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Michael Potter Papers

  • UQFL1
  • Collection
  • 1883-1944

Correspondence: Personal, pastoral, business; financial records, sermon notes, notebooks, diaries, Christmas cards, postcards, religious cards, printed prayers,travelling desk.

Potter, Michael, 1857-1944

Hume Family Papers

  • UQFL10
  • Collection
  • 1865-1934

Papers of Walter Cunningham Hume (1840 – 1921), surveyor and Chief Commissioner for Lands for Queensland; his wife Katie, daughter Ethel, brother Washington Hume, and members of both their families in England. They lived at Drayton, Toowoomba, and Brisbane. Includes personal correspondence, photograph albums, travel journals, diaries, and notebooks.

Hume family

Rhoda Felgate Papers

  • UQFL100
  • Collection
  • 1936-1986

Scrapbooks, photograph albums, cassette tapes.

Felgate, Rhoda, 1901-1990

Andrew Lang Petrie Papers

  • UQFL101
  • Collection
  • 1903-1983

Business records, letterbooks with prices, wages and accounts, job books for monumental and terrazzo work, photographs for Petrie family business of monumental masonry.

Petrie, Andrew Lang, 1854-1928

Hilda Tuxworth Papers

  • UQFL102
  • Collection
  • 1875-1993

Collection reflects Mrs Tuxworth's interest in the local history of the Northern Territory. It includes: correspondence, personal papers, newspaper cuttings, photographs, reel to reel tape, and twenty three diaries of Banka Banka station from 1928 to 1961 (some years are missing)

Hilda Tuxworth obtained some of the Banka Banka diaries around the time Mary Ward was selling the property. This took from 1970 to 1972 when the sold the property. Mary Ward shared the diaries between her niece, Val Edwards, and Hilda. Banka Banka Station was established by Thomas Nugent as a cattle station in 1895. Nugent left the station to his sister, Mary Ambrose. The first diary from 1928 to 1931 would have been recorded during the ownership by the the Ambrose family. The Ambrose Family owned and ran the station until Paddy Ambrose put Banka Banka on the market in 1940. Ted and Mary Ward bought it in 1941. Capital from the Wards' Blue Moon Mine was used initially to purchase and then to undertake improvements and developments of the station. From 1945 weather details began to be recorded in the diaries. Ted Ward died on 17 March 1959. Mary Ward ran the station until 1970. In 1972 the land titles for the pastoral lease were transferred to Nelson Bunker-Hunt.

Tuxworth, Hilda

Ron Tullipan Papers

  • UQFL103
  • Collection
  • 1951-1977

Drafts of short stories, playscripts and novels, correspondence, newspaper cuttings and copies of printed sources containing material about Ron Tullipan, notebooks, research materials, photographs, album of newspaper cuttings and other memorabilia compiled by Vi Tullipan.

Tullipan, Ron, 1917-

Playwrights' Advisory Board Library Records

  • UQFL104
  • Collection
  • [195-?]

Notebook containing a list of playscripts on loan 1956-1959; playscripts from the library collection.

Playwrights' Advisory Board Library

Joe Harris Papers

  • UQFL106
  • Collection
  • 1912-1994.

Lectures, typescripts, newspaper cuttings and papers relating to the Australian Labor Party, trade unionism and the anti-Vietnam War movement in the 1960s and 1970s.

Harris, W. J. H., 1922-2002

Nancy Cato Papers

  • UQFL107
  • Collection
  • 1934-[198-?]

Letters, chiefly to Vivienne Rae-Ellis, related to "Queen Trucanini"; incoming correspondence; manuscript drafts of "Brown sugar", "Queen Trucanini", "Nin and the Scribblies", and "The heart of the continent"; notes and research material.

Cato, Nancy

J. S. D. Mellick Papers

  • UQFL108
  • Collection
  • [1831]-[1995]

Research material used for The recollections of Geoffrey Hamlyn and Henry Kingsley; papers relating to the establishment of a pharmacy course at the University of Queensland.

Mellick, J. S. D. (John Stanton Davis), 1920-

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