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Marjorie Lawrence papers

Overview

Scope and Contents

Biographical Note

Adminstrative Information

Detailed Description

Correspondence

Programs

Publicity

Manuscripts

Awards and Certificates

SIU Material

Financial Matters

Music Scores

Audiotapes

Printed Matter

Newsclippings

Bound Music Scores

Free Standing Volumes

Packages

Other materials


Marjorie Lawrence papers, 1926-1977 | Southern Illinois University Special Collections Research Center

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Collection Overview

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ID: 1/3/MSS 127

Primary Creator: Lawrence, Marjorie

Extent: 98.0 Boxes

Arrangement: Arranged in eight series: (1) Correspondence, (2) Correspondence: Diaries, (3) Manuscripts, (4) Awards and certificates, (5) SIU material, (6) Financial matters, (7) Bound Music Scores, (8) Free standing volumes.

Date Acquired: 00/00/1975

Subjects: Lawrence, Marjorie., Opera, Sheet music, Southern Illinois University Summer Opera Workshop.

Forms of Material: Audiocassettes, Correspondence., Diaries., Manuscripts for publication., Photographs, Scrapbooks, Songs and music.

Languages: English, French, German, Italian

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The Lawrence Papers consists largely of correspondence, programs, and memorabilia documenting the impressive singing career of Marjorie Lawrence, as well as production material from the Opera Theatre documenting her influential teaching career. Also of note in the collection are manuscript versions of Interrupted Melody, numerous music scores, and taped performances of Lawrence as well as the Opera Theatre and her Southern Illinois University Summer Opera Workshop. There is a separate extensive photograph collection of images documenting Marjorie Lawrence and her stage career.  Although the inclusive dates of the collection are 1926 to 1977, the early records are scanty because some materials were lost in Paris during World War II.

Biographical Note

Marjorie Lawrence (February 17, 1907 - January 13, 1979) was an Australian soprano, particularly noted as an interpreter of Richard Wagner's operas. She later served on the faculty of the School of Music at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.

Lawrence was born at Deans Marsh, south of Winchelsea, Victoria. She won a number of vocal competitions when aged in her teens. In 1932 she made her operatic debut in Monte Carlo as Elisabeth in Wagner's Tannhäuser. On 25 February 1933, she made her first appearance at the Opera Garnier in Paris, playing Ortrud in Lohengrin.

Lawrence's physicality and beauty made her popular with audiences and she danced the Dance of the Seven Veils in Richard Strauss's Salome more convincingly than most other sopranos.

On 29 March 1941, at New York City's City Hall, she married Dr. Thomas King, an osteopath and Christian Scientist.

In 1941, in Mexico, Lawrence discovered that she had polio, and was left in a wheelchair as a result. During World War II, she performed in charity concerts in Australia, seated in a chair. A performance as Amneris in Giuseppe Verdi's Aida in Paris in 1946 was well received, but Lawrence retreated from the stage, and instead began to work as a teacher. She retired to her ranch, Harmony Hills, in Hot Springs Arkansas where she taught international students until her death in 1979.

Although best known for her Wagnerian interpretations, Lawrence played in a range of other works, including Salome and Georges Bizet's Carmen. She made a number of excellent recordings, mainly of works by Wagner.

In 1949, Lawrence wrote her autobiography Interrupted Melody. In 1955, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer produced a film based on her book, Interrupted Melody, starring Eleanor Parker as Lawrence; Parker mimed the voice of Eileen Farrell.

Subject/Index Terms

Lawrence, Marjorie.
Opera
Sheet music
Southern Illinois University Summer Opera Workshop.

Administrative Information

Repository: Southern Illinois University Special Collections Research Center

Access Restrictions: Unrestricted access.

Use Restrictions: To quote in print, or otherwise reproduce in whole or in part in any publication, including on the World Wide Web, any material from this collection, the researcher must obtain permission from (1) the owner of the physical property and (2) the holder of the copyright.  Persons wishing to quote from this collection should consult Special Collections Research Center to determine copyright holders for information in this collection.  Reproduction of any item must contain the complete citation to the original.

Physical Access Note: Due to preservation concerns, researchers are required to use digital copies of sound recordings.

Acquisition Source: Gift

Related Materials: Photographs are located in PH 01 Marjorie Lawrence photograph collection

Preferred Citation: [Item], Majorie Lawrence papers, Special Collections Research Center, Southern Illinois University Carbondale.


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Vol. 1 Memento for Marjorie Lawrence from her Colleagues on the Occasion of Her Return to the Metropolitan Opera Company on December 27, 1942.  [autograph album]

Vol. 2 Lawrence, Marjorie.  Interrupted melody: The story of my life.  Carbondale and Edwardsville: SIU Press. [ca. 1949: i.e. 1968]

Vol. 3 Cook, Ida.  We followed our stars.  New York: William Morrow and Company, 1950.  2 copies.  [contains photo of Marjorie Lawrence]

Vol. 4 Musical America, LXVIII, No. 3 (February, 1948).  Contains an advertisement by and for Marjorie Lawrence.

Vol. 5 The Victor book of the opera.  Camden, New Jersey: RCA Manufacturing Company, Inc.  1936.  [contains pictures of Marjorie Lawrence in La Juive and Salome]

Vol. 6 Wagner, Richard.  Tannhauser.  New York: Fred Rullman, Inc.  N.D. (libretto) [contains and advertisement by Marjorie Lawrence]

Vol. 7 Who's who in Arkansas arts and crafts.  Dover, Arkansas Foundation of Fine Art, 1961.  (2 copies)  [contains an article on Marjorie Lawrence's Ranch Opera Workshop]

Vol. 8 Ackland, Donald F.  Moving heaven and earth.  London: Marshall, Morgan and Scott, Ltd., 1949.  [inscribed]

Vol. 9 Anderson, Mary.  Thoughts by forest and sea.  Melbourne: Austral Printing and Publishing Co. Ltd., n.d.  [inscribed]

Vol. 10 Andross, Matilda Erickson.  Alone with God.  Mountain View, California: Pacific Press Publishing Association, 1929.

Vol. 11 Arnold, Sir Edwin.  The song celestial of Bhagvad Gita.  Philadelphia: David McKay Company, 1934.

Vol. 12 Art in Australia, Number 20 (June 1, 1927)  Third Series.

Vol. 13 Australia.  Melbourne: Australian National Travel Association, 1938.

Vol. 14 Australia National Journal, Vol. 5, No. 12 (Nov. 1944)

Vol. 15 The Australian Pictorial Annual 1939.  Richmond, Australia: Robert N. Myers.  1939.

Vol. 16 Bal des Petits Lits Blans 1947.  Theatre National de l'Opera, June 26, 1947.

Vol. 17 Barbanell, Maurice.  Parish the healer.  London: Psychic Press, Ltd., Sixth Impression, 1944.

Vol. 18 Barker, Fred.  Fighting faith.  Seven Hills, New South Wales: Australian Inland Gospel Campaigners, 2 ed.  1950 [inscribed]

Vol. 19 Barnard, Marjorie.  The persimmon tree and other stories.  Sydney: The Clarendon Publishing Company, n.d.  [inscribed]

Vol. 20 Bates, Daisy.  The passing of the Aborigines.  London: John Murray, 1st, Australian edition, 1944.

Vol. 21 Beatty, Bill.  Amazing Australia.  Sydney: John Sands, pty.  Ltd., n.d.

Vol. 22 Beider, Joseph.  Le Roman de Tristan et Iseut.  ParisL L'Edition d'Art, n.d.

Vol. 23 Belasco, David.  The girl of the golden west.  New York: Samule French, Inc.  1933.

Vol. 24 Bertie, Charles H.  Old colonial by-ways.  Sydney: Art in Australia, Ltd.  1928.

Vol. 25 The book of common prayer.  London: Oxford University Press.  [given to Marjorie Lawrence by her sister Eileen upon her departure for Paris, 1928]

Vol. 26 Bowker, William Rushton.  Bizzy quizzy the great.  San Diego: City Printing Company, 1942.  [inscribed]

Vol. 27 Brabte, Olivier.  L'apré route.  Paris: Bloud and Gay, 1922.

Vol. 28 Britten, Benjamin.  Peter Grimes.  New York: Boosey and James Ltd., 1945.

Vol. 29 Britten, Benjamin.  Peter Grimes.  London: John Lane and Booley Head, 1945.

Vol. 30 Burchell, Mary.  Always yours.  London: Mills and Boon Limited.  2nd ed. 1942. [inscribed]

Vol. 31 Bushland, I, No. 4 (annual 1939) [inscribed]

Vol. 32 By love constrained.  n.p., n.d.

Vol. 33 Chotzinoff, Smuel.  A little nightmusic.  New York: Harper and Row, 1964 [inscribed]

Vol. 34 Clark, Brigadier S.F. O.B.E.  The royal tour of Australia (Part III of a series of four Pitkin Pictorial souvenirs).  London: Pitkin Pictorials Ltd., n.d.

Vol. 35 Claypool, James V.  God on a battlewagon.  Philadelphia: Universal Book and Bible House, 1944.  [inscribed]

Vol. 36 Cleary, P.S.  Australia's debt to Irish nation-builders.  Sydney: Angus and Robertson Limited, 1933.  [inscribed]

Vol. 37 Connoly, Roy.  Southern saga.  Sydney: Dymock's Book Arcade, Ltd., 1944.  [inscribed]

Vol. 38 The coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II (Approved souvenir program).  London: Odhams Press Limited, (ca. 1953).

Vol. 39 Cowlishaw, G.K.  The cultivation of Australian native plants.  Sydney: A.E. Richards, n.d.  (2 copies, copy 1 inscribed)

Vol. 40 Crawford, Joan.  A portrait of Joan.  New York: Doubleday and Company, Inc., 1962.  [inscribed]

Vol. 41 Dakin, William J.  Great Barrier Reef.  Melbourne: The Australian National Publicity Association, 1950.

Vol. 42 Day, Walter C.  Today's lines for tomorrow.  Phoenix, Arizona:  The Arizona Printers, Inc., 1942.  [inscribed]

Vol. 43 Dean, Robert J.  Living granite.  New York: The Viking Press, 1949.  [inscribed]

Vol. 44 De La Pasture, Mrs. Henry.  The unlucky family.  London: Henry Frowde and Stroughton, 1914.  [St. Paul's Sunday School, Dean Marsh, First Prize Awarded to Marjorie Lawrence, July 20, 1919]

Vol. 45 Denning, Warren.  Capital city: Canberra today and tomorrow.  Sydney: The Publicist, 1938.

Vol. 46 Dickins, Herbert P.  Victorian orchids.  Melbourne: Sands and McDougall Printers, 1948.  [inscribed]

Vol. 47 D'Ombrian, A.W.  A gallery of gum trees.  Glebe, Australia: Australasian Medical Publishing Company Limited, 1938.

Vol. 48 Double blossoms: Helen Keller anthology.  Compiled by Edna Porter.  New York: Lewis Copeland, 1931.  [inscribed]

Vol. 49 Douglas, Lloyd C.  The robe.  Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1942.  [inscribe]

Vol. 50 Drakeford, John W.  Psychology in search of a soul.  Nashville, Tennessee: Broadman Press, 1964.  [inscribed]

Vol. 51 Drummond, Hattie McFadden.  Hoot owls and orchids.  San Antonio, Texas: The Naylor Company, 1956.  [inscribed]

Vol. 52 Drummond, Henry.  The greatest thing in the world.  New York: Grosset Dunlap, n.d.  [inscribed]

Vol. 53 Duncan, Edmondstoune.  Schubert.  London: J.M. Dent and Sons, Ltd. Reprint, 1931.  [inscribed]

Vol. 54 Dunn, David.  Try giving yourself away.  Scarsdale, New York: The Updegraff Press, Ltd., 1947. [inscribed]

Vol. 55 El-Aref, Aref.  Bedouin love, law, and legend.  Jerusalem: Cosmos Publishing Company, 1944.

Vol. 56 Edridge, Paul.  I bring a sword.  New York: The Fine Editions Press, 1945.

Vol. 57 Emerson, Ralph Waldo.  Essays.  Boston: Houghton Mifflin and Company, 1884.  [signed by Sarah M. Porter, 1885]

Vol. 58 Evatt, H.V.  Rum rebellion.  London: Angus and Robertson, Ltd., 1944, 4th ed.

Vol. 59 Finlayson, H.H.  The red centre: Man and beast in the heart of Australia.  London: Angus and Robertson, Ltd., 1943, 5th ed.

Vol. 60 Flack, Nannette.  Singing can be ecstasy.  New York: Exposition Press, 1965.  [inscribed]

Vol. 61 Fletcher, Vera Blood.  Scrips and scraps.  n.p. [ca. 1952].

Vol. 62 Flowers, Paul.  The greenhouse. (from his daily column in the Commercial Appeal).  Memphis, Tennessee: n.p. [ca. 1952].

Vol. 63 Flowers in colour.  Edited by J.F. Ch. Dix and Walter Roozen. London: Collins, 1948.

Vol. 64 Foster, Roland.  Come listen to my song.  London: Collins, 1949. [inscribed]

Vol. 65 France, Anatole.  Thais.  Translated by Ernest Tristan.  New York: The Modern Library, no. 67, n.d.

Vol. 66 Thais and the crime of Sylvestre Bonnard.  New York: Walter J. Black, Inc., 1932.

Vol. 67 Gala Marjorie Lawrence, Presented by La Radiodiffusion Francaise.  Theatre National du Palais de Chaillot, Oct. 16, 1946.  [plaquette-program No. 2 of 500, specially printed for Marjorie Lawrence]

Vol. 68 Garran, Sir Robert Randolph.  Schubert and Schumann: Songs and translations.  Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 1946.  [inscribed]

Vol. 69 Gay, Peter.  Age of enlightenment.  New York: Time Incorporated, 1966.

Vol. 70 Greenop, Frank S.  Verses of Frank S. Greenop.  Sydney: K.G. Murray Publishing Company, n.d. [inscribed]

Vol. 71 Groudet de Lacretelle, Marie.  Mes joies et mes peines.  n.p., n.d. [inscribed]

Vol. 72 Harris, Thistle Y.  Wild flowers of Australia.  London: Angus and Robertson, 1948.

Vol. 73 Heine, Heinrish.  The book of songs.  Translated by Sir Robert Randolph Garran.  Melbourne: Edward A. Vilder, 1924.  [inscribed]

Vol. 74 Hill, Ernestine.  My love must wait: The story of Matthew Flinders.  London: Angus and Robertson, Ltd., 1944.  [inscribed]

Vol. 75 The horse and its heritage in Tennessee.  [Nashville]: Tennessee State Department of Agriculture, 2nd edition.

Vol. 76 Hovanian, Louise Wheatley Cook.  Teach me to love and other poems.  Kansas City, Missouri: Allan Publications, Sixth Printing, 1955.  [annotated]

Vol. 77 Inspirational and devotional verse.  Comp. by Bob Jones, Jr.

Vol. 78 Jacoway, Peggy.  First Ladies of Arkansas.  Kingsport, Tennessee: Southern Publishers, Inc., 1941.  [inscribed]

Vol. 79 Johnston, Harold Crawford.  The voice of the bush.  Brisbane: Martin W. Kennedy.  [1944]

Vol. 80 Jones, Bob.  Things I have learned: Chapel talks about Bob Jones College.  New York: L.B. Printing Co., Inc., 1944.  [inscribed]

Vol. 81 Wine of morning: A novel of the first century.  Wheaton, IL: Van Kampen Press, 1950.  [inscribed]

Vol. 82 Kain, Ida Jean.  Get in shape.  Philadelphia: David McKay Company, 1944.  [inscribed]

Vol. 83 Kelley, Stan.  40 Australian eucalyptus in colour.  London: Dymock's Book Arcade, Ltd., 1949.  [no. 1750 of 2000 signed by artist]

Vol. 84 Key, Pierre.  The business of singing.  New York: Pierre Key Publishing Corporation, 1937.  [inscribed]

Vol. 85 Kinmont, Joan.  This, my son.  Hobart: Oldham, Beddome & Meredith Pty. Ltd, 1944.  [inscribed]

Vol. 86 Kinnama, J.O. Diggers for facts.  Haverhill, Massachusets: Destiny Publishers, 1940.  [inscribed]

Vol. 87 Kipling, Rudtard.  Selected prose and poetry of Rudyard Kipling.  Garden City, New York: Garden City Publishing Company, Inc., 1937.

Vol. 88 Knoop, Faith Yingling and James R. Grant.  Arkansas: Yesterday and today.  Chicago: J.B. Lippincott Company, 1947.  [inscribed]

Vol. 89 Koenig, Cr. W. L.  The history of the Winchelsea Shire.  [Winchelsea] Colac Herald, n.d.  [engraved on front cover: presented to Miss Lawrence 16th June, 1939]

Vol. 90 Langue Francaise.  Paris: Academia Gaya, n.d.

Vol. 91 Lawson, Henry.  Humorous verses.  London: Angus Roberts, Ltd., 1943.

Vol. 92 The prose works of Henry Lawson, Volume I.  [Sydney]: Home Entertainment Library, 1935.

Vol. 93 The prose works of Henry Lawson, Volume II.  [Sydney]: Home Entertainment Library, 1935.

Vol. 94 Lesage, Alain Rene.  Tucaret.  France: Bordas, 1964. [inscribed]

Vol. 95 Levy, Newman.  Opera guyed.  New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1949.

Vol. 96 A little guide to the island of St. John.  n.p., n.d.

Vol. 97 Lochober, Louis P.  Fritz, Kreisler.  New York: The MacMillan Company, 1950.

Vol. 98 Lyon, Marguerite.  Hurrah for Arkansas!  From Razorbacks to Diamonds.  New York: The Bobbs-Merril Company, 1947.  [signed by author]

Vol. 99 McAuliffe, Nora.  The song maker and other verse.  Sydney, n.p., 1937.  [inscribed]

Vol. 100 Marie, Celine, Sister, Poor Clare.  Graces & favours.  Exeter: Giovanni Serpeentelli, 1926.

Vol. 101 Marsh, Walt.  Oh doctor.  New York: Exposition Press, 1962.  [inscribed]

Vol. 102 Maurois, Andre.  Le cercle de famille.  Paris: Editions Bernard Grasset, 1932.

Vol. 103 Olympio ou la vie de Victor Hugo.  n.p. Hachette, 1954.

Vol. 104 May, Sydney.  The story of Waltzing Matilda.  Brisbane: W.R. Smith & Paterson Pty. Ltd., 1944.  [inscribed; in a special leather binding]

Vol. 105 The story of Waltzing Matilda.  Brisbane: W.R. Smith & Paterson Pty. Ltd., 1944.  [inscribed]

Vol. 106 Meanjin papers.  Vol. 3, No. 2 (Winter, 1944).  Edited by C.B. Christensen. [inscribed]

Vol. 107 Meersch, Maxence Van Der.  L'Empreinte du Dieu.  Paris: Albim Michel, 1936. [award]

Vol. 108 Merimee, Prosper.  Carmen, Mateo Falcone, les ames du purgatoire.  Paris: Librarie Grund, n.d.

Vol. 109 Miller, Francesca Falk.  The collected poetry of Francesca Falk Miller.  Chicago: privately printed, 1956.  [signed by author]

Vol. 110 Mitchell, Elyne.  Australia's Alps.  London: Angus and Robertson Ltd., 1942.

Vol. 111 Molloy, Paul.  And then there were eight.  Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1961

Vol. 112 Monro, Ronald K.  Australian nature stories.  Melbourne: Robertson and Mullens, 2nd edition, 1947.

Vol. 113 Moore, Grace.  You're only human once.  Melbourne: The Invinceble Press, 1944.  [holograph notes on end pages and inside back cover]

Vol. 114 Moresby, Isabelle.  New Guinea-The Sentinel.  Melbourne: Whitcomb and Tombs Pty, Ltd., n.d. [inscribed]

Vol. 115 Neal, Harry Lee.  Wave as you pass.  New Tork: J.B. Lippincott and Company, 1958.  [inscribed]

Vol. 116 Nichols, Beverley.  The Queen's coronation day.  London: Pitkin Pictorials, Ltd., [ca. 1953].

Vol. 117 Official commemorative book jubilee of the Commonwealth of Australia.  Edited and Produced by Oswald L. Zeigler Publications, [ca. 1951].  [inscribed]

Vol. 118 O'Reilly, Bernard.  Green mountains and Cullnbebong.  Brisbane: W.R. Smith & Paterson Pty., Ltd., 1949. [inscribed]

Vol. 119 Paterson, A.B.  The man from Snowy River.  Sydney: Angus & Robertson Ltd., 1935.

Vol. 120 Peacocke, Marguerite D.  The birth of H.R.H. Prince Charles of Edinburgh.  London: H.A. & W.L. Pitkin, [ca. 1948].

Vol. 121 Phillip, Walter M.  Zwielicht Gedichte.  Wien, Austria: Europäischer Verlag, 1937.  [inscribed]

Vol. 122 Pickford, Mary.  Why not try God?  London: Metheun & Co. Ltd., 7th ed., 1936.

Vol. 123 Pictorial New Zealand.  New Zealand: Whitcombe & Tombs, Ltd., n.d. [2 copies, 1 inscribed]

Vol. 124 Poe, Edgar Allan.  The works of Edgar Allan Poe, Volume I.  New York: Frank F. Lovell Book Co., 1902.

Vol. 125 Vol. II.  New York: Frank F. Lovell Book Co., 1902.

Vol. 126 Vol. III.  New York: Frank F. Lovell Book Co., 1902.

Vol. 127 Vol. IV.  New York: Frank F. Lovell Book Co., 1902.

Vol. 128 Vol. V.  New York: Frank F. Lovell Book Co., 1902.

Vol. 129 Vol. VI.  New York: Frank F. Lovell Book Co., 1902.

Vol. 130 Vol. VII.  New York: Frank F. Lovell Book Co., 1902.

Vol. 131 Vol. IX.  New York: Frank F. Lovell Book Co., 1902.

Vol. 132 Vol. X.  New York: Frank F. Lovell Book Co., 1902.

Vol. 133 Poems from the desert.  London: George G. Harrap & Co., Ltd., 1944.

Vol. 134 Porter, Edna.  Mr. Beep, Mrs. Beep, Beep Jr. - A story that's all true.  New York: Edna Porter, 1938.  [inscribed]

Vol. 135 Porter, John D.  Our fertile north.  Melbourne: The National Press Pty. Ltd., n.d.

Vol. 136 Posner, David Louis.  And touch.  Trenton, New Jersey: Phillips and Godshalk Co., 1940.  [inscribed]

Vol. 137 Pratt, N.J.  Many moods.  Toronto: The MacMillan Company of Canada Ltd., 1932.  [inscribed]

Vol. 138 The Psalter: A revised edition of the Scottish metrical version of the Psalms with additional Psalm-versions.  Dublin: Blackie & Son, 1880.  [inscribed]

Vol. 139 Ramsdell, Charles.  San Antonio: A historical pictorial guide.  Austin: University of Texas Press, 1959.  [inscribed]

Vol. 140 Reaney, Mrs. G.S.  Daisy Snowflake's secret.  London: Henry Frowde and Hoddler and Stroughton, n.d.  [St. Paul's Sunday School, Dean's Marsh, First prize awarded to Marjorie Lawrence, 1914]

Vol. 141 Robson, F.D.  Kiwis in captivity.  New Zealand: Whitcombe & Tombs Limited, 2nd edition, 1948.  (2 copies)

Vol. 142 Sanborn, Pitts.  Prima Donna-a novel of the opera, Volume I.  London: Longams, Green and Co., 1929.  [inscribed]

Vol. 143 Volume II.  London: Longams, Green and Co., 1929.

Vol. 144 Saville, Margaret.  H.M. Queen Elizabeth: The Queen Mother.  London: Pitkins, n.d.

Vol. 145 Sherman, Harold.  Your key to happiness.  New York: H.C. Kinsey & Company, Inc., 1935.  [inscribed]

Vol. 146 Siegfried and Kreimhild.  Illus. by Frank C. Pape.  London:  Thomas Nelson & Sons.

Vol. 147 Siepmann, Otto.  Siepmann's primary French course, part I.  London: MacMillan and Co. Limited, 1925.

Vol. 148 Sigma Alpha Iota: Book of facts.  n.p. [1936]

Vol. 149 Souvenir: Grand opera season, June-August, 1924.  [Honoring Dame Nellie Melbal].  Compiled by Claude Kingston.  Sydney: J.C. Williamson, Ltd., 1924.

Vol. 150 Souvenir of New Zealand.  Auckland: The Dawson Printing Co., Ltd., n.d.

Vol. 151 Spellman, Francis Cardinal.  Prayers and poems.  New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1946.  [inscribed]

Vol. 152 Stephensen, P.R.  The foundations of culture in Australia.  Gordon, Australia: W.J. Miles, 1936.

Vol. 153 Stevens, Lyla V.  Around the corner and other bits and pieces of verse and prose.  Melbourne: Modern Printing Co. Pty. Ltd, n.d.  [inscribed]

Vol. 154 Stevenson, Robert Louis.  Poems: A child's garden of verses, underwoods, songs of travel.  London: Thomas Nelson and Sons Ltd., n.d.  [inscribed]

Vol. 155 Stillman, Albert Leeds.  Drums beat in old Carolina.  Chicago: The John C. Winston Company, 1939.  [inscribed]

Vol. 156 Jungle Haven.  Chicago: The John C. Winston Company, 1942.  [inscribed]

Vol. 157 Street, James.  Tap roots.  Garden City, New York: The Sun Dial Press., [c. 1942, ile 1943].  [inscribed]

Vol. 158 A teacher's guide to Tosca.  New York: The Metropolitan Opera Guild, Inc., 1968.

Vol. 159 Tennant, D.  Marvels of the Great Barrier Reef, North Australia, and New Guinea.  Chatswood, N.S.W.: Thomas Tennant, n.d.

Vol. 160 Tennent, Madge.  Hawaiians for victory.  n.p., n.d. [inscribed]

Vol. 161 Theatre complet de Brieux de l'academie Francaise.  Volume 4: L'Engrenage-les remplacantes-maternite.  Paris: Delmaine, Boutelleau et Cie, 1923.

Vol. 163 Tilton, May.  The grey batallion.  Sydney: Angus and Robertson Limited, 1934.  [inscribed]

Vol. 164 The true secret of perfect health and happiness.  Edited by W.G. Murchison.  Melbourne: Jenkin, Buxton & Co. Pty. Ltd., n.d.

Vol. 165 Turner, Marguerite.  Petit Jean: A girl, a mountain, a community.  [Arkansas]L Arkansas Foundation of Fine Arts, 1955.

Vol. 166 Uncommon prayers.  Collected by Cecil Hunt.  London: Hodder and Stroughton Limited, Second Impression, 1949.  [inscribed]

Vol. 167 The Union prayer book for Jewish worship, Part I.  New York: The Central Conference of American Rabbis, 1956.

Vol. 168 Van Patten, Nathan.  Catalogue of the Memorial Library of Music, Stanford University.  Stanford, California: Stanford University, 1950.

Vol. 169 Veraline, Paul.  Parallelement, invectives.  Bibliotheque de Cluny, Volume 28.  Paris: Editions de Cluny, 1939.

Vol. 170 Versets Bibliques À Apprendre.  Comp. by Helen Miller Gould Shepard.  New York: American Tract Society, 1936.  [inscribed]

Vol. 171 Vignaud, Jean.  La Maison du Maltais.  Paris: Librairie Plon, 1926.  [award]

Vol. 172 Vigny, Alfred de.  Cinq Mars.  Volume I.  Paris: Ernest Flammarion, n.d.

Vol. 173 Volume 2.  Paris: Ernest Flammarion, n.d.

Vol. 174 Voltaire, Francois Marie Arouet de.  Candide, L'Ingenu, L'Homme Aux Quarante Ecus.  Bibliotheque de Cluny, Volume 5.  Paris: Editions De Cluny, 1936.

Vol. 175 Wagner, Richard.  My Life.  New York: Tidor Publishing Company, 1936.  [inscribed]

Vol. 176 West Australian wild flowers.  With descriptions by C.A. Gardner.  Perth: West Australian Newspapers Limited, 7th edition, 1950.  [inscribed]

Vol. 177 Whitfield, Irence Therese.  Acadian Folk Songs.  Baton Rouge.  Louisiana State University Press, 1955.

Vol. 178 The wide brown land.  Chosen by Joan S. and George MacKaness.  Sydney: Agnus & Robertson Limited, 1944.  [inscribed]

Vol. 179 Williams, Coralee Gannaway.  Builders of a kingdom:  A history of the Little Rock Conference Woman's Missionary Society of Arkansas, 1873-1923.  Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas, n.p., 1923.  [inscribed]

Vol. 180 Williams, Emlyn.  Night must fall.  New York: Samuel French, 1935.  [annotated]

Vol. 181 Wonderful Australia in pictures.  Melbourne: Color Gravure Publications (The Herald Weekly Times Ltd.), n.d.

Vol. 182 Wordsworth, William.  The poetical works of Wordsworth.  London: Oxford University Press, Humphrey Milford, Reprint, 1936.  [inscribed]

Vol. 183 World-famous paintings.  Edited by Rockwell Kent.  New York: Wise & Company, Inc., 1939.

Vol. 184 Zimmerman, John Lee.  Where the people sing.  New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1946.


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