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Type: Text
Title: Letters from Daisy Bates 23/4/44
Author: Bates, Daisy
Issue Date: 23-Apr-1944
Abstract: The heat and flies in April are still causing DMB discomfort and her water supply had been cut off in August without warning. The butcherbird has eaten most of the wrens so she communes with the stars during the long periods of wakefulness at night. She refuses to communicate with the nearby fettlers because they are all “unionists”. She expresses her thanks always for newspapers, magazines and books sent to her by Kilmeny, and says that she passes them all onto the nearest troop settlements.
Call number: MSS 0015
Appears in Collections:Letters from Daisy Bates 1941-1946

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