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Colin Clark Papers

  • UQFL87
  • Collection
  • 1907-1986.

Correspondence; own publications and writings; book reviews; newspaper cuttings; slides; index cards. Collection reflects interests and involvement in politics, agriculture, economics, economic policy, demography, public finance, international data, religion and ancient history. Correspondence includes letters to and from John Maynard Keynes and B.A. Santamaria. Inventory includes a list of publications. Collection also includes photocopies of papers in Colin Clark Collection, Brasenose College, Oxford.
Bulk of collection 1931-1986.

Clark, Colin, 1905-1989

Elaine Marlay Papers

  • UQFL98
  • Collection
  • 1936-1975

Papers on the history of dental education in Queensland, dental health and fluoridation of public water supplies.

Marlay, Elaine, 1915-1977

John Joseph Murphy Papers

  • UQFL99
  • Collection
  • 1932-1985.

Diaries, correspondence, reports and photographs, relating to Murphy's service in the Australian administration of Papua New Guinea in a number of official positions between 1936 and 1969. Includes material relating to John J. Murphy's book, The book of Pidgin English; also a small amount of family history papers relating to the Campbell, Boyd and Pratt families, including letters from Austin Pratt written after his evacuation from Gallipoli.

Murphy, John J. (John Joseph), 1914-1997

Andrew Lang Petrie Papers

  • UQFL101
  • Collection
  • 1903-1983

Business records, letterbooks with prices, wages and accounts, job books for monumental and terrazzo work, photographs for Petrie family business of monumental masonry.

Petrie, Andrew Lang, 1854-1928

Hilda Tuxworth Papers

  • UQFL102
  • Collection
  • 1875-1993

Correspondence, personal papers, newspaper cuttings, photographs, reel to reel tape, diaries of Banka Banka station (1928-1929, 1934-1936, 1941-1943). Collection reflects Mrs Tuxworth's interest in the local history of the Northern Territory.
Banka Banka cattle station, ninety miles north of Tennant Creek, was bought in 1940 by Mary and James Ward and sold to American interests in 1969. The Aboriginal employees on the station were mainly of the Warrumungu tribe.

Tuxworth, Hilda

W. Hodgen and Hodgen Records

  • UQFL116
  • Collection
  • 1898-1943.

Specifications correspondence, tenderbooks and related business records, and architectural plans and drawings. Includes some plans of other architects including Atkinson and McLay, Addison and MacDonald, and E.P. Trewern.

W. Hodgen and Hodgen

Daphne Mayo Papers

  • UQFL119
  • Collection
  • 1897-1982.

In this collection belonging to Daphne Mayo, there are over 100 folders of correspondence: 13 of these folders relate to Daphne Mayo's commissioned and uncommissioned sculptural works. There are over 1400 items of correspondence from Daphne Mayo's parents, Bill and Lila Mayo. There are over 1220 items of correspondence from friends and family of Daphne Mayo. A small number of outgoing letters or drafts are in the collection. There are financial records and related correspondence, bank records, tax records relating to the finances of Daphne Mayo regarding her artistic works, property investments, and investments in bonds and shares. Personal documents of Daphne Mayo are present such as: permits; identification documents; diaries; calendars; handwritten notes, writings, scribblings; and copious lists for all areas of Daphne Mayo's life. There are portrait photographs of Daphne Mayo and of her works from 1919-1974; as well as two albums of photographs taken by Judith McKay when Daphne Mayo's Sydney studio was packed up. Included in the collection are 48 sculpting tools used by Daphne Mayo. The most prolific of Daphne Mayo's works of art in the collection are her drawings and paintings with over 436 artworks, as well as 22 sculptures, and 46 sketchbooks. Retained in the collection are publications, inscribed by Daphne Mayo and others, exhibition catalogues, and newspaper and magazine cuttings given to Daphne Mayo or collected by her. Additionally material that is presumed to be from the estate of Lila Mayo, Daphne Mayo's mother, form part of the collection and this includes 6 folders of letters from 1930 to 1959 from Daphne Mayo to her parents.

Mayo, Daphne, 1895-1982

Harold Parker Papers

  • UQFL7
  • Collection
  • 1873-1973

Personal papers, correspondence (incoming and outgoing), financial records, sketchbooks and sketches, newspaper clippings, exhibition catalogues, photographs, artworks. Also some personal papers of Janet Parker.

Parker, Harold, 1873-1962

Ernestine Hill Papers

  • UQFL18
  • Collection
  • [ca. 1930-1974]

Typescript and handwritten drafts, notes and research material relating to published works and also to a wide range of literary projects mostly undertaken during the later part of Hill's writing career, from 1945 onwards. These unpublished works cover a variety of genres: novels, plays, descriptive writing and scripts for radio, television and film. Personal correspondence and a very large collection of photographs taken by Hill during her many long tours of outback Australia. Material on the life of Daisy Bates, and plans for a film based on her life; also two complete unpublished novels.

Hill, Ernestine, 1899-1972

Douglas Shenton Annand Papers

  • UQFL21
  • Collection
  • 1926-1980

Newspaper cuttings; photographs; correspondence; drawings; designs for murals; 42 pencil and ink sketches 1926-1927. Some of the photographs are by Max Dupain.

Annand, Douglas Shenton, 1903-1976

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