Monk, Jack.The University of Queensland Library1 box (15 items, 6 items bound);Includes working notebooks, exhibition catalogue, letters, pamphlet, poem dissertations, and pencil sketches.Contact InformationCatalog Record
The University of Queensland Library2 boxes ;Includes How to vote cards, leaflets, electoral newsletters, bumper stickers, newspaper cuttings, Kevin 07 t shirt and Kevin 07 hat (Folder 16) , Joh for PM bumper sticker (Folder 9).Contact InformationCatalog Record
Tuck, Clarice.The University of Queensland Library70 l. ;Includes papers relating to Daniel Budd Skyring, Zachariah Skyring (senior), and Zachariah Daniel Sparks Skyring (junior).Contact InformationCatalog Record
Dungan, Rae William, 1904-1975.The University of Queensland Library1 box.Correspondence, medical reports and articles, case notes, and newspaper cuttings pertaining to Dr. Rae W. Dungan's clinical work with polio sufferers in the 1930's and the 1940's and his collaboration with Sister Elizabeth Kenny.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Deakin, Alfred, 1856-1919.The University of Queensland Library1 folded sheet ;Handwritten letter from the Prime Minister Alfred Deakin relating to an appointment in High Commisioner's Office , journalistic opportunities in England, and makes reference to Max Hirsch.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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