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Manuscript Name Papers of Michael Dugan
Manuscript Number MSS 23
Last Updated November 2018
Extent 17 boxes 
Location Academy Library, UNSW Canberra
Abstract Papers, scripts, drafts etc TBC.

Collection Subject Type 

Literary

Scope and Content 

This collection relates to author Michael Dugan and includes book and poetry drafts, essays, articles and correspondence.

Date Range of Content

1968-1995

Biographical Note 

Michael Gray Dugan wrote fiction, non-fiction and verse for children and adapted stories for radio. After leaving school he worked in children's bookselling and developed an interest in writing himself. Dugan co-founded Contempa Publications with Phillip Edmonds and Robert Kenny.

Dugan published a series of short factual books for children in Macmillan's Australian Fact Finder series. In 1984 he co-authored a social history of Australian immigration called There Goes the Neighbourhood!

Michael Dugan also wrote as Roger Gray.

Source: https://www.austlit.edu.au/austlit/page/A4595

 

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 If no conditions are stipulated then the standard terms of the Copyright Act apply for published and unpublished items.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collections is provided to clients by UNSW Canberra in good faith for private study and research only, and may not be published or re-purposed without the express and written permission of the individual legal holder of that copyright.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 Michael Dugan for private study and research is approved. 

 

 

Preferred Citation

Papers of Michael Dugan, Academy Library, UNSW Canberra, Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra, MSS 23, Box [Number], Folder [Number].

 

Provenance 

This collection was donated by Michael Dugan between 1987 and 1996.

Subject Keywords 

 

Subjects 

Poetry, short stories, children’s literature, immigration

 

Personal Names 

Michael Gray Dugan 1947- 2006

Roger Gray

Corporate Names 

Australian Broadcasting Corporation; ABC

 

Occupations 

Author

Container List

 

Box 1

 

Folder 1
Miscellaneous correspondence from: Ian Mudie, Betty Roland, A.A. Phillips, Hugh Anderson, Garrie Hutchinson, Dorothy Green.

Crosscurrents: correspondence, 1968-1969, photocopied list with pencil ticks.

 

Folder 2
Miscellaneous correspondence, typewritten and handwritten.

Copy of published work: Crosscurrents : Recent Australian Poetry, editor: Michael Dugan, Vol. 1, no. 1, Apr. 1968.

 

Folder 3
Correspondence from Kris Hemensley

 

Folder 4        

Correspondence Jacaranda Press

 

Folder 5
Copy of published work:

The Early Dreaming : Australian Children’s Authors on Childhood, compiled by Michael Dugan.

 

Folder 6
Crosscurrents correspondence.

 

Folder 7
Miscellaneous correspondence.

 

Folder 8        

‘Streetlights : Six Melbourne Poets’, edited by Michael Dugan (published as: The Drunken Tram, typewritten with handwritten ink annotations.

Photographs of Stephen Gray and Marc Radzyner.

 

Folder 9
Dingo Boy: manuscript.

 

Box 2

 

Folder 10        
The Teacher’s Secret: manuscript.

 

Folder 11        
The Teacher’s Secret: manuscript.

 

Folder 12        
Melissa’s Ghost: manuscript.

 

Folder 13        
Melissa’s Ghost: manuscript.

 

Folder 14        
Melissa’s Ghost: notes.

 

Folder 15        
Melissa’s Ghost: manuscript.

 

Folder 16        
Melissa’s Ghost: manuscript.

 

Folder 17        
Melissa’s Ghost: manuscript.

 

Box 3

 

Folder 18        
Growing up in the Goldrush: manuscript.

 

Folder 19        
Growing up in the Bush: manuscript.

 

Folder 20        
Growing up in the Bush: manuscript.

 

Folder 21        
Growing up on a Section: manuscript.

 

Folder 22        
The Hijacked Bathtub and other Funny Stories, compiled by Michael Dugan: manuscript, galleys, proof pages and related correspondence.

 

Folder 23        
The Hijacked Bathtub and other Funny Stories, compiled by Michael Dugan: manuscript, galleys, proof pages and related correspondence.

 

Folder 24        
The Hijacked Bathtub and other Funny Stories, compiled by Michael Dugan: manuscript, galleys, proof pages and related correspondence.

 

Box 4

 

Folder 25        
The Maltese Connection: Australia and Malta, a Bond of People,Michael Dugan: author’s transcript and related correspondence.

 

Folder 26        
The Maltese Connection:Australia and Malta, a Bond of People,Michael Dugan: author’s transcript and related correspondence.

 

Folder 27        
Correspondence re anthologies:
The Moving Skull and other Awesome Australian Verse, collected by Michael Dugan; illustrated by Bruce Riddell.
More Stuff & Nonsense, compiled by Michael Dugan; illustrated by Roland Harvey.
Correspondence with Stephen Murray-Smith re The Dictionary of Australian Quotations, editor: Stephen Murray-Smith, Richmond, Vic: Heinemann Australia, 1984.

 

Folder 28        
The Teacher’s Secret: drafts and correspondence.

 

Folder 29        
Correspondence with Ian Reid re Enlarging Literature : an Inclusive Role for Australian Writing,Ian Reid, [Woden, A.C.T. : Commonwealth Schools Commission, 1987](Bulletin / Bicentennial Australian Studies School Project, 0818-0849 ; 5).

 

 

Folder 30        
Leaving Home: How to Make that first Move and Survive, Michael Dugan; cartoons by Simon Kneebone, Ringwood, Vic. : Penguin, 1989 (Young adults. Australia. Life skills guides): 1st draft and research material.

 

 

Folder 31        
Leaving Home: How to Make that first Move and Survive, Michael Dugan; cartoons by Simon Kneebone, Ringwood, Vic.: Penguin, 1989 (Young adults. Australia. Life skills guides): 1st draft and research material.

 

Folder 32        
Typescripts, correspondence, etc. re Southern Cross series, published by Macmillan, 1987, includes contributions to anthologies in same series:Your World : Fun and Fantasy, [edited by Michael Dugan].

Aunt Fig Sells her Pig, Michael Dugan ; illustrated by Anne Sulzer.Spooky Riddles, compiled by Michael Dugan ; illustrated by Drew Aitken.Spelling List, Michael Dugan ; illustrated by Steve French.

Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and All, Michael Dugan; illustrated by Brett Colquhoun.

 

Box 5

 

Folder 33        
Southern Cross series: typescripts, correspondence, etc, published by

Macmillan, 1987, includes contributions to anthologies in same series:

Your World : Fun and Fantasy, [edited by Michael Dugan].

Aunt Fig Sells her Pig, Michael Dugan ; illustrated by Anne Sulzer.

Spooky Riddles, compiled by Michael Dugan ; illustrated by Drew Aitken

Spelling List, Michael Dugan ; illustrated by Steve French.

Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and All, Michael Dugan ; illustrated by Brett Colquhoun.

 

 

Folder 34        
The Teacher’s Secret: typescript working copy and paste-up.

 

 

Folder 35        
Flocks’ Socks and other Shocks, Michael Dugan; illustrated by Peter Viska: typescript and correspondence.

 

Folder 36        
The Maltese Connectio :Australia and Malta, a Bond of People,Michael Dugan: 1st draft and typescript.

 

Folder 37        
File on 1987 Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards, Poetry - Michael Dugan convenor of judging panel.

File on 1988 Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards, Poetry - Michael Dugan convenor of judging panel.

The Elephant who came to Stay, by Michael Dugan ; illustrated by Stephen Birch: manuscript and correspondence.

It’s Just a Trick, Michael Dugan: manuscript and correspondence.

 

Folder 38        
Australian Literature: an Historical Introduction, John McLaren, Melbourne : Longman Cheshire, 1989: correspondence etc. relating to editorial work by Michael Dugan.

 

Folder 39        
Growing up in the Bush: correspondence etc.

 

Folder 40        
Look What We’ve Made!, by Michael Dugan ; illustrated by Veronica Holland: manuscript drafts and correspondence.

 

Box 6

 

Folder 41        
Miscellaneous correspondence relating mainly to Michael Dugan’s book.

 

Folder 42        
The Worst Dream of All: and Other Funny Poems, Michael Dugan ; illustrations by Mark David: carbon typescript, correspondence and drafts of text.

 

Folder 43        
Wombat and Emu (also titled: Wombat and Emu in Tibet), by Michael Dugan for Macmillan: drafts and correspondence.

Wombats Don’t Have Christmas?, [text] Michael Dugan ; [illustrations] Jane Burrell: drafts/typescripts.

A Night for Frights, illustrations by Regina Newey ; devised by Michael Dugan: drafts/typescripts.

 

Folder 44        
Leaving Home: How to Make That First Move and Survive, Michael Dugan; cartoons by Simon Kneebone: manuscript draft and correspondence.

 

Folder 45        
Finding a Job: Strategies for Job-Seeking, Michael Dugan ; cartoons by Simon Kneebone: manuscript drafts, rough drafts, correspondence and notes.

 

Folder 46        
Puffin Books, children’s imprint of Penguin Books, consulting files and correspondence

 

Folder 47        
Behind the News text by Michael Dugan; photographs by Reimund Zunde, illustrations by Arthur Horner: book, wallchart set and handbook - project 1: correspondence.

 

 

Box 7

 

Folder 48        
Behind the News text by Michael Dugan; photographs by Reimund Zunde, illustrations by Arthur Horner: project 2: captions, acknowledgments, drafts, etc.

Courtney Oldmeadow Memorial Lecture, 1989: drafts and final copy of lecture delivered to Friends of Dromkeen.

Drafts of poems:

‘Under Elevens’; ‘Wound and Dressing’;  ‘Refrain; Remembering Charles Buckmaster’; ‘The Constant Factor’; ‘The Farm Boy’s Dog’; ‘Chernoybl and Other Accidents’; ‘On Fine Mornings; At the Boomgates’

 

Folder 49        
Shall we Tell our Parents?: 1st draft and carbon 2nd draft of children’s novel to be published by Houghton Mifflin, 1990.

A House for Wombats, Jane Burrell and Michael Dugan: typescript, sample drawings (copies) and correspondence.

Wombats Don’t Have Christmas, Michael Dugan and Jane Burrell: typescripts and correspondence.

 

 

Folder 50        
Correspondence and successful application by Michael Dugan for honour under Award of Australia for Joyce Oldmeadow (founder of Dromkeen Children’s Literature Foundation).

Leaving Home: How to Make That First Move and Survive, Michael Dugan; cartoons by Simon Kneebone: final manuscript with editor’s mark-up.

 

Folder 51        
Finding a Job: Strategies for Job-Seeking, Michael Dugan ; cartoons by Simon Kneebone: working drafts and correspondence with publisher.

 

Folder 52        
Correspondence related to consultancy with Penguin Books.

Drafts and typescripts of short published works: ‘Shadow Boxer’, story; ‘Writers and Income’; ‘TheBamboo Bogey’ story; An End to Multiculturalism; La Mama Poetry Workshop; Should Billy have Hanged.

 

Folder 53        
Correspondence with authors, illustrators, etc.

 

Folder 54        
Correspondence with publishers, etc.

The Worst Dream of All : and Other Funny Poems, Michael Dugan ; illustrations by Mark David: corrected marked-up manuscript.

 

Folder 55        
Shadow Play, Michael Dugan ... [et al.] correspondence between Michael Dugan and other authors and ABC Enterprises and other papers. 

Box 8

 

Folder 56        
Behind the News text by Michael Dugan ; photographs by Reimund Zunde, illustrations by Arthur Horner: book and wallchart, manuscript and drafts, galleys numbers 1 and 4.

 

Folder 57        
Behind the News text by Michael Dugan ; photographs by Reimund Zunde, illustrations by Arthur Horner: captions, illustrations, acknowledgments, blacklines for wallcharts.

 

Folder 58        
Behind the News text by Michael Dugan ; photographs by Reimund Zunde, illustrations by Arthur Horner: wallcharts to manuscripts and drafts.

 

Folder 59        
Behind the News text by Michael Dugan ; photographs by Reimund Zunde, illustrations by Arthur Horner: wallcharts to manuscripts and drafts.

 

Folder 60        
Ten Times Funny: 100 Hilarious Poems, compiled by Michael Dugan ; illustrated by Robert Roennfeldt: correspondence between compiler and individual authors, etc. 1989.

 

Folder 61        
Ten Times Funny: 100 Hilarious Poems, compiled by Michael Dugan ; illustrated by Robert Roennfeldt: part B, compiler’s typescript;acknowledgments and biographical notes.

 

Folder 62        
Overland: relevant correspondence, notes, etc. and The Overland Society (established following death of Stephen Murray-Smith, with Michael Dugan as Hon. Treasurer).

 

Folder 63        
The Wombats’ Party, Jane Burrell, Michael Dugan: drafts, manuscript and correspondence.

 

Folder 64        
Miscellaneous correspondence with publishers, journals, etc.

 

Box 9

 

Folder 65        
Miscellaneous correspondence with publishers, journals, etc.

 

Folder 66        
Miscellaneous correspondence with publishers, journals, etc.

 

Folder 67        
Drafts of short works:‘Jingle Jangle’ (included in Australian Theatre Workshop One Act Plays : Series One, No. 5); ‘A Helping Hand’ (included in Into the Future); Win Some Lose Some; The Elephant Who Came to Stay; ‘The Horacemobile’ (published in the Hijacked Bathtub); ‘Going Down and Coming Up’ (published as ‘Light at the End of a Nervous Breakdown’); ‘Fudge’ (included in Into the Future); ‘Reading Along at Dromkeen’ (published in Magpies); ‘Why I Left the Puffin Club’ (published in Puffinalia); ‘A Writers’ Week (published in Listening Base).Biographical material published in The New Writers’ Survival Guide, Dianne Bates.

 

Folder 68        
‘Jingle Jangle’: part B.

 

Folder 69        
Bathing Buster,Michael Dugan, Wendy Elks: drafts and final typescript.

 

Folder 70        
Should We Tell? Michael Dugan ; illustrated by Allen Hicks: drafts and final typescript.

 

Folder 71        
Should We Tell? Michael Dugan ; illustrated by Allen Hicks: drafts and final typescript.

Correspondence with Penguin Books.

 

 

Box 10

 

Folder 72      

Make it Fast: Stories, by Michael Dugan: manuscript and correspondence

 

Folder 73        
Make it Fast: Stories, by Michael Dugan: manuscript and correspondence.

 

Folder 74        
Shall we Tell our Parents?: typescript with manuscript rewriting of Should We Tell.

Royalty statements, 1988-1990.

 

Folder 75        
Royalty statements, 1982-1989

 

Folder 76        
Royalty statements, 1981-1988.

 

Folder 77        
Royalty statements, 1981-1988.

 

Folder 78        
Royalty statements, 1982-1983, 1989-1990.

 

Folder 79        
Copyrights fees; correspondence, 1969-1989.

             

 

Box 11

 

Folder 80        
Copyright fees: correspondence, 1983-1989.

 

Folder 81        
Correspondence, copyright permissions.

 

Folder 82        
The Convict Era, by Michael Dugan (series: How They Lived): typescript and notes.

Between the Wars, by Michael Dugan (series: How They Lived): typescript

and notes.

 

Folder 83        
The Goldrush Era, by Michael Dugan: typescript and notes.

The Two World Wars, by Michael Dugan (series: How They Lived): typescript and notes.

 

Folder 84        
The Two World Wars, by Michael Dugan (series: How They Lived): typescript (p. 7-33).
The Settlers, by Michael Dugan (series: How They Lived): manuscript typewritten and handwritten , notes and correspondence to Julie, 29/11/1990.

How They Lived: list for proposed series of 8 titles (typewritten).

 

Folder 85        
The Post-war boom, by Michael Dugan (series: How They Lived): typescript and notes.

Before the Whites, by Michael Dugan (series: How They Lived): typescript and notes.

 

Folder 86        
Before the Whites, by Michael Dugan (series: How They Lived): typescript (original and photocopied) notes and correspondence.

After the Gold Rush  by Michael Dugan (series: How They Lived): manuscript, typewritten and handwritten with annotations and correspondence.

Change, Challenge and Commitment: Australia’s Next 50 Years (published as: Furious Agreement, edited by Michael Dugan. Ringwood, Vic.: Penguin in association with the Australian Institute of Management, 1991.

Cover subtitle: Forty prominent Australians focus on the next fifty years), edited by Michael Dugan: manuscript, typewritten and handwritten, with handwritten annotations, correspondence.

 

Folder 87        
Part 1:  Change, Challenge and Commitment: Australia’s Next 50 Years, edited by Michael Dugan: correspondence to and from individuals mentioned in the book and their biographical details, typewritten and handwritten

 

Box 12

 

Folder 88        
Part 2:  Change, Challenge and Commitment: Australia’s Next 50 Years, edited by Michael Dugan: correspondence to and from individuals mentioned in the book and their biographical details, typewritten and handwritten.

 

Folder 89        
Part 3  :  Change, Challenge and Commitment: Australia’s Next 50 Years, edited by Michael Dugan: correspondence to and from individuals mentioned in the book and their biographical details, typewritten and handwritten

 

Folder 90        
Part 4  :  Change, Challenge and Commitment: Australia’s Next 50 Years, edited by Michael Dugan: correspondence to and from individuals mentioned in the book and their biographical details, typewritten and handwritten, originals and photocopies.

 

 

Folder 91        

Part 5  :  Change, Challenge and Commitment: Australia’s Next 50 Years, edited by Michael Dugan: correspondence to and from individuals mentioned in the book and their biographical details, typewritten and handwritten.

 

Folder 92        

Part 6  :  Change, Challenge and Commitment: Australia’s Next 50 Years, edited by Michael Dugan: correspondence to and from individuals mentioned in the book and their biographical details, typewritten and handwritten, originals and photocopies.

 

Folder 93
Part 7  :  Change, Challenge and Commitment: Australia’s Next 50 Years, edited by Michael Dugan: correspondence to and from individuals mentioned in the book, typewritten and handwritten.25 Poems, by Michael Dugan (published as: Twenty-five poems, Clayton, Vic. : English Department, Monash University : 1991 (Medal poets series, no. 9)): manuscript, typewritten original and photocopies with handwritten ink annotations.

 

Folder 94        
Correspondence re. a proposed collection in honour of A.A. Phillips.

Correspondence re. a collection of 25 poems for Medal Poets series, typewritten and handwritten.

Should We Tell?: manuscript revisions master, photocopy, typewritten and handwritten, with handwritten annotations.

 

Folder 95        
Correspondence re The Dromkeen Medal, for 1990: typewritten and handwritten

The Visitors, Michael Dugan ; illustrated by Stephen Pascoe, (series: Exploring Australia): manuscript draft typewritten, original and photocopy, handwritten ink annotations and correspondence to Julia.

 

Box 13

 

Folder 96      

The Inland Deserts, Michael Dugan ; illustrated by Stephen Pascoe.(series: Exploring Australia): manuscript draft, typewritten with handwritten ink annotations.

Photocopy biography for Sir Augustus Charles Gregory.

Homeland Australia, Michael Dugan, (series: Spectrum : The HBJ literacy resources. Violet): correspondence to and from Michael Dugan and Harcourt Brace Jovanovich Group; miscellaneous sections of the book typewritten and handwritten with annotations.

 

Folder 97        
Homeland Australia, Michael Dugan, (series: Spectrum : The HBJ literacy resources. Violet): manuscript draft, pages 1-28, typewritten with handwritten ink annotations.

Time and Change : Exploring New Australian Poetry, selected by Michael Dugan and Andrew Southall, additional selection and teaching notes by Rob Lewers: correspondence, typewritten and handwritten.

Miscellaneous literary correspondence, typewritten and handwritten.

 

Folder 98        
Miscellaneous correspondence, 1990, typewritten and handwritten.

 

Folder 99        
Miscellaneous correspondence, 1987-1992, typewritten and handwritten.

 

Folder 100      
Miscellaneous correspondence, 1987-1990, typewritten and handwritten.

 

Folder 101      
Cricket, by Frank Tyson: draft, photocopied and sent to Michael Dugan for editing.

Puffin Sports Book - author’s guidelines, typewritten.

Correspondence to various authors.

Monster Dreams, Michael Dugan; illustrated by Jane Burrell: rough drafts and revised texts, typewritten original and photocopies and handwritten with relevant correspondence Australia and correspondence

 

Folder 102      
Don Charlwood: biographical notes, original and photocopies; nomination for an award in the Order of Australia and relevant correspondence.

That Noise, Michael Dugan ; illustrated by Bettina Guthridge.(series: Connections): manuscript draft, typewritten and handwritten and correspondence.

Shadow Play, Michael Dugan ...{et al.}: manuscript, handwritten with ink annotations.

’Australia and Region’, Michael Dugan: manuscript, typewritten photocopy – published as Shadow Play.

 

Folder 103.     
Make it Fast: Stories, by Michael Dugan: manuscripts for individual sections:

The Uninvited Guests: A - 2 copies, 1 handwritten, 1 typewritten photocopy with ink and pencil annotations.

’Omnibus’: handwritten.

Make it Fast: B - typewritten photocopy with ink and pencil annotations, pages 1-4 (10-13 of finished book).

The Gang: C - typewritten photocopy with ink and pencil annotations.

All Wrapped Up: D- typewritten photocopy with red and blue ink and pencil annotations.

The Horacemobile: E- typewritten with ink annotations.

Ghost Trick: F- typewritten photocopy with ink annotations.

Shopping Song: G- typewritten photocopy with ink and pencil annotations.

Fudge: H- typewritten photocopy with ink and pencil annotations.

Recipe for Success: J - typewritten photocopy with pencil and ink annotations.

The Boat: K - typewritten photocopy with ink and pencil annotations.

My Football Career: L- typewritten photocopy with ink and pencil annotations.

Explaining Trist; M- 3 copies, 1 typewritten, 1 handwritten with annotations,

One typewritten photocopy with ink and pencil annotations.

Bamboo Bogey: N - typewritten photocopy with ink and pencil annotations.

A Helping Hand: O- typewritten photocopy with ink and pencil annotations.

  

 

Box 14

 

Folder 104      
Make it Fast: Stories, by Michael Dugan: manuscripts for individual sections continued:Preliminary pages: typewritten photocopy with handwritten annotations.

‘The Voice’, by Michael Dugan (short story): manuscript, typewritten photocopy with handwritten annotations.

Untitled - first line: ‘It was not long before Christmas.  I was in a secondary: manuscript, 2 copies, 1 handwritten with annotations, 1 typewritten.

‘The Grit of Life’, by Michael Dugan (short story): manuscript, typewritten.

‘Festival’, by Michael Dugan (short story): manuscript, 2 copies, 1 typewritten,

One handwritten with ink and pencil annotations.

’A Station on Track : 3 CCC The First Ten Years 3 CCC Community Radio’,

Phillip Edmonds (essay): manuscript, handwritten

’Birth of the Baby Boomers (essay): manuscript, handwritten.

’ Untitled - first line: ‘Roger, aged seven, and no longer the youngest of:

manuscript, handwritten.

’Jingle Jangle, Michael Dugan (one act play): manuscripts, 1 typewritten with

blue ink annotations, 1 typewritten with red ink annotations and

correspondence from Heinemann Educational Australia.

’25 Poems’ published as Twenty-Five Poems, Michael Dugan: manuscript,

typewritten, typewritten photocopy and handwritten with ink annotations.

’Toby Riot’, by Michael Dugan (short story published in Bittersweet, edited by

Toss Gascoigne): manuscript, handwritten with ink annotations.

 

 

Folder 105      
‘Toby Riot’, by Michael Dugan (short story published in Bittersweet, edited byToss Gascoigne): manuscript, 3 copies, 1 typewritten, 1 typewritten photocopy with handwritten annotations, 1 carbon copy and correspondence to and from Penguin Books Australia.

Series: Exploring the North: individual manuscripts, notes and biographical details, handwritten with ink annotations:

The North, Michael Dugan ; illustrated by Stephen Pascoe.

The Inland Deserts, by Michael Dugan ; illustrated by Stephen Pascoe.

The West, by Michael Dugan ; illustrated by Stephen Pascoe.

 

Folder 106      
Series: Exploring the North: individual manuscripts, notes and biographical details, handwritten with ink annotations:

The West, by Michael Dugan ; illustrated by Stephen Pascoe.

The North, Michael Dugan ; illustrated by Stephen Pascoe.

‘Coastal’.

The South-east, by Michael Dugan ; illustrated by Stephen Pascoe.

The Visitors, by Michael Dugan ; illustrated by Stephen Pascoe.

‘Coastal’, by Michael Dugan.

 

Folder 107      
Correspondence to and from publishers for submitted and/or accepted publications.

 

Folder 108
Correspondence to and from publishers for submitted and/or accepted publications.

 

Folder 109
Handwritten manuscript of teenage novel by Michael Dugan.

 

Folder 110
Later typed draft of Just Came Along for the Ride

 

Folder 111
Working draft of Just Came Along for the Ride

 

Folder 112
4 account books: 1983/1984, 1984/1985, 1985/1986, 1986/1987; invoice book

 

Box 15

 

Folder 113
Correspondence and cards 1977-1992.

Folder 114
Correspondence

 

Folder 115
Handwritten manuscript of Daisy Drew an Elephant, picture story book by MD to be published by Moondrake 1994

 

Folder 116
Outdated contracts, permission requests

 

Folder 117
Correspondence with publishers

 

Folder 118
Public lending right records

 

Folder 119
Don’t Forget Granny picture storybook Macmillan 1991, manuscript, drafts, correspondence

 

Folder 120
Typescript and manuscript draft for article ‘Charles Buckmaster: A Memoir’ Overland 119 (Winter 1990). Includes correspondence with Buckmaster and others, manuscript and typescript poems of Buckmaster.

 

Folder 121
Correspondence with publishers 1988-1995

 

Box 16

 

Folder 122
Correspondence 1995-1995

 

Folder 123
Manuscript anthology The Fire Curse and Other Stories edited by Michael Dugan (Macmillan 1994) (Level 8, 10 year olds)

 

Folder 124
Manuscript of anthology Don’t Tell Lucy and other stories of magic and mystery edited by Michael Dugan (Macmillan 1994) (level 7, 9 year olds)

 

Folder 125
Manuscript of anthology Hopping Mad and other stories edited by Michael Dugan (Macmillan 1994); The King who Gobbled His Dinner and other stories compiled by Michael Dugan (level 6, 8 year olds)

 

Folder 126
Manuscript of anthology Hopping Mad and other stories (Macmillan 1994)

 

Folder 127
English language version of Letters from Felix adapted from the German by Michael Dugan et al (Moondrake 1994)

 

Folder 128
Manuscript of anthology Away From Home edited by Michael Dugan (Macmillan 1994)

 

Folder 129
Manuscript of When I go to Hospital (Moondrake 1994)

 

Folder 130
Correspondence with Ivan Randall

 

Folder 131
Articles, reviews, correspondence

 

Box 17

 

Folder 132
Professional correspondence with publishers, editors of literary magazines etc 1979-1995

 

Folder 133
Royalty statements

 

Folder 134
Correspondence etc re Time and Change poetry anthology edited by Michael Dugan and Andrew Southhall, Heinmann 1981.

 

Folder 135
Correspondence, mainly with ABC, 1975-1989

 

Folder 136
Contracts and permissions requests

 

Folder 137
Correspondence with readers (letters from children)