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Easy in the Sun single work   poetry   "Old Man Collins lights his pipe to advertise the day's begun."
Issue Details: First known date: 2010... 2010 Easy in the Sun
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Notes

  • Author's notes:
    Alfred ('Old Man') Collins was Sir Hans Heysen's neighbour in Billygoat Lane (now Collins Street), Hahndorf.

    "Sallie' is the affectionate name that friends used for Hans's wife Selma (Lady Selma Heysen). She regarded her husband's paintings like 'children' and hated parting with them.

    Sontag's Bakery was located in Main Street, Hahndorf. 'Kuchen' is the German word for 'cake'.

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Subjects:
  • Hahndorf, Mount Barker (SA) area, Adelaide, South Australia,
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