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Thoughts on beauty,

  • F295
  • Item
  • [19--?]

Poem in 3 stanzas.
Marginal handwritten note to Firmin McKinnon, asking his opinion of it, whether it should be published as one poem.
Also includes 5 handwritten letters to the Fryer Librarian sent in 1972, and a photograph of Grano aged 76, taken by his daughter.

Grano, Paul, 1894-1975

The task of Australian poetry,

  • F905
  • Item
  • 1965

Typescript paper delivered at the Australian Literature Seminar, University of New England Extension Dept. Summer School, Jan 1965.

Wright, Judith, 1915-2000

Songs, novels, echoes, plays / [attributed to G.W. Rowley]

  • F3675
  • Item
  • [1887-1913].

Leather bound journal 13 x 21 cm, containing handwritten notes, poems, newspaper clippings. Binding broken. Newspaper clippings: Australian Ode Competition 1913 -- Aladdin's Pastepot -- Remember the Waiter -- The Queen's Jubilee -- To Wolsley all authored by 'CROMWELL'; The Peace Soceity -- Imprisoned in his chimney -- Quelled by a bike various clippings from the Sunday Times 1899, many authored by 'Uncle Billy', 'UB' and 'The Goat'; Psychic Pianist -- Poor Humanity -- National Song Competition. Poems: The Twins -- The Danube -- The Lady Pharisee -- Sydney Harbour and the meeting of the waters -- Welcome Earl Beauchamp (Sydney 24/4/1899 GW) -- The Capitalist -- Coronation of King Edward VII (June 29 1892) -- Home rule for Old Ireland (12 June 1902) -- The Water and Sewerage Board -- Pity me -- The Nun and the Cardinal -- Ode to Australia (25/8/1913) -- Congenial souls (illustrated) -- On the revision of the New Testament -- Love -- Oh the happy days of childhood -- To give you a glimpse of a heavenly kiss. Songs: Patriotic song -- A young Cockadoodle . . . Old Brown. Plays: Ali Cogia or The Fraudulent trustee by GWR -- King Harold a play in three acts by GWR [1881] -- Out of the ranks. Manuscripts: Our tricycle ride to Harwick [Sept 27th 1890] -- The Burglary in Arcadia -- [indescipherable by Tidy-fol-lol] -- Marion -- Never more -- Duet -- The Farmer's wife and the geese -- The MP and his voter -- Lie-water and the Chinaman -- The Prior of Cosmo -- Jack and the mermaid -- An amusing episode. Music: Patriotic song.

Rowley, G. W.

Rebecca Edwards Papers

  • UQFL434
  • Collection
  • 1982-2007

Poetry drafts, correspondence, reviews, work journals, sketches and artworks.

Edwards, Rebecca, 1969-

Poems, [1970-72?]

  • F277
  • Item
  • [1970-72?]

11 poems.
Titles: Requiem for a truckie; Growing crystals; Soliloquy: Old man; On hearing the muse; Sonnet to Artemis; The take-over; R.S.L. dance; A kind of reward; Disclaimers; [Untitled]; Apology for unborn children.

Freer, Maureen, 1931-

Poems, [19--]

  • F108
  • Item
  • [19--]

30 poems by Christopher Brennan, probably selected and copied by Professor F.W. Robinson.

Brennan, Christopher John, 1870-1932

Poems, 1914

  • F106
  • Item
  • 1914

Typescript copy of 'Poems' (Sydney: G.B. Philip, 1913). Includes list of subscribers. Dated 24 Dec 1914.

Brennan, Christopher John, 1870-1932

Poems, 1899-1920

  • F107
  • Item
  • 1899-1920.

Poems composed by Brennan between 1899 and 1920, with extracts from A.G. Stephens's 'Chris Brennan'.

Brennan, Christopher John, 1870-1932

Poems,

  • F270
  • Item
  • [19--?]

Five poems.
Titles: Blue eyes; Marigolds; Outpost; The call; Would you remember?
Transcribed from newspaper cuttings by Norman K. Harvey.

Forrest, M. (Mabel), 1872-1935

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