1890-1900, English, Unpublished edition: Poems [manuscript]. Dryblower, 1867-1939.

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Physical Description
  • 1 cm.
Published
  • 1890-1900.
Language
  • English

Edition details

Title
  • Poems
Creator
  • Dryblower, 1867-1939.
Published
  • 1890-1900.
Medium
  • [manuscript].
Physical Description
  • 1 cm.
Subjects
Summary
  • Fifty-five poems roughly bound with an alphabetical index.
Biography
  • Edwin Greenslade Murphy, who wrote under the pseudonym of Dryblower, was born in Castlemaine, Victoria and came to the W.A. to the Calgoorlie goldfields in the early 1890s. He prospected for gold, and wrote verses for the Coolgardie and Kalgoorlie newspapers. In 1910, he settled in Perth and continued to write, mainly for the "Sunday times".
Notes
  • Battye Library, MN 1491, Papers of E.G. Murphy, ACC 4716A.
Numbering Note
  • Detailed listing available (MN 1491)
Access Conditions
  • Available for reference; not for loan.
Language
  • English
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