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Photographs of buildings

Photographs of buildings planned by Roman Pavlyshyn and buildings with whose planning he was associated. Includes: Aschaffenburg, Germany, 1947 to 1948; Karl Langer's architectural and town planning office, 1948 to 1951; Commonwealth Department of Works, Queensland branch, 1951 to 1958; Queensland Public Works Department, 1958 to 1964 and 1966 to 1969; and Beck and Pavlyshyn, 1964 to 1966.

Royal Australian Institute of Architects

Box 7
Folder 4
The Quality of Architectural Services.
a. The Quality of Architectural Services. Discussion paper by R. Pavlyshyn. 20 June 1973.
b. The Quality of Architectural Services: A Series of Papers on Various Areas of Architectural Practice Prepared Initially the New South Wales, Victorian, Queensland, South Australian and Western Australian Chapters of the Royal Australian Institute of Architects and Edited (with Additional Material) by Angus Teece. 1981.
c. Various correspondence concerning the above publications (10 items).

Box 13
Folder 8
Quality of Architectural Services. Submission (1973) and miscellaneous other documents.

Box 17
Folder 3
Documents relating to Pavlyshyn's membership, 1996-2015

Projects designed and documented for the Ukrainian community

Projects designed and documented for the Ukrainian Association of Queensland (UAQ). Pavlyshyn was president from 1951 to 1967 and from 1981 to 1982.

Box 6
Folder 5
Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul of Melbourne, proposed iconostasis, October 1965. Reduced copy.
Proposed Ukrainian Memorial Hall in Canberra, ACT, for the Ukrainian Association of the Australian Capital Territory. December 1970; Proposal with covering texts in Ukrainian and English and a sketch plan.
Ukrainian Churches in Australia (Melbourne: Monash University, Slavic Section, 1993).

Box 14
Folder 1
UAQ building – Ukrainian Community Centre at 70 Cordelia Street, South Brisbane.
Various plans.
Reconstruction of UAQ hall after fire of March 1977: RP chaired the Initiative Committee and the Construction Committee.

Folder 2
Building committee meetings and reports.
Reconstruction of UAQ hall: plans.
Reconstruction of UAQ hall: correspondence, including correspondence to secure Queensland Government grant.

Folder 3
Ukrainian churches and church organisations.
Ukrainian Catholic Church of Our Lady of Protection, Brisbane. Various architectural plans.
Ukrainian Catholic Church of Our Lady of Protection, Brisbane. Specifications.
Ukrainian Catholic Church of Our Lady of Protection, Brisbane. Tenders. Various documents.

Folder 4
Construction of Ukrainian Catholic Church of Our Lady of Protection, Brisbane. Correspondence with contractor and bank.
Artwork and furnishings, Ukrainian Catholic Church of Our Lady of Protection, Brisbane. Correspondence and miscellaneous.

Folder 5
Ukrainian Catholic Church of Our Lady of Protection, Brisbane. Photographs of artwork by Myron Levytsky.
Repainting of Ukrainian Catholic Church of Our Lady of Protection, Brisbane (1992).
Alterations to residence behind Ukrainian Catholic Church of Our Lady of Protection, Brisbane (1965).

Box 15
Folder 1
Plans for Ukrainian Catholic Churches.
Plans for Ukrainian Catholic Church in Canberra. Not built.
Correspondence and Plans for Ukrainian Catholic Church in Newcastle. Not built.
Ivan Slynko. Plan for Ukrainian Catholic Church in Sunshine (Melbourne), Victoria.
Henderson and Thompson, architects. Plans for a Ukrainian Catholic Church, Maylands (Perth), Western Australia. Not Built.
Competition for design of a chapel for the Ukrainian section of the Sydney Cemetery, Rookwood. Correspondence (1967).
Proposal to build a church in Banja Luka, Yugoslavia, using RP’s plans for the Ukrainian Catholic Church of Our Lady of Protection, Brisbane (1975). Sketches, plan, correspondence.
Sketch plan for the Shrine of Our Lady of Protection in Marian Valley, Canungra, Queensland. Not built.

Folder 2
Iconostases.
Iconostasis for the Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral of SS Peter and Paul, Melbourne. Competition entry. Plans, correspondence. Not erected.
Iconostasis for Ukrainian Catholic Church of St John the Baptist, Maylands, Perth. Correspondence and other materials.
Iconostasis for Ukrainian Catholic Church of the Transfiguration, Queanbeyan, NSW. Plans, correspondence and other materials.

Folder 3
Completion of the Ukrainian Catholic Church of St. Andrew in Sydney. Correspondence (1964).
Monument for the 1000th anniversary of Christianity in Ukraine, Canberra. Correspondence.

Folder 4
Plans for residential buildings
Headstones, Monuments
Ukranian Memorial Hall, Canberra
Cockington Greens Gardens. Advice on scale model of building representative of the Ukranian architectural tradition

Folder 5
Designs and Graphics
Stage Designs

Box 17
Folder 1
Funerary architecture. Plans and sketches

Folder 2
Plans for Reconstruction of the building of the Ukrainian Association of Queensland after its partial destruction by fire, 1976-78.

Ukrainian Catholic Church of Our Lady of Protection, 36 Broadway Street, Woolloongabba. (a) Various designs for furnishings and other details of the church; (b) Photographs of the church after completion of the sanctuary icon and iconostasis (artist: Myron Levytsky) in 1969; (c) sketches and other materials for a Ukrainian Catholic shrine at Marian Valley, Canungra, Queensland.

Letters: Jan 1917 - Dec 1917.

Handwritten letters to family from Frederick (Fred) William Scott Martin during his war service in World War One. The correspondence in this file begins while Martin was in the trenches at the Western Front. His final letter is dated 31 August 1917. Martin was killed in action in Belgium on 20 September 1917. The final documents in this folder are an article about Martin published in The Humpybong Halcyon newspaper on 20 October 1917, a letter from the Queensland Department of Public Instruction to Martin's father, dated 6 December 1917, and a copy of a Commonwealth record detailing the actions that led to Martin being awarded the Military Medal.

Letters: Jan 1916 - Sep 1916.

Handwritten letters to family from Frederick (Fred) William Scott Martin during his war service in World War One. The correspondence in this file begins while Martin was convalescing in Weymouth and ends with postcards sent from France.

Letters: Jan 1915 - Nov 1915.

Handwritten letters to family from Frederick (Fred) William Scott Martin during his war service in World War One. The letters in this file begin while Martin was in training in Australia and cover his service at Gallipoli and his transfer to the United Kingdom after falling ill.

Letters from Marjorie McCosker.

Letters from Marjorie McCosker, mostly to Francie. Folder also contains a travel coupon for Mrs S. McCosker for travel from Brisbane to Rabaul, date 17 July 1950.

Letters from Walford King.

Letters from Walford King in 1940 during his war service in Palestine and a photograph of King in AIF uniform in Jerusalem in 1940. The folder also contains a letter dated 25 December 1924 from 'Joe' to Telong, identified as G.T. Heathcote.

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