Reference to the index of the short stories, children's stories and articles by E. Cowgill Tranmar
Tranmar, E. Cowgill (2010) Reference to the index of the short stories, children's stories and articles by E. Cowgill Tranmar. University of Tasmania Library Special and Rare Materials Collection, Australia. (Unpublished)
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Short stories, children's stories and articles by E. E. or E. Cowgill Tranmar of Tasmania and Melbourne, and other newspaper cuttings from Tasmanian and Victorian papers of the 1880s and 1890s, including references to Buckland and the East Coast and to Burnie High School.
Ellie Tranmar, nee Cowgill, was the wife of Rev. Herbert Tennant Tranmar, Anglican clergyman, incumbent of St.John's, Bucklandc1885-9 and headmaster of Burnie High School c 1895. See also "Rectory novelist" by Hilda Bridges in Australian Woman's Mirror 6 December 1950(B.4.1/5/175)
Cuttings of stories, articles etc. 1880s -1890s
Volume of press cuttings of stories, children's stories and articles by E.E. Tranmar (Mrs Ellie Tranmar) and E. Cowgill Tranmar, including: "A yuletide mystery", E.E. Tranmar, St. Kilda Advertiser; stories in "Children's Comer" of the Tasmanian Mail by
E. C. Tranmar: "No room at the Inn", "The wonder seeker" (24 Mar. 1888), "A boy's ghost story", "A railway navvy's story by Punchinello"; "The mystery of Gabo Island, a story of Australian life" by "E.E. T" a Melbourne lady from Australian Half Holiday a penny comic paper (ms. alterations); notice of Christmas stories by Mrs Ellie Tranmar and Miss Evelyn Bracket, Tasmanian ladies both residents of Buckley, to be published by J. Walch & Sons [dec.1887]; paper on "5 years on the East Coast of Tasmania" read by Mrs Tranmar before the Austral Salon, and cuttings about Buckland (Mrs Tranmar organist) and Mrs Meredith; "A week in the hills" by "Fan"; "On strike" by E.C.T. (Sheffield [UK.] strike); IDS. poem by Agnes Tranmar; "Cruel as the grave" by Miss Theodora Holloway"
Also cuttings of advertisement for Burnie High School-headmaster Rev. H. T. Tranmar, formerly precenter of All Saints Choir St. Kilda, and reports of speech day c 1895 (including science prize for 1895and prize for mapping, printing and book keeping to Agnes H. C. Tranmar and dux of junior school Annabel Tranmar); advertisement for Atherstone College, Sandringham, a high school and preparatory school for boys: Mrs and the Misses Tranmar; bazaar and concert programmes in aid of North Melbourne High School "cot" endowment for Children's Hospital (Mrs Tranmar "President"); obituary of Sir. Robert Hamilton ; wedding gift for Duchess of York.
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