Aboriginal Australians -- Queensland -- North Stradbroke Island

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Papers and photographs relating to Moongalba and Moolgunfun

  • F3696
  • Item
  • [18--?]

Handwritten history of Moongalba including hand drawn map with names of inhabitants (9 p.) -- "Grannies Moongalba history" list of Grannies of Moongalba -- 'Australian Aboriginal legend of the lightnings playground on Moreton Island (Moolgunfun) -- four handwritten partial pages -- one newspaper cutting from the Telegraph Feb 28 1936 on Sam Rollands -- two photographs of Paul Tripcony's grandmother Sydney Rollands (mother of Sam Rollands) -- photograph of Paul Tripcony aged about 22, inscribed to Dear Vince with best wishes from Paul -- photograph of Fernandez Gonzales and family showing dugong fillets -- photograph of early Amity.

Tripcony, Stacia

Paul Tripcony Papers

  • UQFL122
  • Collection
  • 1888-1975.

Certificates and testimonials, outgoing and incoming correspondence, photographs, financial papers, booksellers' catalogues and newsletters, publishers' announcements, political and pressure group leaflets, maps of Moreton Bay Islands, notices and plans of Moreton Bay land for sale, newspaper cuttings, subject files on people and organisations, periodicals, notes and notebooks.
Most papers cover the period 1950s-1970s.

Tripcony, Paul, 1901-1975

Oodgeroo Noonuccal Papers

  • UQFL84
  • Collection
  • 1916-1985

This collection contains poetry, prose, speeches, and reports; correspondence; photographs, newspaper cuttings; press releases; invitations; programmes; research material; and plans.

Oodgeroo Noonuccal, 1920-1993