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Correspondence, Personal, 1940 to 1949

151 letters, 11 telegrams, 2 letter cards, 1 card, 5 postcards and 11 photographs sent to Daphne Mayo between 7 Jan 1940 to 30 Dec 1949. Contents by year:
1940 - 20 letters, 1 postcard. Correspondents include: Ina Rivers (2 letters); Nita (3 letters); Margaret Preston (2 letters, to Miss Lahey and Miss Mayo, one with a response by Mayo on the back).
1941 - 13 letters, 1 postcard. Correspondents include: Rosie (4 letters) ; Marjorie S. Harrington (4 letters).
1942 - 12 letters, 2 lettercards. Correspondents include: Rosie (2 letters); Wal (Walter Taylor) (2 letters)
1943 - 7 letters, 1 postcard, 1 telegram. Correspondents include: Rosie (4 letters); Ina Rivers.
1944 - 13 letters, 2 telegrams. Correspondents include: Rosie (3 letters); Mavis; Josephine; Robert Carson (2 letters).
1945 - 22 letters, 1 postcard, 4 telegrams. Correspondents include: Rosie (3 letters); Mim (Mim Shaw); Rowland Suddaby (with b&w photograph); Captain Robert Carson (1 letter pocket calendar for 1946 and 1 b&w photograph; 1 letter with 9 b&w photographs); Barney Usherwood (2 letters).
1946 - 24 letters, 1 telegram. Correspondents include: Barney Usherwood (3 letters); Rosie (5 letters).
1947 - 17 letters. Correspondents include: Rosie (4 letters); May Usherwood (2 letters); Constance.
1948 - 7 letters, 1 postcard.
1949 - 16 letters, 3 telegrams, 1 card. Correspondents include: Chris (Dr Christine Rivett); Claudine (3 letters to 'Q.E.').

Kuam

Anthropological field notes, reports and correspondence.

Environmental matters

Included in this file is materials, often accompanied by correspondence, such as leaflets, newsletters, minutes of meetings, and reports of activities, that relate to the following: Brisbane Wildlife Survey; papers on disarmament; papers on wildlife and the environment; and uranium

Correspondence, General, 1980

Correspondence from 25 Feb 1980 to 23 May 1980. Correspondents include: South Australian Film Corporation attached to this is a response to their request from Richard H. Mayo, nephew of Daphne Mayo, who assisted her with her correspondence and business matters due to her living in a Convalescent Hospital; SGIO.

'Place in Oz lit'

Drafts and notes for a fax/letter to Robert Ross at the University of Texas on Carey's place in Australian literature.

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