Kipling Journal: KJ092

Published: Dec 1949

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Contents

PageHeadingAuthor
1Annual luncheon 1949, with address by Sir Malcolm Sargent + 092/07Collins, J.P. (Notes:report)
2SOMETHING OF MYSELF. New Zealand and the South Atlantic queryCollins, J.P. (Notes)
2South Africa. Hot from the South: Archibald Little and KiplingCollins, J.P. (Notes)
3This is Kipling country still: report from the North-West Frontier…[Daily Mail article]
4CHURCH THAT WAS AT ANTIOCH (L&R). Address to NZ branch. Pt 2Allen, Sir Stephen
8United Services College. USC and its Old Boys. Part 2Tapp, Col. H.A.
10Christian. Was Kipling a Christian? Part 1Phillipps, Dr. Dick
13Freemasonry. Freemasonry in Kipling’s works. Pt 1 + Pt 2: 093/07Bazley, Basil M.
14Rudyard Kipling, by Rupert Croft-Cooke. Alan Swallow. $2Naumburg, Carl T. (review)
15BRIDGE-BUILDERS (DW). Who were the bridge builders? R 095/15C1 + R
16Poet. Kipling the poet: ‘…why are the poems so little known…?’C
17Apostolic succession. Kipling and Lt.-General Tucker in BiarritzC
17DAY’S WORK. Doubleday edition with Kipling’s note of appreciationC
17Scots words in R.K.: ‘…one of the little black crummies…’C

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