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Elizabeth Nesta Marks Papers

  • UQFL445
  • Collection
  • 1890-1991.

Correspondence, diaries, subject files, photographs, drawings, notebooks and scientific records related to entomology and environmental issues.

Marks, Elizabeth N.

M.W.D. White Collection

  • UQFL418
  • Collection
  • 1850-2016

Research material relating histories of the Duckett White, the Macdonald, the Nicholson and the Morisset families.

White, M. W. D.

Margriet Bonnin Papers

  • UQFL633
  • Collection
  • ca. 1970 - 1980

Material compiled in the course of researching the 1980 PhD thesis A study of Australian descriptive and travel writing, 1929-1945. Includes notes taken during conversations with Ernestine Hill, Louise Campbell, Laurie Hergenhan and others in 1972. Also includes correspondence with Robert Hill and others.
Records and ephemera relating to women in the labour movement and in the arts. Includes material relating to the Organising Committee of the Fourth Women and Labour Conference, the Feminist Film Workshop Resource Book Stage I’, and the Women & the Arts Advisory Committee’

Bonnin, Margriet

Duncan Murray Gordon Papers

  • UQFL639
  • Collection
  • 1940-1953

The papers are comprised of four diaries (1940-1943; 1950, 1953), two bound typescripts of short story collections (ca. 1944 and ca. 1947), three scrapbooks (1944-1946) and one printed publication (1945).
The first two diaries cover the period between 1940 and 1944, including his work at Broken Hill South Ltd. and his war service in Australia and New Guinea. The other two diaries are travel diaries from 1950 and 1953.
The two bound typescripts contain largely unpublished short stories, with the second typescript mainly being a redrafting of the first.
The three scrapbooks, dating from 1944 to 1946, contain among other things correspondence (including rejection letters), wartime ephemera, cuttings (including several pages of cuttings relating to the ‘Ern Malley’ hoax), list of films and more.
Also contained in the papers is a bound volume containing Gordon’s own copies of three issues of Southerly, each of which features a story by him.

Gordon, Duncan Murray, 1912-2012

Ian Ferrier Architectural Drawings

  • UQFL641
  • Collection
  • 1935-1987

Architectural drawings relating to projects undertaken by Ian Ferrier, architect, with various iterations of his architectural firm, A Ian Ferrier and Associates, generally for the Catholic Church in Queensland.

Ferrier, Alexander Ian, 1928-2000

Interviews with Campbell Scott and Peter Newell

  • UQFL569
  • Collection
  • 1998

Nine cassette tapes containing a series of interviews with Campbell Scott conducted over a period of four months while Angela Reilly was researching her Bachelor of Architecture thesis.

In the interviews with Campbell Scott, the work represented in the archive (UQFL278 Hayes and Scott Records) was studied and discussed. Magazine articles collected in the early years of practice provided an opportunity for much discussion of the overseas influences that came to bear on the work. Journal articles and publications that featured Hayes and Scott's work were also discussed to introduce a contemporary critical viewpoint, in particular, the published comments and critiques of Robin Boyd, Peter Newell and John Hitch. [Information from Angela Reilly's thesis, Houses by Hayes and Scott: 1946-1962, Introduction p.7]

Reilly, Angela

Nutter Stevenson & Partners Architectural Drawings

  • UQFL651
  • Collection
  • 1973

Seventeen drawings for the Architecture Music & Planning Building (now the Sir Zelman Cowen Building), drawn in 1973, for Job no. 335 of Nutter Stevenson & Partners. All signed off by the Office of the University Architect.

Nutter Stevenson & Partners

Sydney May Papers

  • UQFL594
  • Collection
  • 1882-1968

Scrapbooks, personal documents.

May, Sydney, 1882-1968

Harry Spratt Interviews

  • UQFL532
  • Collection
  • 1996-1997

Interviews on 32 micro cassette tapes, conducted between 1996 and 1997 by Harry Spratt with former members of the Queensland Branch of the Communist Party of Australia while undertaking a research degree at Griffith University. Interviewees are: Claude Jones, Jim Henderson, Ivan (Jack) Ivanoff, Paul Norton, Doug Eaton, Dick Annear, Alice Hughes, and Jack Pemberthy.

Spratt, Harry

Photographs relating to the Ipswich Hospital for the Insane

  • UQFL501
  • Collection
  • [190-?]-[193-?]

4 photographs of senior staff associated with the Ipswich Hospital for the Insane: Dr Howard Foxton, Dr Basil Stafford, Dr Alexander Morrison and Mr Samuel Lewis; 1 aerial photograph of the site.

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