Arnold, John, 1950-
Arnold, John, 1950-
Material relates to the opening of the Doc Robbie Memorial Nook, established in memory of Associate Professor Frederick Walter Robinson.
University of Queensland
Documents and correspondence relating to the 'Doc Robbie Memorial Benches', 1990-1994.
Includes a photograph of the site chosen for the benches, the initial appeal for funds, correspondence from contributors with reminiscences of Doc Robbie, and information on the dedication ceremony held on 15 October 1993.
Edwards, P. D. (Peter David), 1931-
Handwritten letter to Dr Stephens, President of Friends of Fryer, re deposit of manuscript material with the Library.
Hope, A. D. (Alec Derwent), 1907-2000
Correspondence, research notes, ephemera. Folder includes index to material, provided by author.
Letter 28 Oct 1970 to Miss McCreath, Acting Fryer Librarian, re: his pleasure in a recent visit to the Fryer Library, enclosing 3 poems shortly to be published in limited edition, for the Fryer manuscript collection.
Bingham, Colin, 1898-1986
Letter to Fryer Librarian 1973 Jul 26, to accompany gift of 'West Australian goldfields sketchbook' by A.E. Read; and 3 drawings to illustrate it, gift of the artist. Also list of galleries in which his work is represented.
Goodin, Isabel M.
Incoming and outgoing correspondence, notes on playwrights.
The University of Queensland Press was formed in 1948 to publish mainly university materials In the 1960s, it became a fully fledged publishing house. This collection, from the Microform Division, contains files relating to the microfilming project of Fryer Library's Hanger Collection of Australian playscripts. This project was abandoned in 1973.
University of Queensland Press, Microform Division
Correspondence, school and university records, photographs; Papers, commissions and badges relating to his military service in the First World War. Papers relating to the establishment of the Fryer Library as a memorial to J. Fryer. Also some associated family correspondence and papers.
Selected letters transcribed by Carmel McCarthy in Box 1 Folder 1.
Fryer, John Denis, 1895-1923