Collection UQFL108 - J. S. D. Mellick Papers

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J. S. D. Mellick Papers


  • [1831]-[1995] (Creation)

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28 boxes.

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Dr John Stanton Davis (JSD) Mellick, was an educator, historian, literary critic and biographer, and was formerly a senior lecturer in English language and literature at the University of Queensland. He has written widely, most notably on author Henry Kingsley. He was an early President of the Friends of Fryer and received a Medal of the Order of Australia in 2005 for service to the community and to Australian cultural studies. He passed away on 2 March 2023.

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Collection previously titled as: Papers, [1831]-[1995]
Collection alternatively titled as: John Mellick Collection.

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Research material used for The recollections of Geoffrey Hamlyn and Henry Kingsley; papers relating to the establishment of a pharmacy course at the University of Queensland.

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  • English

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1058639520 ; 223141024

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23253256 ; 63015190

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Migrated from LMS: April 2019, P.A.




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