith is the son of Melbourne journalist James Smith (q.v.).

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  • Not be be confused with E. Tennyson Smith (1850-1925), the English evangelist and teetotaller who visited Australia in 1893-1894, and again in 1920 and 1924. (Reference to Smith's Australian visits can be found in his autobiography From Memory's Storehouse (1925).)

  • Not to be confused with T.L. Smith, author of dark romances.

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