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Newspaper cutting and note about the poem Doomed by Margaret Compton Saunders

  • F2011
  • File
  • 1939

Newspaper cutting of the poem Doomed by Margaret Compton (June) Sauders that Kath Watson removed from the The Courier-Mail, 5 Jan 1939, p. 3. Accompanied by a typescript note written by Kath Thomas in July 1979 about the poem.

Included with the poem and note in an envelope with the handwritten inscription "Enclosed in 1942 Australian Poetry (from Flexmore Hudson) and the Christmas Greetings from Rex Ingamells, and F.H. Jindyworobak 1943", with two small handwritten notes from Rex Ingamells and Flexmore Hudson, thanking Kath Watson for her contribution to poetry.

Thomas, Kath, 1911-1994

Kath Watson Poems

  • F2261
  • File
  • 1931-1983

Thirteen exercise books of poetry written by Kath Watson. Date range on inside covers. Books arranged chronologically. All entries are handwritten; some have handwritten comments by Kath Thomas. Inserted in book 5 is a handwritten note (1 leaf) by Kath from a later time period (undated). Removed from book 13 are 4 typescript leaves.

Thomas, Kath, 1911-1994

Letter and poem by Garry Lyle

  • F2265
  • File
  • 1941

Typescript letter by Garry Lyle, signed, to Kath Watson, dated 17 June 1941, from Balcombe Camp, Victoria. It includes: concerns publication of a book, Kath's decision to contribute to the volume, asks if she knows Clem Jones or his father, and background notes to accompanying poem, Into the dusk The poem is one leaf, typescript signed, carbon copy, with a handwritten note under the poem.

Lyle, Garry, 1918-1984

Reminiscences

  • F2479
  • File
  • 1927

This file is comprised six items. There are three typescripts: 'My first ten years - some memories of party life' which is about participation in Communist Party activities in the 1940s (7 leaves, typescript, with handwritten emendations); 'Val', which is about Val Fraser (colleague in the Communist Party) (4 leaves, typescript, with handwritten emendations); and four typescript leaves recalling her early childhood years at Wynnum and Lindum with a handwritten note on the first page 'written a good few years back'. All are undated. There are two newspapers cuttings of Kath Watson in Somerville House Sports Teams from 1925 and 1927; and an 'Where is it book?' (Ancol notebook) listing women to include in the 1978 Woman and Labor papers, undated but possibly from 1978.

Thomas, Kath, 1911-1994

Jean R Williams Papers

  • F3205
  • File
  • [19--]

Typescript of article "Pearl Gatherers of the Torrens [sic] Strait Islands" which is a short account by Jean Williams of the development of the Pearling Industry from 1863 in North Queensland. Includes list of vessels which were used in the period 1860-1870s, giving their description, type and Master's name. Accompanied by three sepia toned photographs of soliders, Torres Strait Islanders on Moa Island, and two Papua New Guinean women from the Omati River.

Williams, Jean R., 1925-

The ship on the coin

  • F307
  • File
  • 1973

Typescript, with handwritten additions. Working draft of the novel The ship on the coin ( 'The New Cleopatra'), published in 1972 by University of Queensland Press. Accompanied by a covering letter to the Fryer Librarian, dated 19 Feb 1973. Also included is the first sketch for a poem, later published in The Autobiography of a Gorgon.

Hall, Rodney, 1935-

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