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Examines three Mitchell Libraries manuscripts on the life of Louisa Lawson, one written by herself, and two by her daughter Gertrude, and discusses their role as sources of some of Henry Lawson's stories.
Revised version of a paper given at the ASAL conference in Canberra, May 1979.
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