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Papers, 1858-1988

  • F3352
  • Item
  • 1858-1988.

Photocopies of items from a scrapbook: photographs, letters, birth certificates, newspaper clippings, notes for a family history.
Also photocopies of typescript transcripts and handwritten letters from Mrs. H.G. (Annie Margaret) Wheeler (nee Laurie) to Rockhampton newspapers 'The Morning Bulletin' and 'The Capricornian', 19 Jun 1917-15 Nov 1917 (10 items). Bulk of material 1886-1920.

Laurie family

Papers related to the Browne family, 1915-1972

  • F139
  • Item
  • 1915-72.

Letters, newspaper cuttings, 2 photographs, and articles written for the 'Women's Weekly', re: the Browne family of Durham Downs Station near Roma, other pioneering Queensland families, and the author's life on 'Gresford', Kumbarilla, near Dalby.

Browne, Joyce

Jottings from my notebook

  • F801
  • Item
  • [1938]?

Ernest Jones arrived in Brisbane with his family on the 'Eastern Empire' in 1866. He describes early Brisbane, cane growing in South-East Queensland, growing cotton and fruit at Buderim, and growing bananas, coffee and citrus. Accompanied by handwritten notes on the jottings by A.B. White (5 l.), 1973.

Burnett, Ernest Jones, 1853-1940

Letter, 1973 Oct 9 : Sydney, to Mrs B. G. White.

  • F805
  • Item
  • 1973

Typescript, signed, on paper headed Queensland Newspapers Pty. Sydney. Accompanied by handwritten letter from Amy White (2 l.)
Letter to Mrs B.G. White, Buderim re her comments on a feature article in the Courier Mail on Toogoolawah.

Blaikie, George, 1915-1995

Letters, 1933 : Toogoolawah, to A. J. McConnel.

  • F808
  • Item
  • 1933

Three handwritten letters from Ethel Butler to A.J. McConnel re her family history, the Murray Prior family and their early days in Queensland and New South Wales. The letters are dated 9 February, 8 March, and 14 March 1933.

Butler, Ethel N.

Recollections of a rambling life, 1897

  • F9
  • Item
  • 1897

Autobiography of Queensland pioneer and pastoralist Thomas Archer.
First published in 1897 in Yokohama, Japan by the 'Japan Gazette' for private circulation.
This transcript was copied by hand by William James Gall (1867-1938); it concludes as Archer departs for California.

Archer, Thomas, 1823-1905

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