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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

Kath Walker interviewed

  • F3839
  • File
  • ca. 1975

Approximately 630 minutes of recorded interviews between Oodgeroo Noonuccal and Julianne Schwenke relating to Oodgeroo's life, work and worldview. The interviews were originally recorded as part of Schwenke's PhD research.

Oodgeroo Noonuccal, 1920-1993

Photographs of Banka Banka Station

  • F3684
  • File
  • [194-?]-1970

Banka Banka cattle station, 100 km north of Tennant Creek, was bought in 1940 by Mary and Philip (Ted) Ward. The file contains copies of photographs of life on Banka Banka station. Also some photographs of Mt Isa, Camooweal, and Howard Springs.

Edwards, Valmae

Lindsay Family Handmade Booklets

  • F3866
  • File
  • 1920

Comprised of four handmade booklets by Jack, Philip and Ray Lindsay.
• Handmade booklet titled “Imaginary Conversation at the Mermaid, circa 1605”, written, edited, printed, etc by J. Lindsay, [13] pages, 9 x 9.5 cm. The dialogue in the book is between William Shakespeare, Ben Jonson, and Thomas Dekker.
• Handmade booklet titled “The toy soldier : a romance of Toyland” by Philip Lindsay, illustrations by Ray Lindsay, a playlet in three acts, [20] leaves, 19 cm, 1920. Inscribed on verso of half title page: “To Mrs Parnell from Ray and Phil”. [Warning: contains content that may offend].
• Handmade booklet created by Jack Lindsay of the poem about his father, title Norman Lindsay written by Arthur H Adams, [10] pages, 9 x 8 cm, undated. Inscribed on inside cover: “To Mrs Parnell”.
• Handmade booklet most likely written by Jack Lindsay, of the poem “VekovAya TishinA” by Nikolay Nekrasov with a translation on the second leaf, [2] leaves, 13 x 18 cm, undated.

Lindsay, Jack, 1900-1990

Manuscript for Hart : poems

  • F970
  • File
  • 1973-1974.

Typescript and handwritten poems, with ms emendations, for the book Hart : poems, 1974. Accompanied by some "exercise" poems plus some poems included in Selected poems 1939-1975.

Blight, John, 1913-


This file is comprised of: two spiral notebooks with handwritten notes (one has transcript notes from micro audio cassettes); 9 micro audio cassettes; 91 colour photographs; catalogues; postcards; brochures; correspondence; personal and professional items such as menus, programmes, circulars; 1st draft of short story called 'Territory', 22 leaves with handwritten emendations, 29 Dec 1995. Original folder (discarded) labelled 'Mojave'.

Interview with Oodgeroo Noonuccal, 1990 May 11

  • F3672
  • File
  • 1990

Elizabeth Smith interviews Oodgeroo Noonuccal at Moongalba 11 May 1990 for an article to accompany Smith's book review of 'Kath Walker in China' in Queensland Writer vol. 2 no. 1 1990. Sound cassette is accompanied by typescript transcript (11 p.) which is a fuller version than the one published in Queensland Writer.

Smith, Elizabeth

Margaret Grace Thorsborne Papers

  • F3282
  • File
  • 1980-1992

Newspaper cuttings, letters, handpainted envelopes, map, and notes by or related to the work of Margaret Thorsborne. The handpainted envelopes are all addressed to Kathleen McArthur with captions, some with letters.

Thorsborne, Margaret (Margaret Grace), 1927-2018

Move For Peace Records

  • F3861
  • File
  • 1983-1989

This file is comprised of records from the Sunshine Coast section of the Move For Peace organisation.
It includes:
Move For Peace information and membership application, double sided and to be folded into three sections, undated.
Move For Peace pamphlet with information about the movee "Silkwood" on one side and a "Peace Proxy" petition, 1983?
Four Move For Peace Newsletter for Jul (1983), Oct-Nov (1983), Aug-Oct (1984), Jul (1985?).
Move For Peace Minutes from 12 Jun 1985?, 8 May 1985, 28 Apr 1989.
Move For Peace Press Releases from 9 Mar 1984, 19 Mar 1984, 29 Oct 1984, 3 May 1985, 16 Oct 1985.
Twenty one carbon copies of letters addressed to various organisations and people with the subject line 'Re: Press release' from 30 Mar 1984 to 21 Jun 1985.
One form letter addressed to 'Friends' from Julia Sauterel (convenor) inviting recipients to a film festival, 25 Oct 1984.
Thirteen newspaper cuttings about the group or activities that are related to them, 1983, 1986 and undated.
Five posters or mock ups for posters about Move For Peace events, undated.

Move For Peace (Organisation)

Papers relating to Leo Hayes

  • F3862
  • File
  • 1930-1968

Material from the Queensland Museum relating to Father Leo Hayes.
Invitation to Rev. L. Hayes to the Catholic Ball at the Show Pavilion, Toowoomba on Tuesday 16th September 1930.

Invitation by the Royal Geographical Society of Australasia (Queensland) to attend a talk on Tuesday 29 September 1942 in the the University Lecture Hall, George Street at 8pm by Rev. Father Leo Hayes speak on "Bits of Queensland ..."; on reverse is written "Mrs. E.M. Hayes and friends".

Print from the Telegraph Feature Service, Brisbane of a black and white photograph with inscription on back "To my dear mother from her loving son Leo"; handwritten notes on reverse: "Father Leo Hayes receiving the Dr. J.P. Thomson Gold Medal and the Diploma (Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society) from Sir James Blair, Chancellor of Brisbane University, 22 Apr 1942." and "The man sitting down is Mr R. G. Gillies (President of the Royal Geographical Society. Standing behind Mr Gillies is Mr [illegible] O'Brien (Secretary of the R.G.S.)".

Print, possible from a newspaper service (stamp on reverse is illegible) of a black and white photograph of Father Leo Hayes and a wedding couple.

Copy of St Monica's Parish, Oakey : Combined Funds Canvass, March, 1959

Two newspaper cuttings relating to Leo Hayes receiving an honorary degree of Master of Arts by the Deputy-Chancellor of the University of Queensland on 26 Apr 1967; cuttings undated.

Copy of Parish News with cover dedicated to Father Leo Hayes receiving an honorary degree of Masters of Arts, 24 Sep 1967.

Copy of Parish News dedicated to Father Leo Hayes after his death on 17 Nov 1967, dated 28 Jan 1968.

Hayes, Edward Leo, 1889-1967

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