Correspondence, miscellaneous family documents, papers relating to the Australian Natives Association, newspaper clippings, photographs.
The papers relating to the Briggs family consist mainly of correspondence, which belonged to Charles Henry Briggs and one of his sons Charles James Briggs, and a number of miscellaneous documents such as a tombstone inscription of the Briggs and Rowley families and papers relating to the Australian Natives Association.
The newspaper clippings in a bound volume are from the Brisbane Courier, the Telegraph and the Chronicle from December 1894 to April 1895 regarding the case against Rev Charles Ogg brought by the Presbytery of the Ann St Church.
There is also a illuminated parchment testimonial, which was given to Miss Margaret Ann Ogg, daughter of Rev C. Ogg, on her retirement.
Most of the studio portrait photographs are from an album of the Briggs family, some with identification.
Others are photographs of Ernest Briggs and the staff of the station 4BK in the 1930s, and there is also one of Miss Margaret Ann Ogg at her house in Windsor.
The collection was collected and presented by W.B. Ross (1857 to 1930).
Ross, W. B.