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Doll's chest of drawers

Doll's chest of drawers made by Thomas Clarke in 1844. Clarke used a pocket knife to create the chest, and stones for smoothing the surface. The timber is cedar, with the decorations carved from sheep bones. The glue was mostly likely made from boiled sheep hooves.

Clarke, Thomas

Bring it to Jesus, [18--]

  • F99
  • Item
  • [18--]

Copy of a hymn in the possession of Mrs. J. Swain of Ipswich; claimed to be written by a member of the family of General William Booth, founder of the Salvation Army, from whom the owners are descended.

Booth, Herbert H.

Programme for 'Shakespeare's heroines'

  • F986
  • Item
  • 1926

Programme for the Brisbane Shakespeare Society's production of 'Shakespeare's heroines : a dramatic costume recital' in aid of the Allan Wilkie Fund, 6 August 1926 at the Theatre Royal.

Brisbane Shakespeare Society

My pin-up man

  • F985
  • Item
  • [1945?]

Greeting card with poem, My Pin Up Man. Photograph of Winston Churchill on cover, and "Gympie Times print" and ACF at foot of cover. Handwritten greeting on verso signed Mrs Margaret Bell.

Steer, Myra

To Brisbane University

  • F982
  • Item
  • 1973

Photocopy of mss. poem (anonymous) and correspondence relating to its origin, ca. October 1973. Poem and enquiry sent to the University of Queensland by Mrs. P. Franks.

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