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Aboriginal Australians -- Social life and customs
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Caroline Kelly Papers

  • UQFL489
  • Collection
  • ca. 1900-1987

Personal and professional papers of Caroline Kelly, including correspondence; financial and legal papers; unpublished poetry and stories; theatre records and publications; anthropology field notes, reports and articles; photographs and newspaper cuttings.

Tennant-Kelly, Caroline, 1899-1989

Cultural development report submitted by J.S. Baker to the Federal Conference of the F.C.A.A. & T.S.I. Melbourne, (196?) 3 p.

Report submitted by J. S. Baker to the Federal Conference of the Federal Council for the Advancement of Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders on the rapid destruction and lack of respect and interest in the culture of Aboriginal Australians.

Council for Aboriginal Rights (Victoria)

Kath Walker interviewed

  • F3839
  • File
  • ca. 1975

Approximately 630 minutes of recorded interviews between Oodgeroo Noonuccal and Julianne Schwenke relating to Oodgeroo's life, work and worldview. The interviews were originally recorded as part of Schwenke's PhD research.

Oodgeroo Noonuccal, 1920-1993

The Mika or Kulpi operation of the Australian Aboriginals

  • F3658
  • Item
  • 1896

"Read before the Royal Society of N.S. Wales, June 3, 1896." Note on cover: 'Information on the same subject from two other sources'.
Last page entitled 'Mika or Kulpi' includes extracts from 'Psychology of Sex' by Havelock Ellis (1917) and 'Strange Sexual Customs' by Professor Paulo Montegazza (1932).

Stuart, Thomas Peter Anderson, Sir., 1856-1920

Letter, 1928 Dec. 12 : Ooldea, to Phoebe Kirwan.

  • F1520
  • Item
  • 1928

Handwritten letter includes discussion about murders by Aboriginal people, some anecdotes about Aboriginal people at Ooldea and New Norcia Benedictine Mission, and general observations about the social conditions of Aboriginal people at the time.
Refers to a possible article by Daisy Bates for the Brisbane Telegraph.

Bates, Daisy, 1861-1951

Letter, 1928 Nov. 10 : Ooldea, to Phoebe Kirwan.

  • F1519
  • Item
  • 1928

Handwritten reply to Phoebe Kirwan's suggestion that Daisy Bates write about Aboriginal people for the Brisbane Telegraph.
Includes references to cannibalism.

Bates, Daisy, 1861-1951