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Photographic material

Material consists of personal photographs, slides, negatives and postcards. Mostly relating to Ray Sumner's research on Amalie Dietrich including photographs of specimen's collected by Dietrich. Contains two images of Aboriginal people (copies of originals).

Publications

Nine publications which informed Ray Sumner's research into Amalie Dietrich.

Publications:

Betteridge, M (1978) Australian flora in art : an exhibition of applied art from the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, Sydney Catalogue of an exhibition held at Banyule Gallery, October 25 1978 - January 31, 1979.

Bischoff, C (1916) Der neue Lehrer Lesch & Irmer, Düsseldorf

Bischoff, C (1931) Bilder aus meinem Leben G. Grote'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, Berlin.

Bischoff, C (1931) The hard road : the life story of Amalie Dietrich, naturalist 1821-1891 Martin Hopkinson, London.

Bischoff, C (1980) Amalie Dietrich : ein Leben ; mit einem Nachwort herausgegeben von Günter Wirth Calwer, Stuttgart.

National Museum of Victoria (1946) Annual report 1979-1980 National Museum of Victoria, Melbourne.

Queensland Herbarium (1979) Austrobaileya, vol 1 no 3.

Simmonds, J. H., & Field Naturalist's Club (1893) Some odd memories of the Field Naturalist's Club Printed by J. Brown, Brisbane.

Weidner, H (1967) Geschichte der Entomologie in Hamburg De Gruyter, Kommissionsverlag Cram, Hamburg.

Weidner, H (1969) 125 Jahre Naturhistorisches Museum zu Hamburg Verlag Paul Parey, Hamburg und Berlin.

Badges

50 badges relating to radical politics, labour movements, and student protests.

Videotapes

1 reel-to-reel and 10 VHS tapes relating to student demonstrations.

Family papers

Documents, correspondence and personal papers relating to the Bell family and related families (including those by marriage or close association with the Bell Family and/or their properties and interests).

Bell family

Bell family properties

The Bell family initially settled in the Dalby area and were assoicate with several properties including Jimbour Station, Jimbour House, 'Westland' (managed by Colin Basil Peter Bell) and Rakeevan (given by John Ferguson to Joshua Thomas and Catherine Jane Bell (nee Ferguson).

Bell family

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