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Brennan, Christopher John, 1870-1932
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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, [19--]

  • F108
  • Item
  • [19--]

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

Brennan, Christopher John, 1870-1932

Letter to the Senate, University of Queensland, 1911

  • F109
  • Item
  • 1911

Letter 16 Dec 1911 to the Senate, University of Queensland, explaining his reasons for refusing by telegram the offer of a lectureship in Modern Literature.
Attached: copies of extracts from Brennan's previous application for the Chair of Classics, with testamonials from referees.
Also notice of motion of Senate meeting to consider the lectureship appointment.
Includes correspondence between Cecil Hadgraft and Zelman Cowen re the documents, reviews of French poetry by Christopher Brennan, and a copy of an unpublished poem by Christopher Brennan.

Brennan, Christopher John, 1870-1932

Syllabus of lectures on the Homeric question, 1907

  • F110
  • Item
  • 1907

Syllabus of lectures on the Homeric question given by Christopher Brennan in September 1907.
Issued by the Sydney University Extension Board.
The pamphlet contains a 'connected argument, which is the backbone of the lectures' and an extensive bibliography.

Brennan, Christopher John, 1870-1932

James McCourt Papers

  • UQFL382
  • Collection
  • 1902-1971

Correspondence relating to James Harold Hornibrook's research into his family history; correspondence relating to Hornibrook's involvement with the State Library of Queensland; correspondence, typescripts and a speech relating to Hornibrook's research for his book 'Bibliography of Queensland Verse' (1953); correspondence and published material relating to James McCourt's research into the poet Christopher Brennan; correspondence relating to McCourt's interests in Australian literature and the printing trade; manuscripts by Dorothea Mackellar. E.J. Brady, Vance Palmer, Mary Gilmore, James Devaney and Thomas Shapcott; theatre and concert programs, art exhibition catalogues and other ephemera.

McCourt, James (1949-)