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Correspondence: Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander groups and organisations

Letters from various Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander groups and organisations are in these correspondence files as well as in the subject related files in other series. Correspondence from literary and women's organisations that are associated with Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders is included in this subseries.

Correspondence: Authors

This subseries is comprised of correspondence between Kath Walker and other authors. In some cases, letters from literary authors have been kept with other material for contextual reasons. Some letters will contain literary work. Correspondents in this folder include: Faith Bandler; John Beston; Barbara Blackman; Jack Davis; H C (Nugget) Coombs; Geoffrey Dutton; Margaret Diesendorf; Teddy Dugan; Elizabeth Eggleston; Len Fox; Judo Gemes; Al Grassby; Billy Jones; Judith Knowles; Lorna Lippman; Ward McNally; Daisy Marchisotti; Ian Mudie; Jo Nacola; Nancy Norman; Nichio Ochi; Barbara Paulter; Reg Saunders and Lyndall Ryan; Bill Scott; Margaret Shapcott; Ruth Smout; Bill Sutton; Nancy Wills; and Judith Wright.

Correspondence: Environmental and social issues

Letters (often only one letter) from representatives of various environmental, social interest and church groups including: Bribie Island Bicentennial Community Committee; Brisbane Migrant Resource Centre; Brisbane Wildlife Survey; Campaign Against Nuclear Power (Qld); Committee to Boycott the Games; Australian Heritage; Institute of Cultural Affairs; Moreton Island Protection Committee; National Conference for a Democratic Constitution; Tasmanian Wilderness Society.

Correspondence: General

This sub-series consists primarily of incoming correspondence and includes letters of thanks and appreciation for her literary work and activities, cards, and postcards. Correspondents are more often individuals. Some correspondents have included their own poetry. Often there will be written across the top of the letter 'answered' but very few copies of the outgoing correspondence are attached. Most correspondents names were clearly identified; some may not be accurate or unable to be identified.

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