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Corresondence, Reports, Diaries

Correspondence, reports and diaries for the University of Queensland Bushwalking Club (UQBWC). This series contains the first annual report from 1950 which records the formation of the club. There are documents, correspondence, and reports relating to the Mt Barney Hut. Two diaries of outings and activies for 1994 and 1995 are present.

Works of Art

On Target. Oil painting by Queensland artist Irene Amos, presented to Pavlyshyn by his work colleagues on retirement.

Amos, Irene

Personal Papers

Box 16
Folder 1
Ludwig Dölger, reference for Roman Pavlyshyn, 1948.
Libby Winter, Biographical note on Karl Langer. RP worked for Langer in 1950-51.
Employment documentation,
a. 1951-1958: Commonwealth Department of Works; caricature by “Mitch” with help from “Ben” showing RP leaving the frying pan for the fire.
b. 1958-1964: Employment documentation, Queensland Department of Works. Unsolicited testimonial by David Longland
c. 1964-1966: Beck and Pavlyshyn, various materials.
d. 1966-1985: RP, employment documentation, Queensland Department of Works.

Folder 2
1959-1982: RP, miscellaneous documents, Queensland Department of Works.
1969-1982: RP, superannuation while at Queensland Department of Works. Miscellaneous.
Notes for speeches at work-related functions.
Official invitations to RP, miscellaneous, not sorted by date.

Folder 3
Correspondence. Semi-official but work-related.
Royal Australian Institute of Architects. Miscellaneous
National Public Works Conference, Photo (1983); NPWC, Measurement of performance of Public Construction Agencies.
Retirement from the Department of Works (1985) and as chairman of the Board of Architects of Queensland. RSVPs, speeches, copies of extracts from album of government building projects under RP’s tenure of responsible Departmental posts, various materials, photo.

Folder 4
Portrait and other photographs of Roman Pavlyshyn relating to his work at the Queensland Department of Works
CVs and biographical notes (English and Ukrainian)
Published biographies of Roman Pavlyshyn and related correspondence (English and Ukrainian)
Professional testimonials for Roman Pavlyshyn
Roman Pavlyshyn’s retirement from the Queensland Department of Works. Various materials.

Box 17
Folder 4
Documents relating to Pavlyshyn's education, immigration and employment
Newspaper cuttings
CD with List of Drawings, compiled in 2010

Postcards

Box 4
Four albums of largely unused postcards collected during World War I. Also includes postcards addressed to Eric Shapcott, Harold Shapcott's younger brother who died in a shooting accident at Glasshouse Mountains in 1918.
Album 1
96 unused postcards in a modern card album. Subjects include landscape views and buildings in the United Kingdom, South Africa, Tenerife, Perth (W.A.) as well as a few comical cards
Album 2
108 unused postcards in a modern card album. Subjects include landscape views and buildings in France.
Album 3
96 unused postcards in a modern card album. Subjects include landscape views and buildings in the United Kingdom.
Album 4
180 postcards, some used, in an old album. Includes mostly greeting cards, but also 52 views of Australian towns and cities.

Correspondence

Box 1
Folders 1 - 4: 118 letters by Harold Shapcott to his family, written while on active service in World War I, 1915 - 1919
Folder 5: Typed transcript of letters in folder 1 - 4
Folder 6: 7 letters to Harold Shapcott from his family, 1916 - 1919.
Folders 7 - 10: 45 letters and 35 greeting cards from friends to Harold Shapcott, 1917 - 1922; 1929.

Box 2
Folder 1: 4 letters from Returned Sailors & Soldiers Imperial League of Australia, 1919 - 1921.
Folder 2: 12 letters from the 42nd Battalion Re-Union Committee, 1927 - 1943.
Folder 3: 17 items of correspondence relating to War Pension, 1936 - 1972.
Folder 4: 1 letter from Lloyd Hodge relating to 'War Babies', 15 April 1959.
Folder 5: 15 items of correspondence relating to 'Overseas trip', including earlier letters from France, 1919 - 1964.
Folder 6: 12 items of correspondence, including in relation to memberships and motor vehicles, 1938 - 1967.

Leyshon house at West Chermside

Kevin and Betty Leyshon's house was designed by Dan Kelvey and was situated at 29 Rossett Street, West Chermside, Brisbane. Kelvey designed a home to fit the climate of Brisbane, built of materials that were readily available, wide overhangs or eaves, downpiping set into the building without being conspicuous, fairly flat roof without many angles and no tiles, concrete floor construction, interiors with natural materials. The file has correspondence, financial details and specifications relating to the land and house. Included is a two page note by Kev Leyshon about Dan Kelvey. There are three architectural drawings. There is an undated drawing of Residence for K. Leshion [sic] Esq at Rosset [sic] St. Chermside by D.W. Kelvey with elevations, sections, foundation plan, floor plan and kitchen details. There is a copy of this drawing with pencil notes. The third drawing is dated Mar 1965 for Proposed car-port extension for Mr. K. Leyshon at Rossett Street Chermside with Brisbane City Council specification attached and architect name not specified.

Leyshon, Kevin Robert, 1937-

Correspondence.

Letters and cards received or written by Anne McCosker and letters collected by her and used as source material for her books about Lieutenant Frederick Martin and the history of Australians in the colonial territory of New Guinea.

McCosker, Anne, 1940-

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