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Letters from wife Grace

Delighted at telegram from Auckland announcing Clark on way home, news of family &
friends, (1903); Wendell's letter, love to "Esma and Nosey", thinking of him in court. Written
from Turner's Hotel, Ulverstone.
(2 letters)

Letters from son Conway

Written from Cambridge, Mass. U.S.A. (1905) and New York (1907): family, experience in
architects office, competition for design of Chicago Court House, supply of 500 Chinese for
Panama Canal, Roosevelt, Hancock Building.
(7 letters)

Luigi Blotto

Letters written in Italian with typed translations. He writes of a voyage to Yokohama, the Pacific, San Francisco and a return to Italy, Clark's progress in Italian, warm greetings to Clark, his family and Tasmania

Nicholas J. Brown

Letter to Andrew Inglis Clark, Tasmania from Nicholas J. Brown, 18 Feb 1887 praising Clark's abilities and his defence of Mr. Moore

Luigi Blotto

Letters written in Italian with typed translations. He writes of a voyage to Yokohama, the Pacific, San Francisco and a return to Italy, Clark's progress in Italian, warm greetings to Clark, his family and Tasmania

Commercial Bank of Tasmania Ltd

Letter to Andrew Inglis Clark from the Commercial Bank of Tasmania Ltd, 24 Jan 1898, regarding Clark's release from a guarantee to W.J. Williams at the request of Sir E. Braddon.

Emma S. Colcleugh

Letter to Andrew Inglis Clark, Tasmania, from Emma S. Colcleugh, 4 Aug 1898, regarding Clark's appointment as a judge.

Eustace Conway

Letter to Andrew inglis Clark, Tasmania, from Eustace Conway, New York, U.S.A., 2 Jan 1903 with thanks for the gift of a book.

Pope Alexander Cooper

Letters to Andrew Inglis Clark, Tasmania, from Pope Alexander Cooper, Brisbane, 3 June 1905 - 30 Aug 1906, regarding Cooper's attempt to have Queensland judges exempted from income tax. Sir Pope Alexander Cooper KCMG (12 May 1846 – 30 August 1923) was an attorney-general and a chief judge of the Supreme Court of Queensland, Australia.

Moncure Daniel Conway

Letters to Andrew Inglis Clark, Tasmania, from Moncure Daniel Conway, 11 Oct 1883 - 2 Dec 1905 about Conway's lecture tour of Australia, his visit to Tasmania, publications by Conway and others, political events in Britain and America and religious topics.
Moncure Daniel Conway (March 17, 1832 – November 15, 1907) was an American abolitionist.

George E. Crump

Letter to Andrew Inglis Clark, Tasmania, from George E. Crump, U.S.A., 6 April 1891. Crump sent Clark an American flag and a copy of a New York Sunday newspaper.

Alfred Deakin

Letters to Andrew Inglis Clark, Tasmania from Alfred Deakin 18 Jan 1901-8 July 1905 regarding Federation; the High Court and the possibility of Clark becoming a judge; and Federal politics.

William R. Deeble

Letter from William R. Deeble to Andrew Inglis Clark, Tasmania, 27 September 1905, regarding employment prospects for Clark's son in the Tamanian Government Railways, and application form

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