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Albany Historian, 1886-1974.
Stephens, Robert 1936, 'Major Edmund Lockyer', Early Days, Vol. 2, Part 19: 1-9.
Stephens, Robert 1943, 'History of the origin of the town of Albany and its street names', Early Days, Vol. 3, Part 5: 43-45.
Stephens, Robert 1945, 'The first growth of potatoes in Western Australia', Early Days, Vol. 3, Part 7: 17-18.
Stephens, Robert 1950, 'A sweet spot in an old colonial garden: the historical background of the site of the University of Western Australia', Early Days, Volume 4, Part 2: 27-47.
Stephens, Robert 1958, 'Builders of Albany: Alexander Moir, merchant and pastoralist', Early Days, Volume 5, Part 4: 38-51.
Stephens, Robert 1959, 'Mingenew Story', Early Days, Volume 5, Part 5: 59-79.
Stephens, Robert 1961, 'Nakina, Mokare, Waiter: three black brothers of the King George’s Sound tribe of Aborigines', Early Days, Volume 5, Part 7: 65-82.
Stephens, Robert 1962, 'Possessory lien—the first European settlement, King George’s Sound, New Holland (1826-1831)', Early Days, vol. 6, part 1: 23-59.
Stephens, Robert 1963, 'Thomas Brooker Sherratt: Albany merchant, bay-whaler, ship-owner and self-appointed builder and lay reader of Albany's Octagon Church', Early Days, vol. 6, part 2: 49-67.
Stephens, Robert 1967, 'John Wellstead the elder, pioneer settler at Bremer Bay', Early Days, vol. 6, part 6: 21-32.
The Albany Historical Society owns all the papers that form the Robert Stephens collection. They were left to the AHS on his death.
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