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Australia -- Discovery and exploration
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Papers, [184-]-[195-]

  • F3203
  • Item
  • [184-]-[195-]

9 folders containing photocopied manuscripts including: Folder 1 -- Ludwig Leichhardt's letter to B. Graham and P.S. Thomson; J. Gilbert's letter to F. Strange. Folder 2 -- Lionel Lindsay's manuscript of "Addled Art". Folder 3 and 4 -- Lionel Lindsay's typescript of "Discobolus and other verse" with handwritten emendations. Folder 5 -- Henry Lawson's manuscript of "Andy's gone with cattle". Folder 6 -- Henry Lawson's handwritten letter to his sister. Folder 7 -- Henry Lawson's poem "What manner of man is he?". Folder 8 -- Henry Lawson's poem "The child slaves of the fairy west". Folder 9 -- Two black and white photographs of Henry Lawson in his youth.

Lionel Lindsay Gallery

Discovery of Queensland, 1884

  • F98
  • Item
  • 1884

Transcript of series of articles (6) about earliest discoverers of north-east Australia.

Bonwick, James, 1817-1906

Souvenirs Francais en Australie

  • F1708
  • Item
  • [189- - 196-]?

Scrapbooks containing typed transcriptions from books and periodicals, mss entries, press cuttings, photographs and cartoons. Mainly dealing with early navigators and explorers, French comments on Australian society and conditions, with some material on Aboriginal origins and art.

Chicoteau, Marcel, 1915-

J. H. M. Abbott Papers

  • UQFL406
  • Collection
  • [19--?]

Eight notebooks with mss notes and drafts of work later published (mostly in the Bulletin), eight historical essays and a history of the Upper Hunter region in New South Wales.

Abbott, J. H. M. (John Henry Macartney), 1874-1953

Dig, 1937: a drama of central Australia / by Frank Clune.

  • F3397
  • Item
  • 1937

Typescript [carbon copy] on single-sided quarto size paper, comprising title-page showing Clune's address as 'Marengo', Princes Avenue, Vaucluse, Sydney; dedication page; foreword; contents page; and 305 leaves of double-space typescript.
Original typed manuscript of 'Dig: a drama of central Australia', published in 1937 by Angus & Robertson, being the story of Burke and Wills and their explorations in Central Australia in the mid 19th century.

Clune, Frank, 1893-1971