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Letters to Fryer Librarian Nancy Bonnin, relating to the possibility of publication, donations to the Library, his associations with the Department of German at the University of Queensland.

Correspondence, Personal.

Correspondence from friends and family of Daphne Mayo including her parents, Bill and Lila Mayo, Lloyd Rees, some with or by his wife, Majorie Rees; Vida Lahey; Edith Lahey; Dr Christine Rivett; Walter Taylor; Nell Mary Lette Hubble; Mim Shaw; and Ina Rivers. General correspondence includes letters from government departments, the Society of Artists, exhibition organisers, galleries, lawyers, dentists, real estate agents, and others.


20 personal diaries kept by Gertrude Langer between 1920 and 1948.


Correspondence received from other writers, editors, friends, and others.

Wearne, Alan, 1948-

Literary manuscripts by David Malouf

Contains corrected manuscript and typescript drafts of Bicycle and Other Poems, Johnno, An Imaginary Life, Child's Play, Eustace, The Prowler, Fly Away Peter, Harland's Half Acre, Antipodes : Stories, 12 Edmonstone Street, The Great World, Remembering Babylon, The Conversations at Curlow Creek, Every Move You Make, and Ransom. Most of the typescript drafts have handwritten emendations, white-out corrections, and cut and past inserts (attached with sticky tape). These drafts give a good insight into how Malouf wrote and amended his works.

Beatrice Davis Editorial Fellowship

Diary, correspondence, cards, Fellowship reports, ephemera, drafts, notes, newspaper cuttings relating to Rosanne Fitzgibbons receiving the first Beatrice Davis Award in 1992 and her time in New York with Norton Publishing in 1992-92. The Fellowship is named after the distinguished literary editor Beatrice Davis and provides an opportunity for a senior editor to develop knowledge and expertise in the editorial department of an international publishing house/s.


The first two diaries and journals cover the period between 1940 and 1944, from the time Gordon worked at Broken Hill South Ltd. to his war service in Australia and New Guinea from March 1941. The other two diaries are an account of Gordon’s ‘Voyage to England’ in 1950, containing his first impressions of that country; and an account of a ‘Holiday in Spain and Mallorca' in 1953.

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