Vietnam Action Committee
Vietnam Action Committee
Correspondence, school and university records, photographs; Papers, commissions and badges relating to his military service in the First World War. Papers relating to the establishment of the Fryer Library as a memorial to J. Fryer. Also some associated family correspondence and papers.
Selected letters transcribed by Carmel McCarthy in Box 1 Folder 1.
Fryer, John Denis, 1895-1923
Correspondence; articles, newspaper cuttings; newsletters; press releases from Queensland Council for Civil Liberties; University Senate correspondence including minutes and agendas; papers from the Senate Review of Academic Organisation of the University; reports including the Committee of Inquiry into the Development of Pharmacology in the University of Queensland; papers including a history of the Thirty Club meetings from 1921 to 1982.
Fielding, F. D. O. (Fred Derek Osmond), 1929-2014
Meeting papers, minutes, addresses, broadcasts, typescripts, correspondence, published material, subject files, submissions, articles, lectures, notes and drafts. The collection includes papers relating to the Committee on Future of Tertiary Educations, Standing Committee of Professional Board, Australian Council for Educational Research, Australian Universities Commission and AVCC.
Schonell, F. J. (Fred Joyce)
Correspondence, addresses, lectures, essays concerning Australian theatre, photographs. Includes small number of letters from Judith Wright and Jack McKinney. Also correspondence, committee minutes, and other papers relating to establishment of J.J. Stable Memorial Tree Theatre.
Research papers, photographs, slides, and drawings of residential and religious buildings. Collection includes drawings by Brit Andresen, Peter O'Gorman, Michael Keniger and University of Queensland architectural students.
Andresen, Brit, 1945-
Six photographs of the site of the University of Queensland, St. Lucia prior to its development as a university campus and two photographs of a model of proposed buildings on the site at St. Lucia for the University of Queensland by John Job Crew Bradfield.
Bradfield, J. J. C. (John Job Crew), 1867-1943
Jobling, Ian F.
CD ROM of 16 black and white photographs of a demonstration on 10 May 1985 against the awarding of an honorary doctorate of Laws to Queensland Premier Johannes Bjelke-Petersen.
Up to 5000 UQ students, UQ staff, trade unionists and other outraged citizens attended the protest outside Mayne Hall, St Lucia, where the award ceremony was to take place. Although the ceremony proceeded, the Premier did not attend.
Paper presented as a Research Seminar in the School of English, Media Studies and Art History at the University of Queensland, 31 July 2009. Discusses in detail the mural works of Don Cowen and Quentin Hole in the former University of Queensland Geology Museum, Richards Building, and their relevance as art works based on scientific knowledge of the day. Contents include a copy of the paper presented and a copy of the PowerPoint presentation.