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' Karrala. 1967. May. Jun. Sept. Karrala House'

Karrala House formed part of the female ward of the Ipswich Mental Hospital accommodating 'wayward' and 'delinquent' girls. It was run by the Queensland State Government from 1963 to 1971 when it closed. This file contains: correspondence including carbon copies of letters to the editor of the Courier Mail from Harry Throssell; newspaper cuttings from May to December 1967; typescript copy of a 'Submission in relation to Karrala House' from the Council of Social Service Queensland, Child Welfare Standing Committe, May 1967; typescript copy of 'Some notes on Karrala House' by the Council of Social Service Queensland, Child Welfare Standing Committee, with handwritten inscription on last page 'HT Lecturer in Social Work, U. of Q. [9 Feb 1967]'. Written on cover of original folder ' Karrala. 1967. May. Jun. Sept. Karrala House'

'Oscar and Lucinda launch'.

'Oscar and Lucinda launch', photocopies and newspaper cuttings of reviews, correspondence from publishers, UPQ programme for Adelaide Writers Week, itineraries, corrections to the book, book cover, correspondence, 1987 to 1988.

'Aboriginal vocabulary, supplied at Jimbour'

One typescript page and seven handwritten pages, of various sizes, with lists of Aboriginal Australian words. Three pages with pen handwritting have a note across the first page saying they were given to Joshua Thomas Bell at Jimbour on 2 Mar 1897 and appear to be from the envelope with the notes 'Aboriginal Vocabulary, supplied at jimbour, 2nd March 1897, by 'old Combo, Darlo, and Nipper. JTB'. Some pages are written in pencil and there is one page of typescript. There is a handwritten note inserted in this file (with the date 17 Jun 2010 printed at the bottom) that says Darlo spoke Yarrawa [sic] dialect, the dialect ... Jimbour to Dalby'; Old Combo came from Big River, New South Wales and spoke the Hamilario [?] N.S.W. dialect [possibly Gamilaroi ?]

Bell, Joshua Thomas, 1863-1911

'Burr-Nong Centre'

Original folder titled 'Burr-Nong Centre'. The file includes correspondence (draft outgoing, outgoing and incoming); 'Summary of Recommendations put forward in "The Feasibility of the 'Boornong' Project"'; and documents on bora grounds.

'Chapter 1 - Nicholsons'

Original folder entitled 'Chapter 1 - Nicholsons' (now discarded) containing correspondence, genealogical notes, family trees, drafts and photographs.

'Chapter 6 - The North Family and Saranna'

Original folder entitled 'Chapter 6 - The North Family and Saranna' (now discarded) containing photograph, correspondence, and notes relating to the name Fairnie Law by John Steele.

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