Robert Langdon; Australian National University. Pacific Manuscripts Bureau.
|Reproduction Notes:||Microfilm. Canberra, A.C.T. : Produced for the Pacific Manuscripts Bureau, Australian National University. 1 microfilm reel.|
|描述：||1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.|
|丛书名：||PMB (Series), 1230.|
|其他题名：||Every goose a swan|
The first published volume of Langdon's autobiography, Every Goose a Swan: An Australian Autobiography (Sydney, Farm Cove Press, 1995) takes the reader up to 1959 when, as a journalist in Adelaide, Langdon was attracted by an advertisement for a 'Journalist-printer wanted for Polynesian islands'. Volumes 2, (? unpublished) of Langdon's autobiography, Ts., 107pp., Chs. 46-65, and Epilogue, gives an account of Langdon's work as a journalist on the Pacific Islands Monthly, his recruitment to the Pacific Manuscripts Bureau by Harry Maude, his experiences at the Australian National University, his expeditions to the Pacific islands, his work for the Australian government's South Pacific Cultures Fund, and his pusuit of his unorthodox views on the migration of the Pacific Islanders.