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Manuscript Name Papers of Barry Andrews 
Manuscript Number MSS 227
Last Updated November 2018
Extent 32 MSS  boxes 1 oversize 5 plan cabinet items 1 AV Box
Location Academy Library, UNSW Canberra
Abstract Correspondence, notes, research.

Collection Subject Type 

Literary

Scope and Content 

This collection relates to Barry Andrews and includes correspondence, manuscripts, research material.

Date Range of Content 

1968- 1987

Biographical Note 

Barry Geoffrey Andrews (1943-1987), university lecturer and literary scholar, was born on 13 February 1943 at Auburn, Sydney. He graduated from the University of New South Wales in 1963. He joined the Royal Military College, Duntroon, Canberra, in 1970 as a lecturer in English in the faculty of military studies maintained at RMC by UNSW. A senior lecturer from 1976, Andrews, with other RMC academic staff, transferred to the Australian Defence Force Academy in 1986. A champion of Australian literary culture, he was a co-founder of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature (ASAL). The association held its first conference at Monash University, Melbourne, in 1978 and its second, under Andrews’ leadership, in Canberra in 1979. He was president in 1985-86. Andrews wrote on popular culture, especially sport. In his own right, he was a talented cricketer.

Sources:
 https://www.austlit.edu.au/austlit/page/A9247

http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/andrews-barry-geoffrey-12139

 

 

Administrative Information 

 

Access and Copying Conditions 

Access: Open Access

This collection contains a variety of copyright material. Copyright is held by the creator of each item. Specific conditions for this collection are listed below. If no conditions are stipulated then the standard terms of the Copyright Act apply for published and unpublished items. Digitised material from manuscript collections is provided to clients by UNSW Canberra in good faith for private study and research only, and may not be published or re-purposed without the express and written permission of the individual legal holder of that copyright. Refer also to the UNSW copyright, disclaimer and takedown policy. 

Copying: Copying of material authored by Barry Andrews for private study and research is approved. 

 

 

Preferred Citation

Papers of Barry Andrews, Academy Library, UNSW Canberra, Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra, MSS 227, Box [Number], Folder [Number].

 

Provenance 

The collection was donated in 1995/1996 by Robyn Andrews.

Subject Keywords 

 

Subjects 

Australian literature, Australian sport

 

Personal Names 

Barry Geoffrey Andrews 1943 -1987

 

Corporate Names 

University of New South Wales, ADFA

 

Occupations

Author, lecturer

Container List 

Box 1

 

Folder 1

Correspondence, 1968-1972.

 

Folder 2

Correspondence, 1973-1975.

 

Folder 3

Correspondence, 1976.

 

Folder 4

Correspondence, 1977.

 

Folder 5

Correspondence, 1978.

 

Folder 6

Correspondence, 1979.

 

Folder 7

Correspondence, 1980.

 

Box 2

Folder 8

Correspondence, 1981

 

Folder 9

Correspondence, 1982.

 

Folder 10

Correspondence, 1983.

 

Folder 11

Correspondence, 1984.

 

Folder 12

Correspondence, 1985.

 

Folder 13

Correspondence, 1986.

 

Box 3

Folder 14

Correspondence, 1986.

 

Folder 15

Correspondence, 1987.

 

Folder 16

University appointments, promotions, committees, degrees.

 

Folder 17

Typescript of manuscript.

 

Folder 18

Material related to ‘Convict Legend’.

 

Box 4

 

Folder 19

Background material for ‘Convict Legend’.

Historical research.

Bibliographical material.

 

Folder 20

Background material for ‘Convict Legend’.

Sundry notes.

 

Folder 21

Background material for ‘Convict Legend’.

Historical research.

 

Folder 22

Background material ‘Convict Legend’

Australian history study guides.

 

Folder 23

Photocopied sections of books - Warung material.

Background material of Traill - genealogy.

 

Box 5

 

Folder 24

Background on Trail - The Bulletin.

 

Folder 25

Background material on Traill.

The Bulletin - references to Farrell letters.

Traill’s antecedents.

 

Folder 26

Burns, Byran, Brennan, Bradshaw, Boswell, Johnson and Martin Boyd.

 

Folder 27

Boldrewood, Blake Bardsley.

 

Folder 28

Abbott, Adams, Black literature.

 

Box 6

Folder 29

Andres, Antipodes, Arnold Matthew, Thea Astley, Aubrey, Fullere, Burton, Walton.

Lecture notes.

Notes for ADE.

 

Folder 30

Baker, Baynton, Brereton, Dann Barry and Outback Theatre (brief note), Browning, Butler.

 

Folder 31

Broomfield, David  Campbell.

 

Folder 32

Thomas Campion, Peter Carey, The Cavaliers, Joyce Cary, Cashmore.

 

Folder 33

C.H. Chambers, Chaucer, Marcus Clarke.

 

Folder 34

Chester Cobb, Coleridge, H.L.  Collins, Conrad.

 

Box 7

Folder 35

Crabbe and Thompson, Bruce Daw, Defoe.

 

Folder 36

de Rougemont, Dickens, Donne, Donovan, Thomas.

 

Folder 37

Dryden, Edwards, T.S. Elliot, Elizabethan Prose, Esson.

 

Folder 38

John Farrell, Emily Dickenson (brief), Folklore, Folk Songs and Ballads.

 

Folder 39

Frost, Garner (‘Monkey Grip’ - one folio), Hogan, (O.C.P. - 1 folio), Gould and Goodge, Jack Gregory.

 

Folder 40

Faulkner,  Forster, Foster, Marshall Grover, J.R. Houlding (‘Old Boomerang’), W.D. Home, Chad Morgan (brief note).

 

Folder 41

Fiction - Introductory lectures.

 

Box 8

 

Folder 42

Furphy, Ireland, James, Jeffery.

 

Folder 43

Livingston, York, Hopkins.

 

Folder 44

‘Anthology of Australian Humour/Satire’ - draft and correspondence.

 

Folder 45

Ben Jonson.

 

Folder 46

James Joyce, Ned Kelly and the Kelly Gang, A.F. Kippax.

 

Folder 47

Lawson, Ledger.

 

Folder 48

Literary Organisation FAW - photocopied material.

 

Folder 49

Literary criticism.

Poetry, drama, comedy notes.

Joseph Conrad (photocopy).

General notes on literary criticism.

 

Folder 50

Poetry - extensive notes on :

Conrad’s Nostrama (critique); Donne poem ‘Madame ...’ and commentary; English Course assignments on ‘Practical Criticism’ etc.

 

Folder 51

Large photocopy from Structuralism and Semiotics Deconstruction.

 

Folder 52

Photocopies - Structuralism, edited by Susan Wittig and Narratology by Gerald Prince.

 

Box 9

Folder 53

Photocopy - ‘Literary Criticism and Philosophy’ from The Common Pursuit.

‘The Practice of Criticism’ - Formalism.

‘Formalism’ - printed notes.

Photocopy - ‘The Tale as a Whole’ from Morphology of the Folk Tale.

Written notes on ‘Structuralism’.

Practical Criticism - Rhetoric.

‘Some Topics Epideictic Oratory’.

Figures of Speech.

The Doctrine of Figures and Tropes.

 

Folder 54

Rhetorical analysis of Milton’s Paradise Lost.

The Practice of Criticism.

The novel - printed notes.

Pamphlet ‘Tradition Stories and Their Meanings, Derek Brewer.

‘Amandine, or the TwoGardens’.

Notes.

Photocopy from King Lear.

Learning to Swim by Graham Swift.

‘The Journey of a Lifetime’.

Photocopy ‘Annotated Gospel According to Jacques’.

 

Folder 55

Photocopies of three articles on The Turn of the Screw.

 

Box 10

 

Folder 56

Photocopies - under file ‘Scholarship Course’ :

‘The Scholar Adventurers, R.D. Altick (ch. on Boswell); articles on Literary Research; article on ‘Literary Sleuthing’ from New Zealand Review; notes on Honours Course and Scholarship/Crit.  Course; Reading List; Scholarship Course - handwritten notes; Bibliography and Research methods.

 

Folder 57

‘Modern Literary Theory’ - photocopy.

 

Folder 58

‘Labour Literature’.

Notes on ‘The Worker’ etc and ‘The Australian Worker’.

Labour Journalism.

Two letters on Labour Journalism.

ALCALS papers, Fiji, 1980.

 

Folder 59

African literature - lectures, teaching notes.

Letter from ANU History (Hancock) in same folder.

 

Folder 60

Labour Literature.

Literature of World War II - notes.

Theatre research.

 

Folder 61

Notes and lecture notes on European and Colonial history - mainly 19th century.

 

 

Folder 62

Notes and lecture notes on European and Colonial history - mainly 19th century.

 

Folder 63

Tutorial handouts, photocopies, notes etc. for English 2C, Folk Song and Ballad.

 

Box 11

Folder 64

Tutorial handouts, photocopies, notes etc. for English 2C, Folk Song and Ballad.

 

Folder 65

Tutorial handouts, photocopies, notes etc. for English 2C, Folk Song and Ballad.

 

Folder 66

Press release and other related material to the Committee of Inquiry into ‘Folklore in Australia’.

Files : ‘Cinema and  Australian Literature’; ‘Dictionary of Australian Artists, Architects, Scuplters and Craftsmen’; ‘HHR and BedfordCollege’; ‘National Anthem’; Contemporary Drama’; ‘Popular Literature Between the Wars’.

 

Folder 67

Notes and photocopies concerning Les A. Murray.

 

Folder 68

File on Frank Moorhouse.

 

Folder 69

Australian Dictionary of Biography.

 

Folder 70

Files : ‘The Pom’; ‘Poms and Ockers’; W.G. Writing - article on literature in New Guinea’; Nuigi article - ‘The Fourth Novel’ by Andrew Gurr’; ‘Hume Nisbet - Race Relations’; Newspaper History’; ‘John Shaw Neilson’; ‘Metaphysicials’.

 

Folder 71

Files : ‘Charles George Macartney’; Bicentennial Commission’.

 

Folder 72

Italian MilitaryAcademy.

Australian Centre in Haly.

 

Box 12

Folder 73

Files : ‘ Australian Centre in Haly’; ‘William Macleod’.

 

Folder 74

Phil May.

 

Folder 75

Milton - ‘The Modern Revaluation of Milton’ by Barry Andrews, 30 August, 1963.

 

Folder 76

Rhyll McMaster, Christopher Marlowe, Frank Mahony, Frank Morton.

 

Folder 77

Frank P. Mahony, Craig McGregor, Publishing, Art.

 

Folder 78

University English Course and Lecture notes, photocopied articles, etc.

Photocopied article about ‘Romeo and Juliet’ by John Lawler, plus lecture notes.

Notes on Measure for Measure by Shakespeare.

 

Folder 79

File on ‘Publishing’.

Notes on The Tempest by Shakespeare.

 

Folder 80

Shakespeare - Much Ado About Nothing.

 

Folder 81

File : On Our Selection and Dad and Dave.

University English III Course Guide.

Articles on the renaissance and Elizabethan Theatre.

 

Box 13

Folder 82

Notes and photocopies - English III.

Drama - introductory material.

Toby Ryan.

 

Folder 83

Shakespeare - Julius Ceasar and Macbeth.

 

Folder 84

Shakespeare - Henry III.

Related material.

 

Folder 85

Drama - Coriolanus (Shakespeare ??).

 

Folder 86

Shakespeare - All’s Well That Ends Well and As You Like It.

File  : ‘The Comedy of Errors.

 

Folder 87

Lecture notes, photocopies, English III Course Guide, etc.

 

Folder 88

Australian Book Review - correspondence, documents.

Research material - Bathurst Convention, 1896 Referendum.

 

Folder 89

Colonial poetry.

Poetry teaching - class handouts, questionnaires.

 

Box 14

Folder 90

Nation al Word Festival :  Printouts, promotional material, correspondence, etc.

 

Folder 91

National Word Festival.

Adelaide Festival Writers’ Week.

 

Folder 92

‘The Bulletin of the 1890s’.

‘Australian Dictionary of Biography Materials’.

 

Folder 93

‘Australian Dictionary of Biography - general material.

 

Folder 94

Examination papers.

 

Folder 95

Examination papers.

 

Folder 96

‘Bibliography of Australian Literature’.

Articles on African and Indonesian literature.

 

Folder 97

Australian Literature - miscellaneous.

 

Box 15

Folder 98

‘1890s Literary Responses to Federation’.

Australian Facsimile Editions.

 

Folder 99

Australian Literature - general, photocopies.

 

Folder 100

Australian Literature field trip.

Colonial Australian Theatre.

 

Folder 101

Commonwealth literature.

 

Folder 102

Commonwealth literature.

Australian drama - texts.

 

Folder 103

Files : Swift; Strachey; .A.R. Rowlandson; Tennyson; D.M. Thomas; Synge; Swinburne; Christina Stead; Spenser.

 

Folder 104

Files : Smollet; ‘Student Essays’ Cyril Tourneur.

 

Folder 105

Files : Titus Andronicus; Forster and other novelists; G.B. Shaw.

 

Box 16

Folder 106

Files : Anthony Trollope; WilliamHenryTrail; Mark Twain; M. Wilding; Wordsworth.

 

Folder 107

Files : ‘Voyages’; Warung; White’s Drama; John Webster.

 

Folder 108

Files : Wright, Yeats, Chief Little Wolf; Waugh.

 

Folder 109

Files : Thatcher;  Thwaites.

Photocopied articles about ‘Oz’ literature and drama.

 

Folder 110

Reviews of The Fatal Shore by Robert Hughes.

Lecture notes, photocopies, class handouts concerning Antony and Cleopatra by Shakespeare.

 

Folder 111

Royal MilitaryCollege memorabilia.

Copy of article ‘Australian Humour and Satire’.

 

Folder 112

Correspondence and drafts relating to A New Literary History of Australia.

 

Folder 113

A New Literary History of Australia : correspondence; notes; contributions.

Draft of ‘Australian Humour and Satire’ by Barry Andrews and Dorothy Jones.

File : ACPHER.

16

Folder 114

Files : Orwell, Powell, Poe, Pope, Pound.

 

Box 17

Folder 115

Sports literature : notes, correspondence, photocopies.

 

Folder 116

File : ‘Bastardisation’ - material concerning allegations of improper conduct by cadets of the RoyalMilitaryCollege.

 

Folder 117

File : ‘Bastardisation’ - press clippings.

Bicentennial History.

‘Doyle Book of Essays’ - review.

‘Murringo Historial Seminar’ - paper.

19th Century Australian Literature Course - notes, handouts, etc.

 

Folder 118

Files : O’Casey; Scott; 17th Century Fiction; 17th Century general notes.

 

Folder 119

Files : Richardson, Richardson and Fielding; Robinson; 17th Century Bibliographies; Colonial Prose; notes.

 

Folder 120

File : Henry Lawson.

 

Folder 121

Files : Adam McCay; Melville; ‘Restoration Tragedy’; ‘Rest Court Poetry’; ‘Pre-S Drama’; ‘Restoration Comedy’.

 

Box 18

Folder 122

Press cuttings

 

Folder 123

Files : Kendall; Keneally; Kyd.

 

Folder 124

Files : Kingsley; T.E. Lawrence; Landor; George Lamming.

 

Folder 125

Files : Trevor Griffiths; Green; Robert Gray; ‘Ginger Meggs’ lectures.

 

Folder 126

File : ‘Ginger Meggs’.

 

Folder 127

File : ‘Ginger Meggs’.

 

Folder 128

Files : Thomas Hardy; David Hare; Gwen Harwood; Nathaniel Hawthorne; William Hazlit; Hay; Ernest Hemingway.

 

Box 19

Folder 129

Files : Xavier Herbert; Dorothy Hewitt; Grant Hervey; Jack Hibberd; A.D. Hope; Gerard Manley Hopkins; Ibsen; Ion L. Idriess.

 

Folder 130

File : Jacobean Drama (Elizabethan).

 

Folder 131

File : Patrick White.

 

Folder 132

File : Patrick White.

 

Folder 133

File : ‘As Pro Application’.

 

Folder 134

File : General Sporting Topics and Popular Culture’.

 

Folder 135

File : General Sporting Topics and Popular Culture’.

Paper ‘ ‘Literary Production and the World of the Writer 1855-1915’.

 

Folder 136

File : ‘Cricket’.

Commonwealth Cricket stories.

 

Box 20

Folder 137

File : ‘Sporting Language’ - notes, correspondence, press clippings.

 

Folder 138

File : ‘Sporting Language’ - notes, correspondence, press clippings.

 

Folder 139

Printout of Barry Andrews’ files from his Macintosh personal computer. See AV2 for disks (nos. 1-4, 21.5.1987).

 

Folder 140

Australian National Dictionary.

 

Folder 141

Sporting Research - miscellaneous notes.

 

Folder 142

Sport and Popular Culture.

 

Folder 143

Notes on Sport and Popular Culture - includes articles on C.T.B. Turner, cricket player and photographs.

 

Folder 144

Photocopies of magazine  Cricket : a Weekly Record of the Game, from 1880s and 1890s.

Notes.

 

Box 21

 

Folder 145

File  : ‘Sport - Maher Cup’.

 

Folder 146

File : ‘Sport - Maher Cup’.

Printout of Barry Andrews’ files from his Macintosh personal computer. See AV3 for disks nos. 1 and 3, 21.5.1987).

File : ‘Sport Literature Association’.

 

Box 22

 

Folder 147

Printout of Barry Andrew’s files from his Macintosh personal computer disk no. 2, 21.6.1997.

 

 

Folder 148

Files on Sport : C.T.B. Turner; The Brearly Phenomenon.

 

Folder 149

Correspondence with publishers, royalty statements from publishers etc.

 

 

Folder 150

Royalty statements and contracts from VQP, Twaynes, Gale.

ACLAS  conference papers, 1962.

 

Folder 151

ACLAS conference papers, 1968.

 

Folder 152

Correspondence with Craig Munro.

 

Folder 153

Australian Dictionary of Biography - drafts.

 

Folder 154

Australian Dictionary of Biography - drafts.

 

Folder 155

Australian Dictionary of Biography - drafts.

 

Folder 156

Australian Dictionary of Biography - drafts.

 

Folder 157

Australian Dictionary of Biography - drafts.

 

Folder 158

File : Astley.

 

Folder 159

File : Astley family, Richmond, Melbourne, Sydney.

Gale Research Company - correspondence regarding publishing.

 

Folder 160

Gale Research Company - correspondence regarding publishing.

 

Box 23

 

Folder 161

Material on William Astley (draft of article about him).

 

Folder 162

File : Collations.

Material on Price Warung, correspondence.

 

Folder 163

Files : Echuca; Tumut; Nhill.

Drafts of article about William Astley.

 

Folder 164

Drafts of article about William Astley.

 

Folder 165

Files about History and Philosophy of Science.

 

Folder 166

Material on William Astley.

Photocopies of stories.

Correspondence with publishers and various universities.

Draft of ‘The Initiation of “Pine Tree Jack” : a story of “The Ring” ‘.

 

Folder 167

Material on William Astley - political, and as a short story writer.

 

Box 24

Folder 168

Photocopies of old newspapers, mainly The Bulletin of the 1890s.

 

Folder 169

Files : Astley - Miscellaneous; Astley - Contacts; The Bulletin Research.

 

Folder 170

Astley material - biographical research.

 

Folder 171

Astley material - biographical research.

 

Folder 172

Astley : letters; biography; articles.

 

Folder 173

Astley.

 

Folder 174

Astley - prints.

 

Folder 175

Picture of Shakespeare’s birthplace, Stratford-upon-Avon.

 

Box 25

 

Folder 176

Information on Trail, 1861-1863.

 

Folder 177

Information on Trail, 1861-1863.

 

Folder 178

Drafts of article on William Astley.

 

Folder 179

Notes on Australian literature.

Photocopy of ‘A Basic Guide to Indexing for the Gale Information Guide Library’.

Information on Traill.

Copy of ‘Ridgey Didge Oz Jack Lang’ by Ryan Aven-Bray.

 

Folder 180

Papers and articles concerning Australian literature and its connection with social issues.

 

Folder 181

Papers and articles concerning Australian literature and its connection with social issues.

 

 

Folder 182

Papers and articles concerning Australian literature and its connection with social issues.

 

Folder 183

Files on Traill : Scottish legal documents; Queensland, 1870s - general; Obituaries; Education.

 

 

Box 26

 

Folder 184

Files on Traill : Miscellaneous; 1893; Journalism, general; Schooling.

 

 

Folder 185

Files on Traill : Thesis - ideas file; Westove and Orkney Islands’ material.

General files : Business.

Sydney Mail, 1878-1880.

 

Folder 186

Files on Trail : Letters from Joan Weddle and photographs; Passing thoughts - Queensland Express.

 

Folder 187

Files on Traill : Background notes; Bankruptcy, 1896.

 

Folder 188

Files on Traill : Traill Literary file; Letters to Stephens.

 

Folder 189

Traill.

 

Folder 190

Traill : Notes, photocopied material.

 

Folder 191

Traill : photocopied material.

 

 

Box 27

Folder 192

Traill : photocopied material.

 

Folder 193

Traill : photocopied material.

 

 

Folder 194

The Making of Sporting Traditions Conference August 1981: programme, copies of 2 papers.

 

Folder 195

Sporting Traditions Conference 1985: programme, abstract of papers, other material.

 

Folder 196
Papers on sporting traditions, various authors.

 

 

Folder 197

Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies , Individual and Community in Commonwealth Literature, University of Malta, March 1978.

 

Folder 198

First Australian Symposium on the History and Philosophy of Physical Education and Sport, August 1980

 

Folder 199
Symposium on Australian Literature and Culture, Bled, Yugoslavia 1982.

 

Folder 200

Association for the Study of Australian Literature Conference, Australian National University 1979.

 

 

Box 28

 

Folder 201
Association for the Study of Australian Literature Conference, 1980.

 

Folder 202
Association for the Study of Australian Literature Conference, 1982

 

Folder 203
Association for the Study of Australian Literature Conference, 1983

 

Folder 204
Association for the Study of Australian Literature Conference, 1984

 

Folder 205
Association for the Study of Australian Literature Conference, 1985

 

Folder 206
Association for the Study of Australian Literature Conference, 1986

 

Box 29

 

Folder 207

Association for the Study of Australian Literature Conference, 1987

 

Folder 208

Association for the Study of Australian Literature Conference, 1988

 

Folder 209
Association for the Study of Australian Literature Inaugural Conference, 1978

 

Folder 210
Association for the Study of Australian Literature Conference, [1989]

 

Folder 211

South Pacific Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies Conference, University of Queensland 1977

 

Folder 212

South Pacific Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies Conference, University of Queensland 1987

 

Folder 213

Conferences on drama, Humanities Research Centre, Australian National University, 1979

 

Folder 214

Hand written notes

 

Folder 215
Commonwealth Literary Fund: copies of archival records

 Box 30

Folder 216

Article by Barry Andrews on the history of Federal funding for literature: several drafts and titles: The Federal Government as Literary Patron; From 500 Pounds to $1.5 million: The Commonwealth Literary Fund and the Literature Board 1908-1980

 

Folder 217
Literature Board: Report on State of the Arts visit 1979 by Dir Michael Costigan, Director, Literature Board; Annual Report 1981/82: Literature Board [draft]; writers’ assistance grants 1985 list; Council Agenda item 3.4 13/14 December 1979: report on history, philosophy, evaluation and statistics relating to the Literature Board; Council May 1981 Agenda Item 3.3 Literature Board Program Review; Culture and Democracy: The economists and the performing arts by Time Rouse, May 1981; letters to Barry Andrews from Literature Board 1981; letter from ‘Elaine’ concerning the Literature Board.

 

Folder 218

Notes on research for history of Federal Government support of literature, list of archival sources, letter on Commonwealth Literary Fund and communists.

 

Folder 219

Adelaide Festival Writers Week 1982

 

Folder 220

Penant: Mr Andrews 1st Grade Coach, Mid Western C.H.S Cricket

 

Folder 221

Second National Folklore Conference, Lindfield N.S.W. October 1986: conference programme and other material.

 

Folder 222

The Making of Sporting Traditions Conference July 1977: programme, abstract of papers, copies of 3 papers

 

 

Box 31

Publications: AUMLA Journal of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association, 10 issues of 1967- 1983; University of New South Wales, Research and Publications, 10 issues 1976- 1987; UNSW The Senior Academic Body of the University of New South Wales, Issues Paper, May 1985; ; UNSW The Senior Academic Body of the University of New South Wales, Report of the Committee Appointed by the Vice-Chancellor May 1986; The University of New South Wales Quarterly September 1979; The University of New South Wales Annual Report 1985; The University of New South Wales Calendar 1971.

 

Box 32

Publications: Vestes The Australian Universities’ Review 3 issues (1982, 1986); Report of the Commission on Higher Education in Papua New Guinea 1964; The CRNLE Reviews Journal no. 2 1990 ; Universal Business Directory Pacific Islands 1969; Speech and Language Research Centre Working Papers January 1977; Australasian Victorian Studies Association Sydney Conference Papers 1975; Australian Research Grants Scheme Research Funding Survey 1984; Qualifying and Matriculation English 1965; Scouting for Boys by Lord Baden-Powell 1953; 5 books for children in German; Australian Papers Reprint: paper by Barry Andrews The Empire Strikes Back: 1915 and the Australian Sense of the Past.

 

Audio Visual material

 AV Box 1

 AV Item 1

Audio cassette - interview with Roger McDonald, by Barry Andrews

AV Item 2

3 Microfilms: Traill material

 

Posters

Folder 1063-1064           

Map : Northern New South Wales - highlighted ‘Hernani West’, ‘Hernani’ (Dorrigo area)

 

Folder 1065   

Map : Ebor, New South Wales - Sheet 9337 (Edition 1), Series R651).

 

Folder 1066   

Map : Dorrigo, New South Wales - Sheet 9437 (Edition 1) Series R651.

 

Folder 1067   

Map : Parish of Hyland, County of Fitzroy, Land District of Armidale, Eastern Division, New South Wales - Third Edition (photocopy).

 

Folder 1067a 
The Inaugural Barry Andrews Memorial Lecture, 30 June, Lecture Theatre 1, University College, Australian Defence Force Academy, Campbell, ACT 2600 : Thomas Keneally - ‘The Australian Voice : the Australian People’: poster drawn and signed by James Kemsley.

 

 

Folio items

 

Folio Item 1

Photocopied articles about literature.