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dc.contributor.authorBates, Daisy-
dc.descriptionScanned from the copies held by Rare Books and Special Collections as part of the Daisy Bates Papers, MSS 572.994 B32ten
dc.descriptionThe Barr Smith Library recognises the moral rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the owners of their knowledge. To this end, Special Collections is digitising the Daisy Bates Papers in our collections to enhance access for people who cannot travel to Adelaide. Please be aware that this site may contain sensitive information, including the names and images of people who have passed away and which may sadden and distress some Aboriginal people. This site may also contain language and terms used by an author that reflect an inappropriate attitude due to the historical context in which these records were created.en
dc.description.abstractCopies of letters sent 1930-44, including to George Robertson 1930 re possible publication of her stories, myths and legends collected from Aboriginal people.en
dc.format.extent1. MS of 2 p., one double-sided 2. 3 p. typescript 3. 4 p. typescript plus 1 p. 4. 2 p., 3 p.en
dc.subject.otherWynbring Siding (S.A.), Kabbarli, Australian Aborigines, South Australia, Miss Howie, Ooldea (S.A.), Wirilya, Mrs Hosking, Myths and legends, Mrs Wylde, Angus and Robertson, George Robertson, Mrs Langloh Parker, The Advertiser, Pyap (S.A.)en
dc.titleSeries 10, Section 1: Copies of letters sent 1930-44, including to George Robertson 1930 re possible publication of her myths and legendsen
Appears in Collections:Papers etc. Series 10: 'Correspondence 1929-32, 1938, 1944-47'

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Series 10.1.1.pdf1. Miss C.W. Howie. DBNS, 26 December, 1944Letter to Miss Howie, describing Christmas at Wynbring Siding and the people’s delight at having their Kabbarli back and a Christmas pudding served up to about 25 people, together with damper and jam. 7.84 MBAdobe PDFView/Open
Series 10.1.2.pdf2. Mrs. Hosking. typescript copy, 21 December 1944 .Daisy Bates is anticipating the making of a Christmas pudding for her “old natives” who remembered DMB from her Wirilya and Ooldea Camps (1919-1935) and who now collect at Christmas 1944 near her camp at Wynbring Siding, 700 miles east of Ooldea with their children and grandchildren, to reminisce about those former times.7.11 MBAdobe PDFView/Open
Series 10.1.3.pdf3. George Robertson. 28 July 1930, re possible publication of her myths and legends. Letter of 28 July 1930 to George Robertson of Messrs Angus and Robertson (Publishers), Melbourne, in which she canvasses a future book of the Aboriginal legends she has collected from groups all over Western Australia, the Great Bight and south Central Australia. DMB discusses financial backers for the larger works. ” [The] myths will pay” but the material for the History of the W.A. tribes and the over one hundred vocabularies “would not pay”.5.14 MBAdobe PDFView/Open
Series 10.1.4.pdf4. Mrs. Constance Wylde. Two letters from DMB 22.12.36 and 25 12.38 to Mr and Mrs Wylde and their 3 daughters.9.02 MBAdobe PDFView/Open
Series X.1.1 Transcription.docx1. Miss C.W. Howie. - Transcription16.6 kBMicrosoft WordView/Open
Series X.1.4 Transcription.docx4. Mrs. Constance Wylde - Transcription16.48 kBMicrosoft WordView/Open

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