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Arts Council of Australia

During her involvement with the Arts Council of Australia (Queensland Division), Gertrude Langer was also involved in the federal division of the Arts Council of Australia.

Arts Council of Australia

'Slides for a magic lantern' [short story collection] (1971) (unpublished)

Bound volume for the short story collection 'Slides for a magic lantern' comprising typescript and carbon typescript with some emendations. Short stories are: 'She wakes', 'Separate', 'Up and down the beach', 'Structure', 'A Man needs his dreams', 'Osmosis', 'Shapes', 'One. Two', and 'Eights parts of a whole'.

Bliss [screenplay] and Bliss [motion picture]

This series consists of drafts, story boards , screenplay proofs, script amendments, and filming schedules, timings, etc. for the film Bliss. Also includes correspondence. Bliss was the winner of the Best Screenplay Adapted from Another Source (Australian Film Institute Awards), 1985.

Commonwealth. Department of Works

Birrell worked for the Commonwealth Works Department in Melbourne, Canberra and Darwin. There are 25 jobs represented in this subseries.

Birrell, James, 1928-

Godfrey Rivers Trust Records

Daphne Mayo was a foundation trustee of the Godfrey Rivers Trust. Daphne Mayo, former student of Rivers, was the main buyer for most of the works acquired by the Trust for the Queensland National Art Gallery (now the Queensland Art Gallery). This subseries includes newspaper cuttings, legal and financial records, details and notes on competitions, and correspondence. The correspondence (137 letters, 14 telegrams) relating to the Godfrey Rivers Trust. Correspondence from Godfrey Rivers and Selina (Ina) Rivers to Mayo including letters of introduction for Mayo by Rivers while she is in Europe. Additional letters by Ina Rivers are held elsewhere in this collection. Letters are from 1912 to 1965, and some undated. Not all years have correspondence.

Godfrey Rivers Trust

Professional photographs

Album: Photographic prints, slides and negatives relating to Caroline Kelly's professional life in theatre and as an anthropologist.
Includes photographs of Margaret Mead, people at the Cherbourg community in Queensland, tobacco farming and a community gathering on the Atherton Tableland, and housing developments associated with Kelly's work for the New South Wales State Planning Authority.

Correspondence, Friends and family

Over 1220 letters, postcards, cards, lettercards and telegrams from friends and family (other than Daphne Mayo's parents). Correspondents include: Lloyd Rees, some with or by his wife, Majorie Rees; Vida Lahey; Edith Lahey; Dr Christine Rivett; Walter Taylor; Nell Mary Lette Hubble; Mim Shaw; and Ina Rivers.

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