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.
Papers relating to the University's submission and other submissions following the Karmel Report on Post Secondary Education. Prof. Sale's file on submissions on post-secondary education dated 1976-1977 .
Transcript in English of trials and judgement at the Nuremberg International Military Tribunal, 1946. Presented by N.C.H. Dunbar (1917- ), prosecuting officer. Consists of 12 cases and judgement, also list of cases. (Note: Case 2 missing).
Scrapbooks containing cuttings from newspapers (mainly Tasmanian) relating to the University of Tasmania from the late 1970's these include any mention of the University in Tasmanian, including brief references to former students, advertisements for functions in the University Centre and some general articles relating to education. There are none between 1918-1932.
Collection of UTAS graduation ceremonies booklets and DVDs. Graduation ceremonies are held twice a year in August and December. DVDs, Ambassador Productions Pty. Ltd. held from 2008-2013 ; & 2013-2015 imperfect. Earlier publications held at Graduation ceremonies / University of Tasmania, University Centre- Steps Store - Journal - LG 715 .H6 T32 - 1982-1992
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
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
Hand drawn plan of the University of Tasmania located on the domain at Hobart. Surveyed by C.A. Gillett, 1928. Scale 1 :40 links. Lat 42deg, 58 23.3 S Long 147deg. 19 52.455 E. Showing • gardens, drives and pathways • Tennis courts • Teachers College • Biological Laboratory • Common Room • Biological Museum • Department of Physics and Electrical engineering • Engineering Department • Workshop University Main Building • Lavatories
Collection consists of McAulay's Phyics and Quantum Theory notes made while a student at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, certificates of degrees and photographs of Cavendish Laboratory research students 1920, 1921. Students named
Typed summaries of lectures on economics, with alterations by Hytten, used between 1925 and 1933, in small binder file 12 cm. x 20 cm. Note at front by K.M. Dallas, 13 Dec. 1962: "This book has been in my possession since Hytten resigned but I was never certain whether he did not take it over from Brigden (or Copland). All emendations are Hytten's."
Miscellaneous papers, including newspaper advertisements, relating to Thomas Chapman's claim to the annuity left to his first wife, Mary Ann (formerly Langhorne) by her aunt Lydia Hooley, and, The Craftsman or Say's Weekly Journal, relateing to the Gordon riots etc. dated 10 June 1780
The collection consists of correspondence, papers, newspaper cuttings, literary manuscripts and other miscellaneous items of Roy Bridges, Tasmanian writer and newspaper reporter Including some correspondence and agreements with publishers and manuscripts or typescripts of much of his work, including unpublished material. The Collection also includes manuscripts of Hilda Bridges, Roy's sister.
Collection consists of glass plates, lantern slides, 35mm slides, prints and negatives of images relating to the history of the University of Tasmania some later images produced by the University photographer Fred Koolhof 1960-1980
Research notes relating to articles on Alfred Joseph Taylor (1849-1921) , G.L.A. Thirkell and Tichborne Case. Also tape recording and typescript of interview of Sir Robert Cosgrove, and Letter from Professor Sir Isaiah Berlin
Publication -University leaders by Alexander, Alison. Includes photographs and biographies of the University of Tasmania’s Chancellors and Vice-Chancellors from the University's formation in 1890 to 2006. Morris Miller-Rare-Book LG 715 .H6 A853 2006
The two volumes of the green leather-bound, gold-embossed University of Tasmania roll books list University of Tasmania graduates conferred since the university's formation in 1890 until 1970. In the first few decades it also includes graduates from other universities in the Empire whose degrees were conferred at the University of Tasmania as ad eundem gradum degrees. The first graduates were conferred on 25 June 1890. The first University of Tasmania graduate was Samuel Picken and his degree was conferred 21 December 1894. The first University of Tasmania female graduate was Miss Eliza Wilson and her degree was conferred on 23 December 1896. Please note: the index to this volume appears to be incomplete. We will be working to rectify this over time. Please check the entries for the year.
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.
Collection consists of personal papers, medical case notes and accounts, student notes and exercises, botanical papers which include some correspondence with Baron Sir Ferdinand von Mueller, copies of electoral returns etc.
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 correspondence, papers and notes from the various committees that Hytten was involved with. Includes 1948 Parliamentary Deadlocks Committee in conjunction with Professor Lyndhurst Falkiner Giblin.
Professor Dunbabin's archives include his notes for lectures, mainly on classics, as a lecturer or professor at the University of Tasmania, his lecture notes and essays while a student at Oxford University and a few from his schooldays, some copies and notes of lectures by colleagues, including Professor W. Mitchell of Adelaide University on philosophy, psychology and economics, Professor W. H. Williams and Professor D. G. Mcdougall, and a catalogue of the Univerity's Greek and Roman coin collection. There is some general correspondence and catalogues of his personal library. Records of the Classical Association of Tasmania, founded in September 1928, are with Professor Dunbabin's papers for the period 1928 - 1938 when he was secretary and then President.
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.
Collection consists of material relating to the University of Tasmania Library and its branch libraries. Includes, staff bulletins, publications, newsletters, annual reports, photographs and newspaper clippings
Collection consists of material relating to the (HELLP) Help the Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian Peoples Association and The Lithuanian Studies Society of the Tasmania University Union includes copies of "Baltic News" and Lithuanian papers
HELLP and Lithuanian Studies Society of the Tasmania University Union
Minutes of Students' Club, Hyttite Newsletter; annual reports, correspondence, social activities : dinner dance, old boys' reunion - copies of menus and invitation cards, records of sports and activities
Collection of five signs from the Domain House building Hobart. Includes two Electrical Engineering, University Office, Tasmanian School of Art and a commemorative plaque donated by the Australian federation of University Women - Tas
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.
Collection consists of material relating to the University of Tasmania Evangelical Union including minute books, letter from the University of Tasmania Christian Union and 1978 issue of the newspaper "Direction"
Collection consists of material relating to the University Rugby Club, including correspondence from other bodies, Tasmania University Sports Council, Tasmania University Sports Council, Tasmanian Rugby Union also minutes of club meetings and lists of members and players.
Collection consists of material relating to the Tasmania University Staff Association (TUSA). Files include constitution, minutes, correspondence and the Orr case. Also constitution and correspondence between UTSA and the Federation of Australian University Staff Asociations (FAUSA )
Collection consists of UTAS publications : • 1994 communications directory • 1995-96 communications directory • 1997 telephone directory • August 2002 telephone directory • Restructuring of Information Technology Services. 13 December 1995 1998 Australian Awards for University Teaching , awarded to Arthur Sale • Service level definitions. 12 May 1998 • The service of IT. August 1998 • Networking. 1991
Miscellaneous papers relating to the foundation of Tasmanian University Association 1938-1939. Including: membership lists, dinner subscription lists, circulars, receipt book butts. Secretary Don F. Gee.
Manuscripts of papers not held by UTAS Library or listed on Libraries Australia: • Multiple definitions of and approaches to a complex problem I Joan Abbott-Chapman, Phillip Hughes, Colin Wyld. July 1990. • From effectiveness and efficiency to excellence: a giant step for education I Phillip Hughes. 1990. • Towards equity and excellence: final conclusions and recommendations ... I Joan Abbott-Chapman, Phillip Hughes, Colin Wyld. December 1990. [Held at one library only. See Libraries Australia record 8193061] • The Students at Risk Program (STAR Program): an evaluation of projects in Tasmanian Schools. Report 1 I Joan Abbott-Chapman, Carol Patterson. December 1990.
Collection of School of Medicine files (1966-1981) containing newspaper clippings, class/graduation photographs (1984,1985,1987,1988), staff lists, job advertisements, seminar information, questionnaires.
Scrapbook containing newspaper clippings and theatre programs and posters from performances held in the Studio Theatre between 1982 and 1999. Some of the companies and organistions who featured at the theatre were: Salamaca Theatre Company,The Mummers Theatre Company, The Cygnet Peforming Arts group, Round Earth Company, The University's Conservatorium of Music, Breadline Theatre Company, Forum Music Theatre, The Performance Laboratory, The Old Nick Company, Apprentice Theatre, The Classics Society, The Hobart Raja Yoga Centre, the H.C Theatre Company, Misterioso Productions, Polygon Theatre & Launceston Repertory Society.
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 material produced and collected by Hilda Bridges. Contains photographs, newspaper articles, material relating to Roy Bridges and his publications and many loose manuscripts and typescripts written by Hilda Bridges
Collection consists of notes, photographs and scrapbooks of Tasmanian music and drama, theatrical figures and events. Including the International Exhibition of 1894 and meeting minutes for the Tasmanian Tourist Association
Collection consists of academic gowns worn by staff and students of the University of Tasmania. • Wool University of Tasmania Blazer • University of Tasmania Doctor of Agricultural Science Honorary Degree outfit (with portrait and letter from recipient) • University of Tasmania PhD outfit donated by Michele Sale • University of Tasmania Doctor of Science outfit donated by Frank Kelly • Old style Bachelor’s gown • University seal press • University legal press • University of Tasmania Vice-Chancellor/Chancellor portraits • University of Tasmania Framed regalia colour swatches
Collection consists of material produced and collected by Oates. Included are personal and professional papers , diaries, letters, research notes for publications and material relating to the "Singing Ship"
Framed oil painting by Max Angus (1914-2017): a portrait of Dan Sprod (1924-2018), former Morris Miller Librarian (1966-75) and subsequently proprietor of Blubber Head Press and Astrolabe Antiquarian Books, seated at the window of his home in Sandy Bay holding a copy of the book Simpkinson de Wesselow authored by Max Angus and published by Blubber Head Press in 1985
Collection consists of photocopies of three letters and two pamphlets bound into four volumes. The family papers remain in the possession of the family and include diaries and work notebooks of John Waldie, jun. c.1854-1896; agreements over timber and land, accounts and receipts 1856-1892, letter from W.C.Blyth 1869, letter to his mother 184S, letters from John Waldie senior 1822, 1832, 1833 and letters to Delia Waldie from Mary Quinn 1883.
Collection consists of an article entitled Memories of Physics in the army huts at Sandy Bay that was written by Bruce Scott in 2018. It documents the early days of the Physics Department on the Sandy Bay Campus of the University of Tasmania and is accompanied by some negatives of the site and of people.
Collection consists of archival documents of the Australian Quaker Narrative Embroidery Project - Friends in Stitches. The documents begin at the start of the project in 2009. They include minutes of meetings, early sketches and designs, samples of woven material, quotes, early newsletters and photographs. The Friends in Stitches - Australian Quaker Narrative Embroidery Project seeks to provide a history of Australian Quakers. It is inspired by the British Kendal Quaker Tapestry. At the time of the donation there are 24 completed panels. This project will continue.