Banfield, E. J. (Edmund James), 1852-1923.The University of Queensland Library2 items.Correspondence re: the whereabouts of Banfield's diaries. Includes letter from Katie Hopkins, 17 Oct 1970 to Helen Haenke and Helen Haenke's covering note forwarding letter to Cecil Hadgraft.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Slade, W. B.The University of Queensland Library10 leaves ;Describes his voyage from England to Australia, and work on various cattle stations in New South Wales and later at Cockatoo Creek Station (Taroom) in the Dawson Valley, Queensland. Includes accounts of encounters with local indigenous people, and account of pusuit of the bushranger known as the Wild Scotchman.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Vallis, Val, 1916-The University of Queensland Library3 l. ;First draft of the poem 'The Jerry-builder' on 3 notebook sheets in pencil. Poem later published in 'Dark wind blowing', Jacaranda Press, 1961. Accompanied by letter to Fryer Librarian, 13 Nov 1973 about the poem.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Martin, Richard.The University of Queensland Library1 folder ;Three letters to his family from Rabaul, New Britain describing visitors to Rabaul and a trip through the New Guinea Highlands.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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