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Photographs [1911?]-[1919?]

  • F3729
  • Item
  • [1911?]-[1919?]

Three digital photographs. Proof sheet printed and added to folder.

Cleary, James T.

Angela Hannan Photographs

  • F3751
  • File
  • 2014

Photographs of storm damage and fallen trees at The University of Queensland St Lucia campus. On 27 November 2014 Brisbane experienced an extreme storm event which significantly damaged the central business district and many inner suburbs, including St Lucia. Angela Hannan, a librarian at the University of Queensland Library, took photographs of the campus the day after the event.

Hannan, Angela

Nutter Buzacott Papers

  • F3761
  • File
  • 1979

Seven letters to Ted Dunn responding to his request for information about Nutter Buzacott, or Buz. Correspondents are: Grahame King, Alan Marshall, Jim Wright, Murray Young, William Constable, and Noel Counihan. All letters were written in October 1979. One sheet of foolscap paper with photocopies of newspaper cuttings from the late 1930s and early 1940s about Nutter Buzacott. Two CDs of oral history interviews with his wife Winnie Buzacott. Catalogue from The Redcliffe Art Content Thirteenth Annual Exhibition, 20th August to 13th September 1969. Photocopy of the covers [designed by Buzacott?] of The big crush : what everyone should know about the CSR sugar monopoly and Who own Queensland by Pete Thomas.

Dunn, Ted

Photographs of construction of Cliffside Flats

  • F3769
  • File
  • 1936-1937.

Cliffside Apartments, also know as Cliffside Flats, is a heritage-listed apartment block located at Kangaroo Point, Brisbane. In 1936, goldminer and New Guinea expatriate Doris Regina Booth (nee Wilde) commissioned Cliffside Flats in South Brisbane, designed by local architect Ronald Martin Wilson. Her sister, Selma Dore, oversaw the construction and photographed the site at various stages throughout the project. The apartment block was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 27 February 2004. This file comprises a DVD of high-resolution scans of 23 photographs, with proof sheet.

Dore, Selma

Reuben Murray Photographs

  • F3788
  • File
  • 2013-2015

Digital photographs of political rallies and student demonstrations.

Murray, Reuben

Centenary statistics and player profiles, 1912-2012

  • F3802
  • File
  • 1912-2012.

Volume of statistical tables and profiles for cricket players for the University of Queensland Cricket Club (UQCC) compiled by John Biggs to celebrate the centenary of the UQCC in 2012.

Biggs, John

University of Queensland Dramatic Society Records

  • UQFL135
  • Collection
  • 1912-2018.

Minutes, reports, financial records, correspondence, circulars, programmes, seating plans for performances, constitution for the University of Queensland Dramatic Society.

University of Queensland Dramatic Society

Gregory Kratzmann Papers

  • UQFL339
  • Collection
  • 1991-2012

Contains postcards, greeting cards and letters,1991-1995 from Gwen Harwood to Gregory Kratzmann; draft typescript introduction, typescript and computer disk with manuscript for A Steady Storm of Correspondence published by UQP in 2001; notes by Normal Talbot on transcripts of letters from Gwen Harwood; and draft of talk on Gwen Harwood to VCE students in 2012.

Kratzmann, G. C., 1949-

Mohammad Mehdi

Folder 1: Photograph of Mohammad Mehdi, computer disk containing letters from Mehdi, correspondence between Mehdi and Kate Durham, Julian Burnside, John Pace and Grace Gorman (127 leaves and 3 envelopes), Nov 2001-Jul 2005.
Folder 2: Letters to Kate Durham and Selina from Mohammad Mehdi (102 leaves), July-Nov 2002.

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