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Medals, 1949-2010 [realia]

  • F3804
  • Item
  • 1949-2010.

6 medals. Item 1: Ryan Medal, 1949 -- Item 2: Lilley Medal, 1949 -- Item 3: Byrnes Memorial Medal, 1951 -- Item 4: Australian Dictionary of Biography Medal, 2003 -- Item 5: Who's Who medal, 2008 -- Item 6: University of Queensland 100 years ahead medal, 2010.

Routh, Spencer

Alan Harkness Papers

  • F3808
  • File
  • 1928-1952.

This file comprises 4 paintings and 1 folder.
[Item 1] Landscape (chickens in paddock), oil on board, 28 x 25 cm (Art no. 00499);
[Item 2] China figurine and vase (figure study on verso), oil on board, 39 x 27 cm (Art no. 00500);
[Item 3] Country house, signed "Alan Harkness 1922", watercolour on board with mount, 15 x 17 cm (Art no. 00501);
[Item 4] Shell, oil on board, 25 x 35 cm (Art no. 00502).
The folder [Item 5] includes: a typescript memoir titled 'About Alan : for his son Markus Crispin', written by Doris Christie (sister of Alan Harkness), 11 b&w photographs, (81 leaves ; 26 cm), with two negatives, black and white of of Mechthild and Alan Harkness inserted at beginning of book. -- Chekhov Theatre Players, Repertory for season 1941-42, 1941. -- Santa Barbara Civic Theatre presents Alan Harkness and Mechthild Johannsen in ‘Great Moments from Shakespeare : King Lear’. -- The playbill for the little theatre. The Chekhov Theatre Players present ‘Twelfth Night or, what you will’. -- Lobero Theatre, April 9, 1952. ‘Alan Harkness Memorial performance. -- 'Notes about the aim in our performances' by Alan Harkness, Sept 1951. -- Newspaper cuttings, 26 Apr 1938 to c1952. -- Four black and white photographs of Mechthild and Alan Harkness from 3 plays.

Harkness, Alan, 1908-1952

Papers, 1995,.

  • F3816
  • Item
  • 1995

Written when Blick was 84, his memoir is broken into four sections. The first volume details his family history, childhood, time in Singapore and New Zealand, and schooling in England. Volume 2 includes his work history, architectural education, meeting his wife (Helen Russell), the birth of their children, World War Two, post war jobs in England and his thoughts on leaving England for Australia. The third volume includes his life in Brisbane, building his steel framed house, his job with the Queensland Works Department in the Construction Branch, his travels throughout Queensland for his job, working for the government on office and furniture accommodation, what he did on his long service leave and his involvement with the Christian Youth Camp. Volume four covers his retirement years.

Blick, Percy Lloyd, 1911-2008

Art Gallery Collections Gallery File

  • FGF5
  • File
  • 2004-

Contains material such as art exhibition catalogues, invitations, [and ephemeral items] relating to Australian artists and galleries.
Fryer Library holdings include: Anthony Breslin, Linda Klarfeld, Vencent Ko, Tony Durate, Colin Snare, David Mackay Harrison, Anthony Guilbert, Pat Miller, Alexandra Spyratos, Robin Sellick, John Rigby, Judy Leane, Mark Waller.

Art Gallery Collections

Artspace Mackay Gallery File

  • FGF8
  • File
  • 2003-

Contains material such as art exhibition catalogues, invitations, [and ephemeral items] relating to Australian artists and galleries. Fryer Library holdings include: Kidspace - a monthly program for children under five.

Artspace Mackay

Barry's Art Gallery File

  • FGF10
  • File
  • 1970-

Contains material such as art exhibition catalogues, invitations and ephemeral items relating to Australian artists exhibiting in Queensland galleries.
Fryer Library holdings include: Charles (Hoppy) Hopggood ; Bill Bevan ; The Australian Outback ; Keith Nichol ; Mal Gilmour ; J. Colin Angus ; Wilmotte Williams ; George Luke ; John Pointon ; Francis Lymburner ; Dick Roughsey ; Percy Trezise ; Collectors Exhibition, 1978.

Barry's Art Gallery

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