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James Conner collection

  • AU ANUA 636
  • Series
  • 2003 - 2014

PART 1. Data in Digital Form

  • A. Research Trips Diary (47 pages typed A4)
  • B. Transcribed interviews (57 interviews, 181 pps A4)
  • C.1 35 mm Slide Index. Of 10 countries, 77 pps of typed indexes covering 3005 slides
  • C.2. I page summary of Slide indexes
  • D.1. Digital Index. Of 10 countries, 51 pps of typed indexes covering 1966 digital images
  • D.2. 1 Page summary of digital images
  • E. Digital images in 9 countries
    1.2 Fiji Digital Images

PART 2. Data in 35 mm slide form

  • 2.1 Slide Folders: Approximately 3,005 slides arranged in 10 countries.

Conner, James Rex

Edward Freeman correspondence, diaries and images created as a medical missionary at the Paton Memorial Hospital, New Hebrides

  • AU ANUA 602
  • Series
  • 1965 - 1976

Dr Edward (Ted) Freeman OAM served with his wife, Dorothy, as a medical missionary under the Presbyterian Board of Missions in the New Hebrides from 1963 - 1970. During this time he worked as a medical superintendent at the Paton Memorial Hospital, under difficult situations. He established a blood bank, updated anaesthetic procedures, taught family planning and supervised the training of many local and expatriate doctors and nurses while working in the New Hebrides. Collection includes correspondence, diaries, printed memorabilia, menus from the Compagnie des Messageries Maritimes, slides of the New Hebrides taken between 1963 - 1970 and slides of Papua New Guinea (Port Moresby) taken in 1963.

Freeman, Edward (Ted)

Friends of the ANU Classics Museum records

  • AU ANUA 715
  • Series
  • 1985 - 2019

This series consists of minutes of annual general meetings, notices of lectures and events including the 50th anniversary of the ANU Classics Museum in 2012, fundraising notices, membership lists, and Presidents’ reports.

Friends of the ANU Classics Museum

Papers of Mick Dodson

  • AU ANUA 703
  • Series
  • 1970 - 2017

Not processed. Includes correspondence, reports, speech notes, conference material, publications and other papers relating to various aspects of Professor Dodson's career including his roles as Director of the National Centre for Indigenous Studies at the Australian National University (ANU) and Professor of Law at the ANU College of Law. There are also papers relating to Reconciliation Australia, the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS), the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indenous Issues.

Dodson, Michael

Slides of Papua New Guinea & Nauru

  • AU ANUA 293
  • Series
  • 1962-1963, 1967
  1. The first group of slides – Pari, Eastern Highlands New Guinea (slides ANUA 293-1 1-51); Kaparoka (slides ANUA 293-2 1-30); marriage in the Sinnga Valley, Eastern Highlands, New Guinea (slides ANUA 293-3 1-32) relate to the publication published by the South Pacific Commission - 'Studies of Dietary Intake and the Expenditure of Energy by New Guineans. Technical Paper No. 147' by Eben H Hipsley and Nancy E Kirk (Hitchcock), 1962. These slides are a record of food selection and preparation in Papua New Guinea during this time period.
  2. The second group of slides - Rabia Camp - A Port Moresby migrant community (slides ANUA 293-4 1-20) relate to the publication in the New Guinea Research Unit Bulletin, No. 14 - 'Rabia Camp: A Port Moresby Migrant Settlement' by Nancy E Hitchcock and N D Oram, 1967. These slides are a record of the people and their living conditions in a migrant camp in Port Moresby.
  3. Slides of Nauru and Ocean Island/Banaba (slides ANUA 293-5 1-31) relate to the report 'Dietary Survey of the UN Trust Territory Nauru' by Nancy E Kirk, 1957. These slides are a record of the people, their living conditions and the landscape on Nauru and Ocean Island/Banaba.

Hitchcock, Nancy Eva

Manuscript of an autobiography written by Des Pike, Crumbs from Memory's Table

  • AU ANUA 623
  • Series
  • 2016 - 2018

Volume 1 of his autobiography from the 1940s - 1960s includes: Early memories; Mount Barker 1940 - 1945; Melbourne 1946 - 1955; Melbourne The Australian School of Pacific Administration (ASOPA) 1956; Port Moresby 1956; Manus 1956 - 57; Australian School of Pacific Administration Long Course 1958; Milne Bay District 1959 - 1964.
Volume 2 of his autobiography covers the period from 1964 to his departure from Papua New Guinea in 1978

Pike, G D (Des)

Petrographic reports

  • AU ANUA 613
  • Series
  • 2016

Petrographic reports prepared as part of Dickinson's collaborative investigations with archaeologists working in the South Pacific.

Dickinson, William R (Bill)

Images of Banaba (Ocean Island) series 2

  • AU ANUA 297
  • Series
  • 1960 - 1974

Photographs compiled in an album on Banaba (Ocean Island) and Nauru including Island workers, company buildings and work areas, church and family photographs.

Edwards, Jack

Images of Banaba (Ocean Island)

  • AU ANUA 296
  • Series
  • 1960 - 1975

Images are of Banaba (Ocean Island) in the Pacific near Kiribati. They show island scenes and views of the phosphate mining that occurred on Banaba.

Hardman, Lillian

Triennial submissions to the Australian Universities Commission

  • AU ANUA 35
  • Series
  • 1962 - 1986

The submissions by the ANU to the Australian Universities Commission, later the Commonwealth Tertiary Education Commission, for funding relate to the trienniums 1964-66, 1967-69, 1970-72, 1976-78 and 1988-90.

Council

Draft minutes of Council and its Committees

  • AU ANUA 34
  • Series
  • 1953 - 1977

These volumes contain rough handwritten minutes of Council and the Standing Committee, the Board of Graduate Studies, the Advisers on Legislation, the Professorial Board, and various other committees of Council. From 1953 to October 1962 these were recorded chronologically in the same run of minute books, then a separate run was used for 'miscellaneous' committees (items 20-22). The minutes are in note form and often indicate what was said by particular members. There is usually an index at the front of the volume.

Council

Canberra University College file register

  • AU ANUA 33
  • Series

The register records file numbers and titles for CUC files (ANUA 42), most of which were subsequently top-numbered or destroyed. There are two versions of the register: 1. Black springback binder: this is a working copy, heavily annotated with many handwritten entries, 2. Cardboard folder: this is a clean copy with all the file titles typed and has a cover sheet: 'Australian National University: School of General Studies: File Index'. Both versions are divided into primary headings from 1. Accounts to 17. Miscellaneous. The primary heading number (eg 2. Buildings and equipment) appears not to have been used as part of the file number, instead the secondary numbers (which appear randomly allocated) and a running number are used to identify files. For example, the first file listed under Buildings and equipment is 9/1. The file register allocates numbers from 8/1 through to 124/2 though not in order which may indicate that there was an earlier file register where the secondary numbers were allocated as required and this register was created to bring similar file titles together. Many file titles are crossed out and a new file number allocated, while others are stamped 'inactive', noted as 'destroyed' or 'PA' (put away). There is a note in the front of volume 1 referring to file 14.1.0.17 (ANUA 53) for the disposal and retention of files.

File register

  • AU ANUA 32
  • Series
  • 1946 - 1951

The register records file numbers and titles for early files in ANUA 18, most of which were subsequently top-numbered or destroyed. There are two volumes: 1. maroon springback binder: 101/1/1 to 120/6/2 and 2. Black springback binder (replaced by archival folder): 121/1/1 to 163/3/1. A note in the front of the volume explains the abbreviations used: A=consigned to Archives, D=destroyed, *=pruned of worthless material or combined file, though some files are marked both A and D. Many entries are crossed out and noted as 'Cancelled' with a new four-part number given.

Office of the Registrar

'Basic Papers', reviews and reports

  • AU ANUA 31
  • Series
  • 1946 - 1995

This is an artificial series of significant papers relating to the development of the University. There are binders of 'Basic Papers', Interim Council records and the 1948 Conference papers, as well as later reviews of the School of General Studies and other reviews and reports.

Office of the Registrar

Papers relating to the Lyttelton-Taylor Collection

  • AU ANUA 30
  • Series
  • 1970 - 1983

The papers relate to the acquisition, valuation, management, sale and return of the furniture, paintings, works of art and decorative objects collected by Kathleen Lyttelton-Taylor, including correspondence with curators, comments by experts, lists of objects and some photographs of objects.

University Art Collection

Confidential papers of Hugh Ennor

  • AU ANUA 29
  • Series
  • 1965 - 1966

There is one folder of papers including drafts of Ennor's paper 'The Development of the Institute of Advanced Studies' and papers relating to a second directorship in the Research School of Physical Sciences and the policy on professorships in the Institute of Advanced Studies.

Ennor, Arnold Hughes

Minutes of the Board of Graduate Studies

  • AU ANUA 26
  • Series
  • 1950 - 1960

The original signed minutes are bound in three volumes and extend from 4 December 1950 to the last meeting on 23 September 1960. At the end of the third volume there are also minutes of the Board of the Institute of Advanced Studies from 28 October to 2 December 1960. There is a duplicate set of minutes in box 2 for issue to the reading room.

Board of Graduate Studies

Papers on the establishment of an international observatory

  • AU ANUA 25
  • Series
  • 1959 - 1967

This series consists of six parts of a confidential file number 61/9 created by the Prime Minister's Department and from 1967 the Department of Education and Science. The file includes correspondence, cablegrams, briefings and reports on the proposed international observatory 'in the Southern Hemisphere'. By part 5 of the file the title is '150" telescope in Australia' and refers to the Siding Spring telescope.

Department of Education and Science

Index cards documenting research on early ANU history by Milton J Lewis

  • AU ANUA 24
  • Series
  • 1972

The index cards were prepared by Lewis during his research for a Master of Arts thesis on the early history of the Canberra University College and the Australian National University. There is a list of material he consulted at the Commonwealth Archives Office (now the National Archives) at the front of the first box which also indicates the original order in which the cards were maintained.

Lewis, Milton James

ANU Matriculation Committee minutes, agenda papers and reports

  • AU ANUA 23
  • Series
  • 1970 - 2000

The black binders contain copies of the agenda, minutes and agenda papers of the Matriculation Committee. At early meetings it was referred to as the Matriculation Board of the Board of Studies and from its 22 September 1970 meeting as the Admissions Committee. From the 1990s agenda papers were held in box files and have been placed in archival folders. There is one folder of Admissions Committee reports 1979-1998 to the Board of the School of General Studies, later the Board of The Faculties.

Admissions Committee

ANU Women's Studies Program audiovisual material and photographs

  • AU ANUA 22
  • Series
  • 1976 - 1982

The series includes cassette tapes of seminars and lectures, reel-to-reel tapes, reels of film, slides and photographs of staff, students and events.The photographs and slides have been placed in an archival album.

Women's Studies Program, Faculty of Arts

David Dexter Papers

  • AU ANUA 21
  • Series
  • 1947 - 1992

Some records relate to the Australian Universities Commission, including reports of visits to other universities and minutes 1959-1967. Most relate to the ANU campus, including submissions to the Australian Universities Commission, reports on site planning and development proposals, taffic and parking studies, and files relating to the preparation and publication of a 1991 history of the ANU campus.

Dexter, David St Alban

Reminiscences on audio tape about Canberra University College

  • AU ANUA 20
  • Series
  • 1988 - 1997

The cassette tapes record Tom Owen reminiscing about his time as Registrar of Canberra University College. There are also copies of recordings of events such as the laying of the foundation stone for the Haydon-Allen building, and the opening of the RG Menzies Building and the Chemistry building, and tapes relating to his early life, the Richmond Hoyts Cinema, and oral histories recorded in the 1990s. Some tapes are annotated with file references 14.1.0.83-14.1.0.92 (ANUA 53).

Owen, Thomas Miles

Australian National University staff files

  • AU ANUA 19
  • Series
  • 1946 -

The staff files record staff appointments, promotion, travel, conditions of service and resignation/retirement. Only files of senior academic and administrative staff are retained. Files of Chancellors and Creative Arts Fellows are also included. It is an artificial series bringing together staff files from an earlier single number series, the multiple number Central Files (ANUA 53) and the annual single number Central Files (ANUA 239). An alphabetical list by surname indicates the box in which the file is located. File suffixes include A=Annex and C=Confidential.

Office of the Registrar

Official ANU correspondence files

  • AU ANUA 18
  • Series
  • 1946 – 1951

This is the earliest ANU series of official ANU correspondence files. The extant files include the correspondence of Vice-Chancellor Douglas Copland, papers of the Interim Council and Academic Advisory Committee, files about the Easter Conference in 1948 and about individual visitors and staff.

Office of the Registrar

Sir Jack Crawford papers, photographs and awards

  • AU ANUA 17
  • Series
  • 1922 - 1986

The papers include addresses made by Crawford from 1933 to 1982, including the Buntine Oration in 1968 and the Sir Robert Garran Oration in 1969. There are medals, degrees and certificates presented to Crawford, and photographs, including albums relating to official overseas visits as Secretary of the Commonwealth Department of Trade and later as adviser to the World Bank. There are also publications relating to the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. Some material relates to Crawford's family including personal papers and photographs.

Crawford, John Grenfell

Aerial and non standard photographs of ANU

  • AU ANUA 16
  • Series
  • 1920 - 1980

The photographs are mostly of the Australian National University campus, including Mount Stromlo and Siding Spring. There are aerial photographs of the Acton site at different times, and photographs of events and portraits. Many are mounted on board for display purposes.

Office of the Registrar

ANU photographs (envelope series)

  • AU ANUA 15
  • Series
  • 1948 - 1974

The black and white photographs document the early development of the University: the Easter Conference of 1948, the laying of foundation stones in 1949, the opening of buildings, the conferring of degrees, and visits by dignatories. Throughout the 1950s and 1960s many staff and buildings were photographed as well as visitors, Creative Arts Fellows, exhibitions and other events. Most of the photographs were taken by the Commonwealth Department of Information, then the Commonwealth News and Information Bureau, and bear a number with a UN (University) prefix. The photographs were originally held in numbered manila envelopes and have now been placed in archival albums. Some envelopes were top-numbered into the later series, photographs of people and subjects (ANUA 225 and ANUA 226).

Office of the Registrar

Negatives and proof sheets of ANU

  • AU ANUA 14
  • Series
  • 1948 - 2002

The negatives of photographs from 1948 to 1969 are held in glassine bags with a similar-sized print (12 x 9 cm). From 1977, the negatives are held as strips in plastic sleeves, with proof sheets, in binders.

Office of the Registrar

Album of promotional photographs of the Australian National University

  • AU ANUA 13
  • Series
  • 1945 - 1950

There are four copies of the album: one appears to be a file copy as it includes a list of photograph numbers in the back. Another is annotated to say that it was used in the London Office 1949-1952 (approx.). It is likely that the albums were compiled to show prospective staff members the facilities available at the University and in Canberra, as there are photographs of buildings, homes, churches, schools and recreational facilities. The 41 black and white photographs were taken by the Commonwealth Department of Information and are endorsed with a single number with L prefix so are closely related to a National Archives' series of photographs (CRS A1200).

Office of the Registrar

Albums of photographs of the ANU campus

  • AU ANUA 12
  • Series
  • 1948-1961

There are four albums of black and white photographs, and additional album pages of photographs in 11 folders, starting with the 1948 Easter Conference and showing the construction of early buildings on campus (such as University House, the Physics building, and the Menzies Library) and residential housing.

Office of the Registrar

Florey Memorial Fund papers

  • AU ANUA 3
  • Series
  • 1968 - 1970

There are minutes and correspondence for both the national and ACT committees of the Florey Memorial Fund which was administered in conjunction with the Royal Society in London. The last item is a box of unsorted receipts and letters which accompanied donations.

Florey Memorial Fund Committee

Florey exhibition material

  • AU ANUA 11
  • Series
  • 1969-1985

This material was collected together by Dr MRC Banyard primarily for the establishment of an exhibition to commemorate the work of Sir Howard Florey in the foundation of the John Curtin School of Medical Research. There are placards used in an earlier exhibition held in Oxford on the development of antibiotics, a tissue perfusion chamber, photographs of Florey, images which appeared in the exhibition, photographs of the exhibition, and correspondence relating to the exhibition which was opened by Senator Susan Ryan, Commonwealth Minister for Education and Youth Affairs, in March 1984.

John Curtin School of Medical Research

Correspondence files of Mark Oliphant

  • AU ANUA 10
  • Series
  • 1949-1969

These correspondence files were maintained by Oliphant during the period he was head of the Department of Nuclear Physics and Director of the Research School of Physical Sciences, and deal with administrative matters, conferences, external organisations, projects and the Britannica Australia Awards. Some files have a multiple number with D prefix, but a single number has been imposed on all files.

Oliphant, Marcus Laurence Elwin

Financial ledger from the Office of the Registrar

  • AU ANUA 9
  • Series
  • 1950 - 1967

The volume contains a number of accounts which are not consecutive but continue at other locations in the volume:
Cash receipts, Feb 1950-Mar 1954, pp. 1-129
Cash statements, 1954-1955, pp. 129-133
Trust fund receipts, Mar 1951-Oct 1963, pp. 201-259
Trust fund receipts, Oct 1963-Jun 1967, pp. 166-200 (in reverse)
Trust fund receipts, Jul 1967, p. 159
Prize funds accounts, Jun 1963-Jun 1964, p. 260
Prize funds accounts, Jul 1964-Jun 1967, pp. 160-164
Trust fund payments, Jun 1952-Jun 1963, pp. 261-279
Trust fund payments, Jul 1963-Jun 1967, pp. 134-151

There is a register of receipt books for 1949-1953 inside the front cover.

Office of the Registrar

Arthur Birch papers

  • AU ANUA 6
  • Series
  • 1965-1994

These papers include published articles and papers prepared by Birch on Research School of Chemistry matters, as well as manuscripts for a history of the Research School and an autobiography 'Against the Stream'.

Birch, Arthur John

Papers of Quentin Gibson

  • AU ANUA 4
  • Series
  • 1945

The folders include teaching material and departmental papers relating to the Philosophy Department in the Canberra University College and from 1960, the School of General Studies in the Australian National University.

Gibson, Quentin Boyce

Joy London papers

  • AU ANUA 702
  • Series
  • 1874 - 1983

Correspondence and other papers relating to Kioloa, the Edith and Joy London Foundation and ANU; historical material, ledgers, journals, newspaper cuttings, printed material, transcripts of tape recordings, photographs, microfilm reels and slides.

London, Joy

Robin Gollan papers

  • AU ANUA 91
  • Series
  • 1960 - 1980

This is a very miscellaneous collection of papers attributed to Professor Bob Gollan, including material sent to him 'for the Archives' such as Alex Dowling's draft history of the trade union movement in Newcastle and a transcript of an oral history session at a departmental seminar on The Depression.

Gollan, Robin Allenby

Papers of Val Plumwood

  • AU ANUA 322
  • Series
  • 1970 - 2006

The records include teaching and course material from philosophy courses taught by Val at various Australian and overseas universities, particularly Macquarie University; draft papers; correspondence; conference material; notes; reports; newspaper clippings.

Plumwood, Val

John Eccles' correspondence files

  • AU ANUA 2
  • Series
  • 1952-1983

These correspondence files from the Physiology Department of the John Curtin School of Medical Research were originally maintained by Professor Eccles as head of the department 1952 to 1966 and then by his successor Professor Peter Bishop. They relate to staff and research students of the school, meetings and conferences of related scientific organisations and general administrative matters.

Eccles, John Carew

Editorial and administrative records of the Bicentennial History project

  • AU ANUA 1
  • Series
  • c. 1976-1988

This series has not been processed. Boxes received from Alan Atkinson (1-3), Bill Gammage (4), Ann Curthoys (5), Peter Spearritt (6-16), Stephen Foster (17-35, 37, 52-56), Ken Inglis (36), Allan Martin (38-48), Graeme Davison (49-50) and JW McCarty (51).

Bicentennial History Project, Research School of Social Sciences

Kevin Kerley's papers on the Bougainville conflict and peace process

  • AU ANUA 600
  • Series
  • Nov 1988 - 1997

Diaries and documents (government notices, private letters, newspaper clippings) maintained by Father Kerley during the Bougainville crisis from November 1988 until 1997. The material was collected by Father Kerley at the time or added to later. The hand written diaries (Roman Catholic calendars or diaries used for recording the sacraments - births, deaths and marriages in the rural parishes) are written by him in a kind of code to avoid scrutiny, as he held a position of trust between the waring factions - the Bougainville Revolutionary Army, the 'rascals', the Papua New Guinea Police and external military forces. He has spent many years since transcribing his coded diaries out in full and adding other documents to support his notes.

Kerley, Kevin

Photographs of Papua New Guinea

  • AU ANUA 704
  • Series
  • 1957 - 1965

Negatives, photographs, and contact sheets of areas in Papua New Guinea. Areas include: Western District, Nomad River, Great Papuan Plateau, Min of the Star Mountains, Southern Highlands District, Huri, and Nembi. The items are divided into 10 folders, dates if not provided) are 1963-1965, with folder 1: Kiunga to Nomad River, including a patrol post and airstrip; folder 2 and 3: Biami villages on the plateau (Nomad River); folder 4: Lavani Valley Muller Range, Burnett River and other locations on journey from Tari; folder 5: The Min of Olsobip and the mountains; folder 6: Seltamin of Strickland River and the mountains; folder 7: The Min of Olsobip and the mountains; folder 8: Olsobip, Telefomin, the Men of Olsobip and the mountains; folder 9: Huri, Southern Highlands 1957-1962; folder 10: Nembi, Southern Highlands, 1961.

Hoad, Robert A.

Suva House records

  • AU ANUA 701
  • Series

Unprocessed

Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies

Journal of Pacific History editorial files

  • AU ANUA 700
  • Series
  • 1959 - 2005

Files created by the Executive Editor of the Journal of Pacific History. Contains financial documents, correspondence, materials related to editing/proofing, printing, distribution and publicity for the journal and also some of the JPH monographs. Also includes some copies of minutes of meetings.

Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies

Papers of Andrée Rosenfeld

  • AU ANUA 690
  • Series
  • 1934 - 2008

Papers relating to excavations in New Ireland

Rosenfeld, Andrée Jeanne

Specht pre-doctoral research and related materials

  • AU ANUA 688
  • Series
  • 1965 - 1970

Items related to pre-doctoral research undertaken by Jim Specht at ANU, including correspondence, materials relating to the Department of Prehistory, materials relating to fieldwork including diaries, reports, data sheets, photographs, negatives, and slides.

Specht, James Richard

Papers of Don Gunn on the Fijian National Federation Party (NFP) Taukei Committee

  • AU ANUA 655
  • Series
  • 1970 - 1971

Papers relate to Fiji in the period following Fijian independence on 10 October 1970 and the Fijian trade union movement. Includes Minutes of the N.F.P. (National Federation Committee) Taukei, 1971 ; two photographs and issues of the Pacific Review, 22 December 1970 - 23 September 1971.

Allan Flinders Gow collection

  • AU ANUA 634
  • Series
  • 1927 - 1997

Personal records of Gow's life in Papua New Guinea including paper files, film (8mm, 9.5mm and 35mm), photographs and slides, transparencies, paintings and ephemera. Also includes family records. Description of film reels are based on frames at the beginning of each reel and not indicative of the entire content of the film.

Gow, Allan Flinders

Jeff Doring collection of documentary material on the Bedamini people of Papua New Guinea

  • AU ANUA 632
  • Series
  • 1970s

The collection was created by Jeff and Su Doring in c1972. The film (videocassette) 'Tidikawa and Friends' is a 50 minute documentary of the daily lives of the Bedamini speakers of PNG through the eyes of Tidikawa, a spirit medium who communicate with ancestral spirits. The film was awarded the AFI Gold Award for Best Documentary ; the Australian Cinematographic Society, Best Documentary ; and the Gold Award for Best Documentary in the 15th American Film Festival, 1973. The collection also includes seven large folders of 35mm colour and black and white negatives, together with contact prints; three small files of 5.5cm Panchromatic black and white negatives, and Kodak colour 5.5cm negatives ; plus some field notes on the Bendamini.

Doring, Jeff

Collection of miscellaneous issues of Pacific newsletters from Vanuatu, New Hebrides and the Solomon Islands

  • AU ANUA 631
  • Series
  • 1970s - 1990s

Small collection of miscellaneous issues of Pacific newsletters, including: 'Vanuaaku Pati Seli Hoo' (5 issues, 1993-94) ; 'Solomons News' (1 issue, 15 May 1986) ; 'Tam Tam' (1 issue, 4 January 1982) ; 'Vanuaaku Viewpoints' (5 issues, 1978 - 83) ; 'Nabanga' (New Hebrides), 4 issues 1979, including a 'Special elections' issue ; 'Vanua Scope' (3 issues 1993) ; 'Seli Hoo' (Vanuatu), 7 issues, 1977 - 80 ; and 'Corail' (New Caledonia) I dependence issue 31 July 1980. Includes two political posters from the New Hebrides ('Major Key Policies', 1979) and the North Solomons Province (Representative Assembly Election, List of Candidates, 14 November 1979).

University Library

University of Papua New Guinea household baseline surveys of rising expectations 1986

  • AU ANUA 622
  • Series
  • 1986

1 large box of field data sheets, with codes and reports from a UPNG survey conducted by four teams of students on Normandy and Fergusson Islands in 1986. The survey was undertaken to identify the monetary needs of householders to 'live well' and to establish baseline data for future comparison.

University of Papua New Guinea

Robert Mitton papers

  • AU ANUA 620
  • Series

This deposit has not been processed.

Mitton, Robert

Peter White archaeological research papers on Lake Kopiago, Papua New Guinea

  • AU ANUA 611
  • Series
  • 1964 - 2001

The collection includes papers, photographs, slides, negatives and contact prints relating to archaeological fieldwork in Papua New Guinea: in Lake Kopiago, Western Highlands District, Papua New Guinea (1967 and 1973) ; Kosipe, Central District (1964 and 1967) ; Irian-Jaya (May - June 1983) ; Brooker Island, Louisade Archipelago (1967) ; New Ireland (1969 - 1990) ; Balof 1 (1988) ; Balof 2 (1990) ; New Ireland (1988 - 1994) ; New Britain (2001).

White, J Peter

Reverend Harry T. Williams, Megalithic art structures found on Normandy Island, Papua.

  • AU ANUA 606
  • Series
  • c1940

Reverend Henry Williams was a Methodist Missionary on Normandy Island 1930 - 1945. In December 1940, during a pastoral and medical patrol to Sewa Bay, the inhabitants spoke of strange stones with unusual markings, which prompted Reverend Williams to record the site and conduct further research. The paper is in three parts, with varying contents including: Introduction ; The site of the stones ; General observations on the site ; The story of the stones ; A curious cave terminal ; The engravers and their tools ; Features in the designs ; The builders from whence? ; Primitive engravers. Includes text, maps, plates and hand-drawn illustrations.

Williams, Harry T

Minutes of meetings and related papers Wahgi Local Government Council, Papua New Guinea

  • AU ANUA 603
  • Series
  • 1962 - 1976

Nangamp [Nangamb] Native Local Government Council, Kerowil, minutes of meetings, Jan 1962-Feb 1965, in Pidgin;
Minj and Nangamp Local Government Councils, Kerowil, minutes of meetings, Apr-Aug 1965, in Pidgin;
Documents re amalgamation of Minj and Nangamp LGCs to form Wahgi LGC, 1965;
Wahgi Local Government Council, Kerowil, minutes of meetings, Jul 1966, Jul 1973-May 1976, in English;
Territory of Papua and New Guinea, Local Government Council Conference - Highlands Region, Mt. Hagen Council Chambers, 28-30 Mar 1967.
Wahgi Tuale Association, Aims and Policies; and other documents.

Wahgi Local Government Council, Papua New Guinea

Report on coastwatching activity on Bougainville Island 1941 - 1943

  • AU ANUA 601
  • Series
  • 1941 - 1943

Photocopy of original transcript, Parts I-XI and appendices A-L, includes detailed contents list, 148pp. Part 1 Introduction: Australian administration in the northern (mandated) Solomons on the outbreak of war with Japan ; Part 2: The evacuation of Kieta - Read takes over civil administration - The Japanese bomb Buka Passage and Kieta ; Part 3: The Japanese invasion ; Part 4: Awaiting allied offensive ; Part 5: American attack in Solomons ; Part 6: Victory in Guadalcanal ; Part 7: Suspension of coastwatching on Bougainville Island ; Part 8: Evacuation ; Part 9: Recommendations ; Part 10: Techniques of coastwatching ; Part 11: Miscellaneous

Read, William John (Jack)

Vic Faulkner's collection of Lae, Papua New Guinea community and local government papers

  • AU ANUA 598
  • Series
  • 1959 - 1974

The collection is the personal collection of Vic Faulkner who was a councillor on the Lae Town Council from the inaugural meeting in 1971 until 1974. The collection includes the Lae Town Council inaugural election political material for 1971 ; Lae Town Council, Standing Orders Committee - references and resources for 1971 ; Inaugural meeting, Lae Town Council, 1971 and Minutes (including some Executive Finance Minutes) from April 1971 - 7 August 1974 ; the 15th and 17th Morobe District Councils Conferences, Lae ; Minutes of the Lae Chamber of Commerce, 26 January - 9 February 1971 ; Establishment of Area Authority - Morobe District Area (Province), 21 December 1972 - 13 December 1972.

Joanne Wodak collection of Ombisusu stories (folklore) from Papua New Guinea

  • AU ANUA 597
  • Series
  • 1968 - 1970

Ombisusu stories is a collection folk stories gathered through oral history and research conducted by Joanne Wodak in mid 1969 while a tutor in literature at the University of Papua New Guinea from 1968 - 1970. The collection consists of stories by inhabitants of Ombisusu that were mostly translated into English, some left in the original language and written down or typed by the researcher after recording them on tape. The aim of collecting stories was to keep them for the benefit of the children of Ombisusu villagers and for people in Papua New Guinea. The collection contains stories on history, origins and clans.

Wodak, Joanne

Tok Pisin publications on the New Guinean dialect of English

  • AU ANUA 587
  • Series
  • 1955 - 1973

Eighty five publications by various Tok Pisin authors. Includes publications on agriculture, health, education and literacy, government, religious texts, children’s books, grammars and phrase books, etc. Also some publications in local indigenous languages (Tok Ples) such as Fore and Atzera, some English publications concerning Tok Pisin, and one short typescript manuscript in Tok Pisin on an account of a first time visit to Port Moresby.

Balint, Andras

Papers of Gordon Thomas

  • AU ANUA 584
  • Series
  • 1910s - 2004

This collection of documents and images relating to Gordon Thomas's time in Rabaul, Papua New Guinea includes correspondence with the Department of External Territories regarding persons lost on the Montevideo Maru and proclamations from the Chief of the Japanese Army during the Japanese occuptaion of Rabaul. Photographs from the 1910s and 1930s are of people and places in German New Guinea.

Thomas, Edward Llewellyn Gordon

Mervyn Meggitt's Enga (Papua New Guinea) field materials

  • AU ANUA 581
  • Series
  • c1960

There are two sets of material ( 2 items) in the collection including:
(i) a ringbinder primarily containing a set of genealogical diagrams, and,
(ii) a set of worksheets primarily containing survey plots of garden land use and ownership

There is little or no descriptive documentation attached to either set of records. As far as is known, Meggitt never published the results of this land survey.
The garden land use and ownership survey was conducted in July-September 1960, with tabulation in 1961 (Meggitt 1978: 109-109, and monthly dating on the worksheets).
The survey covers gardens of the Kara clan (at least, and possibly others) at Sari, a location near Wabag, in what was then called the Upper Lai Census Division 12, Enga Province. The genealogical data also appears to be mainly of members of the Kara clan, and was collected and added to between the 1950s and c.1987.
Sari was Meggitt’s main field site between at least 1955 and the 1980s (Meggitt 1957: 161, and personal communication with P Wohlt, who visited Meggitt there in the 1980s-, and T Hays.

NB. These materials, as far as it known, are the only surviving raw field data from Meggitt’s Enga studies, as he destroyed the other materials before his death.

Meggitt, M J, 1957. “House building among the Mae Enga, Western Highlands, Territory of New Guinea”. Oceania, 27(3), 161-176.

Meggitt, M J, 1978. “Reflections occasioned by continuing anthropological field research among the Enga of Papua New Guinea”. In: Foster, G M. Scudder, T., Colson, E., and Kemper, R.V. ed. Long-term field research in social anthropology. New York, Academic Press, 107-125.

Gilbert Herdt Sambian archive

  • AU ANUA 582
  • Series

Consisting of 1 box of administrative documents on the six boxes of film rushes on the 'Sambia' People (a pseudonym created by Herdt) of Papua New Guinea.

Herdt, Gilbert

Personal papers of George Whittaker

  • AU ANUA 567
  • Series

Notes, newspaper articles, personal correspondence, letters by Whittaker, diaries, photographs, letters and documents in relation to his business as an optometrist in Papua New Guinea, documents relating to Awilunga Plantation Limited, legal and financial records.

Whittaker, George

John Duffield's Papua New Guinea manuscript collection

  • AU ANUA 564
  • Series
  • 1962 - 1976

The collection covers the period 1962 to 1976, when John Duffield was a Patrol Officer, Political Education Officer and District Government Liaison Officer with the Australian Public Service in Papua New Guinea. Included are Field Officer Journals from 1972 to 1976; several Patrol Reports and a very large collection of letters, circulars, reports, telegrams, ephemera, patrol instructions and comments on patrol reports; declarations of Local Government Council elections; as well as many personal records including his appointment as a Local Government advisor; an acceptance letter to ASOPA (the Australian School of Pacific Studies); his appointment letter as a Cadet Patrol Officer and appointment as a Magistrate for Native Matters. There are copies of the 'Black and White Magazine' and posters and ephemera relating to self-government and Independence. Rare publications include: the Western Highlands District Agricultural Society Mount Hagen Show Handbook for the Fourth District Show, dated 1967; Recipe book - 'Entertaining in Papua and New Guinea', published by the Boroko Branch of the Country Women's Association, 2nd Edition, 1968; and the Third South Pacific Games Souvenir Cookery Book, c.1969.

Of particular significance are booklets produced for the Independence celebrations in Port Moresby in 1975, including booklets on the 'State Welcome & Flag Lowering', 'Sport & Culture', 'Royal Tour', 'Guriguri Hebou', 'Bikpela Lotu, 'Flag Raising', 'Installation & Constitutional Ceremonies', 'State opening of the First National Parliament', 16 September 1975, 'Official Programme'.

The collection includes one album of photographs covering the period.

Duffield, John

David Henry Lewis papers on Pacific navigation

  • AU ANUA 563
  • Series

Collection includes field notes, newspaper clippings, research reports, photographs and maps:
Items 26 - 31: Field notebooks - Simpson Desert, Papunya, Indonesia.
Items 4 - 11: Map of the 1977-1978 voyage to Antartica in the 'Solo', including several photographs and newspaper clippings.
Items 1, 14, 17, 20: Details about the navigational techniques used by the Prahu Captains of Indonesia.
Item 21: Draft article on the Prahu Captains for 'Playboy'.
Items 22 - 24: Route-finding techniques of Aboriginal people in the Western Desert of Australia.

Lewis, David Henry

Frank Ryan's Papua New Guinea slide collection

  • AU ANUA 561
  • Series
  • 1956 - 1970

The series consists of 395 images of people, families, villages, social life and customs as well as images taken in the course of Frank Ryan's work as a District Agricultural Officer.

Ryan, Francis Xavier

John Gordon-Kirkby Papua New Guinea Field Officer's Journals

  • AU ANUA 559
  • Series
  • 1964 - 1972

Carbon copy of journal from the commencement of service on 1 June 1964 to or 14 February 1965, including stations at Rabaul, Kokopo, Messawa, Manus (Lorengau), Balluan and Rambutso. Also includes papers related to the creation of the Enga Cultural Centre and the story of the Enga Provincial Flag.

Gordon-Kirkby, John William

Assessment of the impacts of frost and drought in Papua New Guinea; surveys and research

  • AU ANUA 558
  • Series
  • 1997 - 1998

In 1997 Papua New Guinea was in the throes of a severe drought with frosts at high altitudes, which severely disrupted food and water supplies. Funded by AusAid, teams of researchers led by the authors, including Papua New Guineans and Papua New Guinea based agriculturalists, conducted field surveys to assess the impact of drought and frost on village food and water supply in all 19 provinces and most districts. The collection includes the field survey data sheets, the Excel database spreadsheet compiled by Joseph Viles, his BA Hons thesis and Bryant Allen's collection of research papers.

Allen, Bryant

John Baker Tongan Collection

  • AU ANUA 555
  • Series
  • 1955 - 1973

The collection was formed during 1969 and 1970 by John R Baker, Economist to the Government of Tonga and resident in the capital of Nukualofa from August 1969 to May 1970. Baker was employed by the British Ministry of Overseas Development and was seconded to the Government of Tonga as an Economist to undertake the preparation and drafting of the Tonga Development Plan 1970 - 1975, which was Tonga's second development plan. He was employed partly on the strength of his having worked in the Solomon Islands in 1964 and 1965 under the Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) Scheme. He was the first economist employed by the Tonga Government to work on development planning.

Baker, John R

Michael Young's Papua New Guinea anthropological consultancy reports and research papers

  • AU ANUA 553
  • Series
  • 1981 - 1992

Contains anthropological research papers relating to four Papua New Guinea projects.

  1. Records of the Milne Bay Oil Palm social impact study are
    fieldwork papers (items 1-12),
    consultancy report papers (items 13-18),
    related technical reports (items 19-31)
    a map (item 32), and
    other correspondence (items 33-35).

  2. Records of the Wapolu Gold Mine, Fergusson Island : Socio-Economic Impact Study (SEIS) are
    fieldword papers (items 36-59)
    consultancy report papers (items 60-63)
    reference notes and reports (items 64-77)
    cassette recordings (items 78-88)
    colour kodachrome slides (items 89-148)
    colour prints (items 149-172)

  3. Records of the Woodlark (Muyuw) Island are
    forestry study (items 173-182)
    Kodachrome colour slides (items 182-246)

  4. Records of South Normanby Island
    fieldwork papers (items 247-267)
    maps (items 268-270)
    colour kodachrome slides (items 271-370)
    cassette recordings (items 371-372)

Young, Michael Willis

Geoffrey Hope collection of papers on population and the environment in Papua New Guinea

  • AU ANUA 552
  • Series
  • 1980 - 1995

Research collection collected by Geoffrey Hope during fieldwork in Papua (Irian Jaya) and Papua New Guinea (1980 - 1995). Collection consists of reprinted articles, unpublished reports, one field notebook, one closed ANU file (5-17-2) on the Mount Wilhelm Research Station, photographs, newspaper clippings, expedition equipment shipping lists and associated paperwork.

Hope, Geoffrey Scotford

James Sinclair Papua New Guinea Research Collection

  • AU ANUA 547
  • Series
  • 1948 - 2013

The collection was made by James Sinclair in 1973 -1974 from files held by TPNG District Administration, Konedobu.The collection includes patrol reports, station journals and district annual reports (including selected memoranda), together with various other reports, reviews and studies with detailed indexes compiled by Bob Cole listing patrol number and date, patrol officer and area patrolled, photocopies and some original documents held in binders, departmental correspondence and reports and manuscripts and publications, collected by James Sinclair, together with some Department of District Administration confidential files, and Sinclair’s notes on various archives and secondary sources.

Includes documents given to James Sinclair by Sir John Gunther, J.K. McCarthy, Robert Cole and the family of Sir Donald Cleland.

Sinclair, James Patrick

Michael Monsell-Davis journals, diaries, fieldnotes and research files on the Roro

  • AU ANUA 545
  • Series
  • 1965 - 2000

The collection includes significant language and genealogical data. The records include research files, letters, journals and diaries compiled by Davis while working as a social anthropologist in Papua New Guinea :-
Items 1 - 59 - Journals (1965 - 2000)
Items 60 - 111 - Research Files
Items 112 - 115 - Publications

Monsell Davis, Michael Dunmore

Bronwen Douglas Pacific research papers

  • AU ANUA 524
  • Series
  • c. 1966 - 2012

Conference and seminar papers; PhD thesis; course material; field work tapes, notes and interview; correspondence; drafts; collection of articles and chapters on Pacific women, Christianity in Melanesia, Australian Aboriginal history and Aboriginal women, anthropological theory and miscellaneous theory, New Caledonia and Polynesia.

Douglas, Bronwen

Correspondence and unpublished manuscripts

  • AU ANUA 523
  • Series
  • 1962 - 1995

Correspondence, reports, press cuttings, research materials, contracts and employment documents, lecture notes and student essays, conference programs, manuscripts and publications, and interview tapes. Also includes records related to the Tongan History Association.

Latukefu, Sione

Indenture research papers of K L Gillion

  • AU ANUA 522
  • Series
  • n.d.

Research papers of K L Gillion, publications re Fiji press, material relating to CSR, Methodist papers and miscellaneous papers (not yet processed).

Gillion, Kenneth L

Nancy Lutton papers on John Alexander Kolia

  • AU ANUA 521
  • Series
  • 1978 - 1993

Correspondence, press cuttings, journal articles and reviews, unpublished verse, theatre programmes and poster, 1981; photograph and other documents; Thesis: Lyn Baer, In Between: Cultural Ambivalence in the Novels of John Kolia, 1982; audio recordings on cassette tape, duplicated typescripts, and publications.

Collier, John Alexander

Field notes and tapes on the Markham language group, Papua New Guinea

  • AU ANUA 520
  • Series
  • 1952 - 1987

Holzknecht studied languages of the Markham family of languages in Papua New Guinea, including the Wampar, Aribwaungg (Yalu), Musom, Labu and Aribwatsa (now extinct) language groups. The collection includes field notes and recordings of the languages including lexus, syntactic lists, grammar outlines, kinship charts and word lists, maps, publications and dictionaries of indigenous languages into German and English. Includes publications in German language.

Holzknecht, Susanne

Judy Davis unpublished manuscript for PhD in womens history, Papua New Guinea from 1874 - 1942

  • AU ANUA 512
  • Series
  • c. 2010 - 2012

Draft manuscript for a PhD on the cultural history of women in Papua New Guinea from 1874 to 1942. The work examines the actions of 'white' women in a country with divided administrations and divided cultural histories - women from Australia, China and the relationships between 'white' women and native women. Chapter headings include: Military occupation 1914 - 1921; The phoney colonies (British and German New Guinea); Women on plantations; Ruling societies in Australia and colonial New Guinea; Feminist/women's history; Men and women; Loneliness; Outside women (the wives of white employees in Papua New Guinea). Judy Davis notes that the thesis is 'not a conventional history' as the research was conducted with 'little reference to Official Documents' and traditional research resources. Instead she studied the lives of 'white' women through their own personal stories and experiences and other anecdotal information.

Davis, Judy

Joe Barr's collection of Pacific disaster management publications and research material

  • AU ANUA 503
  • Series
  • 1970 - 2013

The collection consists of disaster and research reports, disaster preparedness workshop training manuals, seminar papers, consultancy management files, newspaper clippings, small publications and ephemera, a large number of SOPAC (Pacific Islands Applied Geoscience Commission) and United Nations reports, and documents created when Joe Barr was engaged as a consultant in relation to disaster management in the Pacific Islands. Of particular significance are the photographs and slides taken immediately following disasters in Vanuatu, Solomon Islands, Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Samoa and Cambodia, Turkey, Afghanistan, India and Indonesia.

Barr, Joseph

Papua New Guinea aerial photographs

  • AU ANUA 502
  • Series
  • 1942 - 1973

Aerial photographs of the Rabaul area, Papua New Guinea, including Sortie Works, defence areas, forests, Keravat, Kokopo, and Ataliklikun Bay.

Granger, Ken

Papers of Arthur Braisby

  • AU ANUA 500
  • Series
  • 1922 - 1945

Correspondence, memoranda and report, evacuation lists, defence plans and notes.

Braisby, Arthur L

Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Association collection

  • AU ANUA 487
  • Series
  • c. 1942 - 1974

Press clippings from Hawaiian and other US press on the Pacific Islands, articles and reports. The files are arranged by the following subjects: American Samoa, American Polynesia, Anglo-American Rivalry for Pacific Islands, Arno Atoll (Marshall Islands), the Bounty and genetics, Canton Island and Enderbury Island, Caroline Island, Christmas Island, Clipperton Island, Easter Island, Falcon Island, Fanning Island, Fiji, French Polynesia (Tahiti, Marquesas, Tuamotus, Australs), Gilbert and Ellice Islands, Guam, Hawaii, Hoorn Islands, Howland Island, Hull Island, Japanese Mandate Islands, Jarvis, Howland and Baker Islands, Johnston Island, Kapingamarangi Atoll, Kingman Reef, Lord Howe Island, Mangareva, Mariannas Island, Marquesas Islands, Marshall Islands (Kwajalein Island), Michener and the Pacific, Micronesia, Midway Island, Nauru and Ocean Island, New Caledonia, New Hebrides, New Zealand, Palau, Palmyra Island, Papua New Guinea, Pearl and Hermes Reef, Pitcairn Island, Ponape, Rose Island, Saipan and Tinian, Solomon Islands, Swains Island, Tonga, Torres Strait, US Trust Territory, Vostok Island, Wake Island, Washington Island, Western Samoa, World War II. Also loose press cuttings on Micronesia Independence, nuclear testing and strategic policy.

Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Association

Jean Chambers health posters

  • AU ANUA 496
  • Series
  • c. 1949 - 1960

Posters prepared for the Infant Welfare Section, Department of Public Health, Papua New Guinea.

Chambers, Jean

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