St. Lawrence University - Owen D. Young Library
The collection consists of a hotel log book (1910-1912), of the Columbian Park Hotel, Cranberry Lake, and 28 diaries of William H. Rasbeck. The diaries give a daily account of the weather and Rasbeck's life as a guide
National Library of Australia
Three diaries compiled by Canadian engineer Alf Evans. The first written in 1895, records his voyage from London to Fremantle aboard the ship "Fifeshire". The second, records his adventures in the goldfields of Coolgardie, Western Australia. The third diary records his return voyage to England via the Suez Canal
National Library of Australia
The collection consists of three diaries dated 1917 (Jan. 1-July 4), 1921 (Jan. 1-Dec. 31) and 1922 (Jan. 1 - Dec. 31). Reg Coleman chronicles the everyday life of a teenage schoolboy growing up in Williamstown, a beachside suburb of Melbourne. Coleman discusses his school activities, home life, social life and hobbies. He also describes the working and social lives of his family and their friends. The 1922 diary concludes with Coleman doing his Leaving Certificate examinations, the Railway Educational examinations and describing his first days at work
National Library of Australia
43 diaries (the 1906 and 1924 diaries are missing) documenting daily work as a wool and wheat grower, as well as family and social life
State Library of Victoria
The diaries, which Mabel Ross commenced in her teens, are composed of brief daily entries, noting the weather and the main events of the day, including social functions, visits, family activities, births, deaths and marriages. Occasionally press cuttings relating to the family are included in the diaries
State Library of Victoria
Diaries, 1930-1983. Includes details of daily work activities in the management of the Mid-Murray Dairy Co. Ltd. at Pyramid Hill. Also covers his domestic and social life in Pyramid Hill
State Library of Victoria
When he commenced the diaries, William Wall was a school teacher in the Port Fairy area; but became secretary to the Shire of Belfast in 1881. He was at different times involved with the volunteer defence forces, a local band, the Port Fairy Racing Club, football, debating and bowling clubs and the Hibernian-Australasian Catholic Benefit Society, and in later life became a J.P. The diaries, some of which have entries written in code, give a detailed account of his daily life, work and leisure activities, as well as various visits to Melbourne (including a full description of the Melbourne Cup of 1886) and contain comments on municipal affairs and personalities, and local and general events
State Library of Victoria
Diaries kept as records of overseas travels by Mrs Kay Birch in 1970, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1980, 1881, 1983
State Library of Victoria
Diaries of George Hobler, 15 Feb., 1830 to 9 Apr., 1847; 25 Mar., 1848 to 1 Jun., 1849; 1 Jun., 1849 to Feb., 1851. The diaries include accounts of Tasmania, New South Wales and Victoria
National Library of Australia Manuscripts
Diaries 1928-1969 kept by N.C. Copeman in his capacity as stock inspector in southeast Queensland and later in Cairns. At Cairns Copeman was responsible for ensuring that butcher shops, saleyards and meatworks conformed to hygiene regulations. The set of diaries has two volumes for 1942, and none for 1964