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Collection consists of notes and draft articles also a large collection of newspaper clippings regarding Tasmania
James Backhouse Walker
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Collection consists of notes and draft articles also a large collection of newspaper clippings regarding Tasmania
James Backhouse Walker
Collection includes Walker's official correspondence on University Council matters, notes of meetings, comments, drafts of
regulations, news cuttings etc.
James Backhouse Walker
Collection consists of copies of letters of James Bayley Watchorn (1921-1943) written to his parents in Hobart while he was on active service with the R.A.A.F. The letters are exceptionally well written and reflect his feelings about his life as a fighter pilot and the people he met and include descriptions of the countries where he was stationed - Rhodesia where he trained, U.K. and West Africa - although he discreetly avoided reference to the war or his flying duties. He had been educated at Hutchins School and did the first year of his law course at Tasmania University before enlisting.
War souveniers, Somme 'message maps' 1918
Small sections of maps of the Somme district, France, showing trenches, etc, with message forms on the back and a note (ms.) on one: 'the sector attacked by 27th U.S.A Division and 3rd Australian Divisionn on 29 Sept. 18', and photographic copy of the Accroche Wood sector.
James Bayly Watchorn
Collection consists of xerox copies of letters written by James Patterson to his mother also a diary in the form of a letter as it was sent to his mother whenever it was possible to post letters describing his experiences while on active service.
James Harold Patterson
Written narrative of the discovery of Port Davey and Macquarie Harbour" and voyage round Tasmania by James Kelly in 1815-1816 (undated) also a collection of miscellaneous papers.
Collection consists of Reference to index of Book 3. Poetry, 1891,Translation from Horace to Chloris: Ode XV - 'Thou of poor Ibycus the wife'.
Typescript of Prof J. McAuley's lecture "Sex & Love in Literature ". Winter Series Lecture 1972."" Amendments by the author.
James Philip McAuley
Collection consists of copies of a diary, letters and official documents relating to James Smith.
James (Philosopher) Smith
Minor materials relating to John Beaumont including bankbook, letter and appointment
Collection consists of a collection of miscellaneous legal documents relating to the property of John Cockburn, Berwick on Tweed, United Kingdom
Hand written obituary of Dr. John Coverdale 1814-1896, author unknown, entitled "Death of Dr. J Coverdale, a Colonist of 60 years" an abridged version appeared in the Mercury, Wednesday 24 June 1896.
Collection consists of five letters from a Quaker, John H. Fisher, in Hobart to his brothers, Reuben A Fisher and Thomas W.Fisher in Cork, Ireland.
John Fisher asked for news of his family, mentioning particularly his sisters May, Susanna and Margaret, Uncle John, cousins and friends and the other apprentices and he inquired if brother Thomas was still apprenticed to Henry Morris. His past misfortune was his own fault and he did not expect friend Thomas Harvey to forgive him (F.1/2) and he wanted to know if the Friends Society had disowned him and how people he owed money to felt (F.1/4). He had not been much to the Friends Meeting House in Hobart -- it was very different from home (F.1/3). Fisher had been in Port Philip and went into the bush but had an accident crossing the Goulburn River when a bullock dray ran over his legs and broke his thigh. In Hobart Isaac got him a job as overseer to David Lord but he was the only free person employed. Now he was working with Isaac who was teaching him hat making (1843 F.1 /2) but in 1845 he wrote that hats could be imported more cheaply and Isaac was fell mongering - getting up wool for the English market (F.1/4). There was a depression in Hobart but his life was comfortable. Hobart had 4 insurance offices, 4 churches (2 English, 2 Scotch), a Catholic chapel, 4 dissenting houses and a Friends Meeting House. In his last letter, dated 11 November 1845, John Fisher says he is thinking of
trying for Californian gold. One letter was later endorsed with a letter from A. Fisher to Thomas dated 31 . 12 . 1894 from Dymond City, N.C., enclosing the letters from their brother John and commenting on A.F.'s good life in the U.S.A., news of his children and his
farm on which he still led an active life although both he and Thomas had "passed the three score and ten"
John H. Fisher
Collection consists of letters written by Olive Pink to John Hargrave during the years 1956 to 1974. Written from Home Hut, Native Flora Reserve, Alice Springs. John Hargrave addressed variously as Dr Hargrave, Sir, Grandson, Boy, Nungari, John Hargrave, Yabulla/Yabbula/Yabbulla.
Collection consists of correspondence, press cuttings and photographs relating to John Henry O'Neil's work.
John Henry O'Neil
Indenture of apprenticeship of John Loring, son of John Loring of St. Lukes, Co. Middlesex [U.K] glazier to Thomas Tribe of Old Street,Windsor Chair maker for seven years dated 25 February 1817
Collection of articles written by and about Orr
Collection consists of diaries, mining and business correspondence, historical studies and biographies, and miscellaneous items
Collection of material relating to the Boer War, federation and parliament. Also includes material relating to the Royal visit to Tasmania in 1901. These papers consist of official circulars, invitations and programmes.
John Stokell Dodds
Collection consists of various Walker Mill records including ledgers, sales journals and day book. Also included is a cashiers day book for the Derwent Bank. John Walker was the liquidator of the bank.
Accounts and Bills of John Wilkinson, Chemist of Elizabeth Street Hobart dated 1848 - to 1856.
Accounts and bills, mainly for household and family expenses and a few pharmaceutical supplies; including food, meat, ale wine, crockery, clothing, house repairs, saddlery, repairs to gig, garden plants and seeds, newspapers, rent of premises in Liverpool Street from William Beechcroft at £75 pa., Hobart Town High School fees and fees for tuition of 'Master John' in English, Latin and violin by S.P. Daly. Tradesmen’s bills include: W. Carter of Buckingham House, Murray St., Richard Cleburn, chandler and grocer; William Elliot for wine and sherry; Daniel Graham, grocer, Liverpool Street; W. Ladd, butcher; T. Stevens for barley; Peter Macbeth for shoes; R.S. Waterhouse, Elizabeth and Melville Streets, Manchester House drapers; Alex. Fraser, ironmonger, Collins Street; James W. H. Walch, stationer, corner of Elizabeth and Liverpool Streets; J. Webb, pastrycook, Murray Street, opposite St. David’s Church; s. Galbraith, tin plate manufacturer, Elizabeth Street; Thomas Rosman, tailor, Elizabeth Street; John Hood, druggist, Melbourne; William Champion, wine & spirits merchant
Material relating to John William Hadden's medical career consisting mainly of degrees, diplomas and certificates, also Hadden Fammily genealogy
John William Hadden
Collection consists of correspondence, letter books, diaries, notebooks and photographs relating to John Wilson & Sons boatbuilders.
Collection consists of four small handwritten notes. Agreements by John Wood to pay Kemp & Co. various sums at a later date.
The papers of William Johnstone consists a copy of his diary of the voyage to Launceston on board the "Arab" November 1841 - March 1842 and of material in relation to the business of Johnstone & Wilmot, general merchant, importer of wines, spirits & cigars established in Launceston in 1842
The bulk of the correspondence consists of Francis Cotton's letters to Joseph Benson Mather, and some other correspondence from members of the Society of Friends (Quakers), family and a few business correspondents also a few letters addressed to Joseph Benson Mather’s children.
Joseph Benson Mather
Transcript of the Journal of Walter Robson's voyage to Australia , October 1867 to March 1870
Copy of The Journal of William R Wade, missionary, New Zealand, 1834-1839. Presented by his son Thomas N Wade to Leonard Wade and his wife Dora I Wade, Brighton, July 1917.
Journal commences 18th June 1834 at the beginning of a voyage to New South Wales and on to the Bay of Islands New Zealand. Continues unbroken to September 1836. Resumes with Journey to the Waikato, Rotorua etc. January to April 1838, Visit to the Reinga &c. March to April 1839. Final entry (one page) April 25, 1871
William Richard Wade
Miscellaneous items collected by Nancie Hewitt (nee Brownell), including copies of Judd and Brownell papers, notes relating to Judd, Brownell and Propsting families and other items given to Mrs Hewitt. Also Mrs Hewitt's notes on the Society of Friends and the Quaker faith and some photographs of Quakers.
Material relating to Universities, commissions and committees.
Keith Sydney Isles
Botanical notes and list of 'plants from Mr Fischer 1815' in small volume, entitled, ms. Kew 1808'
Friedrich Ernst Ludwig Fischer
Key List of Tasmanian Birds, with a method for their easy identification by Parker and Morton.
Typed draft of a' pamphlet' bound and interleaved with blank pages and corrected in ink. - eg the addition of 'By Parker and. Morton' under the title and. the alteration of 'I' to 'we' and: 'procured by myself' to
'procured by Capt. Parker R.N.' in the preface. The 'key' is described in the preface as 'meant for those who are not up in scientific terms'. 'The Systematic List of Tasmanian Birds' by Colonel W.V. Legge (1841-1918) was followed and so the 'Key' was probably compiled between 1900-1907 by Capt. Arthur Charles Parker (c1860-1920) and Alexander Morton (c1854-1920) secretary of the Royal Society of Tasmania
Arthur Charles Parker
Miscellaneous papers of the Rev. Robert Knopwood including sermon "This is the condemnation", prayers, minutes, marriage register and a copy of Knopwoods diary kept by Knopwood from January 1801 to 22nd July 1802 aboard the H.M.S. Resolution
Collection consists of photographic copies of the diaries held by the Mitchell Library
Diary of Rev. Robert Knopwood dated 1 January 1805 to 17 July 1808. The diary is headed 'Revd. Robert Knopwood, Chaplain, Hobart Town, Derwent River, Van Diemens Land'. It begins on Tuesday 1 January 1805, noting 'a general muster of all the prisoners in the colony it being New Years Day'. It is written in a neat hand, some words being abbreviated. Knopwood notes, for example, dining with the Governor and others , visiting the Government Farm, kangaroo shooting, fishing, the shortage of provisions in the colony, the weather, the arrival and departure of ships, occasionally christenings, etc. etc.
Some pages have been cut out leaving only the date (probably by R.K.)
Collection consists of letters received by Knopwood dated 1823, 1826 &1828 also correspondence about 'Cottage Green' dated 1824-26 and 1835-36
Sermon written by The Reverent Robert Knopwood, dated 14 September 1828.
Title of the Sermon, 'The treacherous nature of flattery'. Preached at Clarence Plains.
Written manuscript in large clear hand.
Manuscripts of sermons preached by Rev. Knopwood in Tasmania dated 1801 - 1829
Collection consists of sermons, written by the Reverend Robert Knopwood from 1789 to 1838 in a large clear hand, each in a thin paper booklet.
Collection consists of photographs and negatives of UTAS buildings, equipment, staff & students , including Launceston. Produced by Fred Koolhof while he was employed by the University of Tasmania as a photographer. Also some material relating to the Uniting Church.
Collection consists of one parchment deed dated 15th January 1884. Conveyance of two roods of land in Emu Bay, Tasmania, from George and Alfred Rouse, of Emu Bay, to the Van Diemen's Land Company for a railway line, with marginal plan.
Grant of 80 acres of land at Glenorchy to Edward Barnes, dated 1 January 1817. Signed and sealed (wafer) by Lachlan Macquarie, Governor of New South Wales
Grant dated 18 December 1805 to Henry Hayes of 100 acres on the Derwent to be known as Henrietta Farm, to be held for five years free of taxes, rents etc. but timber suitable for naval purposes was to be reserved for the use of the Crown.
Endorsed with transfers: Henry Hayes to Charles William Murray 1811,Charles W. Murray to William Collins 1814, illegible to Joshua Ferguson 1821 and J. Ferguson to Edward Foord Bromley 1825
Collection consists of leather bound octavo note book prepared while Lane was a prisoner of war of the French also a watercolour sketch of the brig Harriot and some notes on Lane.
Estate accounts dated June 1822 to 31 December 1831. Day book recording daily notes of work and expenditure relating to the Largebaan (Largiebann) estate, which merged on 26 May 1827 with the Kenmore property (Macquarie Plains, Upper Derwent).
It includes such notes as: 'brought in yesterday from Mr. Parkers, 4 MB wethers, of which killed and sent to Mr Spodes one W. 40t lb (Nov. 1825); 'R. Mather dr. to Lar~ebaan £12 • 12 ' (Feb. 1825); 'Commenced ploughing' (21 Feb. 1825); sent Mr Knopwood a sucking pig on 18th' (21 Feb. 1325); Also sundries, such as boots, 2 doz cups & saucers, 1 sheep shears at 6/-, 2 pairs shoes for Mrs Ballantine, Charles Burns a pocket knife' (sums of money were not always entered).
Also references to 'constableship'.
At the back of the volume were entered journals of sheep owned by various people, including: James Robertson, Miss H. Ballentine, Miss H. P. Ballentine, Joseph Ballentine, Nelly Miller; noting marks, numbers of lambs, ewes, (gifts from D.B., Mr Downie & others).
This volume was probably kept by Duncan Ballantine, chief district
constable and pound keeper at New Norfolk, who received a grant of land in the Derwent Valley above New Norfolk.
Collection consists of newspaper cuttings and postcards
Notes relating to the history and finance of the Launceston and Deloraine Railway prepared by Robert M. Johnston, Government statistician in 1899 in response to a request from Hon. William Moore, M.L.C., Chief Secretary and Registrar of Records.
Robert Mackenzie Johnston
Collection consists of the Launceston City Council annual departmental reports, 1973-74, and, the Mayor's Valedictory address, 1973-1974 given by Alderman David Vincent Gunn
Launceston City Council
Collection consists of some of the papers of John Leake (1780-1865) of Rosedale, near Campbell Town, pastoralist, justice of the peace, member of the Legislative Council and a former merchant of Hull and Hamburg, who settled with his family near Campbell Town, Tasmania, in 1823, and of his family, including his youngest son Charles Henry Leake (1819-1889) whose heirs inherited Rosedale.
Lease granted by Edward Lord, Commanding Officer of H.M.settlement Hobart Town V.D.L., 1st Lieut. Royal Marine Forces, 24 May 1810, to John Taylor (1), John Taylor (2), both privates in Royal Marines, of an allotment containing 18 perches, bounded by gardens occupied by Ann Donohough and Peter Douglas, for 14 years at an annual rent of 10s 6d.
Signed by Edward Lord. Applied seal, black wax- shield of wheatsheaf, scythe and rake, motto 'Hobartia crevit '
Transferred to Mrs. Mary Jennott, for sum of £120. - signed by marks of both John Taylors.
Six volumes of manuscript notes and drawings on Tasmanian plants, with some enclosed correspondence with F. von Mueller and other well-known botanists.
Letter from George Augustus Robinson dated 16 August 1832 to Rev. Henry Dowling, Baptist minister, V.D.L., reporting that he had removed 23 aborigines from the main territory to Hunter Island in Bass Strait , with a brief description of the Hunter Island settlement -- a pleasant situation containing nearly forty aborigines.
George Augustus Robinson
Letter from H. T. Whick, musician, H.M.S. Victory, Portsmouth, dated 5 December 1812 to his sister, written from 'Victory' Portsmouth, including the news that he was likely to be sent to Spain and a copy of music of six hornpipes for his 'dear little nephew'; addressed to Thomas Lane, junior, jappaner and painter, Old Blue Bell, Wednesfield, Near Wolverhampton, Staffordshire.
Letter from Michael Maxwell Shaw dated 7 July 1869 to William Boyer about the 'Castra' settlement - "I think that a society of gentlemen at Castra would do much to establish a sound tone of feeling and manners through the island". He also describes
his own home 'Deans Point' La Trobe, formerly a coal mine and good dairy land.
Michael Maxwell Shaw
Letter from R. D. Blackmore [Richard Doddridge Blackmore (1825-1900) English novelist, author of Lorna Doone] to Mannington Caffyn, on the origin of the title 'Cradock Nowell'. 18 February 1890.
Also letter from E. A. Nowell to Mr Morton [secretary of Royal Society of Tasmania] enclosing Blackmore's letter.
Richard Doddridge Blackmore
Letter to Bartholomew J. W. Thomas of Milford, Campbell Town from his sister Katherine Iveton in England with family news.
Letter written from Hobart to John Ingle, London:- depression in monetary, commercial and agricultural interests (affairs of Montefiore, Bryant, Hopleys (and their agent Hobbs).
The writer also attempted 'from recollection a sketch [plan] of your property in Argyle and Macquarie streets showing the present improvement' of new wharves reclaimed from the sea and the extension
of Argyle Street cut through Government House gardens , and also the old police office on the corner which belonged to the Gellibrand's trustees but was up for sale, being in a dilapidated state, and
would be a valuable site for shops or stores •
The letter is torn and a piece is missing with the signature, but it may- have been written by Edward Lord.
Letter written by George Martin to 'My dearest Mary' (his wife) and a copy of a 'location' extract of a grant of 800 acres.
Copies of letters written by John Martin, June to November 1849 to his brother David, from Dublin, the ship 'Elphinstone' and from Bothwell, Tasmania. Martin was an Irish political prisoner transported to Van Diemen's Land.
Collection consists of secretary's notes, letters, membership lists and notes related to the publication "Library Opinion" of the
Library Association of Australia : Tasmanian Branch
Library Association of Australia : Tasmanian Branch
Consists of one Library promotional video made in 1981, VHS cassette recording, 6.5 minutes. Script by Mary Howard and Peter Cohen, narrated by Meg Taylor, camera work by Michael Knott, Ross James and Eve Pettit, technical director Brian Rieusset, programme director Eve Pettit. Originally recorded on Umatic cassette for continuous playing over 1 hour, copied on to VHS by Brian Rieusset July, 1993, for University Archives (two showings over 15 minutes). Reformated to DVD in 2017. Includes typed copy of script.
University of Tasmania Library
Collection consists of correspondence from Olive Pink and black and white photographs of the UTAS campus 1945-1947
List of Tasmanian Ferns - Manuscript list, bound into quarto volume. Date and author unknown.
List of Tasmanian fish by M. Allport (n.d. c1870-1876)
Includes also "List of Tasmanian fish sent to Dr. Gunther, British Museum, per ship "Windward", March, 1874" ; List of Tasmanian
saltwater fish sent to the Royal Museum of National History, Brussels by Mr. Morton Allport, March, 1874" ;"Dr. Gunther's list 2nd
collection", and letters :-British Museum 12 Oct., 1872 ("thank you and Mrs. Meredith for ... 6 plates of Tasmanian fishes. I return them as requested ..." ; 2 May, 1875, report on fish received - a salmo trutta taken in Derwent estuary, having "in its stomach eight anchovies, a diet which will account for the rapid growth of salmonoids in your waters but which will not improve the flavour of their flesh", surprised that Tasmanian anchovies not yet turned to same use as in Europe; whip-tails - macronurus Novae Zelandiae : 8 Apr., 1876 : further report on collection sent - included new genus (No. 18 in list: "No local name. See 40 in book and drawing by Mrs. Allport.
Log book of schooner 'Malcolm', master Walter Langworthy. An official printed form Board of Trade log book, but it contains no entries except a list of crew and a report of the death of the First Mate, James Roper, from a fall at Port Jackson.
Log book 1812 - 1815. Log of ships 'Borneo' (1812-Apr. 1813), Frederick (1813-1814), brig 'Mary & Sally (1814 - 1815) on voyages between Calcutta, Mauritius and V.D.L.
Includes a water colour sketch of Escapelly on the coast near Madras, and navigational diagrams.
Log book of the schooner 'Lavinia' on a voyage from Sydney to the Solomon Islands, August 1872 to July 1873
Log kept by Captain Joshua Fergusson of the brig "Jupiter" on his voyage from Calcutta to van Diemen's Land 14 September 1816 to 9 December 1816 and from Van Diemen's Land to Port Jackson and return January to March 1817.
The volume is a standard ship's log, recording course, winds, latitude and other nautical observations. On the first page is 'A list of the Brig Jupiter's crew' including 'Joshua Fergusson, Captain, English' and' George Fergusson, 1st officer, English' and twenty Indian seamen. On the last page is a note (written twice) 'Joshua Fergusson, Tinder Box Bay 2 December 1862'
Printed papers, notices to mariners from the Board of Trade, London, warning of shoals, alterations to harbour and warning lights and other hazards for marking admiralty charts, dated 1881 to 1886
Board of Trade, London
Manuscript notes of transcripts of lectures on Jurisprudence and Roman Law given by H Duff, Oxford University
Louis Lempriere Dobson
Letters of Louisa Ann Twamley, nee Meredith, of Edgbaston near Birmingham, U.K., and of her daughter Louisa Ann, to their Meredith relations in Tasmania.
Louisa Ann Twamley
Collection consists of material relating to the Lovell family including an photograph, copy of a portrait, photocopied letters and an original manuscript
Samuel Ousten Lovell
Letters to Giblin from Prof. R.L. Dunbabin 1941 – 1945
Lyndhurst Falkiner Giblin
Consists of a copy of Alexander Maconochie's report on convict discipline made by George Washington Walker and sent by him to Margaret Bragg, in a volume titled: "Original Essays on convict discipline by Capt. Alexander Maconochie R.N. 1837 with some letters etc in further illustration of the same subject by James Backhouse and George W. Walker 1837".
Contents include Maconochies's report to Sir John Franklin, further observations, summary of papers addressed to British Government, Dr. Turnbull's objections to changes in convict discipline and observations by James Backhouse and George Washington Walker and index. The volume is in George Washington Walker’s handwriting.
At the front is a note on the origin of the manuscript and its presentation to Friends' School by descendants of Margaret Bragg, Roger Clark and John Bright Clark who visited the School in 1898.
Copies of letters from Thomas James Lempriere (1796-1852) public official, author and artist who served as Commissariat at Sarah Island (1827–30) to George Maclean, Deputy- Commissary-General, from Sarah Island, Macquarie Harbour, Van Diemen's Land, dated 18 June 1846-26 October 1847, reporting provisions and work of the prisoners sent to get huon pine etc. The letters of the 18 and 26 October 1846 report arrival, inadequate habitation (houses having been burnt down) and prisoners refusal to work on building. The second document is a Daily Strength Register of the troops stationed at the Military Establishment, Macquarie Harbour, April 1846-October 1847 including a list of Convict passholders.
Thomas James Lempriere
Facsimile of the 'Magna Carta' of King John, dated 15 June 1215, Runnymede, from the original manuscript held in the British Museum, (Shelfmark :Cotton MS. Augustus II 106,) with transcription and translation.
John, King of England
Papers and records of laboratory work and other investigations in preparation for five books written by Malcolm Spencer Gregory, lecturer in Civil Engineering at the University of Tasmania
• The history and development of civil engineering, 1974
• An introduction to extremum principles. 1969
• Elastic instability: analysis of buckling modes and loads of framed structures. 1967
• Linear framed structures, 1966,
• Simple digital computing examples 1971
Malcolm Spenser Gregory
Collection consists of fragments of manuscript. Information for some of the items taken from 'Descriptive catalogue of medieval and renaissance western manuscripts in Australia' by K. V. Sinclair Sydney University Press, 1969. Available at Morris Miller-Rare-Book Z 6620 .A8 S55
Collection consists of digital images taken from the book" From Manuscript to Print by Rodney M. Thomson", A description of all western manuscripts and early printed books to 1600 held in the University of Tasmania Library, the State Library of Tasmania and St David's Cathedral, Hobart. It is also the catalogue of an exhibition displaying many of these items held at the University Library, December 2008-January 2009.
Large map of Friends' Meetings in Ireland, 1794, including a list of Meetings for Discipline and dates of Meetings.
The papers include correspondence of Margaret (Gunn) Allison, daughter of William Gunn, mainly with her Gunn relatives and also papers of son Frank and his family.
Margaret (Gunn) Allison
Papers of Margaret Sturge Watts include photo albums of relief work in Central Europe after World War I, an autograph album, visitors books, journals, an unpublished autobiography, newspaper cuttings and miscellaneous items including the notification and congratulatory letters for Margaret Watts' MBE in 1957 for her work in the 'assimiliation of new settlers.'
Margaret Sturge Watts
Photographs (prints - 120mm x 160mm or 115mm x 115mm) of marine life, including environment and close ups of species in Tasmania (mainly taken in the 1950s) and also a series taken in Chile in 1955. By Zoology staff member, Eric Guiler. Tasmanian locations include Betsy Island, Balckmans Bay and Kingston, Bridport, Dodges Ferry, Dunalley, Eaglehawk Neck, Fisher Island, Freycinet Peninsula, Kettering, Howrah, Pipeclay Lagoon, Port Arthur and Trial Harbour
Eric Rowland Guiler
Documents relevant to the conservation of Antarctic marine living resources, such as krill and fish. Includes documents relevant to the Convention on the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources 1980, including negotiation of the Convention through the Second Special Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting. Some of the documents are reproduced in, or referred to in, W M Bush, "Antarctic and International Law: a Collection of Inter-state and National Documents" (volumes I-IV, and binders I-IV).
University of Tasmania
Collection consists of a series of digital photographs taken for an exhibition of Marjorie Bligh's work held at the University of Tasmania, Morris Miller Library in 2011. They include photographs of Marjorie's personal photograph collection and photographs of her handcrafts.
This collection consists of the papers of George Marshalland his grandson George Douglas Marshall who married Beatrice Terry granddaughter of Ralph Terry, of Lachlan Mills, New Norfolk, Tasmania so some papers of the Terry family papers are also included.
Also included are notes on family history and genealogy.
Material relating to Mrs. Mary Ann Cox who ran a coach service between Hobart and Launceston
Mary Ann Cox
Collection consists of material relating to various members of the Mather family, the Society of Friends , miscellaneous correspondence from Quakers and the Friends School
Collection of lecture note books and issues of Togatus - the independent student media at the University of Tasmania
• Trinity College, Melbourne, History 1932 - Notes on British History "B" from D. Gordon Taylor and Professor Scott.
• University of Tasmania, History 1933,1934 - Notes on English constitutional history, Australasian history, 19th century European history, diplomacy and U.S.A. and Japan from Professor C. King.
• University of Tasmania, English literature: Professor Taylor 1933
• University of Tasmania, Latin II, Ill : Professor Dunbabin 1933-1934 - Notes on Tacitus, Senecca, Horace, Lucretius, Plautus, Juvenal, Martial etc.
• Togatus 1932 – 1934 - M.A.P. Mattingley's copies of Togatus (student magazine), some annotated with full names of writers of articles and notices
Maxwell Albert Percy Mattingley
Confidential correspondence relating to the Orr settlement April - September 1963 Including correspondence with Malcolm McRae, Professor A.K. Stout (Sydney University) and draft terms of settlement.
Avon Maxwell Clark
A collection of photographs and memorabilia regarding the Tasmanian University Rifle Club and Student Union functions
McDonell Watkyn Woods
Hand written note book c1907-1909- belonging to Alexander Dudley McKay, BSc. (Tas. - 1909). Lecture notes in geology from lectures attended as student at University of Tasmania
Alexander Dudley McKay
A collection of five medals presented to the University of Tasmania
Medical and vital statistics for 1856. Report and tables, with returns, prepared fer the Royal Society of Tasmania by Edward Swarbreck Hall
Edward Swarbreck Hall
Collection of black and white photographs of the staff, students and equipment at the Medical Sciences Building taken c.1974. Some photographs named. Identification photographs of medical students, named 1966 to 1977
University of Tasmania
Collection consists of five ledgers containing details of wages and accounts, rations and shearing for two properties, Morningside and Riccarton. Located at Campbell Town in northern Tasmania and owned and managed by James Mercer.
Consist of Meredith family correspondence, some accounts and photographs. The letters are mainly between mothers and daughters and sisters and record the life of a settler family from the point of view of the women and children of the family.
Miscellaneous correspondence and papers of George Meredith
Papers relating to the historical research of Archibald Lawrence Meston (1890-1951), including notes, drafts and copies of articles for publication, transcripts or photocopies of documents, and newspaper cuttings.
Archibald Lawrence Meston
Research notes, correspondence and drafts of historical studies of the Van Diemen's Land Company, Jorgen Jorgensen, etc. by Archibald Lawrence Meston (1890-1951).
Archibald Lawrence Meston
Abstracts of meteorological data collected during 1841 - 1854 for Hobarton taken at the 'Observatory', noting: thermometer (mean maximum & minimum and highest and lowest, dry and wet bulb), humidity, barometer, wind, rain, clouds, remarks.