State Library of Victoria > La Trobe Journal

No 7 April 1971

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Select List of Additions to the Australian Manuscript and Historical Picture Collections, 1970

  • Addison, Mark–Account of a voyage to Melbourne in the ship William Molesworth, 1852–53. Xerox copy. Typescript in the possession of Mrs. J. Neivandt.
  • Australasian Federal Convention–Papers, 1897–98. Microfilm. 3 reels. Purchase.
  • Barbour, Fanny–Diary, 1887–88. Pres. by Mrs. L. D. Bayer.
  • Bates family–History of ups and downs of Bates family in Australia and Tasmania. Pres. by Mrs. P. Dunne.
  • Bell, Edward–Diary of a voyage from Melbourne to England on board Argo, 1855. Pres. by Commander N. K. Calder.
  • Best family (of Great Western Winery)–Papers, 1757–1965. 4 inches. Pres. by Alan Best, Esq.
  • Bloomfield family–Papers, c. 1845–1966. 4 inches. Pres. by Mrs. J. H. C. Kopman.
  • Bromby, Dr. John Edward–Extracts from journals. 1858–88, and sermons. 8 ½ inches. On long-term loan from Miss P. Bromby.
  • Calcutt, Bertram–Stone age and steel; New Guinea in 1921–33. Typescript. Pres. by L. A. Schumer, Esq.
  • Cooke, Cecil Pybus-Diaries, 1845–62. 7 vols. Savin copies. Originals in the possession of S. Winter-Cooke, Esq.
  • Crawford, Alexander–Correspondence, 1881–83. Savin copies. Originals in the possession of the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland.
  • Curr, Edward Micklethwaite–Memoranda concerning our family. Savin copy. Original in the possession of G. Pennefather, Esq.
  • Douglas, Eric–Rough log of voyage to the Bay of Whales, Ross Sea, in R.R.S. Discovery II, to locate Lincoln Ellsworth and H. Hollick-Kenyon, 1935–36 and Account of the search for Anderson and Hitchcock, 1929. Savin copies. Originals in the possession of Miss S. Douglas.
  • Evangelical Lutheran Church of Australia–Papers, 1835–1948. Microfilm. 2 reels. Purchase.
  • Ewen, Stephen–Correspondence, 1839–75. 32 letters. Purchase.
  • Forsyth, Robert–Diary of Maintongoon Station, Gippsland, 1899. Savin copy of typescript. Original manuscript in the possession of Miss E. Forsyth.
  • Fox, William Robert–Journal of a voyage from Melbourne to London and return, 1882–84. Purchase.
  • Franklin, Sir John–Papers of Sir John and Lady Franklin, 1837–43. Microfilm. 2 reels. Purchase.
  • Geddie, Rev. John–Diary, 1848–57. Savin copy. Original in the possession of Mrs. A. R. Tompson.
  • Geoghegan, Patrick Bonaventure. Bishop–Correspondence, 1838–65. Savin and xerox copies. Originals in the Archives of St. Patrick's Cathedral, Melbourne, the Archdiocese of Adelaide and St. Mary's Cathedral, Sydney.
  • Goold, James Alipius. Bishop–Diaries, c. 1850–67 (7 vols.); letters, 1850–75. Savin and xerox copies. Originals in the Archives of St. Patrick's Cathedral, Melbourne and St. Mary's Cathedral, Sydney.
  • Gordon and Eddington families–Papers, c. 1627–1927. 1 ½ feet. Pres. by J. E. Gordon, Esq.
  • Grey, S. T.–The history of the formation of the Shire of Whittlesea. Savin copy. Typescript in the possession of W. J. Payne, Esq.
  • Harding, Henry–Journal of a voyage to Melbourne, on board Ida, 1853. Microfilm. Purchase.
  • Jeffcott and Kermode families–Papers, 1831–1969. Microfilm. Purchase.
  • Lavater, Louis–Music manuscripts. 3 feet. Pres. by Council and members of the Guild of Australian Composers.
  • Le Gallienne, Dorian–Music manuscripts. 4 items. Pres. by Miss M. Wilmot.
  • Lindsay, Lionel–Letters to John Gartner, 1958–59. 12 letters. Purchase.
  • Macartney family–Papers of Dean Hussey Burgh Macartney and the Macartney family. 7 trunks. On long-term loan. Restricted.
  • McEwen, J.–Records of performances at Melbourne theatres, 1845–1970 and chronology of Dame Nellie Melba. Pres. by J. McEwen, Esq.
  • Macknight, Charles Hamilton–Journals, 1841–73 (4 vols.), account book, 1847–67. Pres. by Dame Ella Macknight and Miss H. Macknight.
  • Marks, Alexander–Letters, commissions connected with his work as Japanese Honorary Consul in Melbourne, 1880–1903. 6 items. Pres. by P. A. Throsby, Esq.
  • Melba, Dame Nellie–Letters, c. 1916. 7 letters. Pres. by J. Hetherington, Esq.
  • Pacific Manuscripts Bureau–Papers relating to the Pacific Islands. Microfilm. 112 reels. Purchase.
  • Port Phillip Association–Papers in the Allport Collection, Tasmania. Microfilm. 23 strips. Pres. by Allport Library and Fine Arts Museum.
  • Read, George Frederick–Diaries, 1837–52. 5 vols. Savin copies. Originals in the possession of F. Read, Esq.
  • Riddell family–Papers, 1822-c. 1920. 5 feet. Pres. by G. S. C. Riddell, Esq. and Miss Y. S. C. Riddell.
  • Ridpath, Edward–Narrative from journal and letters, 1850-c. 1853. 2 vols. Purchase.
  • Scott family-Diaries, 1843–51 (3 vols.) and
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    miscellaneous papers. Savin copies. Originals in the possession of R. J. Scott, Esq.
  • Shepherd, William Henry (nurseryman)–Diaries, 1884–1900. 18 vols. Savin copies. Originals in the possession of F. Shepherd, Esq.
  • Smyth, Robert Brough–Papers, c. 1854–99. 3 ½ inches. Purchase.
  • Strode, Thomas–Annals and reminiscences of by gone days. Microfilm. Purchase.
  • Tame, Edward–Reminiscences of Melbourne and gold diggings, 1852–56. Savin copy. Typescript in the possession of M. Taylor, Esq.
  • Tolley, Albion Everard–Journal of a voyage, Plymouth to Melbourne, on board Norfolk, 1869–70. Savin copy. Original in the possession of D. Bowden, Esq.
  • Welch, Edwin J.–Journal of Victorian Contingent Expeditions, 1861–62, and other papers, 1862–1909. Microfilm. 2 reels. Purchase.
  • Wills family–Papers, c. 1808–1962. Savin copies. Originals in the possession of E. S. Wills, Esq.
  • Wilson, Anne Saunders–Illustrated diary of a Continental tour, 1838 and volume of water-colours, 1829–41. Pres. by Mrs. O. Wilson.
  • Wilson, G. L. and Sedgfield, A. E. (Solicitors)–Letterbooks, 1899–1919. 14 vols. Pres. by A. E. Sedgfield, Esq.
  • Winter, Samuel Pratt–Diaries, 1843, 1856–61. Savin copies. Originals in the possession of S. Winter-Cooke, Esq.
  • Angus, Colin–4 oil paintings of gold mining scenes at El Dorado, 1969. Purchase.
  • Cigarette cards–2 collections Australian cigarette cards (approximately 4,000) c. 1900–1938. Pres. by Eric Thake. Esq. and D. Moule, Esq.
  • Cummins, J. A.–4 scenes of horse breaking, aborigines etc., at Benerembah Station c. 1889. Purchase.
  • Gregory, A. V.–5 watercolours of ships — Toroa. Orion. Plover, Hygeia and Nyora. Purchase.
  • Moir, J. K.–Bronze bust by Wallace Anderson. Purchase.
  • Pownall, George Hyde–2 oil paintings — Bourke Street East; Collins Street East. 1912. Purchase.
  • Rose Postcard Co.–Collection of glass plates and cards c. 1894–1954 (approximately 20,000 cards). Purchase.
  • Victorian Postcard Collection-c. 1900–1910 (approximately 900 cards). Pres. by T. D. Meade, Esq.