National Library of Australia
MS Acc10.186 comprises the handwritten letter dated le 23 prerial an 12 (i.e. 11 June 1804) from Barthélemy Faujas-de-Saint-Fond to Louis de Freycinet, welcoming his safe return from the Baudin expedition to Australia. He laments Baudin's command of the expedition, lauds the important observations and specimens collected, and acknowledges the work of the late astronomer Francois Venier during the voyage
National Library of Australia
Photocopies of letters written to Anton Lucas by Herbert and Betty Feith. Anton Lucas is Head of the School of Political and International Studies at Flinders University, Adelaide. Includes copies of Nonia Community Newsletter (1978-1979)
National Library of Australia
Seven letters on the subject of sheep breeding and wool growing which appeared in Melbourne newspapers in 1862. (A) Letters from Thomas Shaw in the Melbourne Weekly Economist, 29 August, 17 October, 24 October; an additional letter by Henry Bingham from the Economist, 24 October; and letters from Robert McDougall and Charles Macknight from the Economist, 31 October 1862. (B) Also included is a letter which appeared in the Melbourne Morning Herald, 1 August 1849, signed Ignoramus, and concerning Thomas Shaw
National Library of Australia
Five letters from H.H. Richardson to Miss Norah Hoult (author of Holy Ireland and Time, Gentlemen Time)
National Library of Australia
Letters to Michie from various correspondents
National Library of Australia
Typescript collection of letters (220 pp.) written mainly by James Cumine Parkinson, from Hobart between 1845 and 1893, and his mother, Mrs Ann C. Parkinson, in Ireland. The collection also includes letters written by Parkinson's wife, Christina, and their children, Annie and George. The letters convey family news, describing the progress of the children and Parkinson's employment, and also respond to the content of his mother's letters
National Library of Australia
Letters M.H. Spielmann written from Nice, France, Oct. 1st 1897 and Jan. 29th 1898
National Library of Australia
The collection comprises diaries and notebooks including poetry notebooks; personal correspondence with family and friends including members of the Nolan family, Manning and Dymphna Clark, Sir Robert Helpmann, Robert Hughes, Barry Humphries, Murray Bail, Russell Drysdale, Max Harris, Hal Missingham, Arthur Boyd, Kenneth Clark, Elwyn Lynn, John Reed, George Ivan Smith and Patrick White; business correspondence with galleries, museums, universities and publishing houses; financial records including the sale of paintings and art supplies; Nolan versus Nolan court case; printed documentation and research materials relating to a number of projects including Paradise Garden series, Orphée, Leda and the Swan, the Antarctica paintings, Gallipoli and the Eureka Stockade mural commissioned by the Reserve Bank of Australia; photographs; press clippings, postcards and catalogues
Tennessee State Library and Archives
Consists of memoranda, reports, and correspondence used during the meetings of the Joint Business Tax Study Committee of the 95th General Assembly (1987-1988), State of Tennessee. Researchers of this material should note that the TSLA Legislative Recording Program has recordings of this committee available for use
Tennessee State Library and Archives
Consists of correspondence, mainly addressed to Mary F. Lee of Giles County, Tennessee. Letters are primarily from relatives and friends in Tennessee, but include letters from the Republic of Texas and one from Tampico, Mexico during the Mexican War. Also included are the following items: indentures from Giles County, Tennessee, a sketch, two recipes, two poems, two teacher's certifications, a receipt, and a genealogical chart with information for members of the Harwell, Bridges, Goodrum, Jackson, Brown, Lucas, Richardson, Holmes, and related families