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Sargeson, Frank


biographical statement

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

A.R.D. (Rex) Fairburn literary papers.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-A-125
Scope and Contents Acland, Emmie Adams, W. (2pp) Adult Education Canterbury University College. (7pp). Aickin, Rhoda. E.M. (1pp) Aldrich, Tilli (Frankel). (2pp) Allerton, A.R. (6pp). Alpers, Antony (8pp). Andrews, Isobel (2pp). Angus, Rita (Mackenzie). (1pp) ...
Dates: ca. 1940 - 1957?

Conversations with Frank : a memoir / by William Mitchell.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-A-308
Scope and Contents

A memoir, with addenda, of Frank Sargeson as the author knew him at his Esmonde Road, Takapuna, house, originally in the 1940s but chiefly from the late 1960s till the end of his life. Includes index.

Dates: 1986-11

Conversations with Frank : a memoir. Part 1.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-89/10
Scope and Contents

A memoir of Frank Sargeson from the 1960s to 1982. Photocopy with typescript annotations.

Dates: 1986

Dennis McEldowney literary notes.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-A-176
Scope and Contents

Notes on quoted sources in 'Frank Sargeson in his time', 1976. Includes a copy of letter, Mr J. Traue, Turnbull Librarian, which explains provenance.

Dates: 1976

Frank Sargeson literary manuscript.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-B-9
Scope and Contents

Entitled 'Awake and dream', this holograph was first published as 'I, for one' in Landfall (v.6, June 1952, p.89-139). It was also published in 1954, by Caxton Press, christchurch, as 'I, for One'.

Dates: 1950s

Greville Texidor literary papers.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-A-198
Scope and Contents

Collection contains manuscripts of Texidor's published and unpublished work, translations of two plays by F.G. Lorca, drafts of an unfinished novel, and correspondence with Frank Sargeson, Maurice Duggan and her husband Werner Droescher and others. Digital image of Texidor (box 1, folder 1 available).

Dates: ca 1938 - ca 1970

John Cowie Reid papers.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-89/14
Abstract The papers are unique as being the only papers of a university teacher of English that have survived more or less intact and are in a public institution. The largest series consists of Reid's handwritten lecture notes on English literature from Chaucer to the 1960s, delivered mainly to university classes, but also on a variety of extra-mural occasions at summer schools and the like. His literary efforts occupy two series that consist of research notes and manuscripts of 10 of the...
Dates: 1910 - 1976; Majority of material found within 1932 - 1972

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College teachers -- New Zealand -- Auckland 1
English literature -- 19th century -- History and criticism 1
English literature -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- New Zealand -- Auckland 1
Literature teachers -- New Zealand -- Auckland 1
Poets, New Zealand -- Correspondence 1