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Gwendolyn Edith Millicent Spurgin Album

  • F3718
  • Item
  • ca. 1927-ca. 1930

Six loose leaf double-sided pages of black and white photographs from an album once belonging to Gwendolyn Edith Millicent Risson (née Spurgin). The photographs include university excursions, possibly at Townsville, Palm Island and Tweed Heads, and at least one with Dorothy Hill. There are also some photographs of current events, including the visit of the Duke and Duchess of York in 1927, and the Sydney Harbour Bridge under construction.

Spurgin, Gwendolyn E. M.

The Mika or Kulpi operation of the Australian Aboriginals

  • F3658
  • Item
  • 1896

"Read before the Royal Society of N.S. Wales, June 3, 1896." Note on cover: 'Information on the same subject from two other sources'.
Last page entitled 'Mika or Kulpi' includes extracts from 'Psychology of Sex' by Havelock Ellis (1917) and 'Strange Sexual Customs' by Professor Paulo Montegazza (1932).

Stuart, Thomas Peter Anderson, Sir., 1856-1920

Myths and legends of Torres Strait : field tape report sheets.

  • F406
  • Item
  • 1966-1973.

This is comprised primarily of photocopies. Field tape report sheets are headed 'Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies. Collector Margaret Lawrie'.

F406a : Field tape report sheets, including Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies Tape Archive accession sheets (typescript and handwritten) (56 leaves); 3 leaves handwritten index to tapes; 6 leaves typescript article on Torres Strait Islands by Margaret Lawrie, for the New Australian Encyclopaedia. F406b : Field tape report sheets (typescript and handwritten)(49 leaves).

Lawrie, Margaret Elizabeth, 1917-2003

Recollections of Thomas Davis : collected by Steele Rudd

  • F3517
  • Item
  • 2010

This transcription of the original item was compiled and annotated by Richard Fotheringham. There is a note in the top right-hand corner 'In the posession [sic] of Hon. Joshua Thomas Bell circ. 1908-9'. Footnote on first page: 'Two manuscript notes in different hands are written in the right margin at this point ... indicates that this was compiled c. 1902 (Thomas died Jan 1904).' These recollections were shared with his son, Arthur Hoey Davis (1868-1935) (whose pen name was Steele Rudd) mostly likely in the early 1900's. Thomas Davis was a former convict. His memoir covers the period from 1849 to the separation of Queensland from New South Wales in 1859. Davis initially worked with J. C. Burnett's Survey Party. He recounts stories of the places he visited and their history, various encounters with local indigenous groups and individuals, language and culture of the Aboriginal people of the area, kinship system in the Maronoa and Balonne region, and a list of more than 100 names and phrases in the dialect of the people of the Balonne, Dawson and Comet river. Joshua Peter Bell is mentioned several times in memoir. This and other recollections by Thomas Davis were collected by Joshua Thomas Bell in the first decade of the 20th century.

Fotheringham, Richard, 1947-

Notebook of vocabulary of Aboriginal dialects [photocopy]

  • F1072
  • Item
  • 1855

Photocopy of handwritten notebook of vocabulary and phrases in Aboriginal languages, Queensland. Original notebook about 150 leaves, 16cm. Inside front cover of original : "W. Ridley, Minister of the Gospel, 21 February, 1855'.

Ridley, William, 1819-1878

Gaiarbau's story of the Jinibara tribe of South East Queensland (and its neighbours)

  • F1811
  • Item
  • [1957?]

This carbon copy typescript recounts the story of Gaiarbau as told to Lindsay Winterbotham. In it Gaiarbau describes the form of tribal government, details of daily life, community, and relations with others outside of the community. This copy has many handwritten emendations. Illustrations consist of black and white photographs. Preface written by Norman B. Tindale. Index of contents is available at the end of the volume. Contents, as edited: Chapter I. The tribes and their areas, -- Chapter II. The Jinibara. -- Chapter III. Jinibara Tribal Goverment. [The Bora , and] Tribal Council [and Gundir]. -- Chapter IV. Daily Life. -- Chapter V. Community life. -- Chapter VI. Story Telling. -- Chapter VII. Conduct of fights and weapons used. -- Chapter VIII. Intertribal activities. Walkabout. -- Chapter IX. Pygmies (Dinderis).

Winterbotham, L. P. (Lindsey Page)

Stockade : a play for radio

  • H0996
  • Item
  • 1947?

Photocopy of typescript for the radio play Stockade written by Richard Lane. Signature on title page: Harry Hawlett. Page 23 missing.

Lane, Richard, 1918-

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