Public buildings -- Queensland -- 20th century



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Percy Lloyd Blick Papers

  • F3816
  • Item
  • 1995

Written when Blick was 84, his memoir is broken into four sections. The first volume details his family history, childhood, time in Singapore and New Zealand, and schooling in England. Volume 2 includes his work history, architectural education, meeting his wife (Helen Russell), the birth of their children, World War Two, post war jobs in England and his thoughts on leaving England for Australia. The third volume includes his life in Brisbane, building his steel framed house, his job with the Queensland Works Department in the Construction Branch, his travels throughout Queensland for his job, working for the government on office and furniture accommodation, what he did on his long service leave and his involvement with the Christian Youth Camp. Volume four covers his retirement years.

Blick, Percy Lloyd, 1911-2008

Robin Gibson Papers

  • UQFL638
  • Collection
  • 1955-2011

Architectural drawings, job files, photographs, renderings, correspondence and awards relating to the architectural practice of Robin Gibson and his firm Robin Gibson and Partners. The largest component of the collection consists of architectural drawings and associated job files created by Gibson's practice. Most of the items in the collection were created by Gibson and his partners and staff. Other creators are named when their identity is known.

Gibson, Robin, 1930-2014

Roman Pavlyshyn Papers

  • UQFL640
  • Collection
  • 1946-2015

Papers and architectural drawings created by Roman Pavlyshyn in the course of his career. Includes student work, work created while employed by Karl Langer and the Queensland Works Department as well as work created in private practice. This includes a large number of projects for the Ukrainian community, including ecclesiastical and private commissions. The papers also include private papers, photographs (174 photographs, 26 negatives), a few publications and a work of art by Irene Amos.

Pavlyshyn, Roman, 1922-2019