Notes from Lorimer Fison
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Alfred W. Howitt Collection
Notes and references comprising titles of books, extracts, and comments, from a number of publications including those by Robert Dawson (pastoralist), John McKinlay (explorer), William Landsborough (explorer), and others (see original Howitt Collection summary sheet). Comparisons drawn between Australian Aborigines and people from Fiji and New Hebrides (Tana). On page two of the covering letter associated with these notes, Lorimer Fison writes that he had visited the Public Library and 'put in an hour's reading or more ... I send you the results'.
Notes, handwritten in pencil, undated. Eighteen sheets, seventy pages. Some text in French. On letterhead of 'Institution Ethnographique de Paris. Le Delegue Correspondant a Fiji'. Condition: good.