Correspondence, speech notes and arwork related to Bill Curnow. Incoming and outgoing correspondence includes: working with CSIRO as Project Architect for the Australian National Animal Health Laboratory (ANAHL); with Correctional Facilities; Thiess; the University of Newcastle; and references with biographical information such as career highlights.
Speech notes include: Speech given entitled ‘C.S.I.R.O. Laboratory Animals, Their Production, Care and Housing’, 16 Feb 1972; Keynote address given at the occasion of the graduation dinner. Corrective Services Academy, Department of Corrective Services, New South Wales, 2 Dec 1994; Paper presented to the Queensland University of Technology’s Faculty of building Science entitles ‘The Changing faces of Architecture’ [undated]; Handwritten notes for a speech on private prisons entitled ‘Measuring the tangible and intangible benefits of a tender’ [undated]; Handwritten document about the development of private prisons in Australia entitled ‘Southern Cross Corrections’ [undated]; Typed document entitled ‘The Australian National Animal Health Laboratory’ [undated]; Brochure for Wang’s OPEN/image software used by the Royal Commission into the New south Wales Police Service, annotated, [undated]; andPhotocopy of handwritten notes outlining Curnow’s professional achievements and personal life [undated].
There is a caricature portrait of William Curnow, created on 22 Mar 1970 by unknown artist [initials B.Y.K.].