Fletcher, Harold, 1903-The University of Queensland Library1 folder;Diaries kept by Harold Oswald Fletcher, a biologist on the British, Australian and New Zealand Antarctic Research Expedition, 1929-31.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Nevell, John, 1913-The University of Queensland Library14 leaves ;Entry in 1983 Warana Writers' Competition non-fiction section. Pen name Jyno crossed out on title page. Number 150 pencilled at top. Accompanied by autoiographical note (2 l.), holograph, signed. photocopied photographs are annotated.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Thomas, Pete, 1914-1988.The University of Queensland Library7 leaves ;Accompanied by two lists of CSR directors and shareholders at 8 June 1955 (14 l.) and list of CSR subsidiary companies [n.d.] (1 l.).Contact InformationCatalog Record
Australian Drama Festival.The University of Queensland Library2 leaves ;This statement accompanied a letter, 8 January 1980 to Alrene Sykes from the Association of Community Theatres, which is catalogued separately.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Enright, Nick, 1950-2003.The University of Queensland Library372 l. in 3 folders ;Playscript drafts in three folders. Includes contract between Nimrod Theatre Company and Nicholas Enright, author, and Terence Clarke, composer for writing of full-length dramatic musical work, signed 1982, March, with notes on auditions for Chamber Music, letter from Nick Enright to Terry Clarke on development of Chamber Music, 2 l. of script from the Sullivans, some leaves of script from Alexander Buzo's In search of the new class. Originally entitled: Chamber Music. Many leaves duplicated.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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