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Archibald Ernest Edgar Pearse Papers

  • F473
  • File
  • [1930?] -1973.

2 poems : 'To England : 1919' (2 leaves), 'Epilogue to war poems' (3 leaves); one article, "Addendum to tape-recording made by me for the Fryer Memorial Library at Queensland University on 26.11.73' (1 leaf). Article concerns P.R. Stephensen and accusations of treason against him and leaders of the Australia First Movement.

Pearse, Archibald Ernest Edgar, 1897-1987

Locks' Press Ephemera

  • FVF762
  • File
  • 1985-1987

Three Christmas cards designed, illustrated and printed by Fred and Margaret Lock of Locks' Press and one broadside.

Locks' Press

Jennifer Gow Photographs.

  • F3809
  • File
  • 1977-1978

Photographs and negatives taken by John Gow (now known as Jennifer Gow) of street marches from the University of Queensland to King George Square and gatherings outside the South Brisbane watch-house in 1977. Includes photocopy of John Gow's press pass 1977-1978.

Gow, Jennifer Fay

Kathleen Campbell-Brown Papers

  • F3847
  • File
  • 1969-1985

These papers contain corresondence to Kathleen Campbell-Brown, material relating to the Mary Alexis Macmillan Memorial Fund, the use of interest from the fund to purchase material for the Fryer Library, and material relating to Karl and Gertrude Langer. The papers can be divided into papers relating to the Mary Alexis Macmillan Memorial Fund and papers relating to Karl and Gertrude Langer.
Mary Alexis Macmillan Fund:
Correspondence relating to the Mary Alexis Macmillan Memorial Fund:
• Aerograms, four, from Kathleen L Fryer (cousin of John Denis Fryer), Ipswich, Suffolk, 1970. –
• Betty Patterson, Moorooka, writing about the Mary Alexis Macmillan Memorial Fund, 1970. –
• University Legal Officer, regarding tax deductions of money donated to the fund, 1970. –
• Copy of letter from the Deputy Commissioner of Taxation regarding the John Hardie Lavery Fund and the Mary Alexis Macmillian Memorial Fund, 1970. –
• Alumni Association, inviting Campbell-Brown to the Fryer Library to the handing over by the Committee of the books purchased with the first instalment of interest from the Fund, 24 Nov 1970. –
• Elizabeth S Gilmore, Springsure, 1971. –
• F.D.O. Fielding, University Librarian, with an accompanying list of new books bought from the Fund for the Fryer Library, 29 Sep 1971. –
• Margaret O’Hagan, Senior Librarian, Fryer Library regarding the lithographic negatives for the motif designed for the Mary Alexis Macmillan Memorial Collection book-plate, 23 Jul 1976. –

Papers relating to the Mary Alexis Macmillan Memorial Fund:
• Typescript, Queensland Association of University Women regarding the Fund, by K. Campbell-Brown, Convenor, 2 leaves, 13 Nov 1969. –
• Handwritten note regarding the fund on University of Queensland letterhead, 2 leaves, [undated]. –
• Typescript report, duplicated copy, regarding the establishment of the Fund, signed by Ruth George, for the Committee, 1969. –
• Typescript, 2 copies, both with handwritten emendations, titled “The Mary Alexis Macmillan Memorial Fund”, which includes information about the design of the bookplate to accompany material purchased from the Fund; attached is a handwritten note “article prepared for Courier Mail. It appeared quite different. Monday 19 Nov 1970 KCB”. --
• Newspaper cuttings relating to John Denis Fryer and the Mary Alexis Macmillan memorial Fund, 1970. –
• Letter from C.O.B. Wilson to the Fryer Librarian with a donation to the fund, 19 Nov 1970. –
• Four foolscap leaves, duplicated, listing donations to the Fund, 1970. –
• Enveloped address to Miss K. Campbell-Brown Dept of French, Main Building, with ‘Bookplate’ handwritten on front. It contained: a memorandum to Miss Campbell-Brown, returning the bookplate and a spare print for reproduction in the December Alumni News, signed by Susan Addison, Public Relations and Alumni Office; bookplate reproduction; bookplate; handwritten note with the name of the plant – Xanthorrhoea.
• Bookplate mockup: Drawing by Karl Langer and the wording for the bookplate, stuck together and pasted to the back cover of the manilla folder.

Papers relating to Karl and Gertrude Langer
• Letter from K Langer to the Mayor of Toulouse (in French), 1963. –
• Typescript, ‘Tribute to Dr. Karl Langer’, by Gareth E. Roberts, 2 leaves, accompanied by 2 b&w photographs of Karl Langer, 11 x 9 cm, ca. 1969. --
• Letter, handwritten, 2 leaves, to Mrs [sic] Campbell-Brown, from [indecipherable] Rosse, regarding death of Karl Langer, 23 Nov 1969. –
• Minutes of the Inaugural meeting of the Karl and Gertrude Langer Memorial Committee, 17 Jan 1985. –
• Photocopy of handwritten draft, 4 leaves, for ‘Folio of paintings’, with envelope with initials K.C.B., [undated]. –
• Newspaper cuttings. –
• Article by Betty Churcher from Art and Australia about Gertrude Langer, accompanied by two letters, Nov 1993. –
• Two Christmas cards from Karl and Gertrude Langer to Kathleen Campbell-Brown. --
• Postcard Karl and Gertrude Langer to Kathleen Campbell-Brown. –
• 5 negatives in envelope with ‘for Fryer Library’ handwritten on front. –
• 5 b&w photographs: 2 of Karl Langer, 2 of a church, and 1 of the view of the fountain in the lakes at the University of Queensland St. Lucia Campus.

Campbell-Brown, Kathleen Mildred Jean, 1903-1996

Correspondence, 1980-1997

Material consists primarily of correspondence to and from Ray Sumner between 1980 and 1999 regarding her research on Amalie Dietrich.

Personal Life of Amalie Dietrich

Contains material relating to Amalie Deitrich's personal life including the history of her birthplace, as well as a handwritten manuscript by Charitas Bischoff about her mother's life. Includes transcripts of original letters. Some photocopies.

Bischoff, Charitas, 1848-1925

Publicity materials

Consists of promotional press releases, publicity for research seminars and lectures relating to Ray Sumner's research on Amalie Dieitrich and Australian natural history as well as newspaper cuttings, notes and images of aboriginal people (copies of originals) for an article on Aboriginal photographs. Material also includes the comic strip 'Amalie' which appeared in the Fur Dich magazine in 1978.

Index cards

Consists of 450 index cards in three bundles. Two bundles contain zoological specimens and one a list of references used in Ray Sumner's thesis.

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