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Source: The Bulletin, 24 May, 1917, p. 47
Scots of the Riverina single work   poetry   "The boy ran away to the city from his home at Christmas time-"
  • Author:agent Henry Lawson http://www.poetrylibrary.edu.au/poets/lawson-henry
Issue Details: First known date: 1917... 1917 Scots of the Riverina
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Australian Composers and Writers' Association, Melbourne [Meeting Report] Margaret Boyd , 1937 single work column
— Appears in: All About Books , 12 August vol. 9 no. 8 1937; (p. 126)
Brief report of the meeting of 13 July held in the Housewive's Lounge, Howie Court, Collins Street. Edward Turner gave a recital of a selection Tierney's work; Mrs. G. Fielding 'Scots of the Riverina'; Annette Johanson read her short story 'The Fisherman' and Margaret Boyd read her children's story 'After Midnight'. Association President A.C. Walker read a selection oif his own work.
Australian Composers and Writers' Association, Melbourne [Meeting Report] Margaret Boyd , 1937 single work column
— Appears in: All About Books , 12 August vol. 9 no. 8 1937; (p. 126)
Brief report of the meeting of 13 July held in the Housewive's Lounge, Howie Court, Collins Street. Edward Turner gave a recital of a selection Tierney's work; Mrs. G. Fielding 'Scots of the Riverina'; Annette Johanson read her short story 'The Fisherman' and Margaret Boyd read her children's story 'After Midnight'. Association President A.C. Walker read a selection oif his own work.
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