Series 619 - Professor DA Low correspondence

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Professor DA Low correspondence


  • 1930s - 2011 (Creation)

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2.2 m (11 type 1 boxes)

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(1927 - 2015)

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Donald Anthony Low was Vice-Chancellor at the Australian National University from 1975-1982. Prior to his role as Vice-Chancellor, Low was Director, Research School of Pacific Studies at the ANU, 1973–1974.

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This series is not processed yet but contains both official and personal correspondence, addresses, articles and other material from the 1930s onwards including material relating to Haileybury School, Oxford University, Makerere University College in Uganda, the University of Sussex, the Australian National University, and the University of Cambridge. The material is organised in rough chronological order with the first box covering 1930s to 1960s, the second 1959-1970, the third 1965-1975, the fourth the 1980s, the fifth 1982-1991, the sixth 1991-1994, the seventh 1992-1996, the eighth 1997-2000 and the ninth 2001-2011. Box 10 contains offprints of articles and reviews of publications and box 11 contains a manuscript for 'Kingdoms on the Equator 1862 - 1902'.


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Prepared by Maggie Shapley 10 May 2016.




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