National Socialist Party of Australia. Queensland Branch.The University of Queensland Library1 leaf ;Letter comments on an article in May 1975 issue of Save our State campaign's journal, Queensland Calling, regarding national socialism.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Hornibrook, J. H. (James Harold), b. 1898.The University of Queensland Library40 p.;Published 1953, with additional entries, under title: 'Bibliography of Queensland verse with bibliographical notes', which see.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Brady, E. J. (Edwin James), 1869-1952.The University of Queensland Library1 folder ;Photocopies of unpublished manuscript poems. Each poem has some marginal note of date, etc.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Robertson, George, 1860-1933.The University of Queensland Library1 folder. ;Letter to Mrs Firmin McKinnon enclosing letter 27 May, 1927 from Hugh Wright re Bladen's: Public Library of New South Wales, historical notes. Accompanied by extract of evidence given by George Robertson, and others, 1906 to Committee considering the erection of the Mitchell Library.Contact InformationCatalog Record
McCosker, Anne, 1940-The University of Queensland Library2,  leaves ;Article by Anne McCosker on the themes of her poetry, and copy of article written for the publication of 'Potter's Clay'.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Wilkins, Kim.The University of Queensland Library11 boxes.Drafts, correspondence, research and notes for The Infernal, Grimoire, The Resurrectionists, Angel of Ruin. Drafts, correspondence and notes for young adult fiction Gina Champion series, and juvenilia.Contact InformationRelated MaterialCatalog Record
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