Kenny, Elizabeth, 1880-1952.The University of Queensland Library1 box.Correspondence; file of testimonials from medical practitioners and others in the United States and Canada; reports on her treatment method and summarised lecture notes; some patient case histories.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Women's Reform League of New South Wales.The University of Queensland Library leaf ;Letter concerns permission to campaign anywhere in Australia for "Yes" to the Conscription Referendum of 1916.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Hirst, H. R.The University of Queensland Library1 box.Two postcard albums of scenes from Maleny. These include the Maleny Emporium Myers and Hirst Ltd General Merchants; the first motor car in Maleny (Nov 13 1913); the Butter Factory Maleny (Feb 1923); and views of Skyring Creek. There are two framed photograph portraits, one of which is H. R. Hirst.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Merrington, Ernest Northcroft.The University of Queensland Library1 v. ;Includes appendix by Flora Merrington summarising Dr Merrington's life 1949-1953 and tribute by Lloyd Geering.Contact InformationCatalog Record
The University of Queensland Library2 folders ;Contains material such as art exhibition catalogues, invitations and ephemeral items relating to Australian artists exhibiting in Queensland galleries.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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