y The Home periodical issue  
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Issue Details: First known date: 1922... vol. 3 no. 1 (Autumn) 1 March 1922 of The Home est. 1920 The Home
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  • Contains a full-page portrait of Bertram Stevens (by Reg Russom, q.v.), the illustration had previously appeared in the Sunday Times. The accompanying caption reads: 'Mr Bertram Stevens died at his home at Lindfield, NSW, on February 14th...He was engaged for many years preparing a volume on "The History of Australian Literature", and it was his wish to have it published this year. This number of the "Home" was the last to be edited by Mr Stevens.' (p. 6)
  • Includes second instalment of John Dalley's serial fiction, 'The Careerist: An Aspect of Sydney Life', pp. 29-30, 32, 69-70, 72, 74, 76, 78, 80, 82.
  • Contains section, 'Repertory Players and Playwrights', which comprises brief biographical notes with accompanying portraits that include the writers, Nora Kelly and Marguerite Dale (qq.v.).
  • Includes an essay by L. Gee, 'The Child and Self Expression', which contains several anonymously published extracts of poems/short stories written by children.


* Contents derived from the 1922 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Bertram Stevens : Reminiscences of J. Le Gay Brereton, J. Le Gay Brereton , 1922 single work obituary (p. 7)
Bertram Stevens, Amy Eleanor Mack , 1922 single work obituary (p. 7)
The Blot, H. C. McKay , 1922 single work short story (p. 8)
Where the Red Gods Call : Beatrice Grimshaw at Home, C. O. S. , 1922 single work biography travel (p. 21, 96)
Note: illus., port.
Australian Humourists III : Steele Rudd, Alfred George Stephens , 1922 single work short story humour (p. 23, 98, 100)
Flame-Colour and Gold, Elizabeth Garner , 1922 single work short story (p. 56, 58)
Australian Women Dramatists, William Moore , 1922 single work biography (p. 86)

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