Collection UQFL122 - Paul Tripcony Papers

Identity area

Reference code

UQFL122

Title

Paul Tripcony Papers

Date(s)

  • 1888-1975. (Creation)

Level of description

Collection

Extent and medium

9 boxes, 1 parcel

Context area

Name of creator

(1901-1975)

Biographical history

Paul Ambrose Tripcony was born on 12 April 1901 at Myora Mission, on North Stradbroke Island. His parents were Thomas Buchanan Tripcony (1870-1958) and his wife, Mary Rose Tyrrell Rollins (1867-1939). Paul Tripcony was one of eight children. He worked as a grader driver, machinery man, and roadmaker. Tripcony was interested in Australian aborigines and their culture and collected aboriginal artefacts. He had an extensive collection of both Australian and overseas literature, which covered his wide range of interests from politics to poetry. Paul Tripcony died on 12 August 1975.

Archival history

Collection previously titled as: Papers, 1888-1975
Collection alternatively titled as: Paul Tripcony Collection.

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Content and structure area

Scope and content

Certificates and testimonials, outgoing and incoming correspondence, photographs, financial papers, booksellers' catalogues and newsletters, publishers' announcements, political and pressure group leaflets, maps of Moreton Bay Islands, notices and plans of Moreton Bay land for sale, newspaper cuttings, subject files on people and organisations, periodicals, notes and notebooks.
Most papers cover the period 1950s-1970s.

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Accruals

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Conditions of access and use area

Conditions governing access

Unrestricted access.

Conditions governing reproduction

Language of material

  • English

Script of material

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Physical characteristics and technical requirements

Finding aids

Uploaded finding aid

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Publication note

Material from this collection has been cited in:
Kirkwood, Sandra. (2016). Music museum curatorship: Reclaiming rights and responsibilities for musicking on Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island), Australia. In Simpson, Andrew and Hammond, Gina (eds). (2016). A Cultural Cacophony: Museum Perspectives and Projects. Canberra: Museums Galleries Australia.

Notes area

Note

This collection may contain culturally sensitive words or descriptions, some of which might not normally be used in certain public or community contexts.

Note

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are warned that this manuscript may contain images or names of people now deceased.

Alternative identifier(s)

Alma MMS ID

991004061999703131

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Status

Revised

Level of detail

Dates of creation revision deletion

Revised, SJB, 22-Nov-2022.
Revised, Linda Justo, 7-Apr-2022. Migrated from LMS: April 2019, P.A.

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