Notes, Guthrie-Smith of Tutira, Chapter Three

Woodhouse, Airini
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Notes and documents associated with chapter three of Guthrie-Smith of Tutira, a biography by Airini Woodhouse.

These notes include: a letter from the Alexander Turnbull Library commenting on their copy of Crispus by W H Guthrie-Smith; typed notes for chapter 9 and 10 of Crispus by Guthrie-Smith; a letter about a copy of Crispus; a letter from the law firm Carlile, Mclean, Wood, Sorrell and Dobson to Mrs Barbara Absolom explaining that they do not have a copy of the partnership document between Guthrie-Smith and Cunningham and that there may never have been one; notes on the building of Tutira Station, chapter three of Guthrie-Smith of Tutira by Mrs Airini Woodhouse;
drawing of the Tutira brand; a typed copy of a letter to Mrs Barbara Absolom from Tom J Stuart in which he writes of the history of Tutira Station; a typed note about the name Crispus; eleven newspaper cuttings of reviews of Crispus; typed copies of the Tutira diary from 1888 and 1890.
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Typed and drawn in ink on paper.
Height x Width: 270 x 220mm
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gifted by Barbara Absolom
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