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Writings, notes, personal documents, memorabilia

Writings, notes, and lists by Daphne Mayo on her professional and personal activities and interests. Includes some address books, calendars, ephemera, permits, library cards, and other miscellaneous material she retained in her life.

Writings by Leonard Brown

Comprises five typescripts by Leonard Brown:
Antipodes, An opera for the Australian Bi-Centenary typescript, [1987?] 30pp. Accompanied by letter from Carl Vine
Notes for an Exhibition. Love Lift paintings. 1999 – 2000.
Ikonodule: one who serves and venerates images, 9p
[The Cross], 2p
[When I am not painting, I draw], 2p

Works of art

This series includes sketchbooks and loose sketches by Kath Walker and others. These sketches are in pencil, felt pen and crayon.

Works of art

Artworks includes paintings, sketches, and drawings. Artwork in folders has not been counted.

Works of Art

On Target. Oil painting by Queensland artist Irene Amos, presented to Pavlyshyn by his work colleagues on retirement.

Amos, Irene

Works by others

This series comprises two plays by John Heath-Stubbs, artistic works by Arthur Creedy and diaries by Victor and Lucy Cofman.

Works by other authors

Copies of work, some with related correspondence, by authors writing about Carey. Also includes works sent to Carey and works where the author is unable to be identified.

Videotapes

1 reel-to-reel and 10 VHS tapes relating to student demonstrations.

Vida Lahey Papers

From 1930 to 1934 Shaw attended Vida Lahey's painting and drawing classes in Brisbane. Mim moved to Sydney in 1935 at the suggestion of Vida Lahey. Mim Shaw was an art teacher and in the early 1940s she assisted with Vida Lahey's afternoon painting and drawings classes for children. Mim also wrote an account of Vida Lahey, as suggested to her by Daphne Mayo. Vida Lahey was Mim Shaw's teacher, mentor and friend. All four items in this series are held in handmade, hand painted artist folders of roughly A3 size containing newspaper clippings, notes, drafts, teaching material, cards, colour charts, correspondence, and information on Daphne Mayo.

Lahey, Vida, 1882-1968

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