Regional Collection

Regional club and association records are grouped alphabetically. Links to these collections are available by selecting the relevant letter below.

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SERIES TITLEDescriptionDate range Accession number
2AD RADIO STATION, ARMIDALE: PHOTOGRAPHS See under Byrnes, Albert, of 2AD radio station, Armidale:Photographs c.1938. A710
ARMIDALE AND NEW ENGLAND HOSPITAL Annual reports 1982 - 88 A1189
ARMIDALE AND NEW ENGLAND JOCKEY CLUB Nomination books as well as miscellaneous accounts and receipts make up the collection. This material also includes a variety of sketches and proposed plans for the club and racetrack buildings and stands. 3 folders, 4 ledgers, 8 Plans. 1908-1950 A623
ARMIDALE ANNIVERSARY AND CELEBRATION SOUVENIR BOOKLETS Includes newspaper clippings 1923, 1938 & 1963 A1006 see also A408
ARMIDALE: ANZAC DAY PARADE  1952 A863
ARMIDALE ASSOCIATION FOR ABORIGINES: PHOTOGRAPHS, Sixteen photographs showing a children's Christmas party, a wedding, and a dwelling in East Armidale, taken in about 1960. 16 Photographs. c.1960. A488
ARMIDALE BOWLING CLUB: RECORDS  1934-1950 A1049
ARMIDALE BUILDINGS See under Sketches of early Armidale buildings n.d. A24
ARMIDALE: CENTENNIAL RADIO PLAY Audio-tape of a radio play, "Beyond the Bounds", broadcast by station 2AD, Armidale at 8.00 PM, on 12th November, 1963, to mark the centenary of the municipality of Armidale. The programme was sponsored by the Rural Bank of N.S.W. There is also a typescript of the presentation. 1 tape, 1 script (8 pp.) 1963 A243
ARMIDALE CENTRAL PARK A conservation study, detailed inventory, and detailed consideration for Heritage Significance 1985 A1439
ARMIDALE CHESS CLUB See under Zugzwang papers 1972-1975 A458
ARMIDALE CITY BAND PHOTOGRAPH Features George Henry Parkinson and Mayor Wilson c.1908 A1040
ARMIDALE CITY COUNCIL: RECORDS Includes: minute books, 1864-1946 (15 reels); municipal correspondence, 1864-91 (2 reels); reports of various special committees, 1892—1927 (7 reels); rate books, 1938-40 (2 reels), and a "Miscellaneous Register", 1927-66, in which is recorded the issue of all kinds of licenses (1 reel). Armidale, which had been founded in about 1839, was declared a municipality in 1863. 27 reels mfm 1864-1966 A280
ARMIDALE COMMUNITY SERVICE CENTRE: RECORDS Records of Armidale Community Service and the Armidale Community Welfare Discussion Group include Minutes; Reports; correspondence; a constitution; newspaper clippings; and questionnaires completed by city organisations, 1968-71. These two organisations helped to establish the Armidale Community Service Centre. 1 Vol., 9 folders. 1968-1971. A425
ARMIDALE COMMUNITY SERVICE GROUP See under Armidale Community Service Centre: records 1968-1971 A425
ARMIDALE COMMUNITY WELFARE DISCUSSION GROUP See under Armidale Community Service Centre: records, 1968-1971 A425
ARMIDALE DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION Annual report 1991-92 A1137
ARMIDALE CEMENT INDUSTRIES Photographs of Cochranes at Quarry 1970-1977 A1441
ARMIDALE DISTRICT POULTRY CLUB First Prize Certificate 1979 A1218
ARMIDALE ELECTORAL DISTRICT Map 1973 A1194
ARMIDALE EXPRESS CENTENARY SUPPLEMENT, Armidale Express centenary souvenir supplement, 1856-1956 (pub. Apr. 1956). 39 pp 1856-1956 A408
ARMIDALE: FOCUS ON ARMIDALE Information booklet 1992 A1060
ARMIDALE FREEDOM FROM HUNGER CAMPAIGN: RECORDS The accession comprises minutes, attendance records, correspondence, press releases and publicity photographs from the years 1962 and 1963. 1962-63. A377
ARMIDALE GAS COMPANY Incorporation act 1884 A831
ARMIDALE GOLF CLUB: RECORDS Two volumes of minutes (1943-55, 1956-60) recording the sporting and social activities of the Club. Annual reports and treasurers statements are pasted in with the minutes or occasionally found loose between the pages. A typescript of proposed amendments to the club's constitution is loose in the front cover of the earlier volume. The Armidale Golf Club was founded in about 1898. 2 vols. 1943-60 A231
ARMIDALE HERITAGE AWARDS: PAPERS Dr Lionel Gilbert 1988-1991 A1032
ARMIDALE, HILLGROVE AND URALLA COURTHOUSES: RECORDS Criminal and civil law: the various courts for which there are records include Quarter Sessions, Small Debts, Warden's and District Courts. Armidale records cover 1856-1948, Hillgrove, c.1871-73, 1888-1938, and Uralla 1858-1957. Information, mostly contained in books and registers includes brief summaries of court proceedings, plaints and the collection of fees. Much of the material has been generated by mining activity at Hillgrove, Rocky River and elsewhere. Many of the registers deal exclusively with the administration of mining claims. Further records include: from the Armidale Courthouse, letters received, 1873-82 and an Account Book of John Mulligan, 1861-62 (miller of Armidale), from the Uralla Courthouse: police records (7 vols.) 1870-82, 1931-50, and copies of letters sent, 1877-78. 229 vols., 1 box. (5/241, 5/271 in folders, 5/178 packed between cardboard.) 1856-1957. A384
ARMIDALE HIGH SCHOOL The Acorn, vol. 23 no. 1 Dec., 1950 A1291
ARMIDALE: HISTORIC HOMES Saumarez, Wivenhoe, Opawa Comeytrowe c.1912, 1988, 1993-94 A873
ARMIDALE HISTORICAL SOCIETY Bicentennial gift 1988 A1326
ARMIDALE: INTERSTATE CRICKET MATCH  1994 A885
ARMIDALE LITERARY INSTITUTE: RECORDS Comprises the minute books for 1859-1868 and 1895-1955 (except 1915-22), correspondence from the period 1902-08 and 1921-23, a large quantity of miscellaneous papers, balance sheets etc., Records of use of the Institute's billiard room, bankbooks and ledgers 1897-1941 and catalogues of the Institute's library. 1859-1955 A126
ARMIDALE LOCAL LAND BOARD See under Local Land Board, Armidale: records 1862-1925. A286
ARMIDALE AND THE NEW ENGLAND REGION MAPS Mostly photostats of maps held in other collections. Included are: Allan Cunningham's "Sketch Map Hunter's River to Moreton Bay" (1827); Surveyor Gorman's "Map of the town of Armidale" (1849); William Gardner's "Sketch Map of Northern N.S.W" (1854) and E. Knapp's "Map of Bergen-op-Zoom Run" (1854). There is also a number of maps and plans of Sandon county mostly drawn in the 1890's, and a geological map of the Hillgrove goldfield (1900). A map produced as an auctioneers advertisement re: sale of lots at Tilbuster, Ba1ly Glass and Clark Hill estates (1922) is the most recent in the group. 20 Maps. 1827-1922 A283
ARMIDALE METHODIST CHURCH: RECORDS Bound photostatic copies of the minutes of the Armidale Methodist Ladies Church Aid Society from 1939 to 1951. Also included are the minutes from the Armidale Methodist Leaders' Meeting held between the years 1945 and 1951. 2 bound volumes. 1939-1951 A683
ARMIDALE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL: RECORDS Correspondence, reports, submissions and draft agreements referring to the supply of electricity to the then Armidale Municipal Council. The submissions from gas supply companies show the comparative costs of gas and electricity consumption. Also included in this collection are extracts from local newspapers reporting on the matter. 2 folders 1921-1922 A621
ARMIDALE MUSIC AND OPERATIC SOCIETY: RECORDS Letterbooks,. 2 vols 1910-1911 A5
ARMIDALE MUTUAL HELP BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY: RECORDS Minute Books and a Share Register, 1895-1906 (Annual Reports of the Society are pasted inside the Minute Books); three Subscription Books, 1895-1903; Letterbook, 1896-1903. 7 vols., 1 folder. 1895-1906 A156
ARMIDALE PASTORAL, AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL ASSOCIATION RECORDS Books, 1904-27; the Annual Report for 1913; a fairly full run of Cashbooks, 1910-63; an Account Book labelled "Debtors Outstanding", 1957-62; and miscellaneous loose accounts, c.1910 to 1915. 8 vols. Minute 1904-63 A385
ARMIDALE : PHOTOGRAPHS (MURRAY VIEWS) Five commercially produced black and white photographs of Armidale including Armidale Hospital, De la Salle College, Armidale Teacher's College and Beardy Street. n.d. A1466
ARMIDALE : PHOTOGRAPHS View north along Jessie Street across Dumaresq Creek and view of Beardy Street late 1880s? A1471
ARMIDALE: PHOTOGRAPHS  c.1872 - c.1885 A965
ARMIDALE PHOTOGRAPHS Four photographs of Armidale church buildings, and one of the Armidale township (1887), taken from two issues of the Town and Country Journal: 2 May, 1874 and 30 Jan. 1892. 5 Photos 1874, 1887, 1892. A7
ARMIDALE PHOTOGRAPHS Views of. Armidale Undated supplement to the Armidale Chronicle entitled "Views of Armidale." A sheet of coloured pictures showing Armidale schools and colleges, business houses, hotels, the racecourse and local scenic attractions, based on photographs taken by W.D. Solomon. L sheet. n.d. 
ARMIDALE RIFLE CLUB See under Hillgrove: records 1897-1923 A202
ARMIDALE SCHOOL, THE: CENTENARY BOOKLET  1994 A884
ARMIDALE SENIOR CITIZENS' ASSOCIATION Taylor, Arch, The First Twelve Years 1976 A1298b
ARMIDALE: SKETCHES OF EARLY ARMIDALE BUILDINGS Photographs of drawings of early Armidale buildings, including the new Court House, Anglican Church, Presbyterian Church, and Catholic Church (n.d.). 4 photographs. n.d. A24
ARMIDALE SPINNERS' AND WEAVERS GROUP: RECORDS The minute book of the monthly meetings of the Armidale Spinners' and Weavers group from the years 1972-1983. List of members from various years are included at the back. 1 Folder 1972-1983 A735
ARMIDALE: SURVEYOR-GENERAL'S LETTER  1849 A858
ARMIDALE TELEGRAPH Article "Archaeology of a Country Newspaper: Frank Newton and the Armidale Telegraph" by Brendan O'Keefe. Photocopied photographs of "Newhome", 136 Faulkner St. Armidale, site Of original printery and samples of past editions of Armidale Telegraph and Tamworth Examiner newspapers 1868 A1419
ARMIDALE: VISITORS' GUIDE  1994 A867
ARTS COUNCIL (ARMIDALE) See under Warburton papers 1959-1962 A370
ARTS COUNCIL (ARMIDALE) Madrigal group 1954 - 1957 A752
ARTS COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIA ARMIDALE BRANCH: MINUTES One volume of minutes; inside front cover is a typewritten list of the "Armidale Branch Constitutional By-Laws". A list of office-bearers and committee members follows, including members of sub-groups specifically concerned with Music and Drama respectively. This volume is evidently not the inaugural minute book of the branch, since reference is made in the first set of minutes (3rd March, 1952) to earlier meetings. Until December 1955, minutes are handwritten. From February 1956, they are typed and pasted into the book. (See also earlier accession A138) 1 vol. 1952-1964. A138a
ARTS COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIA ARMIDALE BRANCH: RECORDS Minutes of the Arts Council Drama Group, Armidale, 1951-55. Other material relates to the N.S.W. Division of the A.C.A., 1943-55, and includes Annual Reports, news bulletins, musical and dramatic programmes and a constitution. There are also 33 issues of a monthly bulletin produced by the Arts Council of Great Britain, 1947-50. 1 Box. 1943-1955 A264
ARTS COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIA ARMIDALE BRANCH: RECORDS Correspondence, notices, proceedings of annual meetings and regional conferences, and annual reports of the Armidale branch. The correspondence is with such bodies as the A.B.C., the Armidale City Council, other branches of the Arts Council, local schools, community organisations and individuals. The correspondence deals with a variety of topics including: proposals re programmes of music, theatre, films and other cultural forms, Arts Council administration, and arrangements for projected tours. An interesting record of cultural activities in an atypical country town in the 1950's and 1960's. 12 folders. 1952-1960. Al38
ASSOCIATED GROWERS' CO-OPERATIVE LTD: RECORDS The accession comprises the Annual General Meeting minutes for 1956-1969 (1 vol.) And the Board of Directors' minutes for the same period (2 vols) 1956-1969. A418
ASSOCIATION FOR THE ASSIMILATION OF ABORIGINES: RECORDS The Association's Minutes, correspondence and Reports covering the period 1956-63; also news clippings, and a statement of receipts and payments for the year ending 31 Mar. 1963. See also A488. 3 vols., 2 folders. 1956-1963 A232
AUCHEN DHU See under Fletcher brothers, Walcha: daybook 1908-57 A121
AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL COMPANY See under Peel River Land And Mineral Co. Ltd 1853-1942. A469, A470
AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL COMPANY: RECORDS Series Lists of the records of the A.A. Company (established 1824) and its subsidiary the Peel River Land and Mineral Company (established 1853) held at the Australian National University Archives. They describe a very large collection of records, including diaries, correspondence, maps, accounts and stock books relating to the Company's agricultural, pastoral and commercial interests on the Liverpool Plains and elsewhere. Two of the lists are prefaced by short histories of the Company. 1 folder. 1824-1969. A378
AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL COMPANY: RECORDS Annual reports for 1856 and 1925-53 (with occasional gaps) and a copy of the Company's Charter with the relevant Acts of Parliament. Also the annual reports of the Peel River Land and Mineral Company, 1887, 1907, 1909, 1915-16, 1938-42 and 1947-59. See also A707. 1 box, 1 folder. 1865-1959. A497
AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL COMPANY: RECORDS Annual reports for 1963, 1971- 78 (except 1972); stud flock register, 1879-1913, and telegram books, 1924-26 and 1928-31, from "Warrah" station; proposals for the Company's emigration (to N.S.W.), 1975; and 15 issues of the "Pastoralists' Review", 1896-1910. 2 Folders and 1 Box. 1879-1978. A707
AUSTRALIAN AIR LEAGUE: FUNDRAISING APPEAL  1939 A794b
AUSTRALIAN COUNTRY MUSIC HERITAGE HALL NEWSLETTER  Mar./ Nov. 1995 A1345
AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK See under Tangley Station Guyra: records 1871-1942 A133
AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK LIMITED RECORDS Minutes of Board meetings, 1887-89. 4 pp(typescript). 1887-1889 A399
AUSTRALIAN LABOR PARTY See under Anstey Frank: memoirs 1965 A293
AUSTRALIAN ROAD SAFETY COUNCIL: HIGHWAY CODE  1950's A926
AUTUMN LODGE, ARMIDALE Autumn Leaves: a publication celebrating the Centenary of Autumn Lodge 1896-1996 A1465
AVERY, MARY ANN See under Smith, Mary Anne: diaries 1898, 1900 A217
AYTONDALE AND ABBEY GREEN STATIONS, SINGLETON RECORDS Towards the end of last century the cattle stations "Aytondale" and "Abbey Green" belonging to W.M. Loder and George Loder respectively, specialised in the breeding of Hereford cattle, though "Abbey Green" also carried sheep. These Loder properties were situated to the south-west of Singleton on the road to Broke. Loders' "Abbey Green" is not to be confused with a property of the same name at Llangothlin, near Guyra in northern N.S.W. The two volumes in this accession comprise (i) Aytondale: Australian Hereford Stud Book, 1859-1928; giving name of bull, date calved, breeder's name, owner's name and details of animal's pedigree. (ii) Abbey Green: Stud Book, 1921-40. 2 vols 1859-1928, 1921-1940. A175
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SERIES TITLEDescriptionDate range Accession number
BAGOT, WALTER, JOHN AND CHRISTOPHER, OF CAMBO CAMBO AND BEN LOMOND STATIONS: AGREEMENT An agreement made between squatter brothers Walter and John Bagot of "Cambo Cambo" station, Goondabluie and Christopher Bagot of "Ben Lomond" station, Guyra and dated the 14th of May, 1863. The agreement relates to the purchase of Walter's interest in the stations, runs and stock which were held jointly by all three brothers in the Warrego and New England districts. The agreement allowed for John and Christopher Bagot to buy out their brother's interest in all of these joint ventures. 1 Folder. 1863 A241
BAKER'S CREEK See under Hillgrove Mines, 1906-1917 A6
BAKER'S CREEK GOLD MINING CO. AND BROKEN HILL COFFEE PALACE CO. LTD: RECORDS Half-yearly reports by the Director and Manager of the Baker's Creek Gold Mining Company, 1903; and a notice of the next general meeting of the Broken Hill Coffee Palace Co. Ltd. (in liquidation), dated 10 Jan. 1901, together with a statement of accounts covering the period, 1898-1900. 2 pamphlets. 1898-1901, 1903. A393
BAKER, ARCHIE See under Carlton, Maria: papers of the estate of Maria Carlton of Uralla, 1887 and Archie Baker of Bundarra, 1915-1917. A394
BALACLAVA STATION, MATHESON: RECORDS The stock and wage and rations books of Balaclava station, Matheson for most of the period 1861 to 1926. Also included in this accession are a great amount of business papers and correspondences relating to both the property of Balaclava as well as the other financial investments of the Ross family. 5 Ledgers, 13 Folders, 1 Photograph. 1859-1939 A152
BALALA See under Morse and Tourle family papers, 1852-1853, 1864. Tourle, Thomas, of Balala Station, Inverell: notebook, c.1840-43 A507
BALD BLAIR STATION: RECORDS F.J White and Sons. Ledger 1918-24; wages accounts 1912-1939; stock returns 1918-1924; sheep book 1920-1938; land sales register 1926-1936. Also a photograph album (1926) and a catalogue (1938) of Aberdeen Angus disposal sales. 10 vols. 1912-1938 A20, A654
BALDOCK PAPERS   1885-1949 A474
BALDWIN, OTTO See under Durham Court Stud (Manilla) records 1877-1929 A112
BALLINA See under Yabsley, William Jr., Diary 1863-1902 NORCO Co-operative Ltd: records, 1892-1935. Yabsley diaries, 1871-1877, 1902-1922. 1863-1902 & 1892-1935 A459, A3
BALLINA DISTRICT See under Simpson, Pearson, Pioneer: photograph c.1860 A173
BANANA GROWERS' FEDERATION, MURWILLUMBAH: RECORDS 1918-1963. Records of the Banana Growers' Federation Cooperative Ltd. (formerly, until 1932, the Tweed Fruitgrowers' Co. Ltd.) Of Murwillumbah on the far north coast of New South Wales. The accession includes: minute books (5 vols), 1918-46; annual reports and balance sheets, 1934-44, 1948-9, 1951-4 and 1956-63. There is also a booklet entitled "The Triumph of Science" published by the Tweed Banana Growers Association, in April 1930, which describes the rehabilitation of the banana industry on the Tweed river, after the disastrous setback caused by bunchy top disease in the period 1922-28. 5 vols, l envelope. 1918-1963 A238
BANGATE STATION, NORTH WALGETT: RECORDS The administrative and accounting records for the pastoral property of Bangate from the years 1899 to 1954. The greater part of this material is made up of the ledgers containing both the day to day and general yearly transactions associated with Bangate station. The daily activities of the station are also described in the large number of letter press books as well as the desk diaries of the manager and/or overseer which encompass the years 1915 to 1947. 84 Ledgers, 4 Folders, 1 Box. 1899-1954. A3l6
BANNOCKBURN See under Waterloo Pastoral Company, Glen Innes: records, Bannockburn Shire - rates and valuations books, 1906-16; infectious diseases register, 1898 - 1978 (includes Inverell). 1898-1978 & 1906-1916 A770
BARLOW, EMMA See under Towner, George: diaries 1881-1951 A169
BARRABA See under Adams and Witten family papers, 1849-1944. Crowley family history: a Crowley story. Nandewar historical society: maps of Barraba region. Hungerford's, Barraba: photographs of RG.D. Hungerford's Trucks, 1934-1938 A265
BARRABA HOSPITAL Small booklet containing the rules and regulations of the Barraba Hospital, adopted at a general meeting of subscribers in 1890 (typescript); also a manuscript page on the office-bearers and origin of the hospital. (Records are in poor condition.) 1 FOLDER 1890 A337
BARRABA: HUNGERFORD'S TRUCKS, PHOTOGRAPHS Photographs of the various trucks owned by R.G.D. Hungerford's haulage company of Barraba. R.G.D. Hungerford also traded under the name of J.T. Robertson, having bought this business in 1930. 12 Photographs 1934-1938 1952 A500
BATES PAPERS The reminiscences (180 pp.) Of Mr. E.L. Bates, entitled "River which trended northward" (1966); describing his childhood years spent on a property called "The Plain", at Caroda in the Bingara District of N.S.W., 1905-16. (Typescript copy.) A further accession deposited by Mr. Bates in 1976, contains approx. 131 letters addressed to him at Eccleston, N.S.W. during the period 1940-76, mostly from his younger sister Nancy (Anna) living in Maitland Street and later, Cunningham Street, Bingara. 6 Folders. 1940-76. A526, A526a
BAUDIN, NICOLAS See under Museum d'Histoire Naturelle, Le Havre: Baudin papers. 1800-1804 A318
BAWDEN, THOMAS: REMINISCENCES Photostatic copies of Thomas Bawden's personal recollections of the early history of the Clarence - a series of addresses delivered at the School of Arts, Grafton, and subsequently published as supplements to the Grafton Argus. 20 Sheets (38x25 cm.) 1886, 1888 A290
BEACON MINE PHOTOGRAPHS These photographs throw light on various aspects of mining activity at the Beacon, Perseverance and Reward Mines: bullock teams; mine machinery; buildings; men at work. One photograph shows part of a village of 430 people at Beacon Mine, 1896-1900. The photographs include one of the manager's wife and children sitting on the front steps of their residence, and a group photograph of schoolchildren at the Upper Bucca Bucca Public School. Beacon Mine is reached via Coffs Harbour. 19 Photographs. c.1896-1900 A196
BECHUANALAND See under Mackay papers 1885 A357
BEDFORDSHIRE See under McDouall papers 1840-1930. A362
BELFORD HUNTER'S RIVER See under Scholes records 1841-1843 A008
BELL, ARCHIBALD See under Pickering Station letters 1823-1883 A195
BELLINGEN See under Crown Lands Agent, Bellingen: records 1863-1961. A428
BELLINGER SHIRE COUNCIL: RECORDS Council minutes and a cashbook cover the latter part of 1906. Also the minutes of the Bellinger Shire Soldiers' Memorial Hall and Literary Institute committee, 1937-1955. 3 vols., 1 FOLDER. 1906-1955. A198
BELMONT See under Pickering Station letters 1823-83. A195
BELSHAW, JAMES See under Drummond, David Henry: article entitled "David Henry Drummond and the New England Media n.d. A484
BEN LOMOND STATION See under Bagot, Walter, John and Christopher of Cambo Cambo and Ben Lomond Stations: Agreement 1863. A241
BENCHES OF MAGISTRATES, ARMIDALE, TENTERFIELD, SCONE AND DUNGOG   1834-1863 A872
BENDEMEER See under Murray, Andrew: expedition of Andrew Murray & family 1859-1860 A440
BENDEMEER STATION, NTH QLD   1867-1875 A778
BENGALLA STATION, MUSWELLBROOK: RECORDS The personal and business papers of the Keys family of Bengalla station, Muswellbrook between 1836 and 1933. The station ledgers, datebooks and notebooks in this collection do not go past the turn of the century. However, the business and personal correspondences cover the majority of the period 1840 to 1933. Also included in this material is an undated photograph album. 23 Volumes, 2 Boxes, 4 Photographs, 1 Folder, 1 Invitation. 1836-1933 A135
BERGEN-OP-ZOOM, WALCHA See under Schrader, Ludwig: diary 1873-74 A233
BERIDA STATION, GILGANDRA RECORDS The financial records of Berida station, Gilgandra, for the time span 1891 to 1938. This accession is made up almost exclusively of the various station Ledgers, Letterbooks, and Journals kept during this period. Also included in this collection is a Guard Book of clippings as well as loose newspaper clippings covering the years 1919 to 1923. 45 Volumes, 1 Folder. 1891-1938 A396
BETTER COMMUNICATIONS LEAGUE: RECORDS Minutes, correspondence, reports, maps, brochures, political speeches, submissions, newspaper clippings and other papers related to the activities of the League in forwarding its aims and objectives. According to its constitution, those objects were: "to take whatever steps may be necessary or desirable to obtain better communications for the northern portion of this State, but with initial emphasis on the completion of a) a new, modern highway between Glen Innes and Grafton, b) the construction of a deep sea port at Iluka c) the building of a railway linking Inverell and Glen Innes." A detailed provisional listing of these records (8p.) Is available in the Archives. c.1938-1978. A245
BETTINGTON See under Brindley Park, Merriwa: records, 1831-1862, 1878. Brindley Park, Merriwa: records, 1877-1897. 1831-1862 & 1878 A229
BICKHAM STATION: RECORDS A rations account book (1879-94), a journal 1901-1906, cash receipts 1930-1950 and various wages records for the period 1924-1940. "Bickham" is a pastoral station near Blandford in the Upper Hunter district of N.S.W. 5 Volumes 1879-1950. A193
BINDARA STATION, MENINDEE See under Netley Station, Menindee: records 1865-1878 A206
BINGARA See under Bates papers,. Church of England: Bundarra parish registers, 1880-1916.Cooringoora Station: records, 1894-1932. Cunningham journey narrative, 1980. Mcpherson recollections, 1860. Witten, Mary Jesser: reminiscences 1940-1976 A526, A526A
BINNAWAY See under Magick's Store, Binnaway: records 1925-1971 A323
BLACK, JACK See under Better Communications League: records, c.1938-1978 A245
BLACKBURN, EDWARD AND MARY See under Schools records 1841-1843 A008
BLANCH, MR RUSSELL See under Myall Creek Station: address to the Inverell & district family history group 9/4/1995 A1199
BLANDFORD See under Bickham Station: records, 1879-1950 A193
BLAXLAND, CHARLES R., AND OTHERS: PHOTOGRAPHS Three photographs of Charles R. Blaxland, which may be dated, roughly and provisionally, c.1860, c.1900 and c.1920. The remaining items include photographs of Charles W. Marsh (n.d.) And Edwin Blomfield (1901), and an interior view probably of Blaxland's home at "Wollun", Uralla (c.1899). Charles Ralph Blaxland (1844 - 1926) was the son of George Blaxland (1803 - 1849) and Mary (née Rees). 6 photographs c.1860-1920. A127b
BLIGH, WILLIAM RUSSELL Article by Norma Townsend Oct. 1985 A830
BLOMFIELD LETTERBOOK   1825. A442
BLOMFIELD, EDWIN See under Blaxland, Charles R. And others: photographs, c.1860-1920 A127
BLOMFIELD, THOMAS See under Brooks, Christiana, letters of 1825-1827 A473
BLONDE SHIP See under Immigrants list, 1849 A436
BLOXSOME FAMILY See under Ranger's Valley, Dundee: records 1851-1894 A123
BODY See under Wellingrove Station photographs c.1880-1901 A201, A370
BODY, EDMUND CUTHBERT, DIARIES AND BUSINESS RECORDS The diaries record the everyday events of life on a sheep station, giving an account of work in progress as well as details of family life. Some of the early diaries include shearing tallies showing dates, names of shearers employed and the numbers shorn by each. The tallies are for 1884, 1885 and 1897 and all relate to Jindabyne station. Born in Devonshire, England in 1843, Edmund Cuthbert Body came to Australia with his father (F. E. Body) in 1850. He married Catherine Campbell of Inverell in 1880, and subsequently took up "Jindabyne" station, near Mt. Kosciusko. After 20 years he sold "Jindabyne", and in partnership with his sons owned "Strathbogie", "Ulupna" and "Mole Vale" in the New England region. 214 cm. 1884-1930 A134
BOLIVIA STATION: RECORDS Two letters from Florence M. Irby to Archdeacon Stammer, of Armidale, written at "Narrango" Station, Casino, one dated 5 Jul. 1945 and the other, 19th Aug. 1945(?), In answer to his enquiry about church history in Tenterfield. (The August letter contains information about the private cemetery, weddings etc. At "Bolivia" based on Irby family papers in her possession. Enclosed with it are handwritten copies of articles from the "Tenterfield Star", 21 Oct. 1910, 28 Nov. 1921.) Another letter, also addressed to Archdeacon Stammer, is from Edith Irby, dated 21 Oct. 1945, thanking him for sending her newspaper clippings of extracts from her diary. Also in this accession, an auctioneer's brochure advertising the sale of subdivided land on "Bolivia" Station, near Tenterfield, held on 13 Dec. 1913 (includes map). 3 letters, 1 auctioneers brochure 1913-1945 A392
BOOLOOMINBAH See under Abington Station, Armidale records, 1883-1963 N.E.U.C. - Walker, R.B Some Aspects Of The History Of Booloominbah U.N.E photographs: Booloominbah, c.1955 A106, A106A
BOOLOOMINBAH CONVALESCENT HOSPITAL: PHOTOGRAPHS   1916-1919 A405
BOOLOOMINBAH CONVALESCENT HOSPITAL: PHOTOGRAPHS These photographs show Booloominbah Homestead, Armidale, in use by the Red Cross as a convalescent hospital for wounded servicemen. The collection includes a photograph of a nursing sister on the verandah. 4 photographs. c.1918 A192
BOOLOOMINBAH COOK BOOK   1885 A868
BOOLOOMINBAH FARMS AUCTION   1922 A857 (part)
BOOLOOMINBAH PHOTOGRAPH Photograph of Booloominbah c.1900 A423
BOOLOOMINBAH PHOTOGRAPH   c.1916 1918 A1015
BOOLOOMINBAH PHOTOGRAPHS   1916-1919 A855, 855a
BOOLOOMINBAH PHOTOGRAPHS   September, 1950 A746
BOOLOOMINBAH SKETCH Douglas Pratt 1930's A838a
BOOLOOMINBAH STABLES Study by Mr P. Jolley 1993-95 A1088
BOOLOOMINBAH ARTICLE BY PROFESSOR A.T. YARWOOD An original typescript of the article entitled "Booloominbah" describing in depth the construction and design of the house The article was written in 1973 by Professor A.T. Yarwood. 1 Folder 1965-1969 A426
BOOROOMA STATION, WALGETT The business records of Boorooma station, Walgett for the years 1914 to 1949. This material consists entirely of the various ledgers recording the day to day and annual financial activities of the station. The bank book of Boorooma station for the years 1938 to 1940 is also included in this collection. 41 Volumes, 2 Folders. 1914-1949 A314
BOUGHTON, C.F. See under Moree History: History of Moree and adjacent districts 18/1/1967 A313
BOURKE See under Anstey, Frank: memoirs Tancred brothers Pty. Ltd., Bourke: records, 1938, 1941-42. Wilgha downs, Byrock: records, 1900-1902, 1906-1908 pre. 1965 A293
BOWRAVILLE See under Nambucca River Co-Operative Society limited: records 1903-71 A197
BOXING PHOTOGRAPHS, SYDNEY   1949 - 1951 A804
BOYDELL FAMILY CORRESPONDENCE Letters and an envelope addressed to Mrs Broughton 1829-47 A281
BOYDELL FAMILY LETTERS Eleven letters, 1829-47, and an envelope addressed to Mrs Broughton. 1 folder. 1829-1847 A281
BRAUND & CO. GENERAL MERCHANTS Armidale Express cuttings, covering the fire at Braund & Co. 17/4/1932 A1479
BRAY, T. H See under Vychan Station records 1900-63 A350
BREWARRINA See under Dumble Station, Brewarrina: records 1923-1967 A349
BREWER, HARRY See under Saumarez Ponds: letter 1879 A364
BREWON STATION, WALGETT Records c.1940-1960. A274
BRINDLEY PARK, MERRIWA: RECORDS A small but interesting accession. It contains miscellaneous accounts (1831-51); a daybook (1838-62) and a station diary (1878); all relate to the Bettington property "Brindley Park", Merriwa. The earlier account book has wages, rations and slop accounts; shoemaker's and blacksmith's accounts; wool weights; sheep slaughtered, and sheep sent to the Castlereagh; and accounts of goods lent to, and borrowed from, other gentlemen in the colony. It is clear from the records that the property was being worked with the help of a considerable number of assigned servants. 3 vols 1831-1862, 1878. A229
BRINDLEY PARK, MERRIWA: RECORDS This accession, from the pastoral property of J.B. Bettington in the Upper Hunter district, contains only two volumes. Viz. (i) Station Journal of Accounts (1877-82, 1891-7); and (ii) Station Diary, 1887. The gap in the Journal for 1882-91 is unexplained. The diary (probably penned by Bettington himself) contains quite detailed references to the daily business of the station. The writer also has occasion to remark upon the weather, horse-racing and his current state of health. 2 vol 1877-1897 A136
BRITISH LEGAL DOCUMENTS A collection of l2 English legal documents relating, in the main, to property matters in the northern English counties of Durham and Yorkshire. A calendar of the documents is available on application to the Archivist. Alfred E. Bateman, the collector of the manuscripts, died in the late 1960's. 12 documents. 1609-1815. A520
BROKEN HILL See under Baker's Creek gold mining Co.: Records; and broken hill coffee palace Co. Limited: records 1898-1901, 1903 A393
BROOKS, CHRISTIANA, OF DENHAM COURT, LETTERS Letters written to friends and family by Christiana Brooks at "Denham Court", 1825-27 (copied by hand into a letterbook). "Denham Court was, at that time, a property near Liverpool owned by her husband Richard Brooks, a merchant, landowner and prominent settler of N.S.W. in the first quarter of the nineteenth century. One of their daughters married Thomas Blomfield (who settled in the Monaro district). Mrs Brooks' letterbook was received from a Mr Blomfield of Quirindi in 1975. It contains approx. 54 letters. (There is also a typescript copy, 99 quarto pages long). 1825-1827 A473
BROOKS, MRS. CHRISTIANA, OF DENHAM COURT, DIARY 1 vol. (TS. Copy) 1825-30 A348
BROUGHTON See under Boydell family correspondence 1829-1847 A281
BROULEE See under Nickson letters 1846-1865 A308
BROUN, ELEANOR GALE See under McIntyre, Mrs. H.C. (nee Eleanor Broun): diaries and other papers c.1910-c.1974 A481
BRUXNER COLLECTION OF NEWSPAPER CUTTINGS   1927-1941 A353
BUCCA BUCCA See under Beacon mine photographs c.1896-1900 A196
BUCKERIDGE, E.J., DIARY The diary of the journey by sea and train that the Buckeridges took through the South Pacific and to North America in 1936. Included within the diary are a large number of photographs and souvenirs from the various locations along the way. 1 Diary. 1936 A671
BUCKLEY FAMILY OF ARMIDALE AND FITZGERALD FAMILY OF URALLA: PAPERS The birth, death and marriage records of the Buckley family of Mindawanda, Armidale and the Fitzgerald family of Uralla. Among theses records can be found a detailed family history compiled by Kathleen Buckley. The collection also includes a number of school certificates as well as many photographs of various members of the Buckley family. George Buckley (1830-1896), a carpenter and builder from Huddersfield in Yorkshire, married Margaret Griffith (1837-1897) of Armidale at the Church of Scotland, Armidale in 1863. In 1874 they had a son, James Henry, who worked as a building contractor with his father. He married Catherine Fitzgerald, the daughter of Thomas and Bridget Fitzgerald, in 1906. The Fitzgeralds had immigrated to N.S.W. from County Clare, Ireland in 1860. 1 Folder, 2 large photographs (missing). c.1890-1950 A612
BUKKULLA See under Wyndham family letters 1867-1876 A334
BUKKULLA STATION PHOTOGRAPHS Undated photographs of the Bukkulla homestead near Inverell, and men washing sheep at the "Bukkulla" washpool (n.d.). (Originals in the possession of the Wyndham family of Inverell.) 3 Photographs n.d. A432
BUKKULLA STATION: RECORDS "Bukkulla" is a pastoral station near Inverell and its name is linked with the Wyndham family. This accession is of one Ledger of station accounts for the period, 1911-31. 1 vol. 1911-1931 A213
BULL, CHARLES See under Cooringoora Station: records 1894-1932 A299
BUNDARRA See under Church of England: Bundarra Parish Registers, 1880-1916. Clerkness Station, Bundarra: records, 1884-1925. 1880-1916 A455
BUNDARRA MAP Plan of portions 3 - 19 at Bundarra, Parish of Clerkness, County of Hardinge, with manuscript notes apparently relating to a sale held at Armidale, 19th August, 1861. 1 map. 1861 A166
BUNDARRA PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY: RECORDS Minutes of meetings of the Bundarra P.& A. Society (5 vols.) 1926-1973 and of the trustees of the Show and Recreation Grounds at Bundarra, 1906-1915; a booklet on the history of the Society from 1907-81, entitled "Bundarra P.& A. Society: This is Your Life", by E.C. Ferris (a life member of the Society) published in 1981; and a bank book of the Bundarra Horse Parade Association, 1912-1927. 7 vols., 2 booklets. 1906-1973 A489
BUNDARRA PHOTOGRAPHS   n.d. A1454
BUNDEMAR STATION, TRANGIE: RECORDS The financial records of the Bundemar station, Trangie for the years 1881 to 1950. This collection is made up entirely of the day to day and yearly ledgers recording all of the financial transactions of Bundemar station. Many of the volumes in the accession have been badly damaged by both water and rodents. 71 Volumes. 1881-1950. A303
BURNETT COUNTY Maps of the Parishes in the County of Burnett 1913-1970 A510
BUTCHER'S SHOP, ARMIDALE See under Armidale: ledger of a butcher's shop 1872-1874. A222
BYRNES, ALBERT, OF 2AD WIRELESS STATION, ARMIDALE: PHOTOGRAPHS Two photographs of the announcer Albert "Bert" Byrnes at the 2AD radio station, Armidale, c.1938. The first photograph shows Byrnes at the microphone while the second photograph focuses on the equipment rather then on Byrnes' face. 2 Photographs. c.1938 A710
BYRNES, GARRET See under Glenariff, Byrock: records 1908-1946. A163
BYROCK See under Glenariff, Byrock: records, 1908-1946. Wilgha Downs, Byrock: records, 1900-1902, 1906-1908. 1908-1946 A163
BYRON BAY See under NORCO Co-Operative Ltd: records 1892-1935 A3
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SERIES TITLEDescriptionDate range Accession number
CADELL See under Deepwater Station, Deepwater records 1845-1945 A142
CADY PAPERS   1962-1970. A444
CAERGURLE See under Boydell family correspondence 1829-1847 A281
CAIRNIE See under Fletcher Brothers, Walcha: records 1908-1957 A121
CALALA See under Telfer reminiscences c1903 A380
CAMBO CAMBO STATION See under Bagot, Walter, John and Christopher, of Cambo Cambo and Ben Lomond Stations: agreement, 1863. Cambo Cambo Station, Mogil Mogil: records, 1898, 1901, 1904-37 Doyle correspondence, 1862, 1873-79 Doyle papers: further papers, 1847-1915 1863 A241
CAMBO CAMBO STATION, MOGIL MOGIL: RECORDS The station diaries of Cambo Cambo station for the years 1898, 1901 and 1904-1937. Cambo Cambo station was the pastoral property of the Doyle family. 36 Volumes. 1898, 1901, 1904-1937 A448b
CAMERON FAMILY: BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES Short biographical notes on the Cameron family, early settlers in the New England area, compiled by Alan Cameron. His great grandfather, also named Allan, emigrated to Australia with his parents, John and Ellen, in 1849. From the 1870's until the early 1900's, he was employed as a stockman and later, a storekeeper in the Ollera district. Included in this accession is a copy of a photograph taken of him in about 1886. 1 Folder. 1972 A404
CAMERON FAMILY SHIPPING DOCUMENTS Shipping documents receipts and invoices relating to the dealings of AA Cameron of Harewood Island 1940/1950 A1437
CAMERON, DONALD MCLEOD See under Kalanga Station, Glen Innes: records 1861-1933 A216
CAMPBELL, P. C See under Inverell Station: records 1860-1917. A151
CANONBAR, MIOWERA: RECORDS The financial and accounting records of Canonbar station, Miowera from 1896 to 1982. By far the greater part of this material is ledgers, journals and stock records. The ledgers of West Bogan, Wilgar Downs and Honeybungle stations are also included in this collection but to a lesser degree than the records of Canonbar station. There is also a variety of correspondence including the Head Office Letter Book for 1902 to 1905 and miscellaneous letters from 1933, 1945 and 1947. 135 Volumes, 89 Boxes, 1 Folder. 1896-1982. A304
CARBEEN See under Knight, Andrew: diary 1892-1932 A177
CARLTON, MARIA: PAPERS OF THE ESTATE OF MARIA CARLTON OF URALLA, 1887 AND ARCHIE BAKER OF BUNDARRA The letter of administration of the Estate of Maria Carlton of Uralla in 1887. Also included is the Livestock Insurance Policy of Archie Baker of Bundarra for the year 1915 as well as the paperwork for his House and Car Insurance during 1916 and 1917. Archie Baker's Livestock Policy was shared jointly with Richard J. Vickers, also of Bundarra, who was the sole beneficiary of Maria Carlton's Estate. 1 Folder. 1915-1917 A394
CARPENTARIA DOWNS See under Edols letter, 1894 A300
CARROLL PUBLIC SCHOOL 125th Anniversary history 1994 A1181b
CARTER, EDWARD Carpenter, of Armidale and Balala 1813 - ? A898
CASEY, J.B See under Macleay River Historical Society papers 1860-1915 A302A
CASEY, MICHAEL: PROBATE CERTIFICATE AND LAND DEEDS Certificate of probate for the will of Michael Casey, of Wimambir, 12 Mar. 1885; also one deed of grant re town lot in the village of Gulligal purchased by Joseph Dawson, 3 Mar. 1866, and another deed re land at Coonabarabran, purchased by William Field, 14 Sept. 1889. 3 Folders 1866-1889. A289, A289A
CASINO See under Bolivia Station records, 1913-1945. Muggleton reminiscences 1955 A392
CASINO SCHOOL OF ARTS: RECORDS Minutes of committee meetings, and minutes of general meetings of members, 1880 - 1913, 1932-38, 1950-56. The minutes include library reports, financial statements and annual reports 4 vols., 1 bundle 1880-1956. A249
CEDAR GETTERS, ARMIDALE, PHOTOGRAPH A photograph of two cedar getters and their camp in the Gulf Country, near Armidale 1 Photograph. c.1910-12 A209
CHAFFEY PAPERS The majority of this material is comprised of political and administrative correspondences with a particularly strong emphasis on primary industry. These include letters between Mr. Chaffey and primary industry lobby groups, government departments, sporting, cultural and education organisations and institutions as well as individual constituents. There are also some personal papers which contain both photographs and bibliographical information. William Adolphus Chaffey (1915-1987) was the Member of State Parliament for Tamworth from 1940 until 1973. He was Deputy Minister for the New South Wales Country Party from 1959-1968. At the same time, he held the New South Wales Agricultural Portfolio from 1965 to 1968. 156 boxes, 2 framed pictures.
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1940-1973 A681
CHARD, JOHN SOFALA   1880-c.1900 A858a
CHARTERS TOWERS, QUEENSLAND See under Hillgrove Station: records 1887-1907 A167
CHEVY CHASE, ARMIDALE: RECORDS This volume is primarily one of miscellaneous accounts. It was used at various times to record income and expenditure re stores, rations, wages, shearing, stock, fencing and other improvements "Haroldston", "Wilford" and "Enmore" all Perrott properties in the Armidale district. Note: the first 30 pages were used (1862-65) by Robert Issell Perrott, in his official capacity as Registrar and Clerk of the Peace at Armidale, to record salary and expenses of Judge H.R. Francis, registrars, bailiffs and other officials of the Justice Department in Armidale, Tamworth, Wingham, Port Macquarie, West Kempsey, Grafton, Tenterfield and Glen Innes. The even numbered pages (pp. 290-298) contain notes of an historical-philosophical or cosmological nature. These notes were written by A.H. Perrott in 1934, when in his seventies. Alfred Haroldston Perrott, (son of Robert I. Perrott), bought "Chevy Chase" in 1903. 1 vol., 3 photos. 1877-1897 A129
CHURCH OF ENGLAND See under Moyes, Bishop John: speech entitled "What I Have Stood For.". 6/6/1950 A397
CHURCH OF ENGLAND - ST JOHN'S, KELLY'S PLAINS: 75TH ANNIVERSARY SERVICE Armidale express report 1955 A1210
CHURCH OF ENGLAND - ST MARY'S, BUNDARRA: PARISH REGISTERS Anglican Registers: marriages (Aug. 1880 - Feb. 1895) and baptisms (Jun. 1906 - Apr. 1916) in the parish of Bundarra; and marriages (Nov. 1902 - Mar. 1907) in the parishes of Bundarra and Bingara (all on microfilm). 1 microfilm reel . 1880-1916. A455
CHURCH OF ENGLAND ST MARY'S, BUNDARRA PARISH REGISTERS, FROM 1860   from 1845 A769 part
CHURCH OF ENGLAND ST PETER'S ARMIDALE PARISH REGISTERS, FROM 1845   from 1845 A769 part
CHURCH OF ENGLAND MEN'S SOCIETY ARMIDALE RECORDS   1931-1940 A1048
CHURCH OF ENGLAND ARMIDALE WENTWORTH-SHIELDS, W.F., BISHOP OF ARMIDALE 1916 - 1929, A BIOGRAPHY BY PAUL LAMB   1916-1929 A1298c
CHURCHES OF NORTHERN NEW SOUTH WALES: PHOTOGRAPHS Thirteen picture postcards depicting church buildings, from a collection made by the late May King of Camden, N.S.W. The buildings (all Church of England) are located in N.S.W. country areas, viz., Belmont Bay, Coraki, Dubbo, Glen Innes, Murrurundi, Port Macquarie, Quirindi, Scone, Singleton, West Maitland, Tamworth and Tenterfield. Mrs. King was the wife of the Reverend Cecil J. King, M.A., Rector of St. John's, Camden. 13 postcards, 13 copies. c.1900-1910 A540
CHURCHES OF THE URALLA REGION Photographs of St Johns the evangelist church , picture cards of churches in the Uralla district including All Saints, Gostwyk, St Marks , Kentucky, Union Church, Enmore, St Matthew's, Bushgrove, St Stephens Bendemeer, St Martins Wollun n.d. A1434
CLARENCE RIVER AND GRAFTON HISTORY: HISTORY OF CLARENCE RIVER AND OF GRAFTON Reprints of a series of articles entitled "History of Clarence River and of Grafton, 1830-1880" by Mr. R.E. Davies. The series was published in 1951 and was based on his thesis for the completion of a Masters Degree at the University of New England. 1 Folder. 1830-1880 A288
CLARENCE RIVER DISTRICT See under Craig, Richard: Biography, 1965 Eatonsville sketches, 1956. Ulmarra Co-Operative: records, 1891-1956 1965 A335
CLARENCE RIVER HISTORICAL SOCIETY PAPERS A very large and miscellaneous collection of manuscript, typescript, photographic and printed matter selected from the historical records of the C.R.H.S. for microcopying at the University of New England. Subject list available in the Archives. 12 reels mfm. c.1825-1956 A29l, 291a
CLARK'S STORE, ALSTONVILLE: RECORDS One Ledger containing store accounts, 1898-1900 (fairly sparse descriptions of goods sold). Volume 1898-1900. A305
CLARK, THOMAS PHILIP, OF OBAN: BIOGRAPHY A short manuscript biography of Thomas Philip Clark (1825-1886) an English immigrant to N.S.W., by Mrs. Irene Clark. Clark was an early resident of Oban where he was involved in mining activity and ran "Clark's Inn" until his death. 1 Folder. 1964 A339
CLERK See under Ollera Station, Guyra: records 1838 - c.1968. A103, A103C
CLERKNESS STATION, BUNDARRA: RECORDS Ledger, 1884-98 contains wages and rations accounts and at back of volume calculations on income and expenditure. A station notebook, c.l890's records profit and investment calculations and remedies for stock diseases. (Entries refer to both "Clerkness" and "Stoney Creek"). A further Ledger, 1916—25 contains wages and rations accounts as well as stock, production and improvement accounts. 2 reels mfm, 1 Vol. 1884-1925. A107
CLIFFORD, JULIA See under Hargraves, Edward Hammond: thesis entitled Edward Hammond Hargraves: the gold discovery & the crisis of 1851 1860-1925 A242
COBBADAH HOTEL, BARRABA: RECORDS These legal papers relate to the leasing of the Cobbadah Hotel near Barraba. Also included is a short history of the Cobbadah Hotel, compiled by Mrs. Betty Crowley. 1 Folder 1904-1909 A736
COBBADAH STATION See under Crowley family history: "A Crowley story". 1775-1983 A701
COCHRANE FAMILY COLLECTION   1920-1954 A1426
COCHRANE, MISS MARY   n.d. A1082
COFFS HARBOUR ADVOCATE CENTENARY PUBLICATION Supplement to the Coffs Harbour Advocate, 19 April, 1961, relating the local history of the Coffs Harbour area from 1861-1961. The Supplement was written by George England. 1 reel mfm. 1961 A191
COFFS HARBOUR AND DORRIGO ADVOCATE Various issues of the Coffs Harbour and Dorrigo Advocate, collected by George England of Coffs Harbour. 1 Bundle. 1923-1928, 1936. A491
COFFS HARBOUR AND DORRIGO ADVOCATE: NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS Newspaper cuttings on the early history of Coffs Harbour, taken from the Coffs Harbour and Dorrigo Advocate, during the period 1923-1936 (xerox copy). Also included in this material is the Coffs Harbour Advocate Centenary Supplement, 19th April 1961. 1 Folder. 1923-1936, 1961 A391
COFFS HARBOUR SCHOOL OF ARTS: RECORDS A Minute Book covering the period 1938-46, and a small quantity of loose correspondence. 1 Volume. 1938-1946 A260
COLE PAPERS, TAMWORTH Some of the personal, official and business papers of Stan J. Cole, dealer in real estate and Mayor of Tamworth 1959 - 1969. This collection also includes a large quantity of photographs 1959-1969 A1294
COLLINS, WILLIAM See under Deepwater Station, Deepwater: records 1845-1945 A142
COLLY CREEK STATION, WILLOW TREE: RECORDS The comprehensive station records of the pastoral property Colly Creek from the 1890's to 1956. The business correspondences and papers of the property date further back in time and begin in the decade of the 1850's. The extensive collection of letters of the Weatherly family, who purchased the property in 1897, also begin in this time period and continue on through for a century. Prior to its sale in 1955, Colly Creek Station comprised some 36,000 acres of land which had been taken up by Andrew and George Loder around 1837. Within a few years, George Loder gave up his interest in the station and it remained solely in the hands of Andrew until his death. The station was renowned for its good cattle and Andrew Loder was amongst the first to breed Herefords in Australia. Upon acquiring the property in 1897, William Weatherly of Melbourne continued this tradition by establishing a Hereford Stud in the 1920's. 30 1854-1956 A183
COLLYMONGLE See under Waterloo Pastoral Company, Glen Innes: records 1885-1953 A172
COLUMBUS FAMILY See under Spanish Manuscripts Collection 1641, 1792, 1806. A522
COMBOYNE PHOTOGRAPHS   1900's A1430
COMIC HISTORY OF NEW SOUTH WALES Two of the weekly instalments of Volume 1 of The Comic History of New South Wales from 1777 to 1877. The series was written by Madame Charles Cook and Numbers 3 and 6, like the rest of the illustrated editions, purport to be based upon "the authentic sources, and the personal reminiscences of an old colonist." 1 Folder. 1777 -1877 A460
COMMISSIONER OF CROWN LANDS, ARMIDALE See under Greenwells Walcha: Album Ollera Station (Guyra), 1838-c.1968 A278
CONGEWAI, CESSNOCK See under Towner diaries 1881-1951 A169
COOLOOTAI See under Tenterfield and Coolootai Stations: records 1894-1950 A227
COONABARABRAN See under Probate Certificate and Land deeds of Michael Casey 1866-1889 A289, A289A
COONAMBLE DISTRICT PASTORAL STATIONS: RECORDS Select list of pastoral properties in the Coonamble district with notes on early owners, compiled by Mr. Allen Ibbott for the Coonamble Times in Oct. 1959 (typescript). 4 foolscap pages. 1959. A255
COONAMBLE DISTRICT: RECORDS Booklet entitled "From Stockyards. To Streets: the Story of the Founding of Coonamble", by John Leslie, published by Gibson, Stockton (n.d.); 15 photographs of early residents of the Coonamble district; copies of legal documents including land licenses for the period 1841-45 and tickets of leave for 1825-1828 (originals in the Mitchell Library), as well as marriage and burial certificates for 1841-47; photocopies of 2 plans, one showing north-west N.S.W. (1847) and the other, the town reserve at "Conamble" (sic) in the District of Bligh (1860) by Lewis Gordon, district surveyor. 3 folders, 15 photographs, 1 booklet, 2 maps 1825-1860. A433
COONBAH See under Fairbairn family history 1953. A372
COOPER, MISS Jenolan Caves Postcards c.1910 A855b
COORINGOORA STATION: RECORDS, Various account books dealing with the management of a pastoral business: a ledger, 1894-1929; a journal with wage, stock and shearing accounts, 1902-19, and a wages book, 1914-22, 1930-32; a CBC pass book belonging to Charles Bull, 1899-1901; and the Minutes of an annual general meeting of Bull Brothers, 25 Jan. 1902. 4 vols., 1 pass book. 1894-1932 A299
CORAKI See under Yabsley, William Jr., Diary, 1863-1902 Yabsley diaries, 1871-1877, 1902-22 1863-1902 A459
CORAKI SCHOOL OF ARTS: ANNUAL REPORT A draught of the Annual Report of the Coraki School of Arts for 1894, in the hand of John Mackinnon. 1 folder. 1894 A168a
CORAKI SCHOOL OF ARTS: RECORDS The main series is minute books of the Coraki School of Arts and Literary Institute (4 vols), 1900-31. The records of the Institute also include a subscribers' register (1928-37) and a library catalogue and accessions register (circa 1927-51); also the minutes of an affiliated group the Coraki Debating Society, in two volumes (1912-15 and 1915-18). At a Special General Meeting held on 8th December 1913, the rules of the old School of Arts were altered and the name of the organisation changed to The Coraki Literary Institute. The stated objects of the Institute were: "the mental and moral improvement and rational recreation of its members which shall be carried out by the opening of a library and reading room, the holding of lectures, readings and debates" etc. A new School of Arts building was officially opened in Coraki on 10th December, 1913. 8 vols. 1900-1951 A208
CORY PAPERS   1840-1848 A1115
CRADOCK, GRAMAN See under Thompson recollections 1912 A398
CRAIG, RICHARD: THE BIOGRAPHY OF RICHARD CRAIG Biographical article on Richard Craig from the time he arrived in N.S.W. when a boy in 1821 until his death in 1855, written by his great-granddaughter, Kathleen Simpson, 1965. Craig's name is associated with the early history of the Clarence River district, particularly in respect to his exploratory expeditions and skill as a drover and bush guide. TS., 22 pages. n.d. A335
CRAWFORD AND HILL PAPERS Personal and business correspondence of the Crawford and Hill families of "Moona Plains" and "Kunderang" stations. (Some of the private letters are from France, England, and Ireland.) As well, there are miscellaneous documents, some of a legal nature, relating to financial transactions re land and including copies of wills and birth certificates. There are also records of the Crawford lineage and miscellaneous photographs and newspaper cuttings dating from the Great War and earlier. A251a contains at least 40 letters. 5 folders, 1 large envelope. 1843-1934. A251a
CRAWFORD FAMILY See under Kunderang, Georges Creek: records 1872-1947 A268
CRAWFORD PHOTOGRAPHS, ARMIDALE, BRISBANE AND SYDNEY   1930-1967 A1344
CREEKLANDS DEVELOPMENT Newspaper articles on the diverting of Dumaresq Creek 1970-1977 A1441
CROW MOUNTAIN See under McKenzie, Malcolm M., of Crow Mountain, via Manilla: papers 1921-1945 A475
CROWLEY FAMILY HISTORY: A CROWLEY STORY. An article written by Mrs. Betty Crowley about the history of the Crowley family of Cobbadah Station, Barraba. 1 Folder. 1775-1983 A701
CROWLEY, MRS. BETTY See under Cobbadah Hotel, Barraba: records 1904&1909 A736
CROWN LANDS AGENT, BELLINGEN: RECORDS Records (mostly Registers) relating to the sale and lease of crown lands, 1863-1961, and the enclosure of roads and watercourses, 1902-37. A Guard Book contains circulars from the Under-Secretary of the Lands Department (Sydney), 1943-1952. 70 Volumes. 1863-1961 A428
CROWN LANDS AGENT, GLEN INNES: RECORDS Mostly Registers relating to the sale and lease of crown lands, 1857-1935. One Register deals with land leased for the purposes of mining gold, 1889-99. 29 vols 1857-1935 A443a
CROWN LANDS AGENT, GLEN INNES: RECORDS Records (mostly Registers) dealing with the sale and lease of crown lands, 1862-1969 and the enclosure of roads and watercourses, 1901-38; Guard Books containing circulars from the Under-secretary of the Department of Lands (Sydney), 1895-1960 and official notifications re land (mostly from the "Government Gazette"), 1897-1973; a Letterbook, 1916-17 and Despatch Book, 1893-1902; and miscellaneous Registers and Indexes. 77 vols., 9 folios. 1862-1969 A443
CUNINGHAME, ROBERT Devotional Journal c.1692 A983
CUNNINGHAM, ALLAN: ARTICLE ENTITLED ALLAN CUNNINGHAM: JOURNEY OF EXPLORATION 1827, THROUGH INVERELL, YALLAROI AND BINGARA SHIRES Narrative of Allan Cunningham's daily progress on his journey of exploration through the Inverell, Yallaroi and Bingara Shires in 1827, by J.R. Black, 1980 (typescript copy). Black's narrative is based on extracts from Cunningham's maps as well as secondary source material. 17 pages. 1980 A513
CUNNINGHAM, ALLAN: Maps of Allan Cunningham's line of exploration 1827 A513a
CURRAN PAPERS, HILLGROVE The papers, diaries and photographs of Dennis Curran dating between c. 1889 and 1916. Included among the papers are two correspondences to Dennis Curran sent in 1889 and 1890. The extensive collection of photographs contains pictures of both Hillgrove and Dorrigo. The Hillgrove photographs include several members of the Frew family who were related to the Currans by marriage. Dennis Curran was at various times employed at the Bakers Creek and Eleanora Mines. He later owned a hairdresser and tobacconist shop in Hillgrove, c1907. 5 Diaries, 23 Photographs and 1 Folder. c.1889-1916 A631
CURTIS COLLECTION PHOTOGRAPHS   1900s A1431
CURTIS See under Abbey Green Station, Llangothlin: records 1876,1911-48 A116
CURTIS, W., LTD, ARMIDALE AND URALLA: RECORDS Auditor's accounts and reports (3 vols.) For the financial years ending Aug. 1936 - Aug. 1938; and the final accounts in connection with the liquidation of the company covering the period Mar. - Nov. 1939. W. Curtis Ltd. Stores sold drapery, clothing and footwear. 1 large envelope. 1936-1939 A471
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SERIES TITLEDescriptionDate range Accession number
DALBY, QUEENSLAND See under Kalanga Station, Glen Innes: records 1861-1933 A216
DALEY, LOUISE TIFFANY: FURTHER PAPERS   1841-1967 A1302
DALEY, LOUISE TIFFANY: PAPERS   1837-1972 A101a, b
DALWOOD STATION See under Jeogla Station: records, 1869-70, 1900-03 Dinton Dalwood letters, 1827-1888. 1869-1870 & 1900-1903 A130
DANGAR See under diary of an unidentified passenger aboard the immigrant ship Strathdon, 15th September 1871 - 23rd December 1871. Myall Creek Station: address to the Inverell & District Family History Group 1871 A541
DANGAR FAMILY PAPERS Some business correspondence exchanged among R.C. Dangar, Henry Dangar, F.H. Dangar and A.H. Palmer, dating variously within the period 1857 - 1867; a small group of legal documents, mostly of a financial nature, from the same period; and a collection of copies of Dangar birth, marriage and death records. 18 folders. 1857-1922 A1017
DANGAR FAMILY PAPERS A large and varied collection of Dangar family and business documents, including inter aliis the marriage bond of William Dangar and Elizabeth Pike (1724), the Will of William Dangar of East Looe in Cornwall (1785), copies of the journals of Henry Dangar dealing with his survey of the Liverpool Range, c.1824 (of which the originals are held by the Mitchell Library), the agreement between Henry Dangar and the Australian Agricultural Company for Dangar's employment as a manager (1829), the Will of F.H. Dangar (1874-77), the Will of W.J. Dangar (1886), catalogues of the most impressive coin collection assembled by H.C. Dangar (1953), correspondence amongst Peter Dangar, E.C. Rowland and others on the history of the Dangar family (1947-52), the Will of M.M. Dangar (1956), the Will of L.A. Dangar (1957), records of Dangar land dealings in Sydney, the Hunter Valley, New England and Queensland, papers relating to the partnership of Dangar Bros (1870-97), correspondence on the management of Dangar properties in Cornwall (variously dated), and a small quantity of photographs. 3 metres, 4 photographs. 1716-1953. A344
DANGAR FAMILY: LECTURE "The Dangar Family In Singleton", 1994 A980
DANGAR LETTERBOOK Spencer's Journal, 1866-68. Microfilm copies of: (i) Business letterbook of A.A. Dangar, 1878-96 (M37); (ii) A short account of Thomas Spencer's trip to Australia, January 1866 - July 1868. (M38) Albert Augustus Dangar (1840-1913) was born at "Neotsfield" near Singleton, N.S.W., the fourth son of Henry Dangar, surveyor and pastoralist. As a boy he spent 3 years at sea; but in 1858 was placed at "Gostwyck" station, Uralla where he studied stock-breeding. In 1863, he took over the management of "Gostwyck" and other Dangar properties. A.A. Dangar was uniformly successful both as a stockbreeder and as a businessman. He died at Baroona near Singleton, on 5th April, 1913. 2 reels mfm. 1878-96 A235
DANGAR TRANSCRIPTS Copies of Dangar family correspondence, 1846-62, 1889-94. This accession also contains copies of a biography of William Dangar (1800-60) by Elisabeth Dangar, published 1964, and an explanation of the Last Will and Testament of Henry Dangar based on research by J.B. Dibbs (typescript, 1964). 7 folders, containing 47 letters. 1846-1894. A296, 296a
DANGAR, GEDYE & COMPANY: RECORDS Legal documents and related correspondence mainly concerned with the purchase or lease of land. Most conveyances relate to properties in the Sydney, Wollongong, Hunter and Kempsey districts of New South Wales; others to parts of Queensland. One agreement concerns the lease of the Currawong mine. These papers were passed to Dangar, Gedye & Co. Ltd. On 8th June 1904, with a covering letter saying that they were "found in clearing out one of our safes today" and adding that they "may be of value". 1 bundle 1830-1904. A247
DANGAR, HENRY See under Dangar Transcripts, 1846-1894. Dangar Family Papers, 1716-1953. 1846-1894 A296, A296A
DANGAR, HENRY: Letter 1826 A852
DANGAR, HENRY: PAPERS Photocopy of an agreement regarding terms of employment between the Australian Agricultural Company (on the one hand) and Henry Dangar (on the other), dated London, 21st August 1829; also a letter (of the same date) setting out restrictions on Dangar's conduct with respect to land held by him in the colony of N.S.W. There is an addendum to the agreement (signed by Parry) abrogating and declaring null and void the terms of the agreement, and releasing Dangar from the conditions and obligations thereof. The release is dated 5 June, 1833. (The original document is in A344). A microfilm copy is also available. 6 pp., 1 strip mfm. 1829. A285
DANGARSLEIGH MEMORIAL: DEDICATION Armidale Express Report and information related by R.L.H. Perrott re: the monument n.d. A1304
DANGAR TRANSCRIPTS Copies of Dangar family correspondence, this accession also contains copies of a biography of William Dangar (1800-60) by Elisabeth Dangar, published 1964 and an explanation of the Last Will and Testament of Henry Dangar based on research by J.B Dibbs 1878-96 A296, A296A
DARE, MATRON M., OF ASHFORD HOSPITAL, INVERELL   early 1960's A1190
DAVIDSON AND CURFEW PTY. LTD., EMMAVILLE: RECORDS The financial records of Davidson and Curnow Pty. Ltd., Emmaville from 1891 to 1967. The dockets and invoices of this company for the years 1926 to 1967 make up the bulk of this collection. Various articles and references used in everyday business also make up a part of this material. The accession is completed by the minutes of the Vegetable Creek Miner's Institute, Emmaville for the years 1935 to 1951. 10 Boxes, 5 Bundles, 1 Ledger. 1891-1967 A435
DAWSON RIVER See under Wongwibinda Station Wright family records, 1867-1920 A115
DAWSON, JOSEPH See under Casey Michael: probate certificate and land deeds, 1866-1889 A289, A289A
DAWSON, ROBERT L See under Richardson John: diary, 1838 A13
DEEPWATER See under Deepwater Station, Deepwater: records, 1845-1945 McSpedden's Hardware And Produce Store, Deepwater: records 1845-1945 A142
DEEPWATER STATION, DEEPWATER: RECORDS

"Deepwater"  station, situated about 12 miles north of Glen Innes, was taken up in 1839 by Charles  and Archibald Windeyer, with Archibald becoming sole owner in 1848. Following  Archibald's death in 1870 his son John, together with his brother-in-law, John  Donald Macansh, and nephew William T Cadell, ran "Deepwater" as a partnership. This  interesting and important record group includes station diaries (1845–92), correspondence  (1852, 1875 & 1889–1904) and accounts (1845–1945) all relating to "Deepwater".  In addition there are a diary (1892) and a station ledger (1897–1904) from Myall  Downs. An interesting account of a journey with cattle to Brunette Downs  appears in the diary of T.W. Macansh (1882). There are also some genealogical  notes (n.d.) re the Windeyer family of "Kinross". Archibald Windeyer arrived in  New South Wales from England in  1838. He bought "Kinross" (near Raymond Terrace in the Hunter Valley)  in 1840. "Kinross" became the family home from which he administered his various  pastoral interests. 35 vol., 1 box (pt).

1845-1945 A142
DENMAN See under Hungerford family history n.d. A387
DENNES, ON THE MANNING GORDON See under Manning River - Dennes Gordon: "Shipbuilding River 1834-1934 A416
DEPT. OF INDUSTRY, TECHNOLOGY AND COMMERCE: EDUCATION FOR ENTREPRENEURIAL ATTITUDES CONFERENCE PORTFOLIO   July, 1990 A1141
DIAMOND JUBILEE CELEBRATIONS, ARMIDALE See Armidale Anniversaries and Celebrations 1923, 1938 & 1963 A1006
DIARY OF AN UNIDENTIFIED PASSENGER ABOARD THE IMMIGRANT SHIP STRATHDON, 15TH SEPTEMBER 1871 - 23RD DECEMBER 1871 The author of this interesting journal may have come to the colony as a governess or superior domestic servant. It is to be noted that Mrs. Dangar's carriage was sent to collect her from the ship when it arrived in Sydney 1871 A541
DICKENS, E.B.L   1900 A320a
DINTON - DALWOOD LETTERS   1827-1888 A109
DODD RECORDS, 1876-1918; AND THE NEW STATE LEAGUE, (GLEN INNES) RECORDS Seven volumes of a Prescription Book, 1876-1918, and a large Journal, 1910-17, with general store accounts, kept by A.J. Dodd, a chemist in Glen Innes from 1873. Records of the Glen Innes branch of the New State League, 1920-23. These include the Minutes of the inaugural meeting (24 May, 1920) constitutions, correspondence, leaflets, accounts and a petition. 9 vols., 9 folders. 1920-1923 A275
DODDS FAMILY See under the Grange, Woolbrook: Dodds family records 1900-1982 A1336
DORRIGO See under Coffs Harbour And Dorrigo Advocate, 1923-1928, 1936. Coffs Harbour And Dorrigo Advocate, newspaper clippings 1923-36, 1961. Photographs of the North Coast Region, c.1915-1918 . A491
DORRIGO CO-OPERATIVE DAIRY COMPANY LIMITED A large body of material dealing with the internal organisation of a Co-operative dairy company. Company decisions, general business, correspondences. Etc. Are recorded in the general minute books, 1905-19, and the incomplete collection of director's minutes, 1905-47. Amongst the records are two sets of rules, one pub. In 1927 and the other in 1954. The accounts are dealt with in journals and ledgers, 1904-16. Further financial records include a mortgages book, 1907-34, lists of insurance policies and investments, and a butter suppliers' payment book, 1907-11. Half-yearly reports and balance sheets cover the period 1907-57. This accession also contains the minutes of meetings of the Maida Vale Co-Operative Factory Ltd., Ebor, 1923-47, and selected issues of the Don Dorrigo Gazette, 1952-59. 19 vols., 1 brochure, 1 envelope 1904-59. A188
DORRIGO CO-OPERATIVE DAIRY COMPANY LIMITED Four printed brochures. Two of them, published in 1905 and 1917, contain the rules of the company. A third, printed in 1924 by the N.S.W. Government Printer describes the model rules of a rural cooperative society and is labelled "DRAFT". The fourth brochure announces a new share issue by the Dorrigo Company in 1952. 4 brochures 1905-52. Al88a
DRAKE SCHOOL OF ARTS, DRAKE: RECORDS The minute books of the meetings of the governing committee of the Drake School of Arts from 1899-1909. 2 Volumes. 1899-1909 A269
DRUMMOND MEMORIAL SCHOOL: CENTENARY HISTORY   1990 A1181
DRUMMOND, DAVID HENRY: ARTICLE ENTITLED "DAVID HENRY DRUMMOND AND THE NEW ENGLAND MEDIA Manuscript of an article written by James Belshaw Jr. About the impact of the work of his grandfather, David Drummond on the newspaper and radio industries in New England. n.d. A484
DRUMMOND, DAVID HENRY: MEMORIAL COMMITTEE PAPERS Records of the Drummond Memorial Committee detailing its activities from the inauguration of the Memorial Appeal Fund in 1964 to the unveiling ceremony on 6th August, 1966. Includes correspondence, subscription lists, guest lists, copies of speeches made at ceremony and related newspaper cuttings. David Henry Drummond (1890-1965) born Sydney N.S.W. the son of Morris C. Drummond of Perthshire, Scotland. Drummond entered N.S.W. state politics in 1920 as Member for Northern Tablelands. State member for Armidale (1927-49), Minister for Education S.W. (1927-30, 1932-41). After the second world war Drummond entered Federal politics and became Member for New England in the Commonwealth parliament (1949-63). 3 Folders 1964-1966. A1b
DRUMMOND, DAVID HENRY: PAPERS A large and miscellaneous collection of papers of the late David Henry Drummond from every period of his political life. Many of these papers discuss two of his major interests, education and constitutional issues. A complete list of this material is available on request. David Henry Drummond (1890-1965) first entered public life in 1920 as one of the elected members to State Parliament from the Northern Tablelands. Upon the return of single-member seats in 1927, Drummond was elected the member for Armidale, the position he retained until 1949. Within the Country Party that he helped to create, he campaigned tirelessly for the separation of the New England region as a new state. In 1931 he was prominent in the merger of the New State Movement ideals with his political party to form the United Country Party. During this time, he also held the education portfolio through three successive governments. This emphasis on education was evident when, in 1929, he established the first rural teacher's college at Armidale, thus decentralising tertiary education in New South Wales. This commitment to rural education was also shown in his instrumental support of the creation of the New England University College in 1938. In 1949 David Henry Drummond won the seat of New England in the Federal Parliament and became an influential back-bencher with an interest in constitutional issues. He was also a member of the Joint Parliamentary Committee on Foreign Affairs from 1952 to 1961. David Henry Drummond retired from Federal Parliament in 1963. 20 Volumes, 37 Boxes. 1874-1965 A248
DRUMMOND PARK Photographs and documents relating to the development of the nature reserve c.1970 A1441
DUMARESQ DAM Environmental study of flora and fauna 1970-1977 A1441
DUMARESQ DAM AND OTHER PHOTOGRAPHS   n.d. A1163
DUMARESQ SHIRE COUNCIL: RECORDS A letterbook containing copies of various correspondences sent out by the Dumaresq Shire Council from 1906 to 1908. The earliest letters are addressed to the Undersecretary of the Public Works Department and essentially deal with the establishment of the Council and the election of its members. Originally, the letters were sent out by the Chairman of the Council, but later the job was taken up by the first Shire Clerk, Arthur Stacy. 1 Volume. 1906-1908 A354
DUMARESQ SHIRE COUNCIL: SECOND WORLD WAR MATERIALS   1939-47 A1168
DUMARESQ SHIRE COUNCIL: RECORDS A very large collection of correspondence, minutes, reports, registers and accounts recording the transactions of the Shire Council from its Inauguration until 1950. The group contains: minutes (1906-29); engineer's reports (1907-26, 1940-1); contract register (1907-24); index to correspondence (1927-31); subject files (1940's); ledgers (1907-12); journals (1907-48); cash book (1907-29) and newspaper cuttings book (1907-42). 20 ft. 1906-1950 A128
DUMARESQ, CAPTAIN WILLIAM JOHN Obituary of Captain William John Dumaresq 28/11/1868 A1481
DUMBLE STATION, BREWARRINA: RECORDS Correspondence, 1923-37 (including 5 vols. Of copies of letters sent to the Head Office of Goldsbrough, Mort & Co., Melbourne and it's Sydney office), 1944-45; a wide range of accounts including stores, domestic, plant and motor car expenditure, livestock, wages, 1923-64; production records such as wool press sheets, 1963-64; weekly and monthly station reports (probably for Head Office review), 1929, 1939-41, 1948; Stock Books, 1927-57. "Dumble" is near Goodooga, close to the Queensland border in the Brewarrina District 51 vols., 4 boxes, 2 folders, 5 bundles. 1923-67. A349
DUNBEACON, UPPER HORTON See under McDouall papers 1840-1930. A362
DUNDEE See under Ranger's Valley, Dundee: records, 1851-1894 A123
DUNGALEAR A variety of administrative and accounting records associated with the pastoral property Dungalear. The accounting records include an extensive collection of balance sheets for the years 1945-1974. The majority of letters in this material dating from 1923 to 1940 are between the manager of the property, F.M Makeig, and George Aitken a trustee of the estate of J.A. Campbell. 2 Boxes, 2 Photographs, 85 Volumes. c.1877-1974. A272
DUNGAY See under Retreat Farm (Dungay, Murwillumbah), 1910-27. A223
DURHAM COURT STUD, MANILLA: RECORDS Rations and wages book, 1910-21; plan of "Durham Court" Estate, showing subdivisions for auction sale, 9 March, 1908; valuation of land and stock, circa 1908; papers re stud horses and cattle. 1 box. 1877-1929. A112
DUTTON, LESLIE PHILLIP See under Urandangie, Guyra: records 1881-1958 A117
DYAMBERIN See under Wright, Cecil, diaries 1907-1954 A154B
DYRAABA, RICHMOND RIVER: ARTICLE ENTITLED PAGAN BROTHERS AND THE FIRST SQUATTAGE ON THE RICHMOND RIVER. A photostatic copy of an article entitled "Pagan Brothers and Dyraaba: The First Squattage on the Richmond River." The privately published article, written by W.J. Olley, offers notes on an historical problem. 1 Folder. 1988 A717a
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EAST-WEST AIRLINES , TAMWORTH: RECORDS 1954-1963. Thirteen pages of typescript (c.1960) containing general information about East-West Airlines including history, structure and aims, written for the use of staff, agents and the press; together with annual reports of the company, 1954-1963. 1 Folder. 1954-63 A244
EASTERN AUSTRALIA AIRLINES: Airlines vol. 12 Sept, Oct 1995 A1283
EATONSVILLE See under Mylne diaries, 1853-1902 sketches of Eatonsville Homestead 1956 A155
EATONSVILLE SKETCHES Three pencil sketches of Eatonsville drawn in 1956 by J.A. Sutherland. Two are scenes of the Clarence River and surrounding countryside. The third sketch is of an empty room at Eatonsville. 1 Folder. 1956. A145
EBOR See under Dorrigo Co-Operative Dairy Company Limited, 1904-1959. Urandangie, Guyra: records 1881-1958 A188
ECCLESTON See under Bates papers 1940-1976 A526, A526A
EDOLS LETTER Sentimental letter from Bob Edols to his newly engaged sweetheart Alice, dated Carpentaria Downs. 1894 A300
EDUCATION IN THE NEW ENGLAND AREA See Armidale Anniversaries and Celebrations 1923, 1938 & 1963 A1006
EDWARDS, ERIC / MURRAY VALLEY PRESS AND PARLIAMENTARY TOUR  1948 A808
EDWARDS FAMILY PAPERS A comprehensive collection of photographs, plans and personal and business papers relating to the Edwards property "Malvern Hill" at Dangarsleigh. The papers document Eric Edwards' career with the NSW Dept. Of Agriculture, U.N.E. and Dekalb Shand Seed Co mpany. See also A808 1920-1992  A1413 SEE ALSO A262 BOX 161 E.T. EDWARDS
EGAN PORTRAIT Framed portrait (c.1908) of Martin and Anastasia Egan, grandparents of the donor, Mrs Marie Alphonsus Edwards of Armidale. 1908 A1307
EGELEBRA See under Kater papers 1917-1962 A277
EIPPER, REV. A.J. See under Presbyterian Church, Port Macquarie c.1950 A1213d
ELEANORA MINES LTD. See under Hillgrove Mines 1906-1917 A6
ELLEM FAMILY TREE: BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES ON RICHARD ELLEM OF LANCASHIRE COUNTY, ENGLAND & HIS AUSTRALIAN DESCENDANTS An annotated family tree of the first, second and third generations of the Ellem family. Richard Ellem of Lancashire County, England was born in 1799 or 1800 and by 1971, when this family tree was compiled, his descendants had been settled in the Hawkesb ury region for quite some time. 1 Folder c.1799 -1971 A427
ELLIS, STEPHEN See under Wallabadah Station (hons. Thesis), 1965 A340
ELSEMORE: AFTERMATH OF STORM 1 photograph. n.d. A1021
EMMAVILLE See under Davidson and Curnow Pty. Ltd., Emmaville: records 1891-1967. A435
EMMAVILLE & DISTRICT HISTORY A booklet entitled The Creek: a History of Emmaville & District 1872-1972 by Ian Lobsey 1872-1972 A1452
ENGLAND, GEORGE See under Coffs Harbour Centenary, 1961 George England newspaper collection, 1923-36 North Coast region photographs c. 1915-1918 A191
ENMORE STATION See under Chevy Chase, Armidale: notebook and accounts 1877-97 A129
EUROKA: RADIO PLAY ENTITLED "WOOL AWAY". A radio play by T.J. O'Sullivan, the subject is the introduction of machine shearing at "Euroka" on the Barwon river. The play is set in 1885. n.d. A532
EUROPAMBELA See under Waterloo Station: records 1856-1857 A319
EUROPAMBELA STATION RECORDS Station diaries, probably belonging to C. Fenwicke, cover the period 1911-59. The station accounts include: ledgers, 1893-1895, 1922-1949; wages and ration Books, 1826-53; and a cashbook, 1943-56. Records of stock and produce include sheep returns, wool s ales books, 1935-1960 and a complete run of wool press books, 1928-1956. 58 Volumes. 1889-1960. A215
EVERETT See under Ollera, Guyra: writings on the history of the station 1838-c.1968 A103, A103C
EVERETT, ARTHUR See under Abbey Green Station via Llangothlin: records, 1876, 1911-1948. Ollera Station and Stratton Station, Guyra: records 1838-c.1968 A116
EVERETT, GEORGE See under Abbey Green Station via Llangothlin: records, 1876, 1911-1948. Ollera Station and Stratton Station, Guyra: records 1838-c.1968 A116
EVERETT, GEORGE, DIARY, 15 JUNE 1838-30 OCTOBER 1838 The diary of George Everett begins on the day that he and his brother John sailed from London to Melbourne and Sydney aboard the vessel Hope. The entries cease around the 30th of October, 1838, which is the day before the shipping records state that the H ope entered Sydney Harbour The Everett brothers subsequently left Sydney aboard the Maitland arriving at Newcastle on the 12th of November, 1838. At this point in time, they began their journey to the New England region. 1 Diary. 1838 A657
EVERETT, JOHN See under Abbey Green Station via Llangothlin: records, 1876, 1911-1948. Ollera Station and Stratton Station, Guyra: records, 1838-c.1968 A116
EVERY ESTATE PAPERS Documents dealing with the management of the estate of George Every (died 15 Jul. 1904). He owned a sheep farm a few miles out of Glen Innes, known as "Cherry Tree Hill". The farm and the Imperial Hotel in Glen Innes, with which he was associated, were bo th leased by his family after his death. The correspondence of W.S. Johnstone (executor and trustee) with lawyers, members of the Every family, the lessee of the farm and others, covers 1904-11 and 1917-35; and various account books, including a Ledger, c ash and receipt book, cheque butts and bank books, cover 1904-57. As well, there are detailed plans of the hotel by Chapman, architect of Inverell (n.d.) And some correspondence and receipts re conditional purchase in Bombala, 1881-1922, by Mary Armstrong . 3 vols., 1 Box, 9 cash receipt books, 31 cheque butts. 1881-1957. A294
EWINS, MRS. W See under sheet music: "The Armidale Galop." n.d. A487
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FADER, NORMAN Biographical materials 1935-36 & 1941-45 A943
FAIRBAIRN, CAPTAIN MURRAY: REMINISCENCES A typescript copy of the result of a fireside yarn between J.H. Fairbairn and Captain Murray Fairbairn of the British Army. The story, entitled "The History of the Fairbairn Clans, Three Branches, Old Timers and Reminiscences of Old Times," was told at Coombah station, Moree, on the night of the 7th of September, 1953. 1 Folder. 1953 A372
FANELLAN STATION, DEAN, VICTORIA See under McKenzie Family History 1979 A478
FARDELL FAMILY PAPERS  1952 & 1976 A1414
FARMERS' AND SETTLERS' ASSOC. OF N.S.W. - PAPERS  c.1945 - c.1950 A910
FARWELL, GEORGE See under Ogilvie of Yulgilbar: notes on farewell's Squatter's Castle. n.d. A446
FEDERATED CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE OF THE NORTHERN TABLE-LANDS AND NORTH-WESTERN SLOPES: MINUTES & CORRESPONDENCE  1945-1950 A1050
FENWICKE, C See under Europambela Station records 1889-1960 A215
FERRIS, E.C See under Bundarra Pastoral and Agricultural Society 1906-73 A489
FIELD, WILLIAM See under Casey probate certificate and land deeds 1866-89 A289, A289A
FITZGERALD FAMILY See under Buckley family of Armidale and Fitzgerald family of Uralla: papers c.1890-1950. A612
FITZPATRICK, DR. LOUIS, MEDICAL PRACTITIONER, PAPERS The miscellaneous papers of Dr. Louis Fitzpatrick relating both to his medical practice and his personal life in Australia and Ireland. The vast majority of the material comes from Fitzpatrick's personal account book in which he included numerous newspaper clippings, often written by or about himself. Also included in this book are numerous correspondences between Fitzpatrick and the Commercial Banking Company of Sydney as well as the Australasian Medical Society. Another part of this collection is the Guard Book of Louis Fitzpatrick for the years 1883-c.1903. The accession also contains the personal diary of Mrs. Agnes Helen Fitzpatrick (nee Scott), spanning the years 1903 to 1919. The station ledger and paddock book for Aberbaldie station in Walcha, owned by Agnes and her sisters from c.1886 until it was sold in 1898, is also among the material. The ledger encompass the years 1881 to 1911. 3 Ledgers, 1 Microfiche. 1865-1919. A417
FLETCHER BROTHERS, WALCHA: DAYBOOK This volume contains mainly wages accounts relating to pastoral properties of the Fletchers at Walcha. The earliest accounts are from "Cairnie"; but from January 1925 they relate to the property "Auchen Dhu". 1 vol. 1908-57 A121
FOCUS ON ARMIDALE Information booklet 1992 1992 A1060
FOLEY, WILLIAM, DIARY Transcript of the diary of William Foley, R.A.F. crewman shot down over France, covering the period of his evasion of capture by the occupying Germans, 12th April - 5th September, 1944. 1 Folder. 1944 A776
FORESTRY DEPT., N.S.W. - FORESTRY REPORTS OF N.-E. N.S.W Environmental impact study 1882 - 1924 A1144, A1441
FORSTER, G.E See under U.N.E. -Union, opening of the T.R. Forster Memorial Union photographs 1956 A741
FORSTER, JOSEPH: CONDITIONAL PARDON The original parchment copy of the Conditional Pardon granted to Joseph Forster by Governor Sir George Gipps. A photostatic copy of the 1853 Marriage Certificate of Archdeacon Coles Child and Mary Anne Susan Morse is also included in this material. Joseph Forster was the ancestor of T.R. Forster who granted Booloominbah to the University of New England in 1938. According to a handwritten note on the envelope containing the parchment, this conditional pardon was given to the Reverend Charles Markham Mills in the 1890's. Reverend Mills was the Rector of Denham in the Hunter Valley from 1876 to 1903. The marriage certificate included in this material is that of his wife's parents. 1 Folder 1845 A698
FORSYTH FAMILY See under Indenture of Pupillage 1877 A406
FRASER'S CREEK  1885-1953 A172
FREEDOM FROM HUNGER CAMPAIGN See under Armidale Freedom from Hunger Campaign: minutes 1962-63 A377
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GALLIPOLI See under Abbott papers 1897-1939. A224
GALLIPOLI MEMORIAL SERVICE A photostatic copy of the programme of the memorial service, held on the 13th of September, 1923, at Suvla Bay, Gallipoli, to honour all those of His Majesty's forces who fell there. The original of this document was amongst the papers of Able Seaman Edward George Padfield, R.N., who attended the service. This accession also includes a photograph of Anzac Cove and another photograph showing "where the ANZAC had to climb to fight the Turks." Able Seaman Edward George Padfield (1898 - 1990) served with the Royal Navy from 1914 to 1945, and subsequently settled in Australia. 2 Photographs, 1 Folder. 1923 1923 A719
GARA DAM See under Hillgrove Mechanics Institute: records 1894-1909 A9
GARDNER, WILLIAM Description of a map of Northern New South Wales. 1844-46 A237
GARDNER, WILLIAM: MANUSCRIPTS William Gardner's notes about five Northern Districts in N.S.W., 1846 and his map of districts beyond the boundary of location, 1844 (on microfilm). 1 microfilm reel, 1 map. 1844-46 A211
GARDNER, WILLIAM: TAMWORTH MANUSCRIPT A manuscript volume on microfilm by William Gardner, entitled "Productions and Resources of the Northern Districts of New South Wales", 1851, believed to be an early draft of two volumes in the Mitchell Library. The Archives also holds microfilm copies of these two volumes. The original was held by Mr. C.L. Brown of Somerton, near Tamworth, at the time the microcopy was made (c 1961). 1 microfilm reel 1851 A210
GARDNER, WILLIAM See under Maps of Armidale and the New England Region 1827-1922 A283
GEOLOGICAL PUBLICATIONS: GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF N.S.W. / BUREAU OF MINERAL RESOURCES   1950-1986 A939
GEURIE See under Murrumbidgerie Station, Geurie: records 1936-1959 A351
GHOST CALLED THUNDERBOLT Material gathered as an assessment and for the publication of a book on Captain Thunderbolt by Stephan Williams various A568
GIBSON FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHS   1909, 1953 & 1993 A883
GILBERT, LIONEL See under Waugh family "Guy Fawkes" Station 1962-64 A270
GILGANDRA See under Berida Station, Gilgandra: records 1891-1938 A396
GINERO I See under Witten, Mary Jesser: reminiscences c.1814-1875 A390
GIRARD, ALFRED M. See under Ohio, Walcha: letters received Jan-Mar 1858 A118
GLEN INNES See under Deepwater Station, Deepwater: records, 1845-1945 Dodd records, 1876-1918; and the New State League, (Glen Innes)Dufty Prints, c.l914-20. Every Estate papers, 1881—1957 Gordon Papers, 1765-1880. Kalanga Station, Glen Innes: records Ranger's Valley, Dundee: records, 1851-94 Urandangie, Guyra: records, 1881-1958 Waterloo Pastoral Company, Glen Innes: records, 1885-1953 Waterloo Station photographs, c.19l0-17.Aerial mapping photographs 19985. Conservation study of Grey St Precinct and its historical significance 1982. Forestry study by INSPECT   
GLEN INNES SCHOOL OF ARTS, GLEN INNES: RECORDS The minute books of the Committee governing the Glen Innes School of Arts for the years 1900 to 1930. 1 Microfiche. 1900-1930 A261 MISSING
GLENARIFF STATION, BYROCK: RECORDS "Glenariff" is a large station in the Western Division of N.S.W., about 50 miles to the south-east of Bourke. In 1912, it belonged to Garret Byrnes; but by 1914 (when the diaries commence) had passed to Allan Waugh. One of the main series in the record group is the station diaries (32 vols), 1914-15, 1917-46 kept by a succession of managers. Another important series is the letterbooks (l3 vols) 1939-49, in which are copies of letters (reports) sent by the current manager to the owner. A related series is drafts of letters sent (manager to owner), 1932-5. Account books re "Glenariff" are disappointedly few in number, and patchy in coverage: store accounts (1908-13); miscellaneous accounts (1912-13, 1927). A wages and rations book (1919-25) and ledger and wages book (1928-39) make up the balance of the accession. 1908-46 A163
GLENCOE PATRIOTIC ASSOCIATION See under Jones, Jack and Walter: letters 1918-1919 A744
GLENDON STATION: RECORDS A Stock Book, 1872-83, containing information about sheep, goats, cattle and horses, as well as a Store Ledger, 1882-89, and a Day Book, 1883-89. 3 vols 1872-89. A273
GLENSHEIL STATION, LLANGOTHLIN: RECORDS Microfilm copies of two ledgers in which are recorded transactions relating to the running of "Glensheil" station at Llangothlin (near Guyra). The second reel (1935-56) includes a diary and notebook. 2 clips mfm. 1909-1956 A104
GLOVER, ANNA The Performing Arts in New England: papers 1970's - 1980's A970
GLYDE, MARY ANNE The Mary Anne Glyde Collection n.d. A897
GOBBERT FAMILY CORRESPONDENCE   n.d. A1198
GOLDSBROUGH, MORT & CO See under Dumble Station, Brewarrina: records 1923-67 A349
GOLDSWORTH STATION: RECORDS The records of "Goldsworth", a pastoral station owned by Vickers: two volumes of Letterbooks written by station managers, one of them including a few casually drawn sketches and a detailed inventory of the furniture, cutlery etc. In the manager's house; three diaries dealing with day-to-day management, 1897(?), 1900, 1903; Ledgers, 1904-15, 1937-49, one of them containing children's' drawings; two series of Cashbooks, 1901-12, 1929-49; a Day Book; Stock Books, 1910-l4. Other Account Books deal with various aspects of station life, 1906-13, 1943 on "Goldsworth" as well as "Torryburn" and "Standbye", also owned by Vickers, 1905-19. 33 vols. 1898-1959 A346
GOODOOGA See under Dumble Station, Brewarrina: records 1923-67. A349
GOONDABLUI See under Agreement between Walter, John and Christopher Bagot of Cambo Cambo and Ben Lomond Stations 1863 A241
GOONDIWINDI See under Welltown, Goondiwindi: records 1882-1946 A100
GORDON FAMILY PAPERS, ARGYLE STATION Miscellaneous papers, including letters, deposited by Commander G.S. Gordon of "Argyle" Station (west of Glen Innes). Much of the material pre-dates the establishment of "Argyle" Station and relates to the Mcdonald, Sutherland and Gordon families and to places other than Australia. One item which does relate to Australia consists of notes made by William Gordon (later a member of the Victorian parliament) for an electoral speech in 1886. 1 Folder. 1765-1880 A253
GORDON PAPERS, 1851-1854, AND THE OBITUARY NOTICES OF HUNTLY BRODIE MACKAY Pages from an old notebook, apparently an incomplete transcript of a now lost original, containing the log of William I.S. Mackay's journey from New York City to Port Philip aboard the William Frothingham. The log commences on the 28th of August, 1852 and ends mid-sentence on the 1st of October, on which day the ship crossed the equator. This notebook also includes a brief poem addressed from Chatham to an unnamed lady on St. Valentine's Day, 1851, as well as a letter to the British Consul at Tahiti from the passengers aboard the Melbourne packet from Port Philip to Callao. The passengers were complaining about the extortions of a Captain Hardy Photocopies of the obituary notices of Captain Huntly Brodie Mackay, who died in East Africa, are also included in this collection. The obituary notices come from the Montreal Witness, printed on the 18th of July, 1891. H.B. Mackay was a close relative of the Gordon family. In fact, according to the depositor, Commander G.S. Gordon, both his father and son carry the name of Huntly. 1 Folder. 1891 A357a
GOSTWYCK See under Dangar letterbook, 1878-96; Spencer's journal 1866-68 A235
GOSTWYCK SHIRE COUNCIL See under Uralla Shire Council records 1882 A677
GRAFTON SEE UNDER Grafton history (Davies), 1951 Lowe, C. Bruce (1845 - 1894): Biographical article McKay papers re: MT. Lindesay, 1934-52 O'Brien, A.D., papers re New State Movement etc. Smith (Avery), Mary Anne, diaries of, 1898, 1900 Smith, Harry Avery: memoirs (extracts), 1941, 1943   
GRAFTON DAILY EXAMINER CENTENARY SUPPLEMENT The centenary supplement of the Grafton Daily Examiner celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Grafton City Council and published in 1959. The centenary supplement was published in three parts on the 20th of July, the 25th of August and the 16th of September. 1 Oversized Folder 1959 A518
GRANGE, THE, WOOLBROOK: DODDS FAMILY RECORDS Personal and station records of the Dodds family of "The Grange", Woolbrook, including account books, newspaper cuttings, correspondence, photographs, maps and a minute book for 1907 from the Woolbrook Farmers' and Settlers' Association 1900-1982 A1336
GRAZIERS' ASSOCIATION OF N.S.W. - ANNUAL REPORT   1974 A903
GRAZIERS' ASSOCIATION OF NEW SOUTH WALES, ARMIDALE BRANCH: RECORDS The minute book of the general meeting of the Armidale branch of the Graziers' Association of New South Wales. The minute book contains the records of the meetings of this branch held between 1956 and 1977. 1 Volume. 1956-1977 A495
GRAZIERS' ASSOCIATION OF NEW SOUTH WALES, URALLA LOCAL COMMITTEE: RECORDS The minutes of the meetings of the Uralla Local Committee of the Grazier's Association of New South Wales. The minutes run from December of 1964 to December of 1977. 1 Volume. 1964-1977. A462
GREEN, CHARLES A. See under Waverley Station, G Gundy: records 1914-1961. A271
GREENWELLS STATION: RECORDS A letter addressed to Captain William Richards of Winterbourne dated Deal, 31 Aug. 1835 and a Stock Book, 1837-68, 1940-59. The Stock Book records information about stock (horses, cattle, working bullocks and dogs) on "Greenwells", a small property near Walcha, and "Emu Creek". 1 Vol., 1 letter 1835-1959. A220
GREENWELLS, WALCHA: ALBUM Verses written by Commissioner G.J. MacDonnell. Microfilm of an album loaned for copying by Mr. L.R.H. Elliott of "Greenwells", Walcha. George J. MacDonnell was the first Commissioner of Crown Lands on the northern tablelands. He established his headquarters at Armidale in 1839. 1 reel mfm c.1839 A278
GRESFORD See under Boydell family letters, 1829-1847 A281
GREW, HENRY CHARLES, DIARY Diary of Henry Charles Grew, (1851-1932) entitled "Sailing South in the Seventies",) describes his journey from England to Australia (xerox copy). 42 pp. 1877-78. A282
GREY ST PRECINCT GLEN INNES Study and recommendations for its conservation and enhancement undertaken for Glen Innes Municipal Council 1982 A1439
GRIFFITH TAYLOR COLLECTION: PAPERS AND SPECIMENS OF PROFESSOR THOMAS GRIFFITH TAYLOR The Griffith Taylor Collection consists of original letters, journals, sketches, copies of publications, geological specimens and various items of equipment. The greater part of the material in the collection relates to Captain Robert Falcon Scott's British Antarctic Expedition of 1910 - 1913, of which Griffith Taylor was a member. Also contains various photographs 8 Boxes, 5 Folders and 1 Book. 1856-1960. A714
GROWERS' DEFENCE COMMITTEE: RECORDS Minutes, reports, press-statements, circulars and correspondence of the Growers' Defence Committee, which was set up on 14th November, 1958 as a combined action group to represent various existing associations of fruit and vegetable growers in New South Wales. The main object of the Committee was "to oppose, by all means within its power, the application for an increase in the maximum commission permissible to Licensed Farm Produce Agents submitted by the Chamber of Fruit and Vegetable Industries ..." [Minutes, 14/11/58]. Also included in this accession are two volumes of transcripts of evidence given before the Industrial Commission of N.S.W., 1958-59 [ts., 1330 pp.] After being inactive for almost six years, the Growers' Defence Committee was dissolved by agreement at a final meeting held in the boardroom of the Potato Growers' Association, Flemington, Sydney on 22nd June, 1971. 2 vols, 10 folders (?) 1958-1965, 1971. A240
GULLIGAL See under Casey probate certificate and land deeds, 1866-89 A289 & A289A
GUNDY See under Northern New States League: papers, 1921-24 Waverley Station, Gundy: records, 1914-1961 1921-1924 & 1914-1961 A219 & A271
GUNNEDAH AND DISTRICT HISTORICAL SOCIETY MISC. RECORDS AND PUBLICATIONS   c.1941-1995 A1043
GUNNEDAH AND DISTRICT: ROLL OF MEN WHO DIED ON MILITARY SERVICE   1941 45 A1231
GUNNEDAH COLLIERY COMPANY: RECORDS A collection of business records including: half-yearly reports and balance sheets, 1889 - 1940 (incomplete); miscellaneous correspondence, 1897 - 1947; papers re supply of coal, 1918 - 21; correspondence re renewal of mineral leases, 1920 - 40; application to increase coal price, 1941 - 43; monthly minutes of directors, July 1932 - July 1951 (1 vol.) And auditors' reports, 1909 - 47. 1 vol., 1 box 1889-1951 A257
GUY FAWKES STATION See under Waugh family "Guy Fawkes" Station 1962-64 A270
GUYRA See under Agreement between Walter, John and Christopher Bagot of Cambo Cambo and Ben Lomond Stations, 1863. Bald Blair Station: records, 1912-1938 Pearson's Sawmills, Guyra: records, 1886-1893 Urandangie Station, Guyra: records, 1881-1958 Aerial mapping photographs from 1951-1985   
GUYRA DISTRICT WAR MEMORIAL HOSPITAL See under Armidale and New England Hospital: annual reports 1982-88 A1189
GUYRA TROUT HATCHERY Mr John Devlin 1941 A953
GUYRA, THE ORIGIN OF THE STREET NAMES   n.d. A772
GUYRA: ARTICLE ENTITLED HISTORY OF GUYRA FROM FOUNDATION OF TOWN TO PRESENT DAY A photostatic copy of an article entitled "History of Guyra from Foundation of Town to Present Day". The article was written by John Richardson in 1959. At this time Richardson held the position of Shire Clerk with the Guyra Shire Council. 1 Folder. 1959 A15
GUYRA: BACK TO GUYRA SOUVENIR BROADSHEET   Oct 1983 A1252
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SERIES TITLEDescriptionDate range Accession number
HAMMOND, SIR JOHN: Reprint Collection n.d. A918
HAREWOOD ISLAND Refer Cameron family shipping documents 1940-1950 A1437
HARGRAVE PAPERS Photostat copies of the various business and personal papers of Edward Edmund Hargrave. Included in the personal correspondence are two letters from his brother Henry Hargrave and one from his wife. 1 Folder. 1853-1858 A716
HARGRAVE, RICHARD, DIARY The Archives holds two versions of this diary, one which is a photocopy of the original manuscript and one which is a typescript copy of the ms. The diary covers Hargrave's voyage to Australia, his arrival in New South Wales and his treatment at the hand of those to whom he carried letters of introduction. 12 Dec 1838 - 2 Apr 1839 A516
HARGRAVES, EDWARD HAMMOND Thesis entitled "Edward Hammond Hargraves: the gold discovery and the crisis of copy of BA.(honours.) thesis entitled "Edward Hammond Hargraves: the gold discovery and the crisis of 1851", by Julia Clifford (a descendant of EH. Hargraves). with the thesis are some photocopies of correspondence between W.H. Hargraves and various government officials supporting the view that his father should be given full recognition as the first discoverer of "The Auriferous Wealth of Eastern Australia"; the originals of which are in the Mitchell library or the N.S.W. state archives. in addition, there is a microfilm (m41) for which a contents list is available from the archivist. thesis (94 pp.), l folder, 1 reel mfm. 1860-1925 A242
HAROLDSTON STATION See under Chevy Chase, Armidale: notebook and accounts 1877-1897 A129
HARRISON, P.N Papers-New England New State Movement 1950s and 60s 1950's - 1960's A1427
HASTINGS RIVER HISTORICAL SOCIETY: RECORDS Photocopies of selected records from the collection of the HRHS in Port Macquarie (where the originals remain). They include: (i) "Old Port Macquarie/Fragments of its History" (TS., In 50 parts) by T. Dick; (ii) Memoirs of Mr. Alex. B. Butler; (iii) Kemp Papers; (iv) Wilson Diary (1867) (v) Port Macquarie Post Office History (from Kennedy Memoirs); (vi) Papers re erection of court-house, lock-up and National school, Port Macquarie; (vii) "Old Port Macquarie" by Ernest A. Mowle; (viii) Memoirs of Mrs. J.H. Young (1961); (ix) Correspondence re Capt. J. Rolland; (x) Letters, cuttings, notes and other papers by and about Louis Becke, novelist and adventurer of the South Seas; (xi) "County Kelly" by Edward Hunt (based on the life of Isabella Kelly); (xii) Note s on Robert Woodland of Bellangry (3pp.); (xiii) Extracts from "John Verge", by W.G. Verge; (xiv) Latimore Papers; (xv) Parker Papers (2 folders) - Books I to IV and V to VII; (xvi) The Fattorini Papers. 5 in various A451
HAVILAH STATION, MUDGEE: WHITE FAMILY RECORDS Miscellaneous records of the White family. The diary of Henry C. White covers the period lst April 1861 - 9th Feb. 1863. His portrait is one of a collection of 48 formal portraits of family members. The earliest record in this accession refers to the nava l service of Alex Belle Lowe, 8th Aug. 1826. A map (1893) of Samuel Graves Irwin's grant on the Hunter River, together with a copy of the deed, dated 21st Jan. 1839, form part of this accession. A small amount of material including correspondence and birt h certificates, relates to the genealogies of the Irvine, Lowe and White families. A memorandum, dated 1958 deals with the origin of the name "Havilah". 2 vols., L microfilm reel, 6 folders, l envelope. 1826 - 1958 A256
HAWKE, W.J. AND CO. AUCTIONEERS: RECORDS: 1905, 1909, 1929-1944. These business papers include a wide variety of items from the Registering of patents to the re-registration for a license of the company, itself. Also included is the record of the income and expenditures of this Armidale company. These figures are mad e even more complete by the inclusion of both Cash Journals and Bank Pass Books. 1 Ledger and 1 Box. 1905, 1909, 1929-44 A662
HAWKESBURY POTATO GROWERS' CO-OPERATIVE LTD RECORDS The miscellaneous rules and records of the Hawkesbury Potato Growers' Co-operative Ltd spanning the years 1950 to 1970. This material contains the minutes of both the annual general meetings and the meetings of the Board of Directors for this entire peri od. Also included are (i) the balance sheets for the years 1951 to 1969, (ii) the rules of the Potato Growers' Co-operative dated the 9th of October 1950, (iii) the Windsor and Richmond Gazette for the 12th of August 1964, which features an article entit led "Battle for Control of Potato Co-Op." 4 Volumes, 2 Folders. 1950-1970. A4l9
HAWKESBURY RIVER FLOOD INVESTIGATION TRUST: RECORDS The minutes of the annual meetings and various records of the Hawkesbury River Flood Investigation Trust for the years 1962 to 1970. Included among this material are miscellaneous reports and related correspondences for the years 1966 to 1968. There is also a 1962 report by Professor C.H. Munro on the effects of the Warragamba Dam on flooding in the Hawkesbury Valley. 3 Folders. 1962-1970 A386
HENNESSY, THOMAS See under Macleay River Historical Society: records 1860-1915 A302a
HERBERT PARK STATION, ARMIDALE: RECORDS A station ledger from the Herbert Park Station which records the years 1928-1938. Herbert Park Station was owned at some period during the 1920's by R.C. Jenkins and later by A.E. Cobcroft. 1 ledger. 1928-1938 A617
HEWITT, NORMAN C See under Richardson, John, diary of 1838 A13
HEWITT, T.G See under Tenterfield District Historical Society: records 1902-40 A16
HILL See under Crawford papers 1843-1934 A251A
HILL E.A See under Ollera Station, Guyra: records 1838 - c.l968 A103
HILLGROVE See under Armidale, Hillgrove and Uralla Courthouses: records 1856-1957 A384
HILLGROVE CENTRAL SCHOOL Slides c.1900 A866
HILLGROVE COURTHOUSE See under Armidale, Hillgrove and Uralla Courthouses: records 1856-1957 A384
HILLGROVE MECHANICS INSTITUTE: RECORDS, 1894-1909, AND PHOTOGRAPHS OF HILLGROVE A minute book of the Hillgrove Mechanic's Institute, and three photographs of Hillgrove scenes: the building of Gara Dam for Hillgrove's electricity supply taken in about 1892-93; the Styx River Hydro-electric scheme, 1908; and a bullock team (n.d.). 1 v ol, 3 photos 1892-1893, 1908. A9
HILLGROVE MINE PHOTOGRAPH Photograph of an accident scene at the Hillgrove mine 1 Photograph c. 1880 A420
HILLGROVE MINE Photograph of the Hillgrove Mine n.d. A1457
HILLGROVE MINES A manuscript account by Geo. Smith of a fatal accident at the Baker's Creek mine, on 23rd July, 1913; together with three photographs of the disaster. Associated with this group is a production record book of Eleanora Mines Ltd., Dated 1906 - 1917. 1 Vol. , 1 manuscript page, 3 photographs 1906-1917 A6
HILLGROVE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL: RECORDS The various financial records of the Hillgrove Municipal Council from 1900-1924. These records include the bank passbooks for the various Council services along with the Record of Expenses and the Butts of the Notification of Valuation and Rates. The re ceipt books for the General rate, Water rate and Sanitary services can also be found among this material. 1 Box 1900-1924 A659
HILLGROVE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL: RECORDS This collection contains ledgers, a journal and a cash book relating to the general fund and normal revenue and expenditures of the Hillgrove Municipal Council. Also included in this collection are the records of the specific transactions for Sanitary se rvices performed by the Council. The Hillgrove Municipal Council amalgamated in 1923 with the Dumaresq Shire Council and thereafter all of its business transactions became a part of the Shire Council records. 4 Ledgers, 2 Cash Books, 1 Journal and 1 Regi ster. 1908-c.1925 A620
HILLGROVE PHOTOGRAPHS Copies of thirty-one photographs taken at Hillgrove. Many of them show public school children engaged in classroom and outdoor activities. Others relate to mining ventures. All are undated except for a group photograph of the Hillgrove Public School's tea ching staff taken in 1901. 31 Photographs c.1901 A267
HILLGROVE STATION, CHARTERS TOWERS: RECORDS One cattle book, 1887-1907 from "Hillgrove" Station, a pastoral property near Charters Towers in Queensland. 1 vol. 1887-1907 Al67
HILLGROVE: RECORDS A collection of miscellaneous records relating to three Hillgrove institutions ( the Cottage Hospital, the Catholic Church, and the local Rifle Club) for the period 1897-1911. There are also Minutes and other papers of the Armidale Rifle Club, 1907-1923. 5 vols., 1 letter 1897-1923. A202
HISTORIC HOMES, ARMIDALE Terrill family home at 159 Taylor S; Lourdes Hill and Sudan (same house) in Galloway St 1927-1967 A1436 A1441
HODGSON'S PHARMACY Prescription books 1964-1989 A1449
HOLCOMBE DIARIES See under Weeta Waa / Wee Wa records 1863-1954 A111
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS AND OINTMENTS See under Advertising leaflet, Holloway's Pills and Ointments 1892 A712
HOLSTEIN ESTATE See under Schrader, Ludwig, diary 1873-1874 A233
HORBURY HUNT'S ARMIDALE Booklet written by Bruce Mitchell with the assistance of the Arts Council of NSW 15/10/1995 A1216
HOUSE ON THE HILL Publication by Bruce Mitchell 1988 A838
HOWELL, ROBYN See under Aboriginal Language Studies 1981 A502
HUGHES, DAVIS Article 1993 A771
HUNGERFORD See under Barraba: Hungerford's Trucks, photographs 1934-38, 1952 A500
HUNGERFORD FAMILY HISTORY: BAERAMI STATION A history of the Hungerford family, mainly biographical accounts of Captain Emmanuel Hungerford, who emigrated to Australia in 1828, and two of his sons: Septimus, first resident clergyman in Armidale; and Thomas, grazier of Baerami Station, near Denman. (Typescript article with manuscript note attached.) 27 pp fcp n.d. A387
HUNTER VALLEY RESEARCH FOUNDATION: THE URBAN PATTERN OF THE HUNTER VALLEY   1963 A767
SERIES TITLE Description Date Range Accn.
HAMMOND, SIR JOHN: Reprint Collection n.d. A918
HAREWOOD ISLAND Refer Cameron family shipping documents 1940-1950 A1437
HARGRAVE PAPERS Photostat copies of the various business and personal papers of Edward Edmund Hargrave. Included in the personal correspondence are two letters from his brother Henry Hargrave and one from his wife. 1 Folder. 1853-1858 A716
HARGRAVE, RICHARD, DIARY The Archives holds two versions of this diary, one which is a photocopy of the original manuscript and one which is a typescript copy of the ms. The diary covers Hargrave's voyage to Australia, his arrival in New South Wales and his treatment at the hand of those to whom he carried letters of introduction. 12 Dec 1838 - 2 Apr 1839 A516
HARGRAVES, EDWARD HAMMOND Thesis entitled "Edward Hammond Hargraves: the gold discovery and the crisis of copy of BA.(honours.) thesis entitled "Edward Hammond Hargraves: the gold discovery and the crisis of 1851", by Julia Clifford (a descendant of EH. Hargraves). with the thesis are some photocopies of correspondence between W.H. Hargraves and various government officials supporting the view that his father should be given full recognition as the first discoverer of "The Auriferous Wealth of Eastern Australia"; the originals of which are in the Mitchell library or the N.S.W. state archives. in addition, there is a microfilm (m41) for which a contents list is available from the archivist. thesis (94 pp.), l folder, 1 reel mfm. 1860-1925 A242
HAROLDSTON STATION See under Chevy Chase, Armidale: notebook and accounts 1877-1897 A129
HARRISON, P.N Papers-New England New State Movement 1950s and 60s 1950's - 1960's A1427
HASTINGS RIVER HISTORICAL SOCIETY: RECORDS Photocopies of selected records from the collection of the HRHS in Port Macquarie (where the originals remain). They include: (i) "Old Port Macquarie/Fragments of its History" (TS., In 50 parts) by T. Dick; (ii) Memoirs of Mr. Alex. B. Butler; (iii) Kemp Papers; (iv) Wilson Diary (1867) (v) Port Macquarie Post Office History (from Kennedy Memoirs); (vi) Papers re erection of court-house, lock-up and National school, Port Macquarie; (vii) "Old Port Macquarie" by Ernest A. Mowle; (viii) Memoirs of Mrs. J.H. Young (1961); (ix) Correspondence re Capt. J. Rolland; (x) Letters, cuttings, notes and other papers by and about Louis Becke, novelist and adventurer of the South Seas; (xi) "County Kelly" by Edward Hunt (based on the life of Isabella Kelly); (xii) Note s on Robert Woodland of Bellangry (3pp.); (xiii) Extracts from "John Verge", by W.G. Verge; (xiv) Latimore Papers; (xv) Parker Papers (2 folders) - Books I to IV and V to VII; (xvi) The Fattorini Papers. 5 in various A451
HAVILAH STATION, MUDGEE: WHITE FAMILY RECORDS Miscellaneous records of the White family. The diary of Henry C. White covers the period lst April 1861 - 9th Feb. 1863. His portrait is one of a collection of 48 formal portraits of family members. The earliest record in this accession refers to the nava l service of Alex Belle Lowe, 8th Aug. 1826. A map (1893) of Samuel Graves Irwin's grant on the Hunter River, together with a copy of the deed, dated 21st Jan. 1839, form part of this accession. A small amount of material including correspondence and birt h certificates, relates to the genealogies of the Irvine, Lowe and White families. A memorandum, dated 1958 deals with the origin of the name "Havilah". 2 vols., L microfilm reel, 6 folders, l envelope. 1826 - 1958 A256
HAWKE, W.J. AND CO. AUCTIONEERS: RECORDS: 1905, 1909, 1929-1944. These business papers include a wide variety of items from the Registering of patents to the re-registration for a license of the company, itself. Also included is the record of the income and expenditures of this Armidale company. These figures are mad e even more complete by the inclusion of both Cash Journals and Bank Pass Books. 1 Ledger and 1 Box. 1905, 1909, 1929-44 A662
HAWKESBURY POTATO GROWERS' CO-OPERATIVE LTD RECORDS The miscellaneous rules and records of the Hawkesbury Potato Growers' Co-operative Ltd spanning the years 1950 to 1970. This material contains the minutes of both the annual general meetings and the meetings of the Board of Directors for this entire peri od. Also included are (i) the balance sheets for the years 1951 to 1969, (ii) the rules of the Potato Growers' Co-operative dated the 9th of October 1950, (iii) the Windsor and Richmond Gazette for the 12th of August 1964, which features an article entit led "Battle for Control of Potato Co-Op." 4 Volumes, 2 Folders. 1950-1970. A4l9
HAWKESBURY RIVER FLOOD INVESTIGATION TRUST: RECORDS The minutes of the annual meetings and various records of the Hawkesbury River Flood Investigation Trust for the years 1962 to 1970. Included among this material are miscellaneous reports and related correspondences for the years 1966 to 1968. There is also a 1962 report by Professor C.H. Munro on the effects of the Warragamba Dam on flooding in the Hawkesbury Valley. 3 Folders. 1962-1970 A386
HENNESSY, THOMAS See under Macleay River Historical Society: records 1860-1915 A302a
HERBERT PARK STATION, ARMIDALE: RECORDS A station ledger from the Herbert Park Station which records the years 1928-1938. Herbert Park Station was owned at some period during the 1920's by R.C. Jenkins and later by A.E. Cobcroft. 1 ledger. 1928-1938 A617
HEWITT, NORMAN C See under Richardson, John, diary of 1838 A13
HEWITT, T.G See under Tenterfield District Historical Society: records 1902-40 A16
HILL See under Crawford papers 1843-1934 A251A
HILL E.A See under Ollera Station, Guyra: records 1838 - c.l968 A103
HILLGROVE See under Armidale, Hillgrove and Uralla Courthouses: records 1856-1957 A384
HILLGROVE CENTRAL SCHOOL Slides c.1900 A866
HILLGROVE COURTHOUSE See under Armidale, Hillgrove and Uralla Courthouses: records 1856-1957 A384
HILLGROVE MECHANICS INSTITUTE: RECORDS, 1894-1909, AND PHOTOGRAPHS OF HILLGROVE A minute book of the Hillgrove Mechanic's Institute, and three photographs of Hillgrove scenes: the building of Gara Dam for Hillgrove's electricity supply taken in about 1892-93; the Styx River Hydro-electric scheme, 1908; and a bullock team (n.d.). 1 v ol, 3 photos 1892-1893, 1908. A9
HILLGROVE MINE PHOTOGRAPH Photograph of an accident scene at the Hillgrove mine 1 Photograph c. 1880 A420
HILLGROVE MINE Photograph of the Hillgrove Mine n.d. A1457
HILLGROVE MINES A manuscript account by Geo. Smith of a fatal accident at the Baker's Creek mine, on 23rd July, 1913; together with three photographs of the disaster. Associated with this group is a production record book of Eleanora Mines Ltd., Dated 1906 - 1917. 1 Vol. , 1 manuscript page, 3 photographs 1906-1917 A6
HILLGROVE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL: RECORDS The various financial records of the Hillgrove Municipal Council from 1900-1924. These records include the bank passbooks for the various Council services along with the Record of Expenses and the Butts of the Notification of Valuation and Rates. The re ceipt books for the General rate, Water rate and Sanitary services can also be found among this material. 1 Box 1900-1924 A659
HILLGROVE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL: RECORDS This collection contains ledgers, a journal and a cash book relating to the general fund and normal revenue and expenditures of the Hillgrove Municipal Council. Also included in this collection are the records of the specific transactions for Sanitary se rvices performed by the Council. The Hillgrove Municipal Council amalgamated in 1923 with the Dumaresq Shire Council and thereafter all of its business transactions became a part of the Shire Council records. 4 Ledgers, 2 Cash Books, 1 Journal and 1 Regi ster. 1908-c.1925 A620
HILLGROVE PHOTOGRAPHS Copies of thirty-one photographs taken at Hillgrove. Many of them show public school children engaged in classroom and outdoor activities. Others relate to mining ventures. All are undated except for a group photograph of the Hillgrove Public School's tea ching staff taken in 1901. 31 Photographs c.1901 A267
HILLGROVE STATION, CHARTERS TOWERS: RECORDS One cattle book, 1887-1907 from "Hillgrove" Station, a pastoral property near Charters Towers in Queensland. 1 vol. 1887-1907 Al67
HILLGROVE: RECORDS A collection of miscellaneous records relating to three Hillgrove institutions ( the Cottage Hospital, the Catholic Church, and the local Rifle Club) for the period 1897-1911. There are also Minutes and other papers of the Armidale Rifle Club, 1907-1923. 5 vols., 1 letter 1897-1923. A202
HISTORIC HOMES, ARMIDALE Terrill family home at 159 Taylor S; Lourdes Hill and Sudan (same house) in Galloway St 1927-1967 A1436 A1441
HODGSON'S PHARMACY Prescription books 1964-1989 A1449
HOLCOMBE DIARIES See under Weeta Waa / Wee Wa records 1863-1954 A111
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS AND OINTMENTS See under Advertising leaflet, Holloway's Pills and Ointments 1892 A712
HOLSTEIN ESTATE See under Schrader, Ludwig, diary 1873-1874 A233
HORBURY HUNT'S ARMIDALE Booklet written by Bruce Mitchell with the assistance of the Arts Council of NSW 15/10/1995 A1216
HOUSE ON THE HILL Publication by Bruce Mitchell 1988 A838
HOWELL, ROBYN See under Aboriginal Language Studies 1981 A502
HUGHES, DAVIS Article 1993 A771
HUNGERFORD See under Barraba: Hungerford's Trucks, photographs 1934-38, 1952 A500
HUNGERFORD FAMILY HISTORY: BAERAMI STATION A history of the Hungerford family, mainly biographical accounts of Captain Emmanuel Hungerford, who emigrated to Australia in 1828, and two of his sons: Septimus, first resident clergyman in Armidale; and Thomas, grazier of Baerami Station, near Denman. (Typescript article with manuscript note attached.) 27 pp fcp n.d. A387
HUNTER VALLEY RESEARCH FOUNDATION: THE URBAN PATTERN OF THE HUNTER VALLEY   1963 A767
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IBBOTT, ALLENSee under Coonamble District Pastoral Stations: list1959A255
ILPARRAN STATION, GLEN INNES: PLANSThe plan of residence showing lower and upper floor layout for Ilparran station, as drawn by the Architectural firm of O'Connor and Ogilvie in late 1925 and early 1926. Also included in this collection are a plan of sheep dip and pens, 2 plans of feeding stalls and 5 plans of double milking bails. While all 8 of these plans are undated, the designs of the feeding stalls and double milking bails are believed to be from the decade of the 1950's1925-1926c.1950'sA125
ILPARRAN, GLEN INNESSee under Ogilvie papers, Ilparran, Glen Innesn.d.A002
IMMIGRANT'S LISTSelect list (with annotations) of passengers on board the Blonde and Agemoria, which arrived in Australia in 1849, derived from immigration lists held at the Mitchell Library, Sydney (typescript). The list was compiled in 1973 by Mrs. B.L. Cameron, one of the writers of Scots Corner, a local history of the Wollomombi area (east of Armidale), pub. Armidale, 1971. 2 pp1849A436
INDENTURE OF PUPILLAGE BETWEEN WILLIAM AND ADAM FORSYTH AND ANDREW KERRIndenture of pupillage between William Forsyth and his son Adam, and Andrew Kerr, civil engineer, dated Warrnambool, Victoria, 1 May, l877. Also a testimonial to Adam Forsyth's character, written by Andrew Kerr, dated Town Surveyor's Office, Warrnambool, 9 Nov. 1880. 1 Folder.1877A406
INDONESIASee under U.N.E. - Indonesian Seminar U.N.E. - Robertson, Cherry, diary of, 1967.1967.A333
INSPECTRecords of meetings, correspondence, survey reports, maps financial records, and working papers . In regards particularly to the adventure playground and neighbour hood park and nature reserve situated on the hill , old quarry site at corner of Markham and Erskine St's.1970-1977A1441
INVERELLSee under Better Communications League: records, 1938(?)-1978 Bukkulla Station records, 1911-31 Cunningham Journey narrative, 1980 Body, Edmund c. (1843-1934): diaries and business records Dare, Matron M., of Ashford Hospital, Inverell Myall Creek Station: address to the Inverell & District Family History Group Thompson Recollections, 1972 Waterloo Pastoral Company, Glen Innes: records, 1885-1953 Wyndham letters, 1867-1876; aerial mapping photographs of Inverell from 1971-19851938-1978 A245; A1438
INVERELL STATION: RECORDSVarious account books detailing the day to day management of a pastoral business, situated on the northwestern slopes of N.S.W. Ledgers provide complete coverage of the period 1860-1902. An almost complete run of journals begins in 1879 and ends in 1911. As well, there are cashbooks, 1903-14 and rations and shearing accounts, 1884-87. Business letters written by Campbell cover the period 1880-1919. P.C. Campbell describes both personal and business activities in his diaries, 1897-8, 1900-13. 53 Volumes, 54 letters.1860-1917.A151
INVERELL: WINDMILL CONSTRUCTIONPhotographs of a windmill and the men constructing it on a property in the Inverell district, early 1960's. 3 photographsEarly 1960's.A422
INVERELL & NARRABRI SHIREInverell & Narrabri Shires, Information Booklets1980 & 1982A1476
INVERGOWRIE NEWS 1990 & 1991A1167
INVERMEIN STATION, SCONE: RECORDS 1834-1934A226
IRBY, FLORENCE MSee under Bolivia Station: records1913-1945A392
IRWIN, SAMUEL GRANTSee under Havilah Station, Mudgee: White Family records1826-1958A256
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JACOBS, STEPHEN (b1833) Reminiscences Entitled "A Few Incidents of My Early Life", the memoirs of Stephen Jacobs were published by the Peel River Historical Society. 10pp, ts. n.d. A530
JAMES, DR FRANCIS See under N.E.U.C. - W.M Robb: source-materials for an article on N.E.U.C., provided to Dr Francis James 1950 A746
JARRETT, CHARLES, J.P See under Richmond River Historical Society: records c.1873 - 1925 A539
JEFFREY, MONA BEATRICE (NÉE SUTERS): Biography by HR Young n.d. A1213
JEOGLA STATION See under Rimbanda Station records 1871-1886 A228
JEOGLA STATION: RECORDS Dalwood: Journal - Wine Sales, 1869-1870. Wongwibinda: Correspondence and legal documents re sale of "Jeogla" to Mrs. Charlotte May Wright by Namoi Pastoral Company Ltd., 1900-1903 . 1 vol., 2 folders 1869-1870, 1900-1903 A130
JINDABYNE See under Body, Edmund c. (1843-1934): diaries and business records. 1884-1930 A134
JOHNSON, SIR ELLIOT See under photographs of the Rocks Area, Sydney c.1900-1902 A306
JOHNSTON, A.R. See under United Farmers and Woolgrowers Association 1962-1977 A461
JOHNSTONE, BRIGADIER J.L.G. Letters 1914 - 1918 A1087
JOHNSTONE, IAN: VERSES Three sets of verses composed by Mr Ian Johnstone, solicitor, of Armidale, in May-July, 1995. 1995 A1233
JOHNSTONE, REVEREND THOMAS See under Tangley Station, Guyra 1871-1942 A133
JOHNSTONE, REVEREND THOMAS, DIARIES A collection of diaries by the Rev. Thomas Johnstone covering the period, 1860-1906 (with gaps). This is an early accession from the Johnstone family subsequently augmented in 1982 by a further deposit of records, accessioned as a181a. The diaries come in two versions, a rough version and a "fair" copy. 24 Volumes. 1860-1906 A181
JOHNSTONE, REVEREND THOMAS, FAREWELL ADDRESS Newspaper cutting giving the text of the farewell address presented to Dr Johnstone by the Presbyterian congregation at Bendemeer on the occasion of his retirement. Added to this is a photocopy of the Armidale Express, 15th April, 1957, reporting the address delivered by Rev. Neil Macleod to mark the centenary of Dr Johnstone's arrival in Armidale. 1903. A181b
JOHNSTONE, REVEREND THOMAS, FURTHER DIARIES The diaries (45 vols.) Forming part of this record group complete the series in accession A181. Thus the diaries of the Rev. Thomas Johnstone cover the period 1858-1909. In addition to the main series of diaries already described, this accession includes 19 vols. Of rough diaries covering all but 5 years of the period. The record group also includes a journal of receipts and expenditure, 1857-1872; and two notebooks, c 1862 and 1868-1870. 67 Volumes. 1857-1909. Al8la
JONES, HESTER MARIA See under copy-book of Hester Maria Jones 1746 A1149
JONES, JACK AND WALTER: LETTERS The letters of Jack and Walter Jones, serving overseas during the Great War, to their sister Bridget and her husband Ted Sargeant, 1918-19. Jack served with the 6th Light Horse in Egypt and Palestine; Walter in the cruiser H.M.A.S. Melbourne with the Grand Fleet, based at Scapa Flow. The accession also includes photographs of Jack and Walter in uniform, and a letter to Bridget from K. McCann of the Glencoe Patriotic Association. 25 letters, I Christmas card, 2 photographs. 1918-1919. A744
JONES, KEN See under Armidale Bowling Club: records Church Of England Men's Society, Armidale: records Federated Chambers Of Commerce of the Northern Tablelands and North-Western Slopes: minutes and correspondence Ken Jones' Store, Armidale: records. 1934-1950 A1049
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KALANGA STATION, GLEN INNES: RECORDSThe records fall into three parts: (i) records including letterbooks, diaries and correspondence received by Donald Macleod Cameron as overseer, manager and finally studmaster of "Welltown", Goondiwindi, Queensland. (See also A100). (ii) records of the Re verend. Duncan M. Sinclair (1809-1899), sometime vicar of Uralla and later a settler and police magistrate at Dalby, Qld., Including a pocket-book relating to land matters at Dalby in the 1860's. (iii) records of "Kalanga" (formerly "Bellvue", this proper ty was selected from "Waterloo" at the same time as "Balaclava" - which it adjoins). The "Kalanga" records include an account book (c.1905), a photo of the homestead and a diary of Christina Cameron (wife of the Reverend. Archibald Cameron), written at "K alanga". (Description based on notes made by R.J. McDonald; see also A172 or "Waterloo" records1850-1936A216
KANGAROO HILLSSee under Wongwibinda Station and Wright family records1867-1920A115
KATER FAMILY PAPERS, EGELEBRA AND MUMBLEBONE STATIONSShort typescript histories of the stud sheep flocks bred at "Egelebra" and 'Mumblebone", two properties in the Warren district of N.S.W., owned by the Kater family. The history of the "Egelebra" stud was written by Mr. E.H. Wass (general manager of H.E. K ater & Son Pty. Ltd.) In 1917, and that of the "Mumblebone" Stud, by E.H. Kater (undated). Also two short biographies, one of Sir. Norman Kater, reprinted from the Pastoral Review, 18 May, 1962 and the other of Reverend Samuel Marsden (by Sir. Norman Kate r) reprinted from the Pastoral Review and Grazier's Record, Dec. 1959. 1 Folder1917-1962A277
KAYUGA STATION RECORDSThe records of Kayuga Station near Muswellbrook consist of ledgers, 1845-6, 1852-94, shearing and wool accounts 1858-60, 1870-75 and wages and rations books 1845-7, 1864-74. this accession also contains the general accounts of Wyaga Station, 1877-821845-1894A153
KEEPIT DAM:Map of submerged lands1904A877
KEMP FAMILY PAPERSThe correspondences and business papers of the Kemp family, one of the earliest families to settle in the Macleay district. Among the family and business correspondences is a letter, dated 1814, to a Lieutenant Kemp from the future King William IV of Eng land. The business papers also contain a wide variety of material including the accounts of sales for three different properties, miscellaneous legal papers and the receipts for purchases between 1860 and 1886. 1 Folder1814-1901A321
KEMP FAMILY PAPERS, MACLEAY DISTRICTThe farm diaries (or journals) and letterbooks of R.A.H. Kemp viz. Diaries (3 vols) 1863-1870, 1871-1894 and 1894-1915; letterbooks (3 vols) containing copies of business letters sent by R.A.H. Kemp, and covering the periods (i) 1862-1866 (ii) 1860-1869 a nd (iii) 1894-1915. It is not clear why the first and second volumes were in use concurrently; a few of the letters for 1862-1863 in (ii) were signed by Maria S. Kemp. There are also a few memoranda and a letter re: alleged irregularities and delays in re ference to his accounts as Land Agent, written by J.B. Casey, C.P.S. at Kempsey; and a memorandum of agreement between Leon Rieser of Melbourne and Thomas Hennessy of Kempsey re: the seasoning and supply of timber, 22 March 1895. 6 vol., 2 folders1860-1915A302a
KEN JONES' STORE, ARMIDALE: RECORDS. c.1910-1981A203
KNIGHT, ANDREW, DIARYA microfilm copy of the diary of Andrew Knight of "Carbeen" a property at Wee Waa, N.S.W. Mr. Knight frequently remarks on social events in the Wee Waa district, as well as keeping a rainfall record for the whole period of the diary. 1 reel1892-1932A177
KUNDERANG GEORGES CREEK RECORDS 1872-1947A268
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LAIRD, DAVID "The Changing Emphasis in N.S.W. Secondary Education" Jan. 1995 A1056
LAMB MEMORIAL Fund Ledger 1920-21 A1107
LANDERS, J., LENORA GULARGAM-BONE Misc. Bills various A1037
LANG, REV. JOHN DUNMORE See under Daley, Louise Tiffany: papers 1840-1974 A101
LIGHT HORSE See under Jones, Jack and Walter: letters 1918-19 A744
LIM SUE, CHARLEY: PROBATE CERTIFICATE Probate certificate, dated 29 Sept. 1898, of Charlie Lim Sue (selector, of Toryburn near Uralla, who died on 24 Jul. 1898). A copy of his will (of 14 Apr. 1897) is included as an annexure to the certificate. 2 pp. 1898 A395
LIMESTONE CREEK See under Rosebank Cottage, Limestone Creek 1866, 1993-94 A809
LISMORE See under Mckay papers re: MT. Lindesay, 1934-1952 Richmond River Historical Society: records, c.1873 - 1925 Southern UNE - Department of University Extension, Lismore, 1958-1965. n.d. A357
LISMORE PHOTOGRAPHS   1920 A1025
LIVERPOOL PLAINS See under Who Was Who On The Liverpool Plains in 1841? n.d. A695
LLANGOLLEYN See under Rawson letters, 1844-1846 A379
LLANGOTHLIN Abbey Green, Llangothlin, records: 1876, 1911-1948 Glensheil, Guyra: records, 1909-1956 1876, 1911-1948 A116
LLANGOTHLIN See under U.N.E. - Geography & Planning Dept.: Gale, S.J et al., Paper on little Llangothlin Lagoon n.d. A1328
LOCAL LAND BOARD, ARMIDALE: RECORDS Records (mostly Registers) relating to the purchase and lease of crown lands, 1862-1925. This accession also contains summaries of cases heard before the Armidale Local Land Board (13 vols.), 1888-1910. 58 Volumes. 1862-1925. A286
LODER See under Aytondale and Abbey Green Stations, Singleton: records 1859-1928, 1921-1940 A175
LONDON See under Gordon letter 1865. A253
LONDON BANK OF AUSTRALIA See under Wilgha Downs, Byrock: records 1900-1902, 1906-1908 A184
LONSDALE FAMILY PAPERS   n.d A768
LORD MAYOR'S PATRIOTIC FUND See under Dumaresq Shire Council: Second World War materials 1939-1947 A1168
LOW, WILLIAM, OF URALLA: PAPERS The papers of William Low Jnr., Watchmaker and jeweller, Uralla. Included are his indenture of apprenticeship to Carroll and de Moulin of Armidale (1877); a deed of grant re: a town allotment in Uralla purchased by his first wife (1888); Low's Elector's R ight certificates (for 1894 and 1901); and papers relating to his nomination, appointment and function as a Justice of the Peace (1920). There are also some photographs including one of his father William Low Snr.(1871). William Low Jnr., J.P. (watchmaker and tobacconist) was born about 1863. The son of an Armidale blacksmith, he married Harriet A. Rees in 1887 and after her death (about 1907) married Emily Annah Wilkinson. He served on the Uralla Municipal Council, eventually being elected Mayor. 1858, 1871-1933 A246
LOWE, C. BRUCE Biographical article Copy of the Australian Bloodhorse Review, vol. 14 no. 1 (Jan., 1996), containing "A Centenary Tribute to C. Bruce Lowe (1845 - 1894): the gentle giant from Clarence Town". The subject of the article was a member of a well-known famil y of the Hunter and New England regions and an authority on horse-breeding. 1845 - 1894: A1335
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MACANSH, JOHN DONALD See under Deepwater Station, Deepwater: records 1845-1945 A142
MACDONALDGENERAL J.M.L See under Wallabadah Station: records 1869-1902 A340
MACDONALD GEORGE J. See under Greenwells, Walcha: album c.1839 A278
MACINNIS-MACINTYRE AND MACKAY Extracts from family history n.d. A1195
MACINTYRE See under MacInnis, MacIntyre and MacKay: extracts from family history n.d. A1195
MACK, RAWDON See under Sunnyside Station, Tenterfield: records, 1907, 1923, 1934-39 A236
MACKAY See under MacInnis, MacIntyre and MacKay: extracts from family history n.d. A1195
MACKAY DAILY MERCURY SOUVENIR SUPPLEMENT Souvenir supplement to the Daily Mercury newspaper of Mackay, Queensland, 6 April 1962. The supplement carries an account of the explorations of John Mackay after whom the town was officially named. 1 Folder 1962. A020
MACKAY PAPERS A collection of notes copied from the journal of H.B. Mackay for the year 1885. These journal entries describe his travels through both Ireland and Bechuanaland. Also included in this material is a copy of a draft of a report sent by Mackay on the 21st of March, 1885 to the Field Cornet of the British Army in Kunana, South Africa. As a member of the Royal Engineers, Mackay was on a surveying assignment beyond the Transvaal border, upon which this report was based. 1 Folder 1885 A357
MACKAY, JOHN See under Mackay Daily Mercury Souvenir Supplement, 1962. Murray, Andrew and MacKay, John: diaries, 1860-1862 1862-1962 A19A
MACKAY, JOHN, DIARY A further copy of Mackay's diary, described in A18 (photostat). 43 pp 1860-1862 A19
MACKENZIE See under Ollera and Stratton Stations, Guyra: records 1838 - c.1968. A103
MACKSVILLE See under Nambucca River Co-Operative Society Limited: records 1903-1971 A197
MACLEAY RIVER CO-OPERATIVE DAIRYING COMPANY: RECORDS The majority of these records comprise the minute books, ledgers and annual reports of the Macleay River Co-operative Dairying Company. However, a proportion of the material is made up of the Hastings District Co-operative Dairy Company, Ltd. Minute book s and ledgers for the years 1929 to 1945. In 1945 the Macleay River Co-operative acquired the assets of the Hastings District Co-operative and by doing so, amalgamated the two companies. Due to the lack of identifying features in some of these records, it has been difficult to determine whether they belong to the time period when the 2 separate companies existed or after the amalgamation occurred. Therefore, care should be taken when attributing information contained in some of these records unless the evidence is such that a positive identification can be made. 48 Volumes, 4 Oversized Ledgers, 1 Folder 1917-1959. A187
MACLEAY SOUVENIR BOOKLET: BACK TO THE MACLEAY. Souvenir booklet, pub. 1925. 96 pp 1925 A527
MACPHERSON See under Dufty prints c.1914-1920 A218
MAGICK'S STORE, BINNAWAY: RECORDS The ledgers, customer order books and associated material of the store known as A Magick's and Sons Pty. Ltd. For the years 1925 to 1969. Also included in this collection are a set of photographs, dating from 1912, 1916 and the 1960's, which provide evid ence of the various trading activities of A. Magick's and Sons Pty. Ltd. The store opened for business in 1912 and ceased operations in 1982. 50 Volumes, 6 Photographs. 1925-1969 A323
MAIDA VALE CO-OPERATIVE See under Dorrigo Co-Operative Dairy Company Limited 1904-59 A188
MAITLAND See under Scobie letter 1901 A345
MANCHESTER UNITY INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODDFELLOWS LOYAL LODGE, ARMIDALE The majority of this material is made up of the minute books of the meetings of the Armidale branch of the Manchester Unity Independent Order of Oddfellows Loyal Lodge between 1868 and 1968. The other records of the Lodge are also contained in this mater ial include everything from the Attendance rolls dating from 1895 to 1951 to the Officers' and Deputies' expense sheets for 1910 to 1959. Other minute books for the New England District Loyal Lodge annual general meetings, from 1909 to 1936, and the Loya l Deepwater Junior Lodge, from 1948 to 1954, are also a part of this collection. A minimal amount of business correspondence from 1959 as well as an insurance policy on Lodge regalia, which expired in 1965, can also be found in this material. 36 Volumes , 4 Folders. 1868-1968 A467
MANCHESTER UNITY INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODDFELLOWS, NUNDLE: An auxiliary branch of the Tamworth District Independent Order of Odd Fellows Manchester Unity Friendly Society. Minutes of ordinary meetings 1866-1868, 1877-1882, 1893-1901; a volume entitled "Waste Book" containing rough minutes 1866-1869; Rule Book on aims of the Lodge and duties of office-bearers; a Contribution Book recording the name, residence and occupation of each member as well as his wife's Christian name (if applicable) 186-1883; accounts relating to the sick fund 1867-1904, and the management fund 1866-1884; a bank book 1908-1912, and miscellaneous papers 1867-1919. 7 vols., 1 envelope, 1 bank book. 1866-1912 A401
MANCHESTER UNITY INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODDFELLOWS, NYNGAN The minute books, night books and other miscellaneous financial and administrative records of the Nyngan branch of the Manchester Unity Independent Order of Oddfellows for the years 1886 to 1935. Also included in this accession are a group photograph of Lodge members in full regalia for the Grand Annual Movable Conference of 1928 as well as a photograph of an unidentified solder, c.1915, in the uniform of the 1st A.I.F. 4 boxes, 3 volumes, 1 large photograph. 1886-1935 A347
MANCHESTER UNITY INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODDFELLOWS, TENTERFIELD: RECORDS The minute books from the Loyal Star of the North Lodge No. 93 from its establishment on the 23rd of May, 1873 to the 1st of March, 1948. Also included are two rough minute books which cover the period from 1919 to 1936. 3 Boxes 1873-1948 A609
MANILLA See under McKenzie, Malcolm M., of Crow Mountain, via Manilla: papers 1921-1939 A475
MANILLA DISTRICT See under Muggleton reminiscences 1955 A12
MANILLA, N.S.W See under Durham Court Stud, Manilla: records 1877-1929 A112
MANNING RIVER - DENNES, GORDON: SHIPBUILDING ON THE MANNING RIVER Article published in the Manning River Times (Taree), 12 Sept. 1934 entitled "Shipbuilding on the Manning River, 1834-1934, Part 1", by Gordon Dennes. An addendum to the main text consists of a list of shipbuilders on the Manning River and the names of th e ships built by each during the period covered by the article. (Typescript copy of the main text of the article, photocopy of full newspaper article.) 1 folder. 1834-1934 A416
MAPS OF TAREELA NORTH, GLEN INNES, NEW ENGLAND AND SURREY DISTRICTS AND THE STOCK ROUTES OF NEW SOUTH WALES   1877, 1885, 1894. A327
A VARIETY OF MAPS ASSOCIATED WITH THE DOCUMENTS DESCRIBED IN THE COLLECTION OF A327. THEY COMPRISE (I) AN UNDATED MAP OF TAREELA NORTH, (II) PHOTOSTATIC COPY OF A MAP OF THE LAND BOARD DISTRICTS OF GLEN INNES, 1885, (III) PHOTOSTATIC COPY OF A PARTIAL MAP OF THE LAND DISTRICTS OF NEW ENGLAND AND SURREY, 1877, (IV) A MAP OF THE STOCK ROUT ES OF NEW SOUTH WALES, 1894 AND (V) AN UNDATED PHOTOSTATIC COPY OF A PARTIAL MAP OF THE STOCK ROUTES OF NEW SOUTH WALES. 2 MAPS, 1 FOLDER 1877, 1885 & 1894 A327  
MAPS OF THE COUNTIES OF NANDEWAR AND MURCHISON AND THE STOCK ROUTES OF NEW SOUTH WALES, Photographic copies of two maps, held by the Nandewar Historical Society, which date from 1894 and 1902. The first map, from June of 1894, shows the various stock routes of the state of New South Wales. The second map, dated the 21st of March, 1902, dis plays the Improvement Leases for sale in the Counties of Nandewar and Murchison. Also included in this accession is a photographic copy of pages five and six of The Australian Star on the 20th of July, 1894. The story is headed "The Execution/Barraba Mu rder/The Hanging at Tamworth". 4 Photographs 1894, 1902 A490
MARSH See under Maryland Station, QLD Store records 1848-50, 1856-57 A1352
MARSH, CHARLES W See under Blaxland, Charles R. and others: photographs c.1860-1920 A127b
MARTENS, CONRAD See under Dufty prints c.l914-20. A218
MARYLAND STATION, QLD: STORE RECORDS Microfilm copies of original records retained at the station. "Maryland" was part of the extensive pastoral holdings of C.W. Marsh, who also owned "Salisbury Plain" and "Booralong" in New England - cf A004, Marsh Estate Papers. 4 reels microfilm. 1848-50, 1856-57 A1352
MASONIC LODGE: WALCHA:CENTENARY BOOKLET 1 booklet entitled Lodge Apsley No. 129: United Grand Lodge of NSW 1885-1985 1885-1985 A1462
MASONIC LODGE WAUCHOPE: 75TH ANNIVERSARY HISTORY   1992 A1213c
MASSEY PAPERS The correspondences and various possessions of James Massey make up the majority of this accession. James Massey enlisted in the Australian Imperial Force in 1916, and many of the letters give details of the home fronts of Scotland and New South Wales as well as the battlefields. While in the trenches of France, Massey was exposed to poison gas, which permanently damaged his vocal chords, causing him to speak in a hoarse whisper for several years. The letters and possessions of James' brother Stan Massey , as well as those of other members of the immediate family, are also included amongst this material. Stan Massey was a schoolteacher, and much of his possessions relates to the classroom. 10 Boxes of Glass Negatives, 6 Boxes 1914-1949 A140
MAYNE, T.K.B.: OBITUARY (1894) AND BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES   1894 A788
MAYVALE STATION, BARRABA: RECORDS The financial papers and correspondences associated with Mayvale station for the years 1950 to 1964. This material includes station ledgers for the entire period as well as the miscellaneous accounts, invoices and drawn cheques for the years 1962 to 1964 . Also included in this collection are a mounted photograph of the homestead of Plumthorpe, Barraba, taken in 1905 and the electoral roll for the Shire of Barraba, "B" Riding, for the year 1959. 3 Folders, 2 Volumes, 1 Photograph 1905, 1950-1964. A376
MCCANN, K See under Jones, Jack and Walter: letters 1918-19. A744
MCCARTHY PAPERS The Armidale office papers of W.J. "Bill" McCarthy, former Labour member for Northern Tablelands in the N.S.W. Parliament. These comprise an extensive collection of newspaper cuttings, providing a thorough coverage of local events and issues for the decad e 1978-87, supplemented by a certain quantity of correspondence; the whole is organised by subject-matter and date. 13 boxes. 1940-1987 A1357
MCCROSSIN, JOHN See under Murray, Andrew: diary 1859-1860 A440
MCDOUALL FAMILY PAPERS Extracts from the shipboard diary of Rawdon McDouall, from England to Australia, 1840-1841; 13 letters to him in N.S.W. from his family, living in England, 1840-1849, 1874; a few letters written by Rawdon to family members and 3 small amounts of official correspondence and legal documents relating to "Eulowrie" and "Ulumbarella", 1845-1855. Further records include genealogical notes, a station diary (microfilm) by an unidentified member of the family, 1878-1888, and a business letter to Mrs. M.S. McDouall , dated Dunbeacon, Upper Horton, 1 Sept. 1930. These records are all photocopies. The originals are in the possession of the McDouall family. Rawdon McDouall (b.20 Sept. 1823) was the son of the Reverend William McDouall of Bedfordshire. In 1840, he emigr ated to Australia and in 1845 he became part-owner of "Moona Plains", a pastoral station east of Walcha. Later interests in the Gwydir district included the "Eulowrie" run, c.1851-55 and "Ulumbarella" (south of Bingara) where he lived from 1852 until his death in 1884. 20 folders, 1 microfilm reel. 1840-1930 A362
MCINTYRE, MRS. ELEANOR (NEE BROUN), CATHERINE MARY EMILY BROUN AND HONORA KELLY: DIARIES AND OTHER PAPERS The center of this collection is the 51 diaries of Mrs. Eleanor McIntyre (nee Broun) spanning the years 1910 to 1974. The miscellaneous correspondences, programs, publications and photographs of the Country Women's Association, of which Eleanor McIntyre w as a founding member, are also contained in this material. The records of Raino station, Tingha, run by Eleanor Macintyre's sister, Catherine Mary Emily Broun, are another facet of this collection. This includes the financial records and business correspo ndences relating to the station in the years 1920 and 1934 to 1968. Please note that the business correspondences of Catherine Broun often merge with family matters in this material. The final element of this collection is the typescript copies of the poe try and prose, written between 1880 and 1890, of Honora Kelly of Bundarrania station. Honora Kelly had close ties with the Broun family, who actually had some connection with the publication of her poems. 21 Photographs, 6 Boxes, 1 large picture. c.1880-1974. A481
MCKAY, DR. STEWART, OF LISMORE: PAPERS The majority of the sketch-maps, notes, correspondences, newspaper cuttings and photographs of Dr. Stewart McKay concern the controversial aspects of the ascent of Mt. Lindesay by Captain Logan in August of 1828. The argument, apparent in both the corres pondences and letters to the editor of Dr. Stewart McKay, raged during this period as to whether Captain Logan, a member of Allan Cunningham's exploration party, actually climbed Mt. Lindsay or instead, ascended one of the nearby peaks such as Mt. Barney. This accession also includes offprints of a series of articles on local history and a copy of the Third Annual Report of the Clarence River Historical Society, both printed in the Grafton Daily Examiner during the 1930's. 6 Folders 1938-1952. A176
MCKENZIE FAMILY HISTORY A booklet entitled "Fanellan: The History of a Family" which was compiled by Keith A. McKenzie in 1979. The booklet discusses the history of five generations of Keith McKenzie family who, beginning in 1862, inhabited Fanellan station in Dean, Victoria. 1 Folder. 1979 A478
MCKENZIE PAPERS, CROW MOUNTAIN, VIA MANILLA, N.S.W   1921-1945 A475
MCKENZIE, MALCOLM M See under McKenzie papers, Crow Mountain, via Manilla, N.S.W. 1921-1945 A475
MCKINNON, JOHN, DIARIES Diaries of John McKinnon, 1882-1898. The years 1883-1884, 1886-1887, 1892-1893 and 1895 are missing. The 1896 diary is incomplete while the year 1898 only consists of a fragment which covers a two month period. A fragment of a letter from 1898 is also inc luded with the diary of the same year. 11 vols. 1882-1896 A168
MCLENNAN FAMILY PAPERS KILCOY STATION Miscellaneous papers, legal documents, cash purchase receipts etc., relating to the business activities of several members of the McLennan family of Kilcoy station, Armidale. 1 Folder c.1890s A14
MCPHERSON, MRS. A.: REMINISCENCES Two chapters of a monograph by Mrs. A. Mcpherson entitled "My Experiences in Australia, being Recollections of a visit to the Australian Colonies in 1856-7, by a Lady", published by J.F. Hope of London in 1860 (xerox copy). Both chapters record her percep tions of the aborigines living in the vicinity of Keera Station near Bingara, where she was staying. 39 pp 1860. A441
MCRAE, DUNCAN, DIARY The diary of Duncan McRae of "Inverinate," Chandler's River. The diary contains a subscription list and other material relating to the building of the Presbyterian Church at Kilcoy and a photograph of his wife, Anne McRae. Also included in this collection are photostatic copies of the news reports of the marriage of his daughter Christina McRae to William McLennan and the wedding photograph, itself. 1 folder and 2 photographs. 1881-1886 A684
McSPEDDEN'S HARDWARE & PRODUCE STORE, DEEPWATER: RECORDS A ledger and cashbook from McSpedden's Hardware and Produce Store, Deepwater, for the years 1937 to 1950. The ledger covers the period 1937 to 1949 while the cash book contains the record of the years 1941 to 1950. 2 Volumes. 1937-50. A509
MELBOURNE, H.M.A.S. CRUISER, WWI See under Jones, Jack and Walter: letters 1918-19 A744
MEMORIES OF MARY: DIARY OF A PASSENGER ABOARD THE S.S. TASMAN Travel diary inscribed "The Memories of Mary, 1915" that contains a description of a 5 month sea voyage aboard the S.S. "Tasman", which departed from Sydney on 21 Apr. 1915. Various ports of call are mentioned including Brisbane; Port Moresby; Batavia; Ma cassar; and Darwin. The diary also contains a large number of recipes for a wide variety of dishes. 1 Volume. 1915. A388
MENINDEE See under Netley Station records 1865-1878 A206
MERRIWA See under Brindley Park, Merriwa: records, 1831-1862, 1878 Brindley Park, Merriwa: records, 1877-1897. 1877-1897 A136
MILFORD, FREDERICK: REMINISCENCES Frederick Milford's reminiscences (chapters 13-15) relating to a journey he made from Sydney to Aberbaldie (his father's pastoral station near Walcha) and years spent in his youth on the property. Attached to the reminiscences are descriptions of two vis its by an older Frederick, to a patient in the Parramatta Lunatic Asylum in June, 1901 (photocopies of manuscript as well as a typescript copy). 1 Folder. c.1910 A465
MILPARINKA PHOTOGRAPHS Six photographs of Milparinka at about the turn of the century, comprising: one photograph of the Royal Hotel, one of the Milparinka public school, and four of picnic scenes taken in the Milparinka district. Milparinka is a small town in the far north-wes t corner of the state of New South Wales. It is situated on the Silver City Highway about 260 kilometres north of Broken Hill and only 75 kilometres from the Queensland border. 6 photographs. c.1900 A205
MINING CLAIMS See under Armidale, Hillgrove and Uralla Courthouses: records, 1856-1957 A384
MINING RECORDS -ARMIDALE OFFICE See New South Wales Dept Of Mineral resources   
MINING WARDEN'S OFFICE, ARMIDALE: RECORDS Reports and correspondences relating to the mineral resources of the New England district between 1931 and 1946. This collection also includes the monthly reports and travel records of G.H. Rainsford, Inspector of Mines, during 1953 and 1954. 1 Folder td> 1931-1954 A605
MOFFAT, J. See under Saumarez Ponds: letter 1879 A364
MOLONEY'S GENERAL STORE, GUYRA PHOTOGRAPH An undated photograph of J. Moloney's general store at Guyra. 1 Photograph n.d. A421
MOONA PLAINS See under Crawford papers, 1843-1934 Kunderang Station, Georges Creek: records 1843-1934 A251A
MOONA PLAINS, WALCHA See under McDouall family papers 1840-1930 A362
MOREE See under Fairbairn, Captain Murray: reminiscences, 1953. Moree history: "History of Moree and adjacent districts" Muggleton, Robert: reminiscences, 1955. Weebollabolla station: records, c1890-1940 A372
MOREE HISTORY: THE EARLY HISTORY OF MOREE AND ADJACENT DISTRICTS A series of articles by C.F. Boughton, published weekly in the Northwest Champion (in 250 parts) from 1st September, 1949 to 21st October, 1954, and concerning the history of Moree and district from the days of Mitchell's expedition of 1832 until the 1950 floods. The writer, Mr. C.F. Boughton, is described as "an old resident of the Pallamallawa and Moree districts". 3 Volumes. 18/1/1967 A313
MORSE AND TOURLE FAMILY PAPERS The majority of this material is financial and personal correspondences between Thomas Tourle of Balala Station, Armidale and his brother John Tourle of London during 1852 and 1853. Also included among this correspondence is a letter from a representativ e for J. Solomon, dated 1853, about a shipment of rock salt to Balala station. Thomas Tourle married into the Morse family and Co-owned Balala station with one of his wife's brothers. Fragments of the Morse family seal are also a part of this collection along with the probate of the last will and testament of another one of Thomas Tourle's brothers-in-law, John Morse. The probate of the will, dated the 24th of August, 1864, shows that one of the witnesses of this last will and testament was the solicito r John Tourle. 5 Folders. 1852-1853, 1864. A507
MORSE FAMILY PAPERS This collection contains two documents dating from the seventeenth century. A receipt, dated the 20th of August, 1658, is the earlier document in this accession and relates to a rent payment of £5 5s made by Abraham Morse. Also included in this material is a document from 1681 by which Giles Smith of Newent, Gloucs., Remits all claims against Elizabeth Morse, widow of Abraham, and John Pitt. Another Abraham Morse signs as a witness. 1 folder. 1658, 1681 A521
MORTON PLAINS STATION, BOURKE Records 1871-1954 A161
MOSELEY AND OGILVIE FAMILY PAPERS Correspondence between members of the Ogilvie family, (1846 - 58). Also, microfilm copies of the diary of Captain W.H. Moseley, 1869-70, and the memoirs of Mrs. Murray Prior, daughter of Mary Ellen Bundock (nee Ogilvie), entitled "Early days on the Richmo nd". 6 letters, 2 reels mfm. 1846-1870 A179 see also A1470
MOSELEY, MARY ALICE: REMINISCENCES A booklet entitled The Reminiscences of Mary Alice Moseley transcribed and annotated by her great grandson, James Bath. Published 1986   A1470
MOUNT. LINDESAY See under McKay, Dr. Stewart: papers 1934-1952 A176
MOVEMENT AGAINST URANIUM MINING, ARMIDALE: RECORDS The miscellaneous records of the Armidale branch of the Movement Against Uranium Mining between 1978 and 1981. The various receipts of the branch as well as the membership and activities lists for the four year period are included in this accession. The re are also copies of the informational newsletters put out by the organisation between April 1979 and March 1981. 1 Box. 1978-1981 A499
MOYES, BISHOP JOHN S.: SPEECH An audio tape recording of a speech by Bishop John S. Moyes (1884-1972) entitled What I have Stood For. The speech was broadcast by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation in 1972, but was originally recorded on the 6th of June 1950. At this time it wa s decided that the speech should not be broadcast until after Bishop Moyes' death. John S. Moyes was the Anglican Bishop of Armidale from 1929 until 1964. 1 Audio Tape 1950. A397
MUDGEE See under Havilah Station, Mudgee: records 1826-1958 A256
MUGGLETON ROBERT: REMINISC-ENCES A bound typescript collection of reminiscences entitled "Things I Remember, The Reminiscences and Stories of Robert A. Muggleton, 1874-1955". This collection of memories was written by Robert Muggleton for the Richmond River Historical Society in 1953. Contained in these reminiscences are stories about the pioneers of the Manilla District, the life of the aborigines, and the process of shearing. Robert Muggleton spent his early life in the Manilla district of N.S.W. Towards the turn of the century, he moved to the North Coast. 1 Volume 1955. A12
MUKKERIDGE See under Jones, Jack and Walter: letters 1918-19. A744
MULLEN, W.H., SOLICITOR OF MAITLAND, INVENTORY OF RECORDS A typescript copy of an inventory of the records of William Henry Mullen (1831-1915), solicitor of West Maitland, compiled and published by the Newcastle Public Library in 1970. The records in this inventory include conveyancing deeds, miscellaneous legal documents as well as various business correspondences. These documents relate to both a wide range of economic activities and a large geographical area, including the New England Tableland. The introduction to this inventory provides a short biography o f W.H. Mullen while appendix 1 lists alphabetically the names of the parties to the various deeds. The inventory describes the 9 boxes, 2 volumes. And 3 bundles of Mullen records contained in the Newcastle Public Library. 1 Folder. 1970 A374
MULLIGAN, ROBERT NOTEBOOK This notebook was thought to have been kept by Robert Mulligan during his time as a shepherd on various properties, including Rockvale and Balaclava stations, to the north of Armidale. Robert Mulligan was born in Ireland in 1823 and arrived in Sydney on b oard the Argyllshire in November 1840, with his parents and six brothers. Mulligan was a trained carpenter who claimed to have built the first house in Armidale. He may also have been a drover and dealer in animals. He later selected a property called Hi llsborough from Boorolong station. Part of the notebook refers to Mulligan's business as a selector. 1 Volume c.1860-1890 A131
MULLIGAN, JOHN This collection contains an account book for John Mulligan's store at Clerkness which opened in 1859. The book covers the period 1861-1862. Also included is a letter addressed to Lloyd Bradshaw re: the insolvent estate of John Mulligan and a list of debts owing to Mulligan's estate. The material was received as an estray along with a large group of mining records (NE6) from the Bureau of Mineral Resources. Also see under Armidale, Hillgrove and Uralla Courthouses: records, Clerkness Station 1861-1862 A1429
MULUERINDI STATION WALCHA See under Rimbanda Station: records 1871-1886. A228
MUMBLEBONE See under Kater family papers 1917-1962 A277
MUNCILIDCENULA See under Vyner papers 1845-87. A263, A263A
MURRAY - MACKAY EXPEDITION Publications and Transcripts 1860 A962
MURRAY EXPEDITION NUMBER TWO An account of the 2nd expedition of Andrew Murray and his family from Bendemeer to Queensland in 1862, copied from a manuscript by his daughter. Attached to the typescript copy is an envelope containing 4 portraits of Murray family members. 3 pp., 4 port raits 1862 A298
MURRAY, ANDREW, AND MACKAY, JOHN: DIARIES Diary (73pp.) Of Andrew Murray, on an expedition from Uralla to the Mackay district of Queensland, 1860-1862; a manuscript copy (43pp.) Of a similar diary, entitled "An account of the discovery of the Mackay or Pioneer run, with incidents relating to the early settlement of Mackay and district", kept by John Mackay on the same expedition; testimonials to the character of Andrew Murray, dated 1904. See also A19. (The original diary in the handwriting of Mr. Mackay was in the possession of Mrs. Helen McCros sins, Uralla, in about 1880, and was traced to Mrs B.C. Archbold of Avoca Street, Randwick, in 1962; it has since disappeared). 2 Diaries, 2 Testimonials. 1860-1862. A18
MURRAY, ANDREW, DIARY The diary of Andrew Murray (station hand and bushman) describes his six month expedition with a party of 7 men and an aboriginal boy, led by John McCrossins, from his home near Uralla to Queensland, "to take up new country for grazing purposes". (ts copy) . 43 pp. 1859-1860 A440
MURRAY-PRIOR FAMILY HISTORY   1984 A951
MURRAY-PRIOR, MRS. See under Moseley and Ogilvie families: papers 1846-70 A179
MURRUMBIDGERIE STATION, GEURIE: RECORDS   1936-1959 A351
MURRURUNDI HISTORICAL SOCIETY: NEWS-SHEETS Newsletters and circulars produced by various members of the Murrurundi and District Historical Society and published in roneo-ed TS. Form, about once a month. As well as news of the society's current activities, the circulars contain many articles on top ics of local interest e.g. Buildings, pioneers, properties, etc. There is also a brochure on Peter Norvill, a local grazier with a property near Murrurundi, and his record-breaking, trans-Australian, solo non-stop flight in a modified Cessna XP Hawk (1981 Model) which took place on 30th Sept. And 1st October, 1983. 1 envelope 1981 A276
MURWILLUMBAH See under Banana Growers' Federation, Murwillumbah: records, 1918-63 John Quirk (butcher), Tumbulgum: account books, 1886-91 Retreat Farm (Dungay, Murwillumbah) 1910-27. 1918-1963 A238
MUSEUM D'HISTOIRE NATURELLE, LE HAVRE: BAUDIN PAPERS (PAPERS OF THE EXPEDITION TO NEW HOLLAND BY NICOLAS BAUDIN The miscellaneous drawings, reports and observations of the expedition, sponsored by the Institut de France, to complete the cartography of New Holland. This material describes not only New Holland but also the surrounding islands and even locations pass ed on the voyage from France. Included among this material are statistical reports about the state of New South Wales and notes on Port Jackson where the members of the expedition spent the months of June to November, 1802. The complete account of the ex pedition was written in three volumes between 1807 and 1816 and the rough draft of some of this material is a part of the collection. Due to the death of Nicolas Baudin in Mauritius before the end of the expedition, the official account was written by F. H. Peron and Louis de Freycinet. The expedition set out from Le Havre on the 19th of October, 1800 aboard the vessels Le Geographe and Le Naturaliste. Although the members of the crew spent a pleasant six months in Sydney during 1802, word reached Gover nor King soon after their departure that it was the French crew's intent to annex Van Dieman's Land. H.M.S. Cumberland was sent in pursuit and reasserted British sovereignty by overtaking the vessels at King Island. Although Baudin himself wanted to exam ine the island for purely scientific reasons, the same could not be said for his ambitious young officers. Upon settlement of this dispute, the ship Le Naturaliste was sent back to France with all the natural history specimens, while Baudin sailed on to Timor and beyond. Just east of Port Essington, the ship ran low on both water and stores at the same time that Baudin became ill. Le Geographe made it to Mauritius where, on the 16th of September 1803, Nicolas Baudin died. In March of 1804 Le Geographe completed her voyage by returning to France. 1 Microfiche. 1800-1804 A318
MUSEUM TOUR Venues & brief history of the tour along Kentucky Street 6/10/1996 A1475
MUSWELL-BROOK See under Kayuga Station: records 1845-1894 A153
MYALL CREEK STATION Address to the Inverell & district family history group 9/4/1995 A1199
MYLNE DIARIES GRAHAM MYLNE SENIOR AND GRAHAM MYLNE JUNIOR The wartime diaries of Graham Mylne senior, describing his experiences in the Crimea, Nov. 1853 - Jan. 1861, together with the diaries he wrote at "Ambydowns" in Queensland and "Eatonsville" near Grafton N.S.W., 1867 - 1875. This record group also contain s diaries and letters of Mylne's son, Graham junior, written during the South African campaign, 1900 - 1902. Press cuttings and memorabilia relating to the two properties complete the collection. 17 vols., 1 box 1853-1875, 1900-1902 A155
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NARRABRI & INVERELL SHIRE Narrabri & Inverell Shires, Information Booklets 1980 & 1982 A1476
NATIONAL PARKS ASSOCIAT-ION OF N.S.W. INC.: ARMIDALE BRANCH Minutes and other documents relating to the inaugural meeting and thereafter until the end of 1989 (i.e. Committee, General branch and Annual General Meetings), Correspondence (1974-1989), Newsletter (1974-1989), finance related material including records relating to Operation Noah 1984, Meeting, attendance books and membership rolls & forms (RESTRICTED) 6 Boxes 1974-1989 A1450
N.S.W. MINES DEPARTMENT, TENTERFIELD: MINERAL LEASES AND SURVEYORS' PLANS.   n.d. A381
N.S.W. PREMIER'S DEPT.: THE NEW ENGLAND REGION: A PRELIMINARY SURVEY OF RESOURCES (1951, printed 1953) 1951 A1299
NAMBUCCA RIVER CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY LIMITED: RECORDS A large collection of records from two dairy companies: the Nambucca River Co-operative Society Limited, and the Bowraville Co-operative Society Limited with which it amalgamated in 1950. The records deal with the supply and sale of milk, cream, butter an d bacon. Taken together the companies' records cover the period 1903-71. Matters of internal management and policy determination are covered in Minutes and Reports, 1910-71. A variety of accounts record production figures, sales and payments to individual suppliers and shareholders, 1903-57. 99 vols., 3 folders. 1903-1971 A197
NAMOI PASTORAL COMPANY See under Jeogla records, 1869-70, 1900-03 A130
NANDEWAR HISTORY Early Settlers In The Nandewars: notes by Nandewar Historical Society A booklet entitled Early Settlers in the Nandewars: Notes by Nandewar Historical Society which was compiled and published by the Nandewar Historical Society, Barraba in 1968. The bookle t is made up of a variety of short articles written by different members of the Historical Society. Many of these articles go into great detail about the early families and properties in the area. 1 Booklet. n.d. A506
NASEBY REMINISCENCES   c.1880 A932
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF WOOL SELLING BROKERS OF AUSTRALIA: RECORDS A periodical brochure published by the N.C.W.S.B.A., entitled Wool Review, 1938-79. A monthly news bulletin, from April 1964, is still being received. Copies of Presidential Addresses begin in 1928. None of the above series is complete. Charts show the ch anging price of wool. 2 Boxes, 11 Charts 1928-1983. A279
NATIONAL COUNTRY PARTY (N.S.W.) - THE COUNTRYMAN   1939-c1989 A876
NATIONAL EMERGENCY SERVICE, ARMIDALE BRANCH: RECORDS Correspondence, reports, memoranda, Warden's logbook, lists of wardens, special police, and firemen, billeting survey, Food for Britain appeal, newspaper clippings and other papers illustrating the local response to such wartime measures as air raid preca utions, sandbagging, first aid, the black-out, etc. 7 vols, 9 folders. 1939-1945 A234
NATURE RESERVE ARMIDALE Details of the development of the nature reserve at cnr Markham and Erskine Sts 1970-1977 A1441
NEIGHBOURHOOD PARK ARMIDALE Development of the Neighbourhood Park and Adventure playground by Inspect 1970-1977 A1441
NEPEAN RIVER See under Hawkesbury River flood investigation trust: records 1962-1970 A386
NETLEY STATION, MENINDEE: RECORDS Netley", a pastoral property situated near Menindee in the Western Division of N.S.W., is now known as "Bindara". This collection contains microfilm copies of the Station Accounts 1865-68, letters for the period 1871-78, and a diary attributed to W.H. Tay lor, for the year 1874. 2 Microfiche 1865-1878. A206
NEW ENGLAND See under N.S.W Premier's Dept.: The New England Region: a preliminary survey of resources (1951, printed 1953) Tourism Tamworth: The New England Highway, 1995 1951 A1299
NEW ENGLAND DIEBACK RESEARCH CO-ORDINATION GROUP: RECORDS The final report presented to the Minister for Conservation and Water Resources of the working group set up to examine the problem of dieback of eucalypt trees on the New England Tablelands. The agenda and minutes of the Management and Advisory Committee s formed from the recommendations of the report are also included. Other papers found in the collection are reports on this topic submitted to the various committees by the Forestry Commission, the CSIRO, the Department of Botany and the Department of Z oology. 1 Bundle. 1979-c.1986 A613
NEW ENGLAND DISTRICT PHOTOGRAPHS Photographs of churches, schools, public buildings, streets and rural scenes and panoramas in the New England District. The majority of the photographs are of Armidale, Glen Innes and Inverell during the period 1914-1920. This material includes two pho tographs of artist's sketches: Rocky River diggings, 1856-1857 by Macpherson and the Armidale Church and Parsonage, 1852 by Conrad Martens. There are also three photographs in the form of greeting cards containing views of the Inverell district as well as one of the uses of a tin sluicing box. 57 Photographs c.1914-1920. A218
NEW ENGLAND GIRLS' SCHOOL: PUBLICATIONS   1993 - 1994 A987
NEW ENGLAND HIGHWAY: ARMIDALE BY-PASS Files on the controversial by-pass on the New England Highway at Armidale, kept by correspondence and newspaper cuttings. ½ box. 1956-1995 A1295
NEW ENGLAND HISTORY (As serialised in the New Englander, 1978) see Armidale Anniversaries and Celebrations. 1923, 1938 & 1963 A1006
NEW ENGLAND MAPS See under Maps of Armidale and the New England Region 1827 - 1922. A283
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL BUILDING & INVESTMENT SOCIETY: RECORDS The financial and administrative records of the New England Mutual Building & Investment Society between the years 1871 and 1943. The largest part of this collection is made up of the Minute Books which date from the 3rd of April, 1871 to the 16th of Feb ruary, 1943. The remaining ledgers are as follows (i) two indexed Share Registers spanning the period 1913 to 1936, (ii) a Transfer Register, 1914-1936, (iii) an indexed Deed Register for c.1882 to 1913, (iv) a Divident Register, 1914 to 1926, (v) Insura nce Journal for July of 1873 to August of 1933 and (vi) a Borrowers' Journal, 1924/25 to 1935/36. 20 Volumes 1871-1943 A342
NEW ENGLAND NEW STATE MOVEMENT, ARMIDALE: ANNE PHILP, INCLUDING ADMINIST-RATIVE RECORDS Headquarters records of the Movement in three 4-drawer filing cabinets. An index to the files is available in the Archives. 3 filing cabinets various A547
NEW ENGLAND NEW STATE MOVEMENT- An extensive collection of papers, press clippings and printed material, meeting minutes and agendas, petitions and surveys, reports etc. Date range 1950s-1960s. 3 boxes. 1950's & 1960's A1427
NEW ENGLAND NEW STATE MOVEMENT: BOOKLETS BY ULRICH ELLIS   1964 - 1970 A811
NEW ENGLAND NEW STATE MOVEMENT: FURTHER PAPERS   c.1962 A963
NEW ENGLAND NEW STATE MOVEMENT: NEW ENGLAND CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY, 1955 (ARMIDALE EXPRESS REPORTS   Feb. 1955 A1212
NEW ENGLAND NEW STATE MOVEMENT: PAMPHLET PUBLICATIONS   1933-1961 A948
NEW ENGLAND NEW STATE MOVEMENT: RECORDS OF P.N. HARRISON 1950-60S.   1950's & 1960's A1427
NEW ENGLAND NEW STATE MOVEMENT RECORDS Newspaper cuttings and papers relating to the Cohen (N.S.W.) Royal Commission of 1924-5; correspondence (general and inter-branch); minute books, press releases and propaganda leaflets; convention papers. [Note: The chief objective of the movement is the establishment, by constitutional means, of self-government for the northern districts of N.S.W. known as New England] 15 large boxes, 3 small boxes 1919-1960 A1
NEW ENGLAND PHOTOGRAPHS See also A218 n.d. A1098
NEW ENGLAND REGIONAL ART MUSEUM - MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE: MINUTES   1979-1989 A992
NEW ENGLAND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE AND THE NEW ENGLAND REGIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL OF THE NEW SOUTH WALES GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENT OF DEVELOP-MENT AND DECENTRAL-ISATION: RECORDS The miscellaneous administrative papers and correspondences of the New England Regional Development Committee and the New England Regional Advisory Council. The items included in the New England Regional Council material are (i) Committee minutes and age ndas between February of 1945 and April of 1972, (ii) miscellaneous unregistered correspondences, 1945 to 1972, (iii) various reports on the Namoi region, Narrabri and district, Tamworth district and the New England region, 1945 to 1955 and (iv) reports o f a wide range of regional and governmental committees from 1963 to 1971. The New England Regional Advisory Council material contains (i) the Committee minutes, agendas and reports for the years 1973 to 1979, (ii) the registered files of the various admin istrative and financial matters of the committee as well as information from other regional and governmental committees, 1973 to 1979 and (iii) two unregistered files on flood damage for the years 1974 and 1976. 15 Boxes. 1945-1972, 1973-1979. A483
NEW ENGLAND RUNS A survey of the New England Runs transmitted to the Surveyor General on the 6th of July, 1850. By mistake, the Bergen-Op-Zoom Run was not surveyed. 1 Map. 1850 A343
NEW ENGLAND RURAL POST Collection incomplete Nov., 1995- A1292
NEW ENGLAND, NORTH AND NORTHWEST PRODUCERS' CO. LTD.: Minutes and correspondence of the New England, North and North-West Producers' Co. Ltd., (NENCO). Records include: Board of Directors' Minutes (3 vol), 1927-43; shareholders' minutes (1 vol), 1928-43; miscellaneous correspondence (2 folders), 1928-43; and index cards of field representatives giving name of client (or prospective client), estimate of wool clip for client's property in the current season and notes re: prospects of selling clip through NENCO, (1937-47). 4 vols, 2 folders, c.1200 cards. 1927-1943 A194
NEW ENGLAND, NORTH AND NORTHWEST PRODUCERS' CO. LTD. See under Wallamumbi Station and Wright family records,. 1873 - 1947 A114
NEW SOUTH WALES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, ARMIDALE OFFICE: RECORDS Various records including a set of coursebooks for veterinary students dated 1938. Also contained in this collection are extensive descriptions of the different breeds of sheep, cattle and horses as well as an in-depth discussion, through correspondences and forms needed to move cattle between the states, of animal diseases. The emphasis in these correspondences is on the disease commonly known as "Pink Eye". 5 Coursebooks, 4 Folders. 1938-1965 A604
NEW SOUTH WALES DEPARTMENT OF MINERAL RESOURCES - ARMIDALE OFFICE These are the mining records, including Register of Tenements, Register of applications and leases, Applications for Authorities to Enter and Register for Decisions in Cases of Dispute etc. The records cover the areas of Armidale, Guyra, Nundle, Uralla, H illgrove and Wollomombi and the date range is from. 220 volumes, 2 folders. 1872-1978 NE 6
NEW SOUTH WALES DEPT. OF MINES (WARDEN'S OFFICE-TINGHA) These records are part of the NSW State Government collection. It includes registers, indexes and papers related to mining tenements, applications for leases, complaints before the Warden's Court etc. 1875-1969. Refer to the index labelled as above. 145 v ols., 8 boxes. 1875-1969 A463
NEW SOUTH WALES- EARLY PHOTOGRAPHS Photographs depicting a variety of scenes in New South Wales by Kelly and Co. Of Sydney. 48 Photographs c. 1900 A610
NEW STATE LEAGUE See under Dodd records 1876-1918; and the New State League,(Glen Innes) 1920-23. A275
NEW STATE MOVEMENT See under papers of AD. O'Brien re New State Movement etc also New State Movement-New England Branch. c.1963-68 A544
NEW STATE MOVEMENT NORTHERN REGION Armidale convention Photograph 1921 A947
NEWCASTLE STEEL WORKS, OPENING   1915 A853 (part)
NEWCASTLE, DUKE OF, AND SIR JOHN YOUNG: PAPERS Photostatic copies of the private and public correspondences as well as the business papers of the Duke of Newcastle between 1849 and 1865. The majority of this material relates to the colonisation of Australia and New Zealand by Great Britain. Among th is material is included (i) the memo appointing the Duke of Newcastle as Secretary of State for the Colonies, 1854, (ii) private letter books containing most of the correspondences between the Duke of Newcastle and the Colonial Governors, 1852 to 1855 and 1859 to 1864, (iii) letters written from the Colonel Governors and other governmental employees to the Duke of Newcastle between 1852 and 1855 and 1858 to 1863 and (iv) miscellaneous papers relating to the topics of land grants, transportation of prisone rs and progress reports for the continent of Australia, 1859 to 1863. An assortment of papers belonging to Sir John Young, the Colonial Governor of New South Wales during this period, are included in this collection. This material, dating between 1849 an d 1865, is made up of the letters written by Young to various other officials of the colonial system. There is also a copy of an act to authorise payment of retiring pensions to Colonial Governors among this material. 5 Boxes, 1 Mailing Tube. 1849-1865 A312
NEWELL PAPERS A portion of the material used by Peter Newell when he wrote The New England Sketchbook which was published in 1970. This material is filed by town name in the same manner found in the book's synopsis of contents. The purely architectural subjects discu ssed in the book are completely absent from this material. 1 Box 1970 A366
NEWLING PAPERS Personal and professional papers of Mr. CB Newling, first Principal of the Teachers' College, Armidale. 1900-1950 A457
NEWLING PRIMARY SCHOOL Information booklet 1994 A1181a
NEWRYBAR See under Alcorn diaries 1895-1905 A170
NEWTON BOYD STATION, NEWTON BOYD The business correspondences and accounts of Newton Boyd station between 1894 and 1956. A portion of this material is addressed to Roderick and Norman Archibald MacDonald at neighbouring Broadmeadows station. The MacDonald family appeared to be in busines s with the Whitakers of Newton Boyd station with the two families, according to correspondence and accounts for the years 1926 to 1956, trading under the name of N.A. MacDonald and Company. The remaining miscellaneous material in the accession includes (i ) an unidentified notebook from 1899, (ii) five volumes of bank books, 1934 to 1948, (iii) bank statements for D.J. and F. Whitaker for the years 1948 to 1950, (iv) six volumes of cheque butts, 1923 to 1930 and (v) rainfall tables for Broadmeadows station during the years 1927 to 1928 and 1937. 5 Boxes, 3 Folders, 1 Book. 1894-1956 A139
NICKSON LETTERS Six letters addressed to Thomas Nickson, from close family members living near Kidderminster in England, 1846-49, 1862-65. Two of the earlier letters are addressed to him at Broulee, N.S.W. 1846-65 A308
NIVISON ABRAHAM See under Ohio, Walcha: letters received Jan-Mar, 1858 A118
NIVISON ACCOUNTS Re: land and building 1937 A545
NORCO CO-OPERATIVE LTD Minute books, share registers, butter consignment journals, and miscellaneous account books. This record group includes the records of subsidiary companies. Viz: Ballina Refrigeration and Produce Co. Ltd., Alstonville Co-op. Refrigeration Co. Ltd., Etc. [ NOTE: The parent company was registered in N.S.W. on 24th October, 1894; re-registered August 1914 as North Coast Co-operative Co. Ltd.; Name changed to NORCO in 1926. 93 vols., 1 folder. 1892-1935 A3
NORTH COAST REGION PHOTOGRAPHS A collection of photographs, the majority of which appear to depict scenes around Coffs Harbour. The collection was assembled by George England of Coffs Harbour. 372 Photographs. c1915-1918 A325
NORTH WEST HEALTH SERVICE (INC. TAMWORTH BASE HOSPITAL ANNUAL REPORTS   1992-1994 A1059
NORTHERN DAILY LEADER, TAMWORTH NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS Newspaper clippings gathered from the Northern Daily Leader by the Department of University Extension in Tamworth between 1961 and 1965. The majority of these clippings relate to the events at and the running of the University of New England in Armidale. However, articles about the management of the city of Tamworth can also be found in this accession. 1 Box. 1961-1965 A328
NORTHERN NEW STATE MOVEMENT Armidale convention Photograph 1921 A947
NORTHERN NEW STATES LEAGUE, UPPER HUNTER DISTRICT Minute book of the Upper Hunter district council of the Northern New States League, covering the period from the inaugural meeting presided over by Mr H.L. White at Scone (llth May, 1921). The league was formed by the combined representatives of the movem ent from Aberdeen, Gundy, Parkville and Scone; representatives from other northern districts were to join in later years. Minutes end with the meeting of 15th May, 1924, when arrangements were made regarding evidence to be given before the New States Comm ission due to sit at Scone on the 6th and 7th June, 1924. 1 Volume. 1921-24 A219
NORTHWEST CHAMPION See under Moree history: "The Early History Of Moree And Adjacent Districts." 18/1/1967 A313
NORTON FAMILY See under Norton diary Waterloo and Tiara Station 1865-1867 1856-1926 A225
NORTON, A. ARTICLE ENTITLED REMINISCENCES DURING THE FIFTIES, PT I A photostatic copy of an article entitled "Reminiscences During the Fifties, Part I," published in Volume XVII of the Proceedings of the Royal Society of Queensland. The article was written by the Honourable A. Norton, M.L.C. from the New England district of New South Wales. The article was originally read before the Royal Society of Queensland on the 12th of April, 1902. 1 Folder. 1902 A17
NORTON, EDWARD DIARY Edward Norton's diary, 1865-1867 (microfilm copy). 1 Microfiche 1865-1867 A225
NORVILL, PETER See under Murrurundi Historical Society: News-sheets 1981 A276
NULALBIN See under diaries of Cecil Wright Wongwibinda Station and Wright family 1907-1954 1867-1920 A154B
NULALBIN STATION Volume with details of station store accounts, rations and wages, 1889-1891. "Nulalbin", a pastoral station on the Dawson River in Queensland, belonged in this period to the Wright family of "Wongwibinda". 1 vol 1868-1891 A154
NUNDLE See under Wombramurra Station records 1886-1906 A159
NUNDLE Bench of Magistrates: records 1854-1866 A356
NUNDLE Environmental impact and woodchipping study of Duncans Mill 1970-1977 A1441
NYNGAN See under Canonbar, Miowera 1888-1959 A304
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O'BRIEN PAPERS (Re: New State Movement.) c.1963-68 A544
O'BRIEN, A.D See under O'Brien, A.D.: papers re New State Movement etc. c.1963-68 A544
O'SULLIVAN, T. J See under Euroka: Radio Play entitled Wool Away  A532
OBAN See under Clark, T.P.: short biography 1964. A339
ODDFELLOWS See under Manchester Unity Independent Order Of Oddfellows Loyal Lodge, Armidale: records Manchester Unity Independent Order Of Oddfellows, Nundle: records, Manchester Unity Independent Order Of Oddfellows, Nyngan records Manchester Unity Independent Orde r Of Oddfellows, Tenter-field: records 1868-1968 1866-1912 1886-1935 1873-1948 A467
OGILVIE FAMILY See under Moseley and Ogilvie family records 1846-70 A179
OGILVIE See under Yulgilbar photographs 1961. A189
YULGILBAR UPPER COPMANHURST: RECORDS  1859-1948 A141
OGILVIE OF YULGILBAR: NOTES ON FARWELL'S SQUATTER'S CASTLE. Some notes by Kathleen F. Bland on George Farwell's book about Edward D.S. Ogilvie of Yulgilbar Estate near Grafton. Kathleen Bland is a descendant of Ogilvie. n.d. A446
OGILVIE PAPERS, ILPARRAN, GLEN INNES. A large collection of Ogilvie family papers, all but one box of which are of twentieth century origin. A detailed list of these papers is available in the Archives. 23 boxes, 45 vols n.d. A002
OGILVIE, E.D.S., DIARIES AND YULGILBAR STATION MAP E.D.S. Ogilvie's station diaries 1850-1861 (typescript copy), together with a map of Yulgilbar Country (on the Upper Clarence River) showing out-stations and tracks referred to in the diary. 449 foolscap pp., 1 map. 1850-1861. A375
OGILVIE, E.D.S.: SHORT BIOGRAPHY Biographical article on E.D.S. Ogilvie of "Yulgilbar" Station near Tabulam, published in the Daily Examiner, Grafton (offprint, author(s) and date of publication unknown). Accompanying the text of the article is a picture of the late Hon. E.D.S. Ogilvie t aken from a large portrait oil painting by Tom Roberts, on permanent loan to the Clarence River Historical Society. 1 sheet. n.d. A301
OGILVIE, EDWARD DAVID STEWART See under Grafton Daily Examiner Centenary Supplement Sabine Articles 1959, 1852-1964 A518
OHIO, WALCHA: LETTERS Miscellaneous letters addressed to Abraham Nivison, "Ohio", Walcha. The signature on the earliest (19 Jan 1858) is not easily decipherable (but might be Jane Viner). The second (dated 25 Jan 1858) is from Andrew Spencer. There is also an Agreement between Nivison and Alfred M. Girard re: droving of Nivison's cattle and sheep to Melbourne, dated 2 March, 1858; and a letter from Girard to Nivison, dated Tamworth, Sunday 11th(?) March, 1858, describing his difficulties at the outset of that journey. 1 reel mfm. (pt) Jan-Mar, 1858. A118
OLLERA CEMETERY A collection of photographs which supplements the Ollera Cemetery index (held in the card file drawers) n.d. A1451
OLLERA: PHOTOGRAPHS A collection of seven sepia toned photographs of various buildings on Ollera station, including the Horbury Hunt designed chapel c.1880 A1468
OLLERA STATION GUYRA A large collection of station records relating to "Ollera" and "Tenterden" (owned by the Everetts) and "Stratton" (owned by the Mackenzies); as well as records relating to the Everett, Mackenzie and Clerk families (connected through inter-marriage). Diari es and notebooks with personal and business details of Everett and Mackenzie family members cover 1836-48, 1862-1906, and journals kept by E.A. Hill (valet-companion to Mr. Edwin Everett) on sea voyages to and from England, cover 1861, 1880-81. Further re cords include: Everett family correspondence, 1833-67 and business letters, 1874-1908, 1922; genealogical notes re Everetts, c.1968 and Clerks (of "Clerkness", Bundarra) c.1882; miscellaneous papers including newspaper clippings, wills and copies of sketc hes and official reports; station and prod. Accounts, 1841-1909, 1916-17, 1922-24; stock records including a Stud Book (cattle) 1843-53, and Sheep Returns, 1839-49, 1857-1901. (Note: some of the literary records pre-date the establishment of "Ollera" Stat ion.). 1838 - c.1968 A103
OLLERA, GUYRA Writings on the history of the station including an M.A. Thesis by A.V. Crane entitled "Ollera, 1838-1900: A Study of A Sheep Station" , an address by L.A. Gilbert entitled "An Address to Mark the Centenary of the Laying of The Foundation Stone of St Bart holomew's Church, Ollera"and Australian Heritage Commission Reports on Ollera. 1838-1987 A1140
OLLERA: FURTHER EVERETT PAPERS  1838-1855 A1103
OWEN, MR & MRS SID AND FLORENCE  c.1925 A952
OXLEY, JOHN See under History of Tia/Yarrowitch District 1965 A543
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P.N.G First contact with Samberigi by P. O. Jack Hides photograph: n.d. A1022
PADFIELD, EDWARD GEORGE See under Gallipoli Memorial Service 1923 A719
PAGE PAPERS A large and highly miscellaneous collection of papers accumulated over nearly 60 years in the life of an eminent and many-sided Australian. Speeches, press-releases, correspondence and notes on medical, political, social, economic and family matters conce rning Earle Page at various times in his long career. A provisional list (ts, 7pp.) Is available in the Archives. Sir Earle Christmas Grafton Page, K.C.M.G., (1880-1961) was born in Grafton N.S.W. Educated at Grafton Public and Sydney High Schools and at the University of Sydney (which he entered at the unusually early age of 15 years), Page studied medicine, graduating M.B., Ch.M. In 1903, Page set up a medical practice in Grafton specialising in surgery. He served with the A.I.F in France and Egypt (191 6-17) as a medical officer. In 1918 he became Mayor of South Grafton, the first step in a long political career. A founding member of the Australian Country Party, Page was elected to the House of Representatives in 1919. He rose to the positions of Treas urer, Postmaster-General, Minister for Health, Acting Prime Minister and briefly (for 19 days in April 1939) held the high office of Prime Minister. In 1938 he had become a Privy Councillor and spent much of his time during the second world war in London. Of special significance to members of the University of New England is the fact that Earle Page was the first Chairman of the New England University College Council and First Chancellor of the University when it became autonomous in 1954. He died in Dece mber 1961. 8 boxes, 3 folders. 1903-66. A180
PALLAL STATION, BINGARA: RECORDS.  c.1885-1940 A108
PALLAMALLAWA See under Moree History: The Early History of Moree and Adjacent Districts 18/1/1967 A313
PALMER AND GILCHRIST TO JOHN MOORE Lease 1864 A995
PALMER LAND PURCHASE, TENTERFIELD A deed of purchase (by Hannah Ann Palmer) of a portion of land in Tenterfield, dated 1861. 1 deed. 1861 A010
PALMERSTON Photocopies of maps and books which have made reference to Palmerston 1829 A1435 A285
PARK, E.N PAPERS  various A921
PARKES, W.S See under Ellem Family Tree: biographical notes on Richard Ellem of Lancashire, England, and his Australian descendants c.1799-1971 A427
PARKVILLE See under northern new states League: records 1921-1924. A219
PARLIAMENT OF N.S.W. See under Programme for the opening of the Second Session of the Fiftieth Parliament of New South Wales by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 20/2/1992 A694
PATENT SPECIFICAT-IONS  1960-63 A1139
PAYNE, FRANK See under Wombramurra Station: records 1886-1906 A159
PAYNE, FRANK M. See under Waverley Station, Gundy: records, 1914-1961 A271
PAYNE, S.J. AND CO See under Wombramurra Station: records 1886-1906 A159
PEARSON'S SAWMILLS, GUYRA: RECORDS One ledger, 1 vol. 1886-1893. 1886-1893 A11
PEEL RIVER HISTORICAL SOCIETY, TAMWORTH See under Reminiscences of Stephen Jacobs (b. 1833) n.d. A530
PEEL RIVER LAND AND MINERAL CO. LTD. Annual reports for the years 1853, 1903-36 and interim reports for 1908-15; reports of proceedings at annual general meetings of the proprietors of the company held during the period, 1898-1942 (all of the above series incomplete); and the company's memor andum and articles of association, 1920. 1 soft covered vol., 55 reports. 1853-1942 A469A470
PEEL RIVER LAND AND MINERAL COMPANY, TAMWORTH: RECORDS. Reel mfm. 1853-1911 A383
PERROTT FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHS  various A773
PERROTT FAMILY, ARMIDALE See under Chevy Chase, Armidale: notebook and accounts 1877-1897 A129 A1304
PERROTT, A.H Instructions as primary final examination supervisor 1930 A853 (part)
PERSEVER-ANCE MINE See under Beacon Mine photographs c.1896-1900 A196
PIALLAWAY WALHOLLOW ESTATE: RECORDS  c.1873-1913 A158
PICKERING STATION LETTERS This collection of miscellaneous correspondence contains three letters: Frederick Goulburn (Colonial Secretary), to Archibald Bell, dated Sydney, 14 Mar. 1823; Archibald Bell senior to his son of the same name, dated Belmont, 24 Aug. 1836; Mr R. Coley to his niece Mrs. F. Corinda White of Pickering Station, dated, Windsor, 29 May 1883 1823-83 A195
THE PINES, UPPER MANILLA Business records 1920-1976 A508
PITTENDRIGH, GEORGE See under Armidale Golf Club: minutes 1943-60 A231
PLUMTHORPE, BARRABA RECORDS  1860-1958, 1905, 1950-1964 A250A376
POINT LOOKOUT See under Wright Phillip Arundel Papers 1930-37 A182
PORT MACQUARIE See under Presbyterian Church, Port Macquarie c.1950 A1213d
PORT MACQUARIE See under Armidale, Hillgrove and Uralla Courthouses: records, Hastings River Historical Society: miscellaneous records 1856-1957. A384 & A451
PRATT, DOUGLAS See under Booloominbah Sketch: Douglas Pratt 1930's A838a
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH See under Daley, Louise Tiffany: papers. Johnstone diaries, 1860-1906. Johnstone, Reverend Thomas, further diaries McRae, Duncan: diary Tangley Station, Guyra: records 1857 1909 1881-86 A101A,A181,A181B & A133
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (KILCOY-HILLGROVE CHARGE) Church Notes, a Presbyterian monthly paper published for distribution in the Kilcoy-Hillgrove charge, Jan. 1928 - Feb. 1929, Jan. 1930. 1 folder. 1928-30 A515
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH - SAINT ANDREW'S, TAMWORTH: MINUTES The records comprise three categories of church minute books as follows: (i) Church Committees: General Minute Book, (1 vol.), 29 DEC 1862 - 5 SEP 1904; (ii) Kirk Session Books, (3 vol.), 1905-49, 1973-77; and (iii) Board of Management: Minutes, (9 vol.), 1910-73. 13 reels mfm 1862-1977 A504
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF EASTERN AUSTRALIA (ARMIDALE): NEWSPAPER ITEM  1993 A792
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, PORT MACQUARIE Eipper, Rev. AJ. The History Of The Port Macquarie Charge Of The Presbyterian Church c.1950 A1213d
PRESBYTERIAN METHODIST AND UNITING CHURCHES, WAUCHOPE  1972 - 1980 A969
PRISONERS' AID ASSOCIATION Minute book 1905 - 1909 A1108
PROGRAMME FOR THE OPENING OF THE SECOND SESSION OF THE FIFTIETH PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES BY HER MAJESTY QUEEN ELIZABETH II The official programme for the Opening of the Second Session of the Fiftieth Parliament of New South Wales by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. The event, held on the 20th of February, 1992, was attended by the Chancellor of the University of New England, Dr. R.C. Robertson-Cuninghame, who donated this programme. 1 Folder. 20/2/1992 A694
PUDDLEDOCK See under Richardson, J & Company 1877 A307
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QUARRY Documentation pertaining to the redevelopment of Armidale Cement Industries Quarry into a nature reserve, and neighbourhood park by INSPECT 1970-1977 A1441
QUEENSLANDSee under Grant Letter, 1924 Murray Diary, 1859-60. Murray Expedition, 1862. Wongwibinda Station and Wright family records, 1867-1920n.d.A440 & A18 A440 A298 & A157
QUIRINDI See under Windy, Quirindi: records 1872-1923 A164
QUIRINDI PRESS CUTTINGS J.W. Tebbutt's collection of press cuttings relating to the Quirindi District, mainly obituaries, reminiscences of early days and articles on the early inhabitants of Quirindi (xerox copies). 140 pp 1925-36 A365
QUIRK, JOHN (BUTCHER), TUMBULGUM: Account books Journal of accounts (15 May 1886 - 27 July 1891) records daily retail sales of meat to customers who had an account with Quirk. Journal entries are periodically posted to the Ledger (1 Apr 1886 - 27 July 1391) where they are entered in individual accounts. The ledger is indexed. Folio references allow easy comparisons between these basic books of account. John Quirk (said to be the first butcher on the Tweed) was born on the Isle of Man. After coming to New South Wales, he tried tobacco growing on the Hunter, and took part in a gold rush in north Queensland before opening his butchery at Tumbulgum. Tumbulgum (the stress is on the second syllable) is a small town about 20 kilometres to the north-east of Murwillumbah on the far north coast of New South Wales. 2 vols (shelved flat) 1886-91 A143
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RADIO BROADCAST ENTITLED THE FIRST FEW DAYS A typescript copy of the radio documentary entitled The First Few Days broadcast on the occasion of Australia's 175th anniversary. The programme ran on the 26th of January, 1963, and was prepared by Brian White. 1 Folder 1963 A524
RAMORNIE STATION, COPMANHURST: RECORDS   1856-1925 A148
RAMORNIE, GRAFTON See under Tindal letter, 1857; and Webber letter, 1869 A239
RANGER'S VALLEY, DUNDEE: RECORDS A pastoral station in the Glen Innes district, "Ranger's Valley" was originally held by the Bloxsome family. The records in this group are mainly account books: including ledgers, cash and wages books, and ration issue books (1851-94). There is a stud boo k (1873-86) and specifications for a stable (to be erected in 1889). Also held is a microfilm copy of a typescript entitled: "A short biography of Oswald Bloxsome Snr.", The original of which is in the possession of the depositor. 12 vols.., 1 folder, 1 r eel mfm 1851-94 A123
RAWDON ISLAND SCHOOL: VARIETY Show programmes 1943, 1946 A1213b
RAWSON LETTERS Seven letters of William Rawson, sheep farmer of Llangothlin, to his brother Samuel & father living in England, 1844-46. They contain references to Adelaide, the Colonial wool market, New England's healthy climate and the increasing number of married wome n taking up residence in the district. 1844-46 A379
RAYMOND TERRACE See under Deepwater Station Deepwater: records 1845-1945 A142
RED CROSS See under Booloominbah photographs c.1918 A855A855
REES, HARRIET See under Low, William, of Uralla: papers, 1858, 1871-1933 A246
REGISTER OF NSW MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS   1887 A454
REMINISCENCES OF MARY ALICE MOSELEY A booklet transcribed and annotated by mary Moseley's great grandson, James Bath   A1470
RENSHAW, J.B See under Royal and Ancient Order Of Buffaloes, Greenbah Lodge: records 1938-1939 A323A
RETREAT FARM DUNGAY, MURWILLUM-BAH One Ledger, "Retreat Farm", 1 vol. 1910-27 1910-27. A223
RICHARDS, CAPT W.M. See under Greenwells Station records, 1835-1959 A220
RICHARDSON, J. & CO.: BUSINESS AND FAMILY PAPERS   1890-1871-1980 A934
RICHARDSON, J. & CO.: FURTHER PAPERS   1851-1992 A1020
RICHARDSON, J., & CO., ARMIDALE: RECORDS Records of a long-established Armidale general store, including ledgers, journals, cash books, freight books, wages and sales books, and bills payable and receivable; together with two bundles of auditors' reports. The earliest volume is a Sales Ledger wi th Balance Accounts and Stocktaking Record, titled "Private Ledger", 1881-1913. Approx 75 vols, 1 box reports. 1881-1950 A105
RICHARDSON, J., & COMPANY Quarterly statement addressed to Mr. Ah Chee, of Puddledock, for groceries bought from J. Richardson & Co. Of Armidale, dated 31 Jun. L877 (see also A105). 1 sheet. 1877 A307
RICHARDSON, JOHN (SHIRE CLERK, GUYRA) See under Guyra, History of, from foundation to present day 1959. A15
RICHARDSON, JOHN, DIARY John Richardson's diary, describing a voyage from London to Sydney in 1838 (photoprint copy, original in the possession of Mr. J.R. Richardson). 28 pp 1838. A13
RICHMOND RIVER DISTRICT See under Daley, Louise Tiffany: papers. Daley, Louise Tiffany: further papers. Towner diaries, 1881-1951 Yabsley diaries, 1871-1877, 1902-1922. Yabsley, William jr: diary, 1863-1902. 1881-1951 & 1871-1877, 1902-1922 & 1863-1902 A101A, A1302, A169 A120 A459
RICHMOND RIVER HISTORICAL SOCIETY Bibliography Of Historical records relating to the Richmond River, 1956 A539
RICHMOND RIVER HISTORICAL SOCIETY: RECORDS RE ABORIGINES   c.1842- c.1960 A287
RICHMOND RIVER HISTORICAL SOCIETY: RECORDS This accession consists of two parts: (i) microfilm copies of original records held by the Richmond River Historical Society, and (ii) copies of photographs of scenes in and around Lismore, mostly dating from the period c.1870 - c.1910. The microfilm reco rds consist of (a) the Diary of William Tudor Yeager, 1873; (b) The Life of William Urben of Urbenville, written by himself, 1925; (c) the Minute Book of the Tuckerimba and District Progress Association, 1890 - 1908; and (d) the "History of the First Sett lers on the Richmond River", a collection of articles written by Charles Jarrett, J.P., during the years c.1890 - c.1905. 4 reels microfilm, 358 photographs. c.1873 - 1925 A101
RICHMOND RIVER A Short History of the Richmond River n.d. A900
RIDDOCK, G. & J See under Weinteriga, Wilcannia: Stud book 1877-1941 A207
RIESER, LEON See under Macleay River Historical Society: papers 1860-1915 A302a
RIMBANDA See under Terrible Vale and Rimbanda Station records, 1874-98. Wollun Station records, 1875-1946 A102
RIMBANDA STATION RECORDS Accounts for "Rimbanda Station" (Kentucky) are recorded in a Ledger 1871-74, Stores Account Book 1871-75, and Stock and Shearing Book 1871-86. Records of conditional purchases for "Rimbanda", for "Muluerindi" (Walcha), and for "Jeogla" (Armidale), are als o part of this accession. (All are on microfilm. Location of originals unknown.) All these properties belonged to members of the Wright family. 3 microfilm reels. 1871-86. A228
RIXON, H.N.: REMINISCENCES (Armidale Express report) 1955 A1211
ROBERTSONS OF "STRACHAN": RECORDS The three items in this small, but interesting, accession are: (i) Diary, ledger and notebook (1 vol.) Of Arthur Wellesly Robertson. The diary runs from 12 Feb to 30 July 1837 and describes a voyage from Scotland to Van Diemen's Land aboard the barque Per thshire. The ledger (in a different hand - probably R.R.C. Robertson's) dates from l844 to l846 and records issues of stores and rations (probably at "Wellington Vale"). The scanty notes on other pages relate mainly to wool weights. (ii) Station diary (18 42) and notebook (1842-6) of Robert Reid Cuninghame Robertson; and (iii) Framed portrait of R.R.C. Robertson (undated, but probably 1870's). Arthur Wellesly Robertson took up "Wellington Vale" in 1838 and named it after his godfather, the Duke of Wellingt on. R.R.C. Robertson was A.W.R's brother. 2 vols, 1 portrait. 1837 A178
ROCKHAMP-TON See under Wright, Cecil: diaries 1907-54. A154B
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH: VERY REV. JOACHIM GUERRINI, O.F.M Roman Catholic Church: Very Rev. Joachim Guerrini, O.F.M 1910& 1988 A930
ROSEBANK COTTAGE, LIMESTONE CREEK   1866, 1993-94 A809
ROSS REMINISCENCES INVERELL   1913. A535
ROUMALLA See under Sandilands papers 1846-99 A122
ROWE, J.B.: PUBLICATIONS   19/7/1995 A1136
ROYAL AND ANCIENT ORDER OF BUFFALOES, GREENBAH LODGE: RECORDS The accounts book which contains the financial records of the Lodge for the years 1938 and 1939. The accounts book was maintained by the Treasurer of the Lodge and audited by John B. Renshaw. 1 Volume 1938-1939. A323a.
ROYAL SOCIETY OF N.S.W. - JOURNAL AND PROCEEDINGS   1885-1954 A940
ROYAL SYDNEY PHILATELIC CLUB (ARMIDALE CIRCLE): BRANCH RECORDS Permission must be sought before records can be used or photocopied 1970-1996 A920
ROYLE, EMILY ELIZA, DIARY A typescript copy of the diary of Emily Eliza Royle, which was begun on the occasion of the family's departure from England to Australia on the 17th of November, 1880. The diary not only describes the 53 day trip to Melbourne aboard the S S Kent but conti nues for another six months as the family settles into life in Australia. The last entry of this diary is on the 1st of June, 1881. 1 Volume 1880-1881 A338
RURAL LANDS PROTECTION BOARD, TAMWORTH: RECORDS  1902-1974 A1042
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SABINE ARTICLES A miscellaneous collection of articles (typescript), and verses by Mrs. Freda Sabine of Grafton, about pioneering families, early times and sites of interest in the Grafton area. They are not dated, but one of them appeared in the Daily Examiner, 5 Mar. 1 964; copies of letters (mainly business), by Edward David Stewart Ogilvie of "Yulgilbar" Station, 1852-67 (from his Letterbook, in the possession of Mrs. Sabine when these records were received). A lengthy typescript article with family trees and pictures , on the Ogilvie and Tindale families who settled on the Clarence River, and the Bundocks of the Upper Richmond River, by John Stevens and Mrs. Freda Sabine forms part of this collection. 1 thick folder (approx. 18 articles). 1852-1964. A330
SALISBURY COURT See under Goldsworth Station records 1898-1959. A346
SANDILANDS PAPERS Letterbooks of J. Hope Sandilands of "Roumalla", Walcha, 1875-7-1885-7; together with miscellaneous letters and other manuscripts apparently kept by Sandilands as literary curios c.1846-99 A122
SANTAMARIA, B.A., ET AL.: PAMPHLET Publications 1950's 1960's A949
SARGEANT, EDWARD (TED) AND BRIDGET (NEE JONES) See under Jones, Jack and Walter: letters 1918-19 A744
SAUMAREZ See under Saumarez: further diaries 1910, 1925-34 A149A
SAUMAREZ DIARIES: FURTHER DIARIES This further deposit of station diaries from "Saumarez", Armidale complements the set of diaries deposited in 1961, (see A149). We now hold an unbroken run of this series for the years 1883 to 1934 inclusive. 11 vols 1910, 1925-34 A149a
SAUMAREZ PONDS LETTER Letter from J. Moffat to a person he believes to be his past acquaintance, Harry Brewer, dated Saumarez Ponds, Armidale, 22 Mar. 1879, describing how he has fared since their last meeting at Scots Saw Mills, Brisbane Water 1879 A364
SAUMAREZ STATION RECORDS The records of "Saumarez" Station, a pastoral property just south of Armidale, and other White Brothers' properties, including "Aberfoil". This collection contains the station diaries of F.J. White, for the years 1883-1924, and copies of his personal and business letters from 1905-12. The "Saumarez" Station Account Books record financial transactions for the period 1899-1904. The "Aberfoil" Station Account Books, 1902-12 complete the collection. (For further station diaries for the years 1910 and 1925-34 (received in 1983) see A149a and a149b.) 73 vols., 1 box 1877-1924. A149
SAUMAREZ: PAPERS FROM THE OFFICE OF F.J. WHITE   1874-1942 A1109
SAVAGE AND SONS, HILLGROVE AND ARMIDALE: RECORDS The customer order books, ledgers and advertising materials of Savage and Sons in Hillgrove and Armidale. The customer order books of this Tailorshop run from continuously from 1904 to 1970. Two of the volumes of customer orders are also used as ledgers for the years 1890 to 1891 and c.1929 to c.1937. The two volumes labelled as ledgers encompass the years c.1890 to 1907 and 1895 to 1923. This accession also contains undated advertising materials which are from the 1930's and the 1950's. 21 Volumes, 1 Folder. 1890-1970 A633
SCHOLES FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHS   c.1875-1900 A873b
SCHOLES RECOLLECTIONS (TS) School of Arts See under Casino School Of Arts: records, 1880-1956 Coffs Harbour School of Arts, 1938-46 Coraki School Of Arts: records, 1900-1951 A853
SCHOLES RECORDS Two letters of Joseph Scholes, Sr. The first dated 1841, describes his voyage to Australia and plans for a journey to Queensland. The second, dated Belford, Hunter River, 1843, describes his life as an assistant horse breaker. A third letter dated Rio De Janeiro, 1841 is from Edward and Mary Blackburn. 1841-1843 A8
SCHOOLS IN THE NEW ENGLAND AREA See Armidale Anniversaries and Celebrations see small schools photographs 1923, 1938 & 1963 A1006
SCHOOLS COMMISSION: REPORT FOR THE TRIENNIUM   1976 - 1978 A842
SCHRADER, LUDWIG, DIARY Ludwig Schrader's diary, intended in part for those interested in his daily activities and in the Holstein Estate, 1 May, 1873 - 3 Apr. 1874. 1 Volume 1873-1874 A233
SCOBIE SCRAPBOOK The Scrapbook contains newspaper clippings from a variety of papers including the Maitland Mercury, and covering the period 1889-1902, 1915, 1939. Many of the news items relate to the Maitland district and Scobie family (early settlers of the district). T he scrapbook was received in 1968, and was the second deposit made by the Scobie family (for earlier accession, see A326). 1 bound scrapbook. 1889-1939 A345
SCONE See under Invermein Station, Scone: records Northern New States League: papers, 1921-24 1855-1934 A226
SCONE The Scone Advocate: Sesqui-Centennial Supplement 1975 A981
SECCOMBE FAMILY PAPERS The documents of the Seccombe family compiled by J.Z. Juddery, S.D. Turton and P.J. Weddell make up the center of this accession. A photostatic copy of a letter dated 1887 from Edwin Seccombe of Nowra to John Seccombe of Wollongbar is also a part of this collection. An overview of the family, entitled "A Matter of Chance: Seccombe since the Saxons and Wollongbar," is available for reference in this material as well. The article was written by W.J. Olley and Mary Seccombe. 3 Folders. 1887, 1988, 1990. A717
SETON See under Wellingrove Station photographs c.1880-1901 A201A370
SHANNON VALE See under Urandangie, Guyra: records 1881-1958 A117
SHEET MUSIC: "THE ARMIDALE GALOP." An undated piece of sheet music for the piano forte entitled "The Armidale Galop." The piece was composed by Mrs. W. Ewins who paid for it to be published. According to Mrs. Ewins, the galop had been, prior to publication, "played by its Composer, in th e circles of the elite, in different parts of New England and elsewhere, and has ever proved a favourite." 1 Folder. n.d. A487
SIMPSON, PEARSON: PHOTOGRAPH Photograph of Pearson Simpson (n.d.), Possibly taken in the 1860's. A letter accompanying the photograph gives some interesting biographical and historical detail regarding Simpson's life and times. According to the depositor (his grandson), Pearson Sim pson was the first white man to come to the Ballina district and the first to cut cedar on the Richmond river (8th February 1841). Simpson had arrived in the colony in 1827. 1 photograph c.1860 A173
SINCLAIR FAMILY See under Waterloo Pastoral Company, Glen Innes: records, 1885-1953 Waterloo Station photographs c.1910-17 A172
SINCLAIR, DUNCAN See under Kalanga Station, Glen Innes: records c.1861-1933 A216
SINGLETON See under Aytondale and Abbey Green, Singleton, Stud Books, Dangar Letterbook 1878-96 A175
SINGLETON: AYTONDALE AND ABBEY GREEN, STUD BOOKS DANGAR LETTERBOOK Spencer's Journal 1878-96 1866-68 A235
SLIDES OF LIVESTOCK   c.1900 A774
SMALL SCHOOLS IN NEW ENGLAND REGION A selection of photographs with captions relating to small schools in the New England Region as visited by an Inspector of School over his time in this area n.d. A1434
SMITH BROTHERS PHOTOGRAPHS Two framed studio photographs dating from around 1895. The first photograph pictures Charlie, George, Bill and Tom Smith who were all financially involved in the opening of the Bakers Creek gold mine. The second photograph shows two unidentified men who are thought to be business associates of the Smith brothers. 2 Oversized Photographs c.1895 A638
SMITH, GEORGE See under Hillgrove Mines, 1906-1917 A6
SMITH, HARRY AVERY: MEMOIRS (EXTRACTS), Newspaper cuttings giving extracts from the memoirs of Harry Avery Smith, son of Mary Anne Smith (née Avery), of Grafton. See also A217 for the diaries of Mary Anne (Avery) Smith. 2pp 1941, 1943 A1303
SMITH, MARY ANNE, DIARIES Two diaries written by Mary Anne Smith (née Avery) of "Rosewood", Grafton. The diaries give a lively picture of middle-class life in Grafton at the end of the nineteenth century. From the text, "Rosewood" appears to be a mixed farming property within easy walking distance of Grafton. Mrs Smith and her family were on friendly terms with many of the town's solicitors, doctors, bankers, auctioneers, hotel keepers and well-to-do farmers and business managers, and frequently exchanged visits with them. 2 Volu mes. 1898, 1900. A217
SMITHTOWN PUBLIC SCHOOL: REGISTER OF ADMISSION   n.d. A870
SOCIETY FOR GROWING AUSTRALIAN PLANTS (ARMIDALE   1977-1994 A1085
SOLOMON'S NEGATIVES, TAMWORTH   n.d. A1150
SOLOMONS See under Armidale Views, n.d. A407
SOLOMONS STUDIOS, TAMWORTH A collection of 599 photographs of individuals, businesses, sporting teams and various groups in the Tamworth area. 25 year NUMBERS P8882-9348 RESTRICTED 1954-1968 A1428
SPANISH MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION Four manuscripts in the Spanish language found in the chapel of the Colombus family at Boalsburg, Pa., U.S.A. As well as the three manuscripts listed in the title there is a fourth manuscript, the date and much of the text of which is indecipherable 1641, 1792, 1806. A522
SPENCER FAMILY CHRONICLES   1844-1915 A899
SPENCER FAMILY PAPERS (OF IRONBARK CREEK STATION) AND PAPERS OF FAMILY FRIEND EDWARD NEWTON The papers, correspondences, portraits, printed books and artefacts of the Spencer family of Ironbark Creek station and their friend Edward Newton. Almost half of this material belongs to Edward Newton who arrived in Sydney in March 1842 aboard the Duche ss of Kent. Newton's portion of the accession includes (i) eight printed books ranging in topics from the Holy Bible to The History of England, (ii) an undated pen portrait and two oil miniatures, one of which is a portrait of Stephen Lamprell Sencer of Wickhambrook, Moulton, Suffolk, (iii) 2 framed photographs of Mary McKidd, c.1850, who married William Spencer, (iv) drafting instruments of Edward Newton and the measurements of various areas and solids, 1840-1841, (v) a pocket companion containing notes made during the passage between London and Sydney, 1841-1842 and (vi) various personal and business letters, 1846-1864. The remainder of this collection relates to the Spencer family of Ironbark Creek station. Included in this material is (i) Seven phot ographs and two watercolours of various friends, members of the family and places, (ii) 3 marriage certificates for different members of the Spencer family as well as an incomplete geneology with explanatory notes, (iii) Six personal and business letters of the Spencer family and (iv) newspaper clippings of the death notices of Joseph Armstrong, the retirement of Captain Joseph Harper of Maidstone, Kent and the lease of Burgess Hall in Leeds. 1 Box c.1830-1877, 1915, 1942. A641
SPENCER'S JOURNAL Dangar letterbook, 1878-96. Microfilm copies of: (i) Business letterbook of A.A. Dangar, 1878-96 (1137) (ii) A short account of Thomas Spencer's trip to Australia, January 1866 - July 1868. (M38). 2 reels mfm 1866-68 A235
SPRINGFIELD, GLENCOE See under Jones, Jack and Walter, letters 1918-19 A744
ST. JOHN 'S CHURCH, URALLA Photographs and detailed descriptions of interior and exterior, by Helen Wilson , as a history project for Armidale CAE n.d. A1434
ST. PETER'S PRE-SCHOOL   1957-1995 A1420
STAMMER, ARCH-DEACON See under Bolivia Station records, 1913-45 A392
STANDBYE See under Goldsworthy station records 1898-1959. A346
STATE BANK OF N.S.W Shaking Off Still More Dust 1994 A927
STONY BATTER, URALLA Ledger 1886-98 A368
STRACHAN See under Robertsons of "Strachan": records 1837 A178
STRATHBOGIE See under Body, Edmund diaries and business records c. 1843- 1934 A134
STRATHBOGIE STATION, EMMAVILLE: RECORDS   1882-1917 A124
STRATHDON IMMIGRANT SHIP See under Diary of An Unidentified Passenger Aboard The Immigrant Ship Strathdon 15/9/1871 - 23/12/1871 A541
SULMAN, JOHN (ARCHITECT) See under Australian Joint Stock Bank Limited 1887-89 A399
SUNNYSIDE, TENTERFIELD RECORDS Posters displaying auctioneers' maps advertising the subdivision of Tenterfield cattle station issued on the occasions of sales by auction of certain blocks from that property. Sales took place on November 7, 1907 (28,000 acres offered) and again on June 20, 1923 (about 2000 acres). The poster advertising the earlier sale is in fragments. The 1923 poster is in fair condition. There is also an account book (belonging to Rawdon Mack) relating to the property "Sunnyside" and covering the period 1934-39. Some loose accounts and business correspondence were found in its covers. 1 vol., 2 folders 1907, 1923, 1934-9 A236
SUTHERLANDALAN See under Eatonsville sketches 1956. A145
SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE ADVISORY BOARD: PLANS These plans were found among the papers of the late Edgar H. Booth, formerly Warden of the New England University College, when a collection of his books donated to the Dixson Library by his widow was unpacked. c.1903 A523
SYDNEY, UNIVERSITY OF - UNION Honi Soit vol. 1 no. 1 3/5/1929 A893
SYDNEY: PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE ROCKS AREA Seventeen photographic prints showing buildings and streets in the Rocks, Sydney. Subjects include: Cumberland Street from Dawes Point, the Argyle cut and steps to Princes Street, the Whalers' Arms, Cambridge Street, Essex Street looking west from George Street, Argyle Street near Ives' Bond Store, the Model Public School at the intersection of Princes and Essex streets, Sydney Hospital, Ophthalmic Branch (Moorcliffe House), Holy Trinity Church, McBride's Hotel, Windmill street, etc. Five of the photograp hs are unidentified. The photographs were taken by Sir Elliot Johnson (1862-19--) scenic artist, telegraphist, seaman (2nd mate), journalist and jack-of-all-trades. Born in Newcastle-on-Tyne, Johnson travelled extensively, even seeing active service in t he Chili-Peruvian war. He ultimately settled in Sydney, whence he entered the Australian Federal Parliament as the representative for Lang in 1903. 17 prints (16x21 cm.). c.1900-02. A306
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SERIES TITLEDescriptionDate range Accession number
TABULAM See under Ogilvie letters 1852-67 A336
TAMWORTH See under Gardner, William: Tamworth Manuscript, 1851. Manchester Unity Independent Order Of Oddfellows, Nundle Muggleton Reminiscences, 1955. Solomon's negatives, Tamworth Telfer reminiscences, c.1903 Telfer, William Jr., Reminiscences, c.1916 Tourism Ta mworth: The New England Highway, 1995 Wallabadah records, 1869-1944 1851 A210
TAMWORTH: ARTICLE ENTITLED THE JEWS OF TAMWORTH. Photostatic copy of an article entitled "The Jews of Tamworth" by Rabbi Dr. Israel Porush. The article was originally read before the Australian Jewish History Society on the 31st of August, 1950 and published in a volume of the Australian Jewish History Society Journal, c.1952. Also included in this copy of the Australian Jewish History Society Journal is a section entitled "The Jews of Tamworth - Supplemental Notes" by A.,M. Cohen which was read before the Society on the 8th of April, 1952 c.1950 A533
TAMWORTH BUILDING AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY Minutes of the Society, 1922-50; records of investments and accounts in Ledgers, Journals, Cashbooks etc., 1922-50. Several brochures describe the rules of the Society, which was established in 1875. 14 vols., 1 folder 1875-1950 A310
TAMWORTH DAILY OBSERVER An issue of the Tamworth Daily Observer, 1 Nov. 1916. 4 pages. 1916 A485
TAMWORTH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL: RECORDS Copies of the ledgers of the Tamworth Muncipal Council which contain the record of the categorised business and financial dealings of the Council between 1876 and 1925. Only one assessment book, for the year 1876, and one Water rate register, for the yea r 1903, are contained in this collection. The cash book also contains the records of a relatively short period of time from July of 1905 to December of 1908. The rate books, however, run for the years 1877 to 1910 and 1913 to 1924. The valuation books also have a large number of volumes encompassing the years 1911 to 1914, 1918 and 1923 to 1925. 38 Microfiche. 1876-1925 A614
TANCRED BROTHERS PTY. LTD., BOURKE: RECORDS There are only two items in this accession: (i) Wage sheets, 1 July 1941 - 31 Mar. 1942. They list names of employees, amount of wages paid and tax deducted. Staff are grouped on the wage sheets by location and function: beef slaughter house, gut house , drovers, hides and sheepskins, tallow house, engine room staff, etc. (ii) Tender (with specifications) for air-conditioning equipment for Messrs. Tancred Bros. Ltd., Bourke (1938). The tender is submitted by Richard Wildridge & Co. Ltd., Refrigerating Engineers, Sydney. The required equipment comprised a hot beef chiller and a mutton chiller. 2 items 1938, 1941-42. A160
TANGLEY STATION, GUYRA: RECORDS.   1871-1942 A133
TAREELA See under UNE- History Dept: miscellaneous records 1894 & 1902 A490
TASMAN (STEAMSHIP) See under Memories of Mary 1915 A388
TATTERSALL, EDITH M See under UNE - Dixson Library: records, 1946-57 A466 & A718
TAYLOR FAMILY See under Terrible Vale Station and Taylor family records 1827-1916 A214
TAYLOR FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHS   c.1850-c.1940 A456
TAYLOR, ARCH See under Armidale Senior Citizens' Association: Taylor, Arch, The First Twelve Years 1976 A1298b
TEBBUTT, J. See under Quirindi press cuttings 1925 1936 A365
TELFER REMINISCENCES Multiple roneo-ed TS. Copies of the reminiscences of William Telfer Jr., Who was born at Calala (West Tamworth) in July 1841, was the son of the first manager of "Warrah", in the employ of the Australian Agricultural Company under 'Commissioner' Parry. Th e reminiscences relate to the period from the 1840's to the years after Federation. The original manuscript from which these copies were made is in the UNE Archives (A147/ V213). It was found among papers deposited by Gen. J.M.L. MacDonald in 1961, and fo r more than a decade after that was known as "the shepherd's diary" or "the Wallabadah MS.", Until the identity of the author was definitely established in 1972. 120 pages per copy. c.1903 A147b
TELFER, WILLIAM JR See under Telfer reminiscences Telfer, William jr., Reminiscences, Wallabadah records c.1903 c.19161869-1944. A380
TELFER, WILLIAM JR.: REMINISCENCES The original manuscript of these reminiscences is held in the Mitchell Library, Sydney (ML A2376). It is interesting to compare this version of the reminiscences with the so-called "Wallabadah Manuscript", the original of which is held at UNE (See A147/V 213). 1916 A380
TELFER, WILLIAM: ARTICLE An article entitled William Telfer in Australia (1825-1850) and his Association with the Australian Agricultural Company. The article was written by Mrs. Beverley Wilson in 1976. Mrs. Wilson is the great-great-granddaughter of William Telfer. 1 Folder. td> 1976 A697a
TELLING IT LIKE IT WAS A booklet produced by the Uralla Neighbourhood Centre in 1996 and containing personal histories of Uralla residents 1996 A1188
TEMORA FARMERS' UNION See under United Farmers and Woolgrowers Association. 1900-1964 A252
TENNANT, KYLIE See under UNE English Department: Commonwealth Literary fund n.d. A360
TENNYSON See under Vyner papers 1845 - 87.  
TENTERDEN See under Ollera Station (Guyra) 1838 - c.1968 A103
TENTERFIELD See under Bolivia Station records, 1913-45. Palmer land purchase, Tenterfield, 1861 "Sunnyside", Tenterfield: records, 1907, 1923, 1934-9 Crawford Collection, Tenterfield 1913-1945 A392
TENTERFIELD AND COOLOOTAI RECORDS A collection of letterbooks and accounts from "Tenterfield" and "Coolootai" stations. From "Tenterfield" there are some accounts for the period 1900-07. There is also a register of conditional purchases (c.l900). From "Coolootai" we hold: letterbook (2 vo ls., 1902-03, 1917 and 1902-05), a storebook (1894-97), woolbooks (16 vols., With gaps, 1922-50) ledger, journal and cashbook (1894-1910). There is also a letterbook (1900-09) whose contents relate to both stations. 26 vols. 1894-1950. A227
TENTERFIELD DISTRICT HISTORICAL SOCIETY PAPERS A varied collection of material from the Tenterfield District Historical Society dating from 1835 to 1958. Included in this material are the records of the Tenterfield District Historical Society, itself, as well as numerous pamphlets, articles and broch ures about the Tenterfield District and its history. The collection is also enhanced by the correspondences of the both the Historical Society and individuals in the area throughout this time period 1835-1958. A186
TENTERFIELD DISTRICT HISTORICAL SOCIETY: NOTES A sketch of the history of settlement of Tenterfield prepared by the Department of Lands for the Tenterfield Historical Society, initialled B.T.D., and dated 23rd Dec. 1940; notes and source references on early settlement; a copy of a Lands Department rep ort on the question of early settlement (n.d.); A list of early settlers taken "from an old parish map impression of Bolivia Station", 1939; and T.G. Hewitt's reminiscences of Tenterfield in 1852, entitled "After Fifty Years" (typescript copy of an articl e published in the Northern Star, Lismore, 15 Feb. Circa 1902). 1 reel mfm. 1902-40 A016
TENTERFIELD SCHOOL OF ARTS Minute Books cover the period 1913-24, 1954-58. Some contain Annual Reports and balance sheets. As well, there are a Cashbook, 1904-08, Income and Expenditure Accounts, 1954-58, and a list of the number and type of books held in the School of Arts Libra ry, July, 1954. 3 vols. 1904-58. A258
TENTERFIELD: BOOKLET ENTITLED A WALK THROUGH HISTORIC TENTERFIELD A copy of the booklet written and illustrated by Diane Baldwin in 1984. Includes an inscription to the former archivist Allan Wilkes. 1 booklet. c.1984v A739
TERRIBLE VALE AND RIMBANDA STATION RECORDS Accounts and business correspondence relating to the running of "Terrible Vale" and "Rimbanda" sheep stations in the last quarter of the nineteenth century. 7 folders 1874-98 A102
TERRIBLE VALE STATION AND TAYLOR FAMILY RECORDS The record group consists of (i) pastoral records relating to the day-to-day running of the sheep station "Terrible Vale" at Kentucky, near Armidale from 1840 to 1916; these records include wool books (10 vol.), 1848-64; ledgers (7 vol.) 1877-1907; a pri vate ledger (2 vol.), 1894-1916; sheep returns (7 vol.) 1876-1907; a letterbook (press-copies), 1886-1912; also rations, stores and wages books. (ii) legal papers and related correspondence concerning the purchase of "Terrible Vale" from R.R. Mackenzie by William Tydd Taylor and Richard Middleton, and the subsequent dissolution (in 1843) of the latter partnership; also papers re boundary disputes and many other matters. Lists are available in the Archives for both categories of record. 15 vol., 2 boxes td> 1827-1916 A214
TERRIBLE VALE Maps and Plans of Terrible Vale and the Armidale region Various A1442
TERRILL, J Terrill family home at 159 Taylor St, Armidale plans and specifications 1927 A1436
TEXAS, QLD: TEXAS BURIAL SITES   1990 A835
THE ROCKS See under Sydney: photographs of the Rocks areac. 1900-02 A306
THOMAS, J.F. DIARIES   1980 A560
THOMPSON RECOLLECTIONS The recollections of Mrs. Florence Thompson, nee Ensor (typescript). Written in 1972 when she was in her ninetieth year. They provide a description of her family's migration from South Africa to Australia, and their arrival in Sydney in 1882. Also their s ubsequent move to Inverell where they settled on a selection called "Cradock" near Graman, and, in later years, her work for the Methodist Church in Sydney and at Seaforth. 8 pp. 1972 A398
THUNDERBOLT CAPT. Material accumulated for the writing of a book called A Ghost called Thunderbolt and also an assessment of Capt. Thunderbolt by Stephan Williams c.1985 A568
THUNDERBOLT - BRIEF ANECDOTES Copy of a letter to Prof. Russel Ward from Mr. Phillip McClelland of Nelson Bay, dated 28 Sept. 1980, containing brief anecdotes about his great-great uncle's encounters with Thunderbolt and Yellow Long. 1 page (typescript). 1980. A480
THUNDERBOLT PAPERS Supplement to the Armidale Express & Uralla Times, 20 May, 1970, commemorating the gallantry of Constable Alexander Walker in apprehending Thunderbolt; three copies of the address presented by the Hon. R. Else-Mitchell (President of the Royal Historical S ociety) at Uralla during the Thunderbolt Centenary Week, 16-24 May, 1970; and a bibliography (compiled by R.K. Cummins) of books and articles which refer to Thunderbolt, supplied by various Australian libraries. 1 large envelope. 1969-70. A373
TIA STATION RECORDS One volume from Tia Station, near Walcha. Initially it was used to record information about stores and horses for the period 1882-98. At a later date it was used to record the amount of timber cut, c.1914. 1 volume 1882-1914 A212
TIA/ YARROWITCH DRAFT FINDINGS OF LOCAL HISTORY TIA/ YARROWITCH A typescript history of European settlement in the Yarrowitch valley from its discovery by John Ox1ey on the 17th of September, 18l8 to the year of publication, l965. Yarrowitch is a small farming and grazing community, situated on the edge of the New En gland tableland, thirty miles from Walcha. The author of this article is unknown. 1965 A543
TIARA STATION See under Norton diary 1865-67 A225
WATERLOO AND TIARA STATION RECORDS   1856-1926 A221
TINDAL See under Sabine articles 1852-1964 A330
TINGHA See under N.S.W.. Department Of Mines (Warden's Office, Tingha) Tingha - Smith's Private Museum: photograph collection; 1910-1928 A341
TINGHA PHOTO-GRAPHS Mining, road making, historic buildings, cemetery, Chinese occupation n.d. A1434
TINGHA HYDRAULIC MACHINE COMPANY BLACK-SMITH'S NOTEBOOK, Notebook from the Tingha Hydraulic Machine Company blacksmith's shop. Day-by-day entries of work done possibly in connection with the construction of Moredun Dam, near Tingha. 1 small notebook. 1925. A389
TONKIN, HENRY See under Hillgrove photographs n.d. A267
TORYBURN See under Goldsworth Station records, 1898-1959. Lim Sue, Charley: probate certificate, 1898. 1898-1959 A346
TOURISM TAMWORTH: THE NEW ENGLAND HIGHWAY A travel and tourist guide. 1 booklet. 1995 A1284
TOURLE, THOMAS, OF BALALA STATION, INVERELL: NOTEBOOK The notebook of Thomas Tourle of Balala station, Inverell contains the records of various expenditures for the property in general as well as a complete list of the rations given to the employees during the years c.1840 to 1843. 1 Microfiche. c.1840-43 A122b
TOWNER FAMILY TREE   n.d. A169a
TOWNER, GEORGE, DIARIES The diaries contain a fairly detailed account of Towner's daily activities as a settler and family-man, during his long life in the Richmond Valley. [Note: The record group contains two diaries written by Emma Towner for the years 1947-1951, and a single volume by George Towner Jnr., Dated 1915] Born at Congewai, near Cessnock, N.S.W., George Towner went to the Richmond River district at the age of 15, where he worked at timber-getting and road-building. In 1878 he married Emma Barlow of Alstonville. He s elected land at Meerschaum (Rous Hill) and lived there until 1924 when he retired to Ballina, where he died aged 91 years. His wife Emma died in 1951, aged 94. 1881-1951 A169
TOWNSVILLE See under Edols letter, 1894. Trevethan family and "Rawbelle" Station, Central QLD: historical materials n.d. A1058
TROTTER, THOMAS: DIARY Ted White 1865-69 A1213a
TUCKERIMBA AND DISTRICT PROGRESS ASSOCIATION See under Richmond River Historical Society: records, c.1873 - 1925 A101
TULLOONA STATION, WARIALDA: RECORDS The station ledger of Tulloona station for the years 1919 to 1929. During the period covered by this ledger, Tulloona station was owned by T.F. and J. Grills. 1 Ledger. 1919-1929. A618
TUMBULGUMv See under Quirk, John (Butcher ), Tumbulgum: account books, 1886-9l A143
TUMUT See under Vyner papers 1845-87. A263, A263A
TWEED BANANA GROWERS See under Banana Growers 'Federation, Murwillumbah: records, 1918-63 
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SERIES TITLEDescriptionDate range Accession number
UFWA - MOREE BRANCH: RECORDS  1962-78 A494
ULMARRA CO-OPERATIVE Minute books of meetings, 1891-1950 and two large volumes of supplier's sheets, 1938-48, 1949-56, for the Ulmarra Pioneer Co-operative Dairy Company situated on the Clarence River. 7 vols 1891-1956. A171
UNITED FARMERS AND WOOL-GROWERS ASSOCIATION, URALLA: MINUTES  1962-77. A461
UNITED FARMERS AND WOOL-GROWERS ASSOCIATION. Material from the United Farmers and Woolgrowers Association and affiliated organisations representing farming and pastoral interests. The records are chiefly concerned with management, and with decisions at annual conferences and general meetings. Except for membership statistics, the records of the UFWA deal with the 1962 Annual Conference, and include Minutes and the President's Address. Similar records exist for the Farmers and Settlers Association of N.S.W. The proceedings of their annual conferences cover 1900-55. The earliest records in this accession are from the Temora Farmers' Union, consisting of a Minute Book and copies of letters sent, 1893-1912. 16 vols., 3 boxes. 1893-1964 A252
UPPER COPMANHURST See under Yulgilbar, Upper Copmanhurst: records, 1859-1948 A141
URALLA See under Armidale, Hillgrove and Uralla Courthouses: records, 1856 -1957. Blaxland family photographs, c.1860-1920. Carlton, Maria: papers of the estate of Maria Carlton of Uralla Curtis, W., Ltd., Armidale and Uralla: records, 1936-1939. Dangar letterbo ok, 1878-96; Spencer's journal, 1866-68 Goldsworth Station: records, 1898-1959. Lim Sue, Charlie: probate certificate, 1898 Low, William, of Uralla: papers, 1858, 1871-1933. Murray, Andrew: diary, 1859-1860. Uralla Times: records, 1917-1947 Vincent papers , 1872-1927; Photographs of St Johns church, and picture cards detailing Churches in the Uralla area..   
URALLA COURTHOUSE See under Armidale, Hillgrove and Uralla Courthouses: records 1856 - 1957 A384
URALLA GOLDFIELDS: REPORT ON FLORA AND FAUNA Metcalfe, Peter Report to the Uralla Goldfields Historical Reserve Trust on the Flora and Fauna of the Uralla Goldfields Historical Reserve 1994 A1355
URALLA PHOTOGRAPHS Seven photographs taken in and near Uralla in about 1969. They show, inter aliis, the Post Office; Wallaby Rocks; a steam engine; and a tractor loaded with wool bales being driven through the Uralla countryside. 7 photographs. 25 photographs of St John t he Evangelist Church and picture cards of churches in the Uralla region c.1969. A402; A1434
URALLA SHIRE COUNCIL RECORDS Records of Uralla Shire Council, including Uralla Municipal Council (from 1882) and Gostwyck Shire Council (from 1907). These include minute books, rate and valuation books, letter books and 137 boxes of council correspondence. Uralla Shire was formed fro m the amalgamation of the Municipality of Uralla with Gostwyck Shire in 1947. 140 vols, 145 boxes 1882 A677
URALLA YOUNG COLLECTION OF PHOTO-GRAPHIC NEGATIVES  c.1911-20. A501
URANDANGIE, GUYRA: RECORDS Business records of Mr. L.P. Dutton, relating mainly to his property "Urandangie", Guyra; but also to J.F. White's station "Shannon Vale", Glen Innes, which Dutton administered (under power of attorney) for a short period just before the First World War. Personal papers, maps and records relating to Dutton's establishment of a trout hatchery at "Urandangie" (later removed to Ebor) make up the balance of this record group. Leslie Phillip Dutton was born (circa 1881) at Bauhinia Downs, Queensland, the son o f Archibald Francis Dutton (b. 1839) and Florence Effie Dutton (née Wright) of Bickham, Blandford, N.S.W. 44 vol., 1 box, 3 maps. 1881-1958. A117
URBEN, WILLIAM See under Richmond River Historical Society: records, c.1873 - 1925 A101
UROTAH PARISH MAP  1914 A976
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SERIES TITLEDescriptionDate range Accession number
VEGETABLE CREEK MINER'S INSTITUTE, EMMAVILLE See under Davidson and Curnow Pty. Ltd., Emmaville: records, 1891 - 1967 A435
VICKERS See under Goldsworth Station records, 1898-1959. A346
VICKERS, MARIA See under Carlton, Maria: papers of the estate of Maria Carlton of Uralla 1887-1917 A394
VINCENT PAPERS Business records of the Armidale Chronicle and the Uralla and Walcha Times. For the Armidale Chronicle there are advertising and subscription ledgers and journals covering the period 1872-77. For the Uralla and Walcha Times there are a fairly full run of ledgers from 1878-l927 and an advertising journal, 1876-77. 8 vols. 1872-1927 A119b
VINCENT PAPERS Accounting records of the Uralla Times, local newspaper of the township of Uralla. Uralla lies on the New England Highway, about 20 kilometres south of Armidale. The accession also contains minute books of the Uralla branches of the Graziers' Association of N.S.W. and the P & A Association. See also A462. 4 vol. 1917-1947. A119a
VYCHAN STATION RECORDS The diaries (33 vols.) Of T.H. Bray, owner of "Vychan", record station work and social activity on a daily basis, 1913-27, 1943-63. Other records exist in various forms: Ledgers give details of stores and wages, 1900-17; Cash and Balance Books, together with a Journal, and notebooks with press clippings inside, cover 1900-10; a Stock Book contains information about sheep and cattle, 1905-08. There are also records of shearers' tallies, 1929-43, and a textile purchase book, 1920-21. 44 vols 1900-63 A350
VYNER PAPERS Two letters: the first is from Margaret Anna Vyner to the poet Tennyson, dated (Tumut) River, N.S.W., 1855 (ts copy), explaining how his poetry comforts her in the isolation of the Australian bush. The second is from H.W. Vyner to his family in England, dated "Marengo", 23rd August, 1887 (photostat copy of original ms), describing daily work patterns on this pastoral station about 75 miles from Armidale (includes a few small sketches). Also included is a pen-and-ink drawing of the Vyner family's homestead "Muncilidcenula", Tumut, N.S.W., dated 11th March, 1845. It is initialled "K.M.J." in the bottom right-hand corner. 2 letters, 1 framed drawing (20cm x 13cm). 1845-87
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SERIES TITLEDescriptionDate range Accession number
WALCHA See under Fletcher Brothers, Walcha: daybook, 1908-57 Greenwells Station records, 1835-1959. Milford reminiscences, c.1910. Norton diary, 1865-67. Ohio, Walcha: letters received, Jan-Mar, 1858. Sandilands papers, 1846-99 Vincent papers, 1872-1927 Waterloo and Tiara Station records, 1856-1926. Waterloo Station accounts, 1856-7 Yarrowitch Station records, 1874-95. 1908-1957 A121
WALCHA HISTORICAL RECORDS   1923-1963 A1119
WALGETT See under Boorooma, Walgett: rec ords 1897-1950 A314
WALKER PAPERS   1955-1964 A324
WALLABADAH RECORDS, 1869-1902 [COPIES]. Xerox copies of miscellaneous papers from "Wallabadah", used by Mr. Stephen Ellis in preparing his B.A. (Hons) thesis to fulfil the requirements of the History Department at the University of New England, Armidale, N.S.W. The documents include: Deed of Sa le (of Wallabadah Station) 17 Nov 1869; Wallabadah Letters Received, 1869-1902, and Wallabadah Accounts, 1871-2, 1890-1900 (mainly re wool and sheep sales). Originals are in the possession of General J.M.L. MacDonald of "Wallabadah", Wallabadah, N.S.W. 3 folders 1869-1944 A147a
WALLABADAH RECORDS This accession consists largely of the records of "Wallabadah" Station, including letterbooks (1871 - 1929), ledgers (1869 - 1921), journals (1869 - 1907), shearers' tally and wool books (1871 - 1943), sheep stud books (1874 - 1910), a small quantity of m inor records, and the diaries of J.M.L. MacDonnell (1871 - 1931, with gaps), J.M.L. MacDonald jr (1930-31, 1933-34) and H.L. MacDonald (1897 - 1944, with gaps). The single item of greatest interest, however, is the so-called Wallabadah Manuscript, the mem oirs of William Telfer Jr, who was a station hand on "Wallabadah" at the time of writing, c.1903. This records the author's memories of life in Tamworth and district from the 1840's onward, and is a document of the greatest interest for the social history and Aboriginal folklore of that area. 1869-1944 A147
WALLABADAH STATION (HONS. THESIS), Manuscript of an honours thesis by Stephen Ellis on "Wallabadah" Station, 1870-1900, submitted at the University of New England in 1965. "Wallabadah" is a pastoral property near Quirindi. 1 folder. 1965. A340
WALLAMUMBI STATION AND WRIGHT FAMILY RECORDS Ledgers relating to "Wallamumbi" and other Wright family properties, 1900-28; diaries of Charlotte May Wright, 1894-1909, and Arthur F. Wright, 1896, 1908, 1913; correspondence re: the formation and conduct of NENCO, and negotiations with the Commonwealth Wool and Produce Co. Ltd., 1928-43; draught of The Wyndhams of Bukkula by H. L. Wyndham, with related correspondence; a copy of Cunningham's map of New South Wales, circa 1827; and letters received by A. C. Bell concerning the sale of "Jeogla", 1887. 18 vols., 1 box. 1873-1947. A114
WALLAMUMBI PHOTOGRAPH A large undated photograph entitled "Mustering at Wallamumbi n.d. A1433
WALLANGRA STATION, WALLANGRA: RECORDS   1867-1930's (?) A150
WARBURTON PAPERS Consists of the Arts Council of Australia (Armidale branch), President's file, 1961, and the Armidale Association for the Assimilation of Aborigines, President's correspondence for 1959-62. 1959-62. A370
WARD, FREDERICK See under Thunderbolt - brief anecdotes, 1980. Thunderbolt papers, 1969-70. 1980 & 1969-1970 A480 & A373
WARDEN'S COURT See under N.S.W.. Department Of Mines (Warden's Office, Tingha) 1875-1969 A463
WARIALDA See under Tenterfield and Coolootai records, 1894-1950 A227
WARIALDA P.& A. ASSOCIATION: A RECORD OF ALL SHOWS A chronological account of the history of the Warialda Pastoral and Agricultural Association, compiled by local historian Mr. H. Shiel McMaster. Roneo-ed ts., 84pp 1890 - 1932 A525
WARIALDA RESEARCH STATION See under UNE- Rural Research Station (Warialda), 1964-69 A472
WARIALDA: ARTICLE ENTITLED A HISTORY OF WARIALDA AND DISTRICT The typescript article entitled A History of Warialda and District was written by local historian H. Shiel McMaster in 1968. This account of the history of Warialda and district includes notes on well-known properties, churches and stores. The article was published by the University of New England Archives. 1968 A538
WARNAMBOOL See under Indenture Of Pupillage 1877 A406
WARRAH STATION See under Australian Agricultural Company: records 1824-1969 A378
WARRAWEENA STATION, BOURKE: RECORDS 19 vols, 1 box wool books &c., 3 maps 1883-1950's A162
WARREGO DISTRICT See under Bagot, Walter, John and Christopher of Cambo Cambo and Ben Lomond Stations: Agreement, 1863. 1863 A241
WARREN, N.S.W. See under Kater papers 1917-62. A277
WASS, E.H See under Kater papers, 1917-62. A277
WATERLOO AND TIARA STATION RECORDS Ledgers record the accounts of both stations 1856-70, 1884-1926. A Woolbook, 1887-1914 and one Stock Book each for horses, 1871-1916 and cattle, 1897-1920. Miscellaneous correspondence, 1857-1920 (all on microfilm). 11 microfilm reels. 1856-1926. A221
WATERLOO PASTORAL COMPANY, GLEN INNES: RECORDS A very large group of mainly pastoral records relating to the Sinclair family properties "Waterloo", "Collymongle", "Fraser's Creek" and "Bannockburn". Some of the earliest records in this accession were created by John Sinclair while working as Agent for the A.M.L & F. Company. Non-pastoral papers include records concerning Ashford coal mine and notebooks of Colin Sinclair (one of John's sons) compiled in connection with the New States Royal Commission (1924-25) on which he sat. A full list is available for consultation in the UNE Archives. 10 boxes, 116 vols. 1885-1953. A172
WATERLOO STATION ACCOUNTS A typescript copy of a wages book (1856-7) from Waterloo station, Walcha. There is also an auctioneer's poster advertising the wind-up sale of "Waterloo" estate (9356 acres in 11 blocks) to be held on 5th December, 1936. The property (fronting the Oxley h ighway south of Walcha) eventually became part of Europambela pastoral company holdings (cf. A215). 70 pp. Fcp. 1856-7 A319
WATERLOO STATION PHOTO-GRAPHS Sinclair family portraits and photographic views of Waterloo Station c.1910-17. A190
WAUCHOPE PHARMACY PRESCRIPTION BOOKS   c.1950 c.1981 A968
WAUGH, ALLAN See under Glenariff, Byrock: records, 1908-46 A163
WAUGH FAMILY GUY FAWKES STATION Correspondence between Mr Lionel Gilbert of the Armidale Historical Society and Mr. Richard Waugh of Heidelberg, Vic. re the Waugh family of Guy Fawkes Station, 1962-64, and similar correspondence between Mr. Waugh and Mr. Allan Wilkes of the U.N.E Archiv es, 1964. Attached to each letter are biographical notes on Waugh family members 1962-64 A270
WAVERLEY GUNDY: BUSINESS RECORDS The earliest of the Waverley records is a copy of a Memorandum of Agreement re sale of land, dated 28 May, 1914, by which the property passed from the ownership of H.L., A.G. and V.M. White to that of Stephen and Frank .M. Payne. There are the usual stati on accounts. Ledgers, cashbooks and journals cover the period 1914-1947, and there are wages books for 1930-1941. The balance sheets and profit and loss accounts for the partnership of S. & F.M. Payne are complete for the years 1918-58 (with the exception of 1949 and 1956). Also bankbooks (1918-47); chequebutts, 1934-60 are included. Shearing tally books and wool-weight books are held for the period 1934-60. In addition to the "Waverley" records, there is an notebook kept by Charles A. Green (who ran the Post Office and general store in Gundy) recording receipt of stores from the Post and Electric Telegraph department (1892-1919). The same volume was used as a Poisons Register (1927-36) by Wilfred Green who had by then taken over the general store at Gund y (cf. A159 for earlier records of the Payne family). 15 vols, 3 boxes, 6 maps. 1914-61 A271
WEBB, J.T.A. RECOLLECT-IONS BY HIS SON   1958 A1215
WEBBER, J.P. See under Tindal letter, 1857; and Webber letter, 1869 A239
WEE WAA See under Knight, Andrew: diary 1892-1932 A177
WEEBOLLABOLLA STATION RECORDS Miscellaneous (unsorted) business correspondence and vouchers dating from 1890's to 1940's approximately. The group includes two press-copy books for 1893(?)-1899 and 1912-15. The earlier of the two is badly water-damaged and for the first years is barely legible. There is also a ledger (1921-22). 3 vol., 2 boxes. c.1890-1940's A204
WEETA WAA STATION, WEE WAA: RECORDS   1863-1954 A111
WEINTERIGA, WILCANNIA: STUD BOOK This accession consists of one large volume used mainly as a stud book. Chiefly devoted to recording the pedigree of horses bred on "Weinteriga" station, the book also lists station horses bred elsewhere. The horses are listed by number, name, color, sex, sire, dam, date of branding, style and location of brand, name of breaker and date broken. There is also information about stud rams and ewes, and weights of fleeces from the same. A few pages list rainfall statistics for "Weinteriga" (1877-1922), for "C ulpaulin" (1889-1913) and for "Glenlyon" (1885-1912). There is a short list of dairy cows (folio 216) and a longer list of working bullocks (fol. 207). Both lists are dated April 1911. "Weinteriga" is situated in the western division of New South Wales ab out 40 miles to the south-west of Wilcannia. In 1895, "Weinteriga" (then held by G. & J. Riddock) carried 132,778 sheep. By 1939 this number was reduced to 15,000 1877-1941 A207
WELLINGROVE HISTORY A history of Wellingrove (near Glen Innes) compiled by Mesdames Arnold, Moore and Mott of the Wellingrove branch of the Country Women's Association. Chapter three is an extract from A record and some recollections (1943) by H. Sheil McMaster of "Croppa Cr eek", Warialda, whose father was sometime owner of "Wellingrove" station. 1 reel mfm (pt). n.d. A200
WELLINGROVE STATION PHOTO-GRAPHS Copies of photographs (many undated) of "Wellingrove" Station and outbuildings, some taken in 1880, 1882, 1901; members of the Seton and Body families at a picnic; a bullock driver and team; and two women on a selection. 12 photographs (2 are duplicates) . c.1880-1901 A201, A370
WELLINGTON LETTER   1802 A798
WELLINGTON VALE See under Robertsons of "Strachan": records, 1837 A178
WELLINGTON VALE STATION, DEEPWATER: RECORDS   1838-1904 (?) A185
WELLTOWN, GOONDIWINDI RECORDS A very complete and well kept set of account books of a major pastoral station in southern Queensland. Includes: general ledger (1 vol.), 1882/83; ledger (57 vol. ), 1882-1939; journal of accounts (3 vol. ), 1882-5; wool books (6 vol. ),1882-6 and 1901-33 ; business letterbook (2 vol.), 1936-46; and an undated library catalogue (1 vol). In 1895, "Welltown" is recorded (Australasian Federal Pastoral Directory) as belonging to Loughlin & Co., And carrying 146,743 sheep and 1,813 cattle. By 1925 (and possibly earlier) it was owned by W. Leonard & Sons and carried only 35,555 sheep and 517 cattle. 10 ft. (70 vol.). 1882-1946. A100
WENTWORTH-SHIELDS, BISHOP W.F. See under Church of England, Armidale: Wentworth-Shields, W.F., Bishop Of Armidale 1916 - 1929, a Biography by Paul Lamb 1916-1929 A1298c
WESLEY CHURCH YOUTH CENTRE, ARMIDALE: PLANS The plans for the Wesley Church Youth Centre drawn up by Kenwood and Hoile, Architects, in 1959. Also included in this accession are specifications for the construction of this youth centre to the plans drawn up by the architectural firm of Kenwood and H oile. 2 Folders 1959 A715
WEST MAITLAND See under Mullen W.H. (Solicitor): Inventory of records, 1970 A374
WEST, DR. JOHN BOUCHER: ACCOUNT BOOK Account Book of Dr. John Boucher West, medical practitioner of Armidale, 1854-59. It records patient's names, the number of consultations conducted with each person, and occasionally the fees charged. 1 vol. 1854-59. A403
WESTHOLM See under Wyndham letters, 1867-76. A334
WHALAN, GARAH: RECORDS See under Saumarez Station records 1877-1924 A149
WHITE FAMILY See under Saumarez: further diaries, 1910, 1925-34 Havilah Station, Mudgee: White family records, 1826-1958 1910, 1925-1934 A149A
WHITE FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHS (KIOLA) Studio and group photographs of different members of the White family, most of which are undated. There are three photographs of the women undergraduates of Sydney University in 1895 as well as two family group photographs. The various angles of "Kiola" , the home of Archdeacon White, are also captured on film. 22 Photographs, 22 Photographic Negatives. 1895-c.1918. A639
WHITE FAMILY REUNION Papers, Correspondence & Invitations Etc. Oct. 1988 A688
WHITE FAMILY TREE Descendants of James White and his wife Sarah 1958 A856
WHITE, ADELAIDE: DIARIES The travel diaries of Adelaide White (2 vols.) 1898-1899. In them she describes a journey from Armidale to the coast and an excursion to the South Sea Islands, departing from Sydney on 3 Jul. 1899, aboard the S.S. Waikare. 2 Volumes. 1898-1899. A358
WHITE, ADELAIDE: PHOTO-GRAPHS Two photographs of Adelaide White, the daughter of T.R. Forster, taken during the 1920's. The third photograph, taken at the same time, is of the gardens of the family homestead, Booloominbah. 3 Photographs, 3 Photographic Negatives. c.1920s A626
WHITE, CORINDA See under Pickering Station letters: 1823-83 A195
WHITE, F.J. See under Bald Blair records (F. J. White and Sons), 1912-1938 Saumarez Station records, 1877-1924. 1962 A20 & A654
WHITE, H.L See under Northern New States League: papers 1921-24 A219
WHITE, HENRY C. See under Havilah Station, Mudgee: White family records 1826-1958 A256
WHITE, J.F See under Urandangie, Guyra: records, 1881-1958 A117
WHITE, V.M. See under Waverley Gundy: business records, 1914-61 A271
WHO WAS WHO ON THE LIVERPOOL PLAINS IN 1841? A gazetteer, written by Syd. H. Ware, based on the Liverpool Plains Census of 1841, covering the 164 pastoral establishments in an area running from the upper Peel to Brewarrina & north to the Queensland border. It includes brief biographies of the propri etors. n.d. A695
WILCANNIA See under Weinteriga, Wilcannia: Stud book, 1877-1941 A207
WILFORD See under Chevy Chase, Armidale: notebook and accounts, 1877-97 A129
WILGHA DOWNS, BYROCK: LETTERBOOKS Two letterbooks; press copies. The first (26 Jan 1900 - 5 Mar 1902) contains business letters sent by Charles Rutherford (Manager of "Wilgha Downs" at that time) to various correspondents (especially reports to the Manager of the London Bank of Australia at Bourke). The second (16 Mar 1906 - 20 Mar 1908), similar in form and content to the first, bears a label reading: "London Bank/ Letter Book/March 1907 [sic] to March 1908". Until 25 April 1906, the letters in the second volume continue to be signed by Rutherford. After that date, for some time, the signatory is H.L. Wheeler, and from 14 March 1907 they are signed by yet another manager, A.E. Smith. "Wilgha Downs", a sheep station in the Bourke district of Western New South Wales, was (in 1895) the prop erty of J. Davison & Co., And at that time carried 20,684 sheep and 500 cattle. By 1903, it was in the hands of the London Bank of Australia, carrying only 1616 sheep and no cattle. 2 vols. 1900-02, 1906-08. A184
WILKES, ALLAN See under Kunderang, Georges Creek: records UNE- Judo Club, 1964-65. Waugh family (Guy Fawkes Station), 1962-64. Zugzwang papers, 1972-75 1872-1947 A268
WILKINSON, EMILY See under Low, William, of Uralla: papers, 1858,1871-1933 A246
WILLALA PUBLIC SCHOOL: BOOKLET ENTITLED A HISTORY OF WILLALA PUBLIC SCHOOL A booklet entitled A History of Willala Public School, 1892-1992, which was published to celebrate the centenary of this institution. The booklet was compiled by the Willala Centenary Book Committee and Mary McPherson of the Department of School Education . Also included in this accession are photostatic copies of the articles in the local paper, the Namoi Valley Independent, about both the booklet and the general celebration of the school's birthday. 1 folder. 1892-1992. A703
WILLIS FAMILY HISTORY   1994 A1105
WILLIS PHOTOGRAPHS, GLEN INNES   1950's A925
WILSHIRE FAMILY TREE Family tree of the Wilshire family of N.S.W. (photocopy). 1 sheet. 1715 A367
WIMAMBIR See under Casey probate certificate and land deeds 1866-89 A289-A289A
WINDEYER FAMILY OF GLENALADALE AND KINROSS STATIONS: PAPERS The diaries of three generations of Windeyer men are included in this collection and span the years 1838 to 1894. These diaries can be found alongside station diaries, notebooks and cashbooks of Glenaladale and Kinross stations during the periods of 183 1, 1871 to 1899 and 1944 to 1956. The material from Kinross station also includes reports and financial statements for the years 1945 to 1946 and 1951 to 1952. 1 Box. 1838-1956. A165
WINDEYER, ARCHIBALD See under Deepwater Station, Deepwater: records 1845-1945 A142
WINDEYER, ARCHIBALD, DIARY An edited version (in typescript) of Windeyer's diary. See A165 for the original 1838-1891 A479
WINDY, QUIRINDI: RECORDS A small collection from a pastoral station belonging to the Australian Agricultural Company. The record group includes: ledger (1872-89); shearing reports, (1901-6); stores and ration accounts (1902-4, 1906-9); wool books, 1905 and 1906; scalp book (1915- 23); and some rough day books (3 vols), undated. There is also an annual and monthly rainfall chart covering the years 1879-1959. 1 box. 1872-1923 A164
WINGHAM SCHOOL OF ARTS Minutes 1923-32, 1949-57 and correspondence, 1921-47. 2 vols., 1 folder 1921-57. A259
WINTERBOURNE See under Greenwells Station records 1835-1959 A220
WITTEN See under Adams and Witten family papers, 1849-1944 A265
WITTEN, MARY JESSER: REMINISC-ENCES Extracts from the reminiscences and notes of Mary Jesser Witten (xerox copy), containing descriptions of a flood on "Gineroi" Station (north of Bingara) in 1864, the early years of her parent's marriage spent on "Barraba" and "Gineroi" Stations, and refer ences to bushrangers. 29pp c.1814-1875 A390
WOLLOMOMBI See under Immigrants list, 1894 A436
WOLLUN STATION RECORDS A collection of business records from various pastoral properties. The main body of material however, relates to "Wollun" and its management. A fairly full set of shearing and crutching tally books cover the period 1897-1946. There are other account books for the period 1878-1921, as well as stock books and wool weight books. Of the other records in this accession, those from "Rimbanda" make up the largest group. Copies of business letters sent cover the period 1884-1901. A complete set of account books exists for the 15 years between 1885 and 1900. Various bank books, cheque butts etc. 1875-1900 complete the collection. 58 vols., 47 cheque butts, 12 bank books, 1 box, 1 folder. 1875-1946. A137
WOLLUN, URALLA See under Blaxland, Charles R. And others: photographs c.1860-1920. A127b
WOMBRA-MURRA STATION RECORDS Copies of letters concerning "Wombramurra" Station near Nund1e, sent by S.J. Payne and Co. Of Melbourne, 1886-89, and an index to the letters received during part of this period. Also a ledger, 1886-88, and copies of business letters sent by Frank Payne f rom "Wombramurra", 1886-87, 1905-06. Notes and correspondence concerning the history of the Nundle District complete the collection. 1886-1906. A159
WONGWIBINDA See under Jeogla records 1869-70-1900-03 A130
WONGWIBINDA STATION AND WRIGHT FAMILY RECORDS The records include: diaries of Albert A. Wright (for 1867-90); diaries of his wife Charlotte May Wright (for 1891-02 and 1895); and diaries of his son Arthur F. Wright (for 1895 to 1912, excepting 1896, 1901-2 and 1907-8). A letterbook contains press-cop ies of C.M. Wright's business correspondence (1891-94). There are some station accounts for the years 1902-1920, some drafts of indentures, mortgages etc. (1891, 1901) and some correspondence and receipts re land at "Yandooya" (a property in the Warwick d istrict of Queensland). Albert Andrew Wright (b. 27 May 1840, ob. 14 July 1890), pioneer pastoralist, managed "Collymongool" station near Collarenebri for Mr. John Eales from March 1867 to May 1868. In July 1868, Wright took over the running of "Nulalbin" (a property on the Dawson River, Queensland) for Eales, from whom he later purchased the station. In September 1872, Albert Wright married Charlotte May Mackenzie (1855-1929). After persevering for some years, most of them drought-stricken, in cattle rai sing on "Nulalbin", Wright, together with his wife and young family, removed to "Wongwibinda" (formerly "Kangaroo Hills") near Armidale on the New England Tablelands of New South Wales. He died in Rockhampton in 1890, on his way back from a trip to the Gu lf country, just as his New England venture was beginning to prosper. 33 vols., 16 folders, 2 brochures, 2 maps. 1867-1920. A115
WOODLANDS, URALLA: RECORDS   1894-1923 A157
WOOL REVIEW See under National Council of Wool Selling Brokers of Australia 1928-1964 A279
WOOLBROOK See under Grange, The, Woolbrook: Dodds family records 1900-1969 A1336
WOOMBI HOMESTEAD: PHOTOGRAPH Woombi was built prior to 1884 and was previously known as Ivy Green and Fieldside c.1884 A1469
WRIGHT FAMILY See under Jeogla Station: records, 1869-1870, 1900-1903. Nulalbin Station records, 1868-91. Rimbanda Station records, 1871-86. Wallamumbi Station and Wright family records, 1873-1947. Wongwibinda Station and Wright family records, 1867-1920 1869-1870, 1900-1903 A130
WRIGHT FAMILY PHOTO-GRAPHS   1913-25. A413
WRIGHT FAMILY PORTRAITS Copies of portraits of Phillip Wentworth (1803-88) and Eliza Jane Wright, née Pearce, (1819-1909). (The photographs are undated. The originals were in the possession of Mr. Peter Wright of Uralla.) 2 portraits n.d. A503
WRIGHT, BRUCE ARUNDELL: MEMORIAL SERVICE   30/6/1995 A1197
WRIGHT, CECIL, DIARIES Small pocket diaries (37 vols) kept by Mr. Cecil Wright of "Dyamberin", Aberfoyle (near Armidale). We hold diaries for the period 1907-54 with the exception of the following years: 1908, 1911, 1913, 1920, 1922, 1927, 1929, 1934, 1947, and 1948-50. Some of the diaries relate to the property "Nulabin" near Rockhampton, Queensland. (See also A154) 37 vols.. 1907-1954 A154b
WRIGHT, CHARLOTTE MAY See under Jeogla records, 1869-70, 1900-03 A130
WRIGHT, ELIZA JANE See under Wright family portraits 1803-1909 A503
WRIGHT, JUDITH See under UNE - English Department: Commonwealth Literary fund   A360
WRIGHT, PETER A., OF BERRY HILL STATION: PAPERS The submissions and discussion papers, estimated costs and expenditures, correspondences and newspaper clippings relating to the movement to establish a Faculty of Natural Resources at the University of New England in the 1960's. These records were maint ained by Peter Wright in his capacity as Chairman of the New England District Council of the Graziers' Association of New South Wales, an organisation that strongly supported the establishment of this faculty. 1 Folder. 1961, 1966-1968. A643
WRIGHT, PHILIP PERCY: MEMOIRS   1919 A871
WRIGHT, PHILLIP ARUNDELL, DIARIES The personal diaries of Phillip Arundell Wright of "Wallamumbi Station" from 1906 to 1945. A breakdown of the contents of the diaries by year exists for a little under half of the material. 3 Boxes RESTRICTED 1906-1945. A635
WRIGHT, PHILLIP ARUNDELL, DIARIES RESTRICTED 1946-1970 A666
WRIGHT, PHILLIP ARUNDELL: PAPERS Correspondence, newspaper cuttings, one map (tracing) and a photograph relating to the establishment at Point Lookout of the New England National Park. The park (officially referred to as Reserve No. 62843) was in 1931 notified as an area set aside for pu blic recreation (under the Public Trusts Act, 1897), and was gazetted in March 1934. The park was officially opened, by Lord Gowrie, on 17th April, 1937. The original area (of about 42,190 acres) was increased in 1940 by the addition of a further 14,000 a cres. 1 folder. 1930-1940 A182
WRIGHT, PHILLIP ARUNDELL: PAPERS   c.1914-1956 A430
WRIGHT, PHILLIP WENTWORTH See under Wright family portraits 1803-1909  
WYAGA STATION See under Kayuga Station records, 1845-94 A153
WYNDHAM See under Bukkulla Station records, 1911-31. Dinton - Dalwood letters, 1827-1888. 1911-1931 A213
WYNDHAM FAMILY PAPERS, DALWOOD STATION The miscellaneous accounts, letters and documents of Margaret Wyndham and her family of Dalwood Station between 1827 and 1870. This collection contains (i) account for food and lodging for George Wyndham in London during 1827, (ii) an undated partial gen ealogy of the Wyndham family commencing at the marriage of William Wyndham and Letitia Popham, (iii) notes on the duties of two domestic servants and a study programme for the days Monday through Saturday (iv) the accounts from Jules Pillet, Francis Giles and David Jones of Sydney and Thresher and Glenny of London for the years 1853 to 1868, (v) pages from a journal noting the temperatures and climatic changes between the 18th of January and the 28th of February, 1855, and (vi) a two part discourse entitl ed of The Rise and Progress of the System of Parliamentary Government in England. Also included in this accession are eight letters, sent between 1868 and 1870, from Margaret Wyndham to her daughter-in-law Fanny Wyndham at Winton station, Goondiwindi. 1 Folder. 1827-1870c.1900 A611
WYNDHAM LETTERS Extracts from the letters of Charles Wyndham at "Bukkulla" Station and Hugh Wyndham at "Westholm", 1867-70, 1874-76 (photocopies of typescript). The letters concern both business and family matters. 20pp. 1867-76 A334
WYNDHAM, CELIA, OF BUKKULLA STATION: REMINIS-CENCES Extracts from the memoirs of Celia Wyndham of "Bukkulla" Station, Inverell, dictated to her daughter Mary Cardale around 1921. These extracts were put together by her grand-daughter, Audrey Bultitude, in 1976. 1 Folder c.1921 A505
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YABSLEY DIARIES Microfilm copies of the following: (a) Diary of William Yabsley Sr. (4 vol.), 1871-1872, 1875, 1877 (b) Diary of William Yabsley Jr. (21 vol.), 1902-1922. Entries in the 1902-1922 diary are very brief a day per line, and a month per page. The diary ends o n 29 May l922, after the writer (then aged 79) had noted every day for a week that he was ill. See also Diary of William Yabsley, 1863-1902 (as copied by his son Arthur H. Yabsley in 1948) to which the microfilm described above forms a sequel. (See A459). Born in Devonshire, England, William Yabsley Sr., (1812-1880) came to New South Wales as a ship's carpenter aboard HMS Beagle (1837-1838). He left the Beagle in Sydney and, from 1838, worked as a cedar-getter on the Clarence river. He later moved to the Richmond where he became a leading shipbuilder and timber merchant, first at Ballina later at Coraki. Wm. Yabsley Jr. (born 10th March, 1843) was the eldest of the shipbuilder's four sons. Like his father he prospered in the timber trade. 2 reels mfm.d> 1871-1877, 1902-1922< A120
YABSLEY, WILLIAM JR., DIARY MS. Copy (xeroxed), in one large volume, of the Diary of Wm. Yabsley Jr. (for the period 13th March, 1863 to 18th March, 1902). This version of the diary bears the introductory note: "This is a facsimile of William Yabsley's Diary written by his son Arthu r Henry in the year 1948". For a sequel to this diary, covering the period 1902-22 see accession A120/Mfm 7. Born 10th March, 1843, eldest son of Yabsley the shipbuilder, the diarist worked under his father in the shipbuilding business and later prospered in the timber trade. 1 Volume. 1863-1902 A459
YALLAROI See under Cunningham, Allan: article entitled "Allan Cunningham: journey of exploration 1827, through Inverell, Yallaroi and Bingara shires." 1980 A513
YARROWITCH See under Tia/ Yarrowitch: article entitled "draft findings of local history, Tia/ Yarrowitch." 1965 A543
YARROWITCH STATION Wages and Rations Ledger 1874-1895. Yarrowitch station is a pastoral property southeast of Walcha. 1 vol. 1874-1895 A022
YASS PHOTOGRAPHS Scenes in and near Yass, N.S.W. featuring draught horses and their accoutrements. 2 photographs. n.d. A424
YEAGER, WILLIAM TUDOR See under Richmond River Historical Society: records c.1873 - 1925 A101
YELVERTON MSS   1580's-c.1600 A266
YERRANBAH STATION, NEW ANGLEDOOL   1883-1932 A361
YULGILBAR CASTLE Photograph Copied from a photograph in the possession of Mrs. Carson of Glen Innes, about 1960's. n.d. A536
YULGILBAR PHOTO-GRAPHS Photographs of "the Big House" at Yulgilbar on the Clarence. 4 photographs 1961 A189
YULGILBAR See under Ogilvie diaries and Yulgilbar Station map, 1850-61. Ogilvie letters, 1852-67. Sabine articles, 1852-1964. 1850-1861 A375
YULGILBAR, UPPER COPMAN-HURST The earliest records in this group go back to the period when Edward D.S. Ogilvie was the proud owner of the rich and extensive pastoral station "Yulgilbar" in the fertile valley of the Clarence river. The records include: stud books 1859-75; ledgers 1876 , 1887 and 1894-5; a journal, 1896-7; branding book, 1869-74 and cattle sale book, 1874-5 (in the one volume); a horse book, 1901-18; letterbook, 1904-9 (containing press-copies of correspondence signed by the station manager, J. Campbell); a quarterly ca ttle muster book (1918-36) and a daily record of transactions (1926-46). See also accession number A002 for further Ogilvie records. 11 vols 1859-1948 A141
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ZONTA CLUB ARMIDALE  1978-1993 A919
ZUGZWANG PAPERS Newspaper cuttings of a weekly chess column, published in the Armidale Express from July 1972 to May 1975 under the pseudonym "Zugzwang". The column covered local, Australian and international chess news and usually featured an annotated game. Coverage of the Armidale Chess Club championship tournaments for 1972, 1973 and 1974 provided interested readers with information of local significance. Included among the papers is a card index to the published games, together with "copy" and related correspondence. The pen-name "Zugzwang" disguised (rather thinly) the identity of Allan Wilkes, who won the Armidale chess championship on a number of occasions between 1964 and 1982. 1 fcp.ft 1972-75. A458