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Ephemera, [2012] Oct 27

  • F3743
  • Item
  • [2012]

Flier for Folk Tales and Modern Mythology event, including book launch of 'Kiss and other poems from ACR' by ACR. Signed by ACR on reverse.

Raft Gallery (Willagee, W.A.)

Jackie Huggins Collection

  • UQFL468
  • Collection
  • 1968-1999

Manuscripts, correspondence, minutes, newspaper cuttings, ephemera, and photocopies from published items relating to Queensland Indigenous politics, campaigns and organisations. There is material about the Aboriginal and Islander Independent Community School in Brisbane; One People of Australia League; and accounts of Aboriginal and Torres Strait islanders events and activities around the 1982 Commonwealth Games and Musgrave Park in the 1980s.

Huggins, Jackie

Photocopy of handwritten biography of Beryl Wharton

Photocopy of a handwritten account of Beryl Wharton, giving details of her life at Cherbourg mission, working life and the various places she lived. Undated. Author of account is a grandchild; name not supplied. There is a timeline of events in the life of Beryl are from 1924 to 1986; most likely this account was written in the late 1980s.

Huggins, Jackie

Douglas, Daly and Bottger Records

  • UQFL289
  • Collection
  • 1955-1998

Architectural drawings and photographs of residential, commercial, government, industrial, health, education, religious and tourism buildings, as well as various other building types, in Brisbane, the Gold Coast and other locations throughout Queensland. Some projects to which the drawings and photographs relate include the Butterfly House in the South Bank Parklands, Cathedral Square, St Andrew's War Memorial Hospital, Admiralty Towers, Chinatown in Fortitude Valley and Park Avenue South Bank.

Douglas, Daly and Bottger

Malcolm Bunzli Papers

  • UQFL669
  • Collection
  • 1990-2002

Correspondence, ephemera, newspaper cuttings, personal papers, photographs and other documents relating to the life and career of landscape architect Harry Oakman as collected by his friend and fellow landscape architect Malcolm Bunzli; papers relating to Malcolm's assistance with research projects on Harry Oakman, Karl Langer and the history of landscape architecture in Queensland; papers relating to the Harry Oakman Award; and lecture notes and papers created and collected by Malcolm during his studies in landscape architecture at Durham University, England, as well as during his career as the originator then coordinator and lecturer of the Graduate Diploma in Landscape Architecture course at the Queensland Institute of Technology (now known as the Queensland University of Technology or QUT).

Papers were originally stored in three plastic spiral bound folders and one two-ring binder.

Bunzli, Malcolm

Harry Oakman biographical papers collected by Malcolm Bunzli

Papers relating to the life and career of Harry Oakman. Contains two colour photographs, one VHS tape.

Folder 1
Photograph, colour, 13 x 18 cm, of Harry Oakman, undated, possibly taken between 2000 and 2002.

Photocopies of biographical materials on Harry Oakman, including photocopies of undated photographs of Harry, black and white, at various ages between childhood and adulthood, and typed records of Harry's work and education history and landscape projects, with handwritten annotations in pen.

Articles and cuttings, both photocopies and originals, about Harry from magazines, newspapers and other publications from 1990 to 1997.

Photocopy of a typescript, one leaf, 30 cm, titled 'Notes of conversation with Mr H Oakman subject Queens Park Brisbane' dated 12 February 1991, written by Malcolm Bunzli and Fiona Gardiner.

Typescript, four leaves, 34 cm, undated, titled 'What kind of gardener are you?', written by Harry Oakman and, according to pencil annotations, submitted for publication to The Australian Women's Weekly.

Photocopy of a crosshatch pen illustration, 30 x 21 cm, undated, artist unknown, possibly created by Harry Oakman.

Handwritten notes, various sizes, about Harry's life and career.

Colour photograph, 10 x 15 cm, of a rainbow. Pen inscription on the verso reads 'Photo by Harry Oakman'.

Papers relating to a session at the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) National Conference 1992 held in Brisbane, in which Harry Oakman was the guest speaker, including photocopied correspondence from conference organisers to Malcolm Bunzli, a photocopy of handwritten notes intended to introduce Harry Oakman as the speaker, and two typescripts (possibly two versions) of a talk by Harry Oakman created for the conference.

Articles by Harry Oakman cut from a April 1975 issue of Queensland Garden and 1986 issues of Green Fingers.

Typed draft of an essay by Ross McKinnon, Malcolm Bunzli and Ray Steward titled 'Harry Oakman : a man for all seasons', later published in 2003 in the Queensland Review, volume 10, issue 2, under the title 'Harry Oakman (1906-2002) : a retrospective of his life and work'.

Typed correspondence, dated 30 May 2000, from the Brisbane City Council to Jeannie Sim and Malcolm Bunzli regarding a taped VHS interview with Harry Oakman. Includes a handwritten note to Malcolm asking him to show the VHS tape to Harry. Please see Item 1.

Typed correspondence from Malcolm Bunzli to the Brisbane City Council, dated 18 August 2000, with information about Harry Oakman's publications, and typed records of Harry's publication history, including prices of titles and numbers of copies sold.

Invitation, one leaf, 30 cm, from the Brisbane City Council to AILA members to attend a garden party to celebrate Harry Oakman, 'a great Brisbane garden designer', at Cathedral Square 8 October 2002.

Folder 2
Harry Oakman's 1963 application for position of Chief Landscape Architect at the National Capital Development Commission (NCDC) in Canberra, three leaves, 34 cm.

Typed correspondence and draft of an obituary by Malcolm Bunzli titled 'A tribute to the life of Harry Oakman', later published in a 2002 issue of Landscape Australia, vol. 24, no. 3.

Three leaves, 34 cm, of correspondence between Harry and the Department of Works in Brisbane regarding a job offer, dated between December 1965 and January 1966.

Typescripts, two leaves, 34 cm, of Harry's work history and landscape projects, with handwritten annotations in pen and pencil.

Harry's funeral order of service, 1 leaf, 21 cm, from his funeral held 24 June 2002 at Lakeview Chapel at the Albany Creek Crematorium, along with a typed note addressed to Malcolm from 'Jennifer'.

Newspaper cuttings, original and photocopied, about Harry's death from 2002.

Photocopy of newspaper cutting collage from 1963 with articles about Harry's transfer to the NCDC in Canberra.

Typed transcripts of eulogies read at Harry's funeral, including a tribute by John Collins from The Jacaranda Press and fellow landscape architect Lawrence Smith.

Papers relating to a tree planting ceremony to honour Harry Oakman, held 23 October 2002 at Oakman Park, Taringa, arranged by the Brisbane City Council. Includes an invitation; an event program; a transcript of an address delivered by Malcolm Bunzli at the ceremony; correspondence dated 31 October 2002 from Brisbane City councillor Judy Magub to Malcolm, thanking him for attending the ceremony; newsletter or newspaper cuttings of articles about the ceremony.

Seven leaves of a printed webpage from 2002 from the Wests Juniors AFL Football Club website containing an article about Harry Oakman's biography and the history of Oakman Park.

Item 1
VHS tape, colour footage with sound, approximately 6 minutes in length. Film is titled 'In the beginning: with Harry Oakman, Parks Manager 1947 - 1963' and features an interview of Harry Oakman by Jeannie Sim, recorded in 2000 as part of a production by the Brisbane City Council Parks Department on the curators and landscape designers of Brisbane parks and gardens. The interview is split into three parts: 'Parks in the 1940s', 'Oakman design philosophy', and 'Recognised design examples'. Harry also discusses his favourite park, Newfarm Park. The tape relates to correspondence in Folder 1 between the Brisbane City Council and Malcolm Bunzli, dated 30 May 2000.

Bunzli, Malcolm

Newspaper cutting and note about the poem Doomed by Margaret Compton Saunders

  • F2011
  • File
  • 1939

Newspaper cutting of the poem Doomed by Margaret Compton (June) Sauders that Kath Watson removed from the The Courier-Mail, 5 Jan 1939, p. 3. Accompanied by a typescript note written by Kath Thomas in July 1979 about the poem.

Included with the poem and note in an envelope with the handwritten inscription "Enclosed in 1942 Australian Poetry (from Flexmore Hudson) and the Christmas Greetings from Rex Ingamells, and F.H. Jindyworobak 1943", with two small handwritten notes from Rex Ingamells and Flexmore Hudson, thanking Kath Watson for her contribution to poetry.

Thomas, Kath, 1911-1994

Correspondence, 1957-1959.

  • F3297
  • Item
  • 1957-1959.

Includes letters from John Blight submitting his manuscript " Down stream" to Angus & Robertson and the publishing company's assessment and reply. Also includes letters between Beatrice Davis and John Blight on the literary scene.

Blight, John, 1913-

Negatives of New Guinea

  • F3856
  • File
  • ca. 1940-1950

This file is comprised of a folder of 101 negatives, 11 x 7 cm. Images of mostly landscapes, with some of ships, workers at a building site, local indigenous people, what appears to be a WWII memorial. Original box marked 'New Guinea' and appeared to have the name 'Reg Sly' in pencil on the back.

Vitaly Gzell Architectural Drawings

  • UQFL227
  • Collection
  • 1947-1974

Drawings of residential and commercial buildings in Brisbane and regional Queensland. Includes some Blackburne and Gzell plans. The collection includes plans for Twelfth Night Theatre.

Gzell, Vitaly, 1908-1977

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