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University of Queensland Department of History Records

  • UQFL69
  • Collection
  • 1482-1668

Papers concerning pre-industrial England compiled for the 1979 "Pre-Industrial England" history class taught by Rod Fisher. Some items vellum. Also two Elizabethan land deeds, with translations and explanatory notes, used by Dr Rod Fisher in teaching.

University of Queensland. Department of History

John Beagle Papers

  • UQFL443
  • Collection
  • 1830-1851

Copies of correspondence and notebooks of Dr Thomas Graham from 1830 until 1851.

Beagle, John

Richard Daintree Papers

  • UQFL370
  • Collection
  • 1868-1870.

8 notebooks (with microfilm preservation copy) and 6 photographs. Field notes of surveys in north Queensland, with some geological observations. Areas: Lyndhurst to Oak Park stations; Lyndhurst - Cave Creek; Murray's Creek, Tommy's Creek, Specimen Gully, Golden Gully; Cape River traverses; Mt. Ramsay - Cape River, Duck Creek, Nigger Creek, Oxley Creek, Mt. Cook, Rannes,; Gympie goldfields, coal in the Dawson Valley, Woogaroo coal mine, N.S.W.; Ravenswood, Burdekin reef.

Daintree, Richard, 1832-1878

Albert McDonald Diaries

  • UQFL503
  • Collection
  • 1864-1884

Photocopies of handwritten and typescript diaries of Albert McDonald. Includes diary of Fanny Rowland McDonald for 30 Nov 1884 - 23 Dec 1884. Diaries 12 Dec 1864 to 30 Mar 1865, and 19 Sep 1864 to 23 Dec 1864 are in different handwriting to others. Albert McDonald lived in the Maryborough region.

McDonald, Albert, 1839-1904

Kingsley Family Books - inscribed and extra-illustrated

  • UQFL625
  • Collection
  • 1834-1890

Books presented by Fanny Kingsley to her youngest son Grenville Kingsley. Extra-illustrated with photographs, including portrait photographs of Charles and Fanny Kingsley as well as their four children Rose, Maurice, Mary and Grenville.

Kingsley, Frances Eliza Grenfell, 1814-1891

Drawings of the new Victoria Bridge, Brisbane

  • UQFL454
  • Collection
  • 1893

Nine engineering drawings of the new Victoria Bridge designed in 1893. Alfred Barton Brady was the Government Architect and Engineer for Bridges and designed Victoria bridge in these drawings. His staff that assisted with the engineering work of the bridge included J. S. Murdoch, T. Pye, and W. J. Ewart. Eight of the drawings have the title New Victoria Bridge over the Brisbane River. Brisbane.

The new Victoria Bridge was the fourth bridge to span the Brisbane River at the spot running between Queen Street on the north bank and Melbourne Street on the south bank. The first structure was a temporary wooden bridge, constructed in 1865, which lasted only 2 years. Construction of the first permanent bridge, old Victoria Bridge, had commenced in 1864, but it did not open until 1874, operating as a toll bridge until 1877. Old Victoria Bridge was destroyed by the 1893 floods. A second temporary bridge was built in 1893, with construction of new Victoria Bridge beginning soon after. The second temporary bridge was washed away in floods in 1896, by which time the new Victoria bridge was nearing completion. The new Victoria Bridge opened in 1897, and it remained in service until replaced by the current Victoria Bridge in 1969, at which time the new Victoria Bridge was demolished. One of the stone archways which flanked the pedestrian access to the bridge remains on the south side of the Brisbane River, near the entrance to the South Bank parklands.

Brady, Alfred Barton, 1856-1932

Sidney Richardson Photographs

  • UQFL243
  • Collection
  • 1884-1893

Two hundred and three (203) photographs of Queensland towns from circa 1880s to1890s, and 211 black & white 35mm negative derivatives with 13 proof sheets.

Richardson, Sidney

George Essex Evans Papers

  • UQFL13
  • Collection
  • [18--]-[19--]

Diaries, travel notes, notebooks, correspondence, manuscripts, sketches, press clippings, photographs, articles featured in The Queenslander and Darling Downs Gazette and material for The Antipodeon, and biographical material. Photocopies of letters 1892 to 1906 by or about Evans, held in the Mitchell Library. There is also a scrapbook containing original sketches by Percy F.S. Spence, Frank P. Mahony, C. Roth, B.E. Minns, and E. Bevan.

Evans, George Essex, 1863-1909

Blackall Wool Scour Records

  • UQFL232
  • Collection
  • 1906-1913

23 blueprints and drawings. Includes plans for wool washing machines and drying machines. Some plans are for alterations.

Blackall Wool Scour

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