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Bang goes my O.B.E.!, 1961

  • F797
  • Item
  • 1961

Manuscript of article published in reduced form in 'The Bulletin', 22 Feb 1961, p. 52.

Herbert, Xavier, 1901-1984

Business correspondence, 1945-1950

  • F1272
  • Item
  • 1945-1950.

Business correspondence (17 Aug 1945 - 31 Mar 1950) with printers, publishers, etc.

England, E. M. (Edith Mary), 1899-1979

Cave girl, 1938

  • F2485
  • Item
  • 1938

Serial story.
Photocopied newspaper clippings from 'The Age', Literary Section. Dated Jan - Feb 1938.
Includes small photograph of E.M. England.

England, E. M. (Edith Mary), 1899-1979

Constance Mackness Papers

  • UQFL365
  • Collection
  • 1902-1973.

Personal papers and photographs, including an autobiography and a history of the first 50 years of the Presbyterian Girls' College, Warwick, Queensland.

Mackness, Constance, 1882-1973

Correspondence with F.D.O. Fielding, 1976

  • F3320
  • Item
  • 1976

Letters (3) 20 July 1976 - 24 September 1976 to F.D.O. Fielding, discussing the translation of 'Poor Fellow My Country' into Japanese.
Also 3 letters from F.D.O. Fielding to Xavier Herbert, commenting on 'Poor Fellow My Country' and the federal political situation.

Herbert, Xavier, 1901-1984

David Malouf Papers

  • UQFL163
  • Collection
  • 1948-2016

This collection of David Malouf contains corrected manuscript and typescript drafts of Bicycle and Other Poems, Johnno, An Imaginary Life, Child's Play, Eustace, The Prowler, Fly Away Peter, Harland's Half Acre, Antipodes : Stories, 12 Edmonstone Street, The Great World, Remembering Babylon, The Conversations at Curlow Creek, Every Move You Make, and Ransom.

There are draft typescripts and related documents for Opera Libretti by David Malouf (both published and unpublished): Voss : Opera in Two Acts After the Novel by Patrick White, Invocation to Earth, Remembering Babylon, 'The Aspern Papers', 'You can't think of everything', 'A Winter's Tale', The Fox and the Magpie. In addition there are two versions of 10,000 Miles Away, written by David Malouf for theatre.

This collection has over 1700 letters written to David Malouf from an extensive number of correspondents: Glenda Adams, Luciana Arrighi, Murray Bail, Bruce Beaver, John Bell, Bruce Beresford, Michael Berkeley, John Blight, Michael Brennan, David Brooks, Bille Brown, Felicity Bryan, Carmen Callil, Ian Callinan, Felix Calvino, Nancy Cato, Clem Christesen [writing to Judith Green, later Rodriguez], John Clanchy, Alison Clark, Dymphna Clark, Manning Clark, John Coetzee, Adele Cohen, Matthew Condon, Jim Davidson, Robyn Davidson, Bruce Dawe, Robert Dessaix, Rosemary Dobson, Espie Dods, Eve Duncan, Don Dunstan, Geoffrey Dutton, Nin Dutton, Christopher Edwards, Nick Enright, Michele Field, Helen Garner, Marea Gazzard, Clem Gorman, Lisa Gorton, Kate Grenville, Elizabeth Harrower, Kenneth J Harvey, Dennis Haskell, Ihab Hassan, Shirley Hazzard (Shirley and Francis Steegmuller), Janette Turner Hospital, Brian Howard, Barry Humphries, Ivor Indyk, Elizabeth Jolley, Gail Jones, Nicholas Jose (Nick Jose), Beate Josephi and Andrew Taylor, Nancy Keesing, Thomas Keneally, John Kinsella, Manoly Lascaris, David Leavitt, Gerard Lee, Geoffrey Lehmann, Kathy Lette, Alan Lightman, Stephen McClymont, Mark McKenna, Robert Macklin, Tony Maniaty, David Marr, Mandy Martin, Gillian Mears, Drusilla Modjeska, Frank Moorhouse, Mal Morgan, Les Murray, Philip Neilson, Cees Nooteboom, Mark O’Connor, Carlo Olivieri, Margaret Olley, Michael Ondaatje, Tony Page, Peter Porter, Pixie Pratt [Pixie O’Harris], Judith Rodriguez, David Rowbotham, Ethel Rowbotham, Lilian Roxon, John Ralston Saul, Jaya Savige, Scripsi (Michael Heyward and Peter Craven], Penelope Seidler, Tom Shapcott, Lidija Simkus-Pocius (Lidija Simkute), Ian Sinnamon, Norah Smallwood, Jeffrey Smart, Christina Stead, Lurline Stuart, John Tranter, James Tulip (Jim Tulip), UQP [Frank W Thompson, Roger McDonald, Craig Munro], Christopher Wallace-Crabbe (Chris Wallace-Crabbe), Robin Wallace-Crabbe, Jacki Weaver, Peter Weir, Gough Whitlam, Phyllis Webb, Patrick White, and many others.

Malouf, David, 1934-

Death at the barn dance, 1947

  • F2115
  • Item
  • 1947

Photocopied newspaper clippings from 'Topic.' Dated 10 July - 18 Sept 1947.

England, E. M. (Edith Mary), 1899-1979

Edith Mary England Papers

  • UQFL162
  • Collection
  • 1914-1979.

Manuscripts of short stories and radio plays, poems, scrapbook, newspaper clippings, periodicals, correspondence.

England, E. M. (Edith Mary), 1899-1979

Edward Vivian Timms Papers

  • UQFL380
  • Collection
  • 1911-1976.

Drafts of novels, short stories, film scripts and radio plays by Edward Vivian Timms and his wife, Alma. Also includes correspondence with publishers, royalty records, information on Timms' wartime service at Cowra internment camp, newspaper cuttings and ephemera.

Timms, Edward Vivian, 1895-1960

Favourite poems, 1913

  • F1399
  • Item
  • 1913

Anthology collected in school holidays [note].
Also photocopy of notebook.

England, E. M. (Edith Mary), 1899-1979

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