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Yvonne Smith Papers

  • F3875
  • File
  • 2002

Handwritten letter from David Malouf answering three questions that Yvonne Smith had asked: how did An Imaginary Life first come to be published; how were Fly Away Peter and Child's Play published; and in writing Johnno - what was the possible influence of Peter Paul Ruben's painting The Return of the Peasants from the Fields. As the questions were not included in Malouf's response, Smith has provided a transcript of the handwritten letter with the questions included. Typed transcript of the Diary of David Malouf written while writing Child's Play, Fly Away Peter, and short stories in January / February 1981. The handwritten version of this transcript was shared with Malouf over lunch and he shared information about the content which Smith has included as footnotes.

Smith, Yvonne, 1951-

Brisbane Shakespeare Society Records

  • F3890
  • File
  • 1923-1942

Two minute books of the Brisbane Shakespeare Society including:- AGM minutes, receipts and expenditure, council meeting minutes, syllabus committee minutes, programmes for productions and elocutionary competitions, newspaper clippings.

Brisbane Shakespeare Society

McGregor scrapbooks

  • F422
  • File
  • 1880-1923

Four scrapbooks containing Australian and English literary and historical material of the late 19th century. Includes original photographs; a telegram from Wm Tasker to John McGregor, solicitor, announcing the capture of the Kenniff Brothers (Patrick Kenniff and James Kenniff), dated 1902 (located in volume three); newspaper cuttings from, mostly, unidentified newspapers with poetry and some articles. The articles include: 'Our Men of Mark', Daily Observer, 188-? (v.1) ; and 'Where the pelican builds' by Mary Hannay Foott (signed holograph with comments about poem) (located in volume three). Most of the material in the scrapbooks is from before Katharine was born and is most likely created by one or both of her parents, John George McGregor, solicitor, and Catherine Elizabeth, née Ferguson. The last scrapbook contains: newspaper cuttings of results from University of Queensland students which include Katharine's, from the early 1920s as well as articles written by Jon Michie; a letter from Isabel Michie (dated 31 Jul 1946) thanking Katharine for her letter after the death of her husband John Michie; a carbon copy typescript letter by John McGregor (dated 7 Jan 1920) to his agent in Edinburgh which mentions among other things that he is sending a copy of book of poems by Henry Lawson (whom John McGregor met in a bookseller's shop in Sydney); a note to John McGregor from Littleton Groom (dated 10 Jan 1924); and a letter to Miss McGregor (dated 26 Mar 1971) from Eric Davis (the youngest son of Arthur Davis).

McGregor, John George, 1868-1928

Dreamtime Cultural Centre Ephemera

  • FVF767
  • File
  • 2000-2010

Brochure promoting the Dreamtime Cultural Centre, located just outside Rockhampton on Darumbal Country.

Dreamtime Cultural Centre

John Thomson Lectures by J.J.C. Bradfield

  • F3883
  • File
  • 1918

Three typescripts by J. J. C. Bradfield, presented as part of the John Thomson Memorial Lectures at the University of Queensland in 1918. The first lecture, on the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Scheme, was delivered in two parts on 26 July 1918 and 2 August 1918 respectively. The first part is titled 'Burrinjuck Dam, weirs and regulators, main canals'. The second part is titled 'Water system on the irrigation areas, irrigation settlements and townships; the development of the farming, dairying, and fruit growing industries on the areas, with establishment of factories for the treatment of farm produce'. The second lecture, undated except for the year 1918, is titled 'Principles governing the location and design of the Sydney city (underground) railway'. Three typescripts originally held together with metal fasteners in a bound binder folder. Lectures separated by linen paper inserts and original typed title pages that state the lectures were delivered at 'Brisbane University'.

Bradfield, J. J. C. (John Job Crew), 1867-1943

Australians for Native Title & Reconciliation Ephemera

  • FVF689
  • File
  • 1997-1998

Brochures, leaflets, petition forms, newsletters and a letter produced by Australians for Native Title & Reconciliation (ANTaR).

Australians for Native Title & Reconciliation

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