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Caroline Kelly Papers
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Correspondence. Includes an undated handwritten statement signed by Lenard Law, possibly writing as an amanuensis. The statement is written in the first-person and contains biographical details of an Aboriginal person confined against his/her wishes at the Cherbourg settlement.
Correspondents include Wilfred Wragge, Maidie Ross (Restricted), Arthur Cobba Simson, Doris Crawford, W. Porteus Semple (Superintendent Cherbourg Aboriginal Settlement), Leslie Wilson (Governor of Queensland), and Tom Blackman.

Aboriginal settlement at Burnt Bridge

Correspondence and reports relating to Caroline Kelly’s anthropological survey.
Paper by Caroline Kelly on "the impact of European culture upon the Aborigines of New South Wales", c1937

Glass slides

49 glass slides, mostly of Aboriginal subjects.
9 contact sheets of images from the glass slides.

Caroline Kelly Papers

  • UQFL489
  • Collection
  • ca. 1900-1987

Personal and professional papers of Caroline Kelly, including correspondence; financial and legal papers; unpublished poetry and stories; theatre records and publications; anthropology field notes, reports and articles; photographs and newspaper cuttings.

Tennant-Kelly, Caroline, 1899-1989

General correspondence

Correspondents include: Margery Browne, V.N. Thompson, Miriam Ogden, Alfred Buchanan, and Timothy Kelly.
-- letter to Sydney Morning Herald from Caroline Kelly, 1 Nov 1934.
-- questionnaires concerning the welfare of Aborigines, sent by the Feminist Club of New South Wales to State parliamentary candidates, and letters of reply from some candidates, 1938.

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