Collection UQFL387 - Papua New Guinea Association of Australia Papers

Identity area

Reference code

UQFL387

Title

Papua New Guinea Association of Australia Papers

Date(s)

  • 1897-2006 (Creation)

Level of description

Collection

Extent and medium

75 boxes, 13 parcels, 1 folio folder.

Context area

Name of creator

(2002-)

Administrative history

In 2002 the Retired Officers' Association of Papua New Guinea changed its name to the Papua New Guinea Association of Australia Inc. The Association was established to strengthen the civil relationship between the peoples of Australia and Papua New Guinea; to foster and encourage contact and friendship with Papua New Guineans and promote friendly association among members; to foster and maintain an interest in contemporary and historical events in Papua New Guinea; to provide appropriate financial, material or intellectual assistance to projects of benefit to Papua New Guinea as an Association individually, or in conjunction with other agencies; to publish journals, magazines, newsletters, websites, books and other media to inform and educate people about Papua New Guinea and to provide a means of communication among members of the Association and others; to encourage the preservation of documents, historical and cultural material related to Papua New Guinea; including the production and recording of oral and written histories; to safeguard and foster the retirement conditions of superannuated members of the former services in Papua New Guinea.

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Biographical history

Archival history

Collection previously titled as: Papers, 1897-2006
Collection alternatively titled as: Papua New Guinea Association of Australia Collection.

Immediate source of acquisition or transfer

Donors to the collection : Pat Boys, Bob Hoy, Esme Brown, Pat Murray, Basil Hayes, D.S. (Don) Barnes, R.S. Swift, Diana Grose, Alex Malcolm, Betty Woods, Don Brewer, Bob Emery, Marie O'Sullivan, S.A. Mitcham, Bert E. Weston, Ron Mitchell, Des Large, Alex Malcolm, Steve Mason, L. Hartley, Gerry Newton, K.W.C. Humphreys, Heather Seale, Florence Cohen, Gladys Nicholas, Winton Irving, Tom Read, Gladys Forsyth, Grace Sparks, Peter Clay, Adrian Geyle, Doug Franklin, Donella Scown, Bill Forrester, C.W. Kimmorley, Don Herborn, Nancy Reason, Mary & Gerry Newton, Pat Jackson, Marjorie & Phil Head, Herbert Percy (Bill) Seale, Max Hayes, Ron Kitson, Sgt. Major Merire, Douglas Joycey, Elizabeth Sowerby, Alan Flinders Gow, Dusty Miller, E.J. Herbert, Douglas J. Parrish, Rita O'Neill, Maxwell R. Hayes, Tessa Jones, Roger Merrett, Keith Colyer, J.Stratton, Josie Wallenius and Kath Honeysett, E.S. Forrester, Geoff Melrose, Mike Quinn, Bob Calvert, T.G. Aitchison, Peter Broman, Paul Munro, A.C. Richards, Rosemary Turner, Joe Shaw, Nancy Johnston, Bill Warby, Mabel Holland, Rosemary Brown, Kathleen Brown, Marie Colbron Conroy, Jim Kemsley, Alf Uectritz, Gladys Baker, Margaret Spencer, Nancye Simington, Norm Janke, Leo Butler, Jack Leach, Mary Newton, Shirley Lockhart, D.G. Pike, Anne Collins, Peter Cahill, R.J. Saunders, R.R.E. Field, Phil Chapman, L.R. Healey, Ailsa Ryal, Stuart Svensen, Doug Robbins, Blanche Biggs, Daphne Burgess, Alan Vagg, P.E.R. Coe, Lorne Thelma Coe, Anne Young, William Race OAM, E.J. Herbert, P.A. Quartermaine, Ian Mitchell, C. Allen, Guy Black, David Read, R.D.M. Cleland, Yorkie Booth, Jim Ross, Beverly Durant, Dorothy Healey, Joseph Crainean, Arlean Armstrong Guerrero, June Patterson, John H. Watts, 'Mick' Arthur, F. Hoeter, Gordon Tripp, F.N. Rolfe, A.V.P. Weaver, June Paterson, R. & M. Macey, Ann Dryer, Graham Cowley, E.D. Clarke, Peter Best, Barbara Merefield, Carl Cossill, Evelyn Ashworth, Geraldine Hoy, Warren Martin, Nell McDonnell, Geoff Brazier, Gwen Taylor, R.F. McKillop, Pam Quartermaine, Ted Marr, Rosalie Thacker, June Dowling, Gail Burke, K.W.C. Humphries, Ross Johnson, Charles Betteridge, Jimmy Ernest, Valerie Thornton, R.W. Blaikie, Peg Clappison, Michael Lean, Pat Shea, Pat Howden, Doreen MacGowan, Anne Peters, Beatrice Knight, Martin Kerr, Kevin Thornton, Diana Martell, Dorothy Braxton, Mary R. Mennis.

Content and structure area

Scope and content

Photographs, typescript articles, correpondence, diaries, notes and ephemera documenting personal experiences of colonial administration and general life in Papua New Guinea. The collection was assembled by Dr Peter Cahill, from material donated by members of the Papua New Guinea Association of Australia. Some slides of the Middle East, Australia, England and Ireland.
Bulk of papers from period 1930s-1950s.
Includes explanatory notes by Dr Peter Cahill.

Appraisal, destruction and scheduling

Accruals

System of arrangement

Conditions of access and use area

Conditions governing access

Unrestricted access - except for Box 40 Folder 19; Box 52 looseleaf manuscript.

Conditions governing reproduction

Language of material

  • English

Script of material

Language and script notes

Physical characteristics and technical requirements

Finding aids

Uploaded finding aid

Allied materials area

Existence and location of originals

Existence and location of copies

View selected items from the Papua New Guinea Association of Australia Collection via UQ eSpace [link]

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Notes area

Note

Bulk of papers from period 1930s-1950s.

Alternative identifier(s)

Alma MMS ID

991006207239703131

Alma Local System Number

(AuBrU)b21127748-61uq_inst

Millennium Local System Number

b21127748

Libraries Australia ID

63020409

OCLC Number

1058507904; 505956960; 224116275; 62542064

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Status

Migrated

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Dates of creation revision deletion

Migrated from LMS: April 2019, P.A.

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