Queensland -- Emigration and immigration



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Letters, 1885-1966

  • F2467
  • Item
  • 1885-1966

26 handwritten letters written from various places in Queensland, to Moore's family in England.
Bundle of newspaper cuttings relating to the wreck of the steamship Quetta in 1890, in which W.M. Moore died.
Letter from Diana Quetta Hickson to GH Legge, in response to an article about the Quetta, and attaching another cutting.

Moore, W. H. (William Henry), 1865-1890

Letters, 1885-1890

  • F2468
  • Item
  • 1885-1890

Letters written from various places in Queensland to Moore's family in England.
Includes brief history of Moore family, contents list and subject index to letters, family tree, list of Moore's travels in Queensland, newspaper clippings and articles about the Quetta shipwreck, and copies of maps of Queensland.
Includes 4 reproduction photographs, including one of William Henry Moore and three of cattle property.
Letters copied by Geoffrey A. Brown, Moore's great-nephew.

Moore, W. H. (William Henry), 1865-1890

The green banks of Shannon and sunny Australia

  • F3001
  • Item
  • [19--?]

Fictionalised account of the experiences of James Wilkinson's relative, as a settler in Queensland from 1840.
Includes two pages of handwritten notes about James Wilkinson and his family, and James Wilkinson's two page obituary from the Daily Standard 12 Jan 1915 and a photocopy of the manuscript. Typescript (photocopy) with annotations in ink.

Wilkinson, James, 1853-1915

George Randall Papers

  • UQFL58
  • Collection
  • 1868-1925

Scrapbooks relating to Randall's work as Emigration Agent for Queensland in England. The scrapbooks contain personal correspondence from Colonial Secretary Arthur Palmer, copies of his official reports to the Agent General's Office in London, printed ephemera, including flyers distributed by Randall in England promoting his lectures on Queensland. One scrapbook contains a small group of printed ephemera from the 1901 Glasgow International Exhibition. One scrapbook contains original pencil drawings by Randall's elder son, the artist Richard John Randall. This includes a portrait of George Randall.

Randall, George, 1843-1930