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Cosme colony (Paraguay)
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Cecily Cameron Papers

  • UQFL439
  • Collection
  • 1889-1992

Correspondence, minutes, reports, bulletins, flyers, photographs and notes relating to the Trades and Labor Council of Queensland and its Secretary from 1952 until 1969, Alex Macdonald. Includes Labour Day flyers from the 1890s and anti-conscription flyers and posters from World War One.

Cameron, Cecily, 1934-2007

Cosme letters 1975-1978

  • F3454
  • Item
  • 1975-1978.

Letters in English and Spanish to Marney Dunn and her husband from Wallace Wood, Colin McLeod and Silvia McLeod de Wood, with translations and explanatory notes by Dunn. The letters deal mainly with the Dunns' visit to Wood and McLeod in Paraguay in 1975 and subsequent efforts to assist the latter financially through the sale of original copies of the 'Cosme Monthly' newsletter.

Dunn, Marney

Trades and Labor Council of Queensland Records

  • UQFL118
  • Collection
  • 1894-

The collection reflects not only the emergence of the central organising body of the Trades and Labor Council of Queensland, achieved in 1947, but the often radical and pioneering nature of the Queensland labour movement itself. This is especially to be seen in documents relating to the 1890s shearers' strikes, the Cosme Settlement, the 1912 tramway strike, the 1946/48 strikes and those of the 1960s. Includes minutes (1922-1984), reports, agenda and decisions, financial records, correspondence, subject files, newspaper clippings, and photographs.
Papers relate to : industrial disputes, Cosme colony, the Eight Hour Day Movement, Communist Party of Australia (Queensland) and Australian Labor Party, Workers' Educational Association, Australian Labor Day Committee, Queensland Industrial Court, Trade Union congresses, and Australian Council of Trade Unions.
Includes issues of The Organiser (1937-1939) and Cosme Monthly (1894-1904).

Trades and Labor Council of Queensland

Poems, [1966-1968]

  • F403
  • Item
  • [1966-1968]

Newspaper clippings, of series of articles by John Lane about Cosme, removed due to poor physical condition. ('Daily Mail', Brisbane, February 1930.)

Lane, Hilda

Newspaper cuttings

  • F1721
  • Item
  • [195-]?

Photocopy of newspaper cuttings which gives birth and death dates of Griffiths family.
Cuttings relate to the New Australia colony at Cosme, Paraguay.

Griffiths, Jennie Scott, 1876-1951