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Howie, Madeline

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Howie, Madeline


Howie, Madeline

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Madeline Howie is a NZ wrter who describes her writing as biographical fiction. During the Depression in the 1930s she lived in Central Otago, living in a tent even in the bitterly cold weather.

Scope & Content:
Three short stories written by Howie, all set in Central Otago during the Depression:
"Depression Days in Central Otago", typewritten, 2pp, n.d.
"The Black Patent-leather Shoes", photocopy from "New Zealand Monthly Review", Apr 1985
"Brandy", photocopy from "New Zealand Monthly Review", Nov 1985

1930, 1985 1 folder

Dates covered:

Circa 1930 - Circa 1985

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Central Otago District

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