Guide to the Papers of Mem Fox

MS 9190

National Library of Australia


Date completed: January 2004
Last updated: August 2009


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Table of Contents

Collection Summary

Introduction

Scope and Content

Arrangement

Access

Copying and Publishing

Preferred Citation

Provenance

Separated Material

Biographical Note

Series List and Descriptions

Series 1 General Correspondence, 1961-2002

Series 2 Correspondence with Australian writers and illustrators, 1985-2001

Series 3 Correspondence with overseas writers and illustrators, 1984-2001

Series 4 Correspondence with school children, 1989-1995

Series 5 Correspondence with literary agents and publishers, 1986-2000

Series 6 Correspondence with Omnibus, 1984-1992

Series 7 Copies of letters written by Mem Fox, 1989-2001

Series 8 Wombat Book Club, 1985-1987

Series 9 Writings, 1982-2001

Series 10 Unpublished writings, c.1987-2002

Series 11 Juvenile writings, c.1962-1980

Series 12 Miscellaneous drafts and notes, 1984-1995

Series 13 Scrapbooks, 1965-1985

Series 14 Personal papers, 1975-1996

Series 15 Photographs, 1963-1997

Series 16 Academic career, 1963-1997

Series 17 Cuttings, book reviews and other papers, 1984-1997

Series 18 Printed material, 1984-1995

Series 19 Videos, 1986-1996

Series 20 Papers of Chloë Fox, 1994-1996

Series 21 Papers of Wilfrid Gordon McDonald Partridge, 1972-1992

Series 22 Other papers, 1978-2001

Container List



Collection Summary

Creator: Fox, Mem, 1946-
Title: Papers of Mem Fox
Date Range: 1961-2002
Collection Number: MS 9190
Extent: 4.92 m. (30 boxes and 2 folio boxes)
Repository: National Library of Australia

Introduction

Scope and Content

The papers include correspondence, drafts of published, unpublished and juvenile writings, speeches and talks, scrapbooks, photographs, papers relating to Fox's academic career, cuttings, printed material and family papers.

The major correspondents are Terry Denton, Lorraine Ellis, Morris Gleitzman, Andrea Goldsmith, Vivienne Goodman, Kilmeny Niland, Pamela Lofts, Patricia Mullins, Craig Smith, Barbara Wels, Paul Jennings, Julie Vivas, Nancy and Wilfrid Gordon McDonald Partridge (parents), Jan Delacourt (sister), Caroline Lurie (Australian Literary Management), Omnibus (Publisher) and Harcourt Publisher. Copies of many of Fox's letters are included.

Arrangement

Mem Fox has kept her papers in very good order. Wherever possible, the Library has preserved the original order and the file titles.

Access

The collection is partly available for research, partly permission required for research and partly not available for research.

Series 1 (Folder 7) and Series 6 require permission for research until 2017; Series 14 (Folder 1) and Series 16 (Folders 11-12) are not available for research until 2017; the remainder of the collection is available for research.

Provenance

Mem Fox donated, under the Taxation Incentives for the Arts Scheme, the bulk of the collection to the Library in 1997. Papers in Boxes 19-30 and Folio Box 2 were donated under the Cultural Gifts Program in October 2002.

Copying and Publishing

Copying and publishing of unpublished manuscript material is subject to copyright restrictions. For such material, written permission to publish must be obtained from the copyright holder(s). Copying of unpublished material for research purposes is permissible 50 years after the death of the creator of the material.

Separated Material

Papers of Mem Fox are also held at the Lu Rees Archives.

Preferred Citation

Items from this collection should be cited as '[Title or description of manuscript item], Papers of Mem Fox, National Library of Australia, MS 9190, [series and/or folder number]'.

Biographical Note

Mem (Merrion) Partridge, daughter of Nancy and Wilfrid Gordon McDonald Partridge, was born in Melbourne in 1946. In the same year, Fox's parents moved to Rhodesia to work as missionaries. Fox spent her childhood in the Hope Fountain mission near Bulawayo, Southern Rhodesia. She went to school in Bulawayo.

In 1965 Fox went to London to study drama at the Rose Bruford College. She graduated from the College in 1968. Between 1968 and 1969 she taught in Zimbabwe and Rwanda.

In 1969 she married Malcolm Fox, whom she had met at Rose Bruford College. The following year they left Africa and emigrated to Adelaide, where Fox taught drama at Cabra Dominican College, Adelaide. Later she taught at the South Australia Institute of Technology (1973 and 1979), Sturt College of Advanced Education (1973-79) and Flinders University (1973-1996).

Her first book, Possum magic, was published in 1983. It was to become her best selling book and has sold more copies than any other Australian children's book. Possum magic won the New South Wales State Literary Award.

Fox has published numerous children's books, an autobiography and three textbooks. Her books have been translated into many languages, including Indonesian, Japanese, Chinese, German and Hebrew. She has won numerous awards and was made a Member of the Order of Australia in 1993.



Series List and Descriptions

Series 1 General Correspondence, 1961-2002

The series comprises correspondence concerning Fox's writings, the publication of her books, personal news and her work as an Associate Professor of Literacy Education at Flinders University (1994-1996). In some cases the letters are in the form of printouts of email messages she received.

The correspondents include other academics at Flinders University, Fox's students, Jan Delacourt (sister), Chloë Fox (daughter), Nancy and Wilfrid Gordon McDonald Partridge (parents), Barbara Aldworth, Phillip Adams, Phyllis Hohnen, Mark Woodforde (one card), Lucy Calkins (Teachers College, Columbia University), American fans, Harcourt Publisher, Mondo Publishing and The Trumpet Club (School Book Club based in New York). Copies of some of Fox's letters are also included.

Papers in Folders 8-14 were added in October 2002.

Folder 1 1961, 1984-1989
Folder 2 1990-1991
Folder 3-4 1992-1994
Folder 5-6 1995-1996
Folder 7 Letters of Sandy McClelland

This folder requires permission for research until 2017.

Folder 8 Jan Delacourt (while studying in California), 1995-1996
Folder 9 Phillip Adams, 1997-1999
Folder 10 Friends from drama school, high school and childhood mission friends, 1997-2002
Folder 11 1997-2002
Folder 12 1998-2002
Folder 13 A card from Chloë Fox, 1999
Folder 14 Letters from 'fabulous ex-students' (mostly Barbara Wels), 1999-2002

Series 2 Correspondence with Australian writers and illustrators, 1985-2001

The series includes correspondence with illustrators who have worked with Fox on some of her books, as well as other Australian writers, including children's writers. They discuss their writings and reviews of their books, as well as personal news. Copies of some of Fox's letters are also included.

The major correspondents include Terry Denton (Night noises and an untitled forthcoming book), Lorraine Ellis (Feathers and fools), Morris Gleitzman, Andrea Goldsmith, Vivienne Goodman (Guess what?), Kilmeny Niland (Just like that), Pamela Lofts (Koala Lou and Sail away), Patricia Mullins (Shoes for grandpa and Hattie and the fox), Craig Smith (Sophie), Barbara Wels, Paul Jennings and Julie Vivas (Possum magic and Wilfrid Gordon McDonald Partridge).

The series also include correspondence, usually only one letter or card, with Colin Thiele, Gillian Rubenstein, Leslie Rees, Christobel Mattingley, Robin Klein, Carmel Bird, James Bradley, Duncan Ball, Pam Gilbert, Hazel Edwards, Janine Baker, Tim Winton, Nadia Wheatley, Eleanor Nilsson, Sophie Masson, Sally Morgan, Thomas Keneally, Max Harris, Marion Halligan and Phil Cummings.

Papers in Folders 10-12 were added in October 2002.

Folder 1 Terry Denton, 1988-1995
Folder 2 Lorraine Ellis, 1987-1990
Folder 3 Morris Gleitzman, 1990-1995
Folder 4 Andrea Goldsmith, 1992-1994
Folder 5 Vivienne Goodman, 1989-1995
Folder 6 Various correspondence, c.1985-c.1995

Kilmeny Niland, 1989

Pamela Lofts, 1986-1992

Patricia Mullins, 1985-1995

Craig Smith, n.d.

Folder 7 Barbara Wels, 1989-1995
Folder 8 Julie Vivas, 1984-1986
Folder 9 Other correspondents, 1985-1994
Folder 10 Paul Jennings, Elizabeth Jolley, Patricia Mullins, Richard Flanagan and Judy Horacek, 1986-2001
Folder 11 Vivienne Goodman, 1996-1999
Folder 12 Julie Vivas, 1998-2001

Series 3 Correspondence with overseas writers and illustrators, 1984-2001

The correspondence is mostly with British and American writers, illustrators and educators, including Natalie Babbitt, Nick Bantock, Jim Gurney, Shelley Harwayne, Charlotte Huck, Pat Hutchins, Lois Lowry, Margaret Mahy, Daniel Pennac, Marc Rosenthal, Elivia Savadier, Barbara Trapido, Jim Trelease. The subjects include comments on Fox's books, their own writings, books they have read and personal news.

Papers in Folder 5 were added in October 2002.

Folder 1 A-B, 1987-1993
Folder 2 B-D, 1990-1994
Folder 3 D-P, 1984-1996
Folder 4 R-Y, 1975-1996
Folder 5 1986-2001

Series 4 Correspondence with school children, 1989-1995

The series comprises children's letters from primary schools in Australia and America and Fox's transcripts of some of the letters.

Folder 1 Primary school children in Australia, 1989-1992
Folder 2 Primary school children in Brooklyn, NY, 1995
Folder 3 Sample of the types of information and gifts usually included in Fox's replies to children

Series 5 Correspondence with literary agents and publishers, 1986-2000

The bulk of the series comprises business and personal correspondence with Caroline Lurie of Australian Literary Management and Jenny Darling (Fox's literary agent). Other correspondents include Goodman Associates (literary agent), Rigby Heinemann, Harcourt Publisher, Penguin Group, Curtis Brown (literary agent), Writers House and V.R. Dye and Co. (accountants).

Papers in Folders 6 and 7 were added in October 2002.

Folder 1 Personal correspondence with Caroline Lurie, including copies of Fox's letters and a poem by Fox, 1993-1997
Folder 2 Australian Literary Management, 1986-1988
Folder 3 Australian Literary Management, 1989-1990
Folder 4 Australian Literary Management, Goodman Associates and Rigby Heinemann, 1991
Folder 5 Australian Literary Management, Goodman Associates, Harcourt Publisher, Penguin Group, Curtis Brown, Writers House and V.R. Dye, 1992-1993
Folder 6-7 Jenny Darling, 1998-2000

Series 6 Correspondence with Omnibus, 1984-1992

Omnibus, an Adelaide publisher, was the first publisher to accept Possum magic for publication and subsequently published four of Fox's other books. The series comprises correspondence with the directors (Sue Williams, Jane Coverton and Pam Evers), as well as copies of Fox's letters, cuttings and a photocopy of illustrations for Possum magic.

This series requires permission for research until 2017.

Folder 1 1983-1986
Folder 2 1987-1989
Folder 3 1990-1992
Folder 4 Cuttings and photocopy of illustrations for Possum Magic

Series 7 Copies of letters written by Mem Fox, 1989-2001

Fox kept copies of her own letters, including those written to Caroline Lurie, Frank Hodge, Jan Delacourt (sister), Chloë Fox (daughter), Malcolm Fox (husband), Nancy and Wilfrid Gordon McDonald Partridge (parents), Louise Howton and Allyn Johnston. Among the subjects she describes were her writings, teaching, staff appointments at Flinders University and personal news.

Papers in Folder 4 were added in October 2002.

Folder 1 1989-1991
Folder 2 1991-1992
Folder 3 1995-1996

Includes copies of best seller list and a newspaper article by Chloë Fox.

Folder 4 1997-2001

Series 8 Wombat Book Club, 1985-1987

Fox contributed monthly letters to the Wombat, a book club journal for school children. The folder contains copies of the journal, draft of some of Fox's letters and cuttings.

Series 9 Writings, 1982-2001

Handwritten drafts, typescripts, correspondence with the publishers, drawings, cuttings, mock-ups, signed copies of the books and other papers relating to the books listed.

Papers in Folders 31-72 were added in October 2002.

Subseries 9.1 Possum Magic (1983)

Folder 1 Scrapbook, 1983-1985
Folder 2 First draft, 1978
Folder 3 Miscellaneous papers, 1982-1985
Folder 4 Two signed copies of the book (one of them is the German translation)

Subseries 9.2 Wilfrid Gordon McDonald Partridge (1984)

Folder 5 Handwritten draft entitled 'Precious as gold', 'Round five', 1983
Folder 6 Typescripts, including 'Memories, memories', 1983
Folder 7 Play script adapted by Mem Fox and Sheryn Dee, 1987
Folder 8 Correspondence with Sue Williams (Omnibus), Jenny King, Julie Smith, Kane/Miller Book Publisher (Fox's US Publisher) and Martin Bachmann, concerning the creation of the Wilfrid puppet show, 1982-1995
Folder 9 The Wilfrid Award, 1996-1997

The Award, established by the Hammond Care Group, recognises schools that offer special curriculum activities focussing on building bridges between children and senior citizens in their community.

Folder 10 Miscellaneous papers, including cuttings and photocopies of reviews, 1981-1987
Folder 11 Cassette and a roll of film produced by Weston Woods Studios (USA)
A signed copy of the book

Subseries 9.3 Zoo looking (1986)

Folder 12 Correspondence with Maureen Sullivan, Louise May, Diane Snowball and Mark Vineis of Mondo Publishing, New York, 1995-1996

The corrected drafts are often included.

Folder 13 Illustrations
Folder 14 Two signed copies of the book
Press cuttings, American reviews, leaflets and other papers, sent by Louise May,1995-1996

Subseries 9.4 The straight line of wonder (1987)

Folder 15 A mock-up and a signed copy of the book
Correspondence with Maureen Sullivan and Louise May, 1995-1996

Subseries 9.5 A bedtime story (1987)

Folder 16 A mock-up and two signed copies of the book
Correspondence with Maureen Sullivan and Elivia Savadier, 1995

Subseries 9.6 Guess what? (1988)

Folder 17 A signed copy of the book
Miscellaneous papers and a mock up, 1984-1990

Subseries 9.7 Koala Lou (1988)

Folder 18 Drafts
A signed copy of the book

Subseries 9.8 With love at Christmas (1988)

Folder 19 A signed copy of the book
Correspondence with Abingdon Press and Lutheran Publishing, drafts and other papers, 1987-1995

Subseries 9.9 Night noises (1989)

Folder 20 Drafts, correspondence with Harcourt Publisher and other papers, 1985-1989

Subseries 9.10 Feathers and fools (1989)

Folder 21 Correspondence with Ashwood House (Publisher), drafts and other papers, 1985-1989
Folder 22 Mock-up of the US edition
A signed copy of the book and a video

Subseries 9.11 Shoes from Grandpa (1989)

Folder 23 Three signed copies of the book (Indonesian, Chinese and Japanese editions)
Correspondence and other papers, 1987-1990

Subseries 9.12 Sophie (1989)

Folder 24 Two signed copies of the book
Correspondence with Harcourt Publisher and Ian Drakeford Publishing, drafts and other papers, 1985-1995

Subseries 9.13 Mem's the word (1990)

Folder 25 A mock-up and a signed copy of the book

Subseries 9.14 English essentials (non-fiction, 1993)

Folder 26 A signed copy of the book
Correspondence with Macmillan and other papers, 1991-1993

Subseries 9.15 Radical reflections (non-fiction, 1993)

Folder 27 Three copies of the book (one Australian and two American editions)
Correspondence with Harcourt Publisher, 1992-1993

Subseries 9.16 Tough Boris (1996)

Folder 28 Typescript, a mock up and a signed copy of the book

Subseries 9.17 Boo to a goose (1996)

Folder 29 A signed copy of the book
Correspondence with Hodder Headline Australia, reviews, illustrations and other papers, 1995-1996

Subseries 9.18 Other writing

Folder 30 Drafts of 'The paths of story lead but to the graves' published in Primary education, May/June, 1984

Subseries 9.19 Just like that (1986)

Folder 31 Signed copy of the book (Hodder and Stoughton Australia)

Subseries 9.20 Time for bed (1993)

The book was on Oprah's list of the '20 all time best books for children' and Fox's biggest seller in America.

Folder 32 Correspondence with Jenny Darling (literary agent), Jane Dyer (illustrator) and Harcourt Publisher, and production first proof, 1991-1995
Folder 33 Signed copy of the US hardcover edition of the book
Folder 34 Signed copy of the US paperback edition of the book

Subseries 9.21 Wombat divine (1995)

Folder 35-36 Drafts, notes, cuttings and correspondence, 1992-1997
Folder 37-38 Signed copies of the book

Subseries 9.22 Whoever you are (1997)

Folder 39 Drafts
Folder 40 Signed copy of the paperback edition

Subseries 9.23 Sleepy bears (1999)

Folder 41 Notes and drafts, 1996-1999
Folder 42 Copy of the book

Subseries 9.24 Harriet you'll drive me wild (2000)

The book was originally published as Just like that in 1986.

Folder 43 Drafts, 1998
Folder 44 Signed copy of the book

Subseries 9.25 Handbook for writers of children's books (2001)

While in Uganda and Tanzania in January/February 2000, to run writing workshops under the auspices of UNESCO, Fox was invited to write a booklet that can be used worldwide by the organization.

Folder 45 Drafts and correspondence, 2000
Folder 46 Signed copy of the book

Subseries 9.26 Reading magic (2001)

Pan Macmillan in Australia and Harcourt Publisher in America published the book.

Folder 47 Papers relating to the book, 1993-2000
Folder 48 Drafts, n.d.
Folder 49 Redrafted chapter of the Read aloud miracle, Aug. 1999
Folder 50 One notebook containing Allyn Johnston's (Fox's editor) suggestions, Mar. 2000
Folder 51 Draft 7, Feb. 2000
Folder 52 Draft 8, 2000
Folder 53 Chapters 1-12, 11 Sept. 2000
Folder 54 The first final draft, Adelaide, 11 Sept. 2000
Folder 55 Draft, 20 Sept. 2000
Folder 56 Discarded drafts, post 20 Sept. 2000
Folder 57 Draft, c. Nov. 200
Folder 58 Draft 14, 11 Nov. 2000
Folder 59 Draft 15, 23 Nov. 2000
Folder 60 Draft 16, 27 Nov. 2000
Folder 61 Draft 18, 4 Dec. 2000
Folder 62 Final draft (US edition), 29 Jan. 2001
Folder 63-65 Third and final lot of drafts, March 2001
Folder 66-69 Third and final lot of drafts (Australian edition), 2001
Folder 70 Signed paperback (Australian edition) copy of the book
Folder 71 Signed paperback (US edition) copy of the book
Folder 72 Signed hardcover (US edition) copy of the book

Series 10 Unpublished writings, c.1987-2002

Papers in Folders 2-7 were added in October 2002.

Folder 1 Miscellaneous drafts, c.1987-1992
Folder 2 Draft of sequel to Possum magic, 1984
Folder 3 Drafts of 'Ben again', 1990-1997
Folder 4 Drafts of 'Miss Zest', 1991-2002
Folder 5 Typescript of 'Miss Rosie moves on', 1993
Folder 6 Drafts of 'Wide awake', 2000
Folder 7 Typescript of 'Finding Clem', n.d.

Series 11 Juvenile writings, c.1962-1980

Folder 1-2 Drafts of poems and a short story, c.1962-1980

Series 12 Miscellaneous drafts and notes, 1984-1995

Fox was one of the founding members and President of the South Australia Story Telling Guild. The papers include notes and drafts for story telling and talks of speeches and talks given at various conferences and lectures.

Folder 1 Drafts, 1982-1985
Folder 2 Drafts, 1985-1992
Folder 3 Drafts, 1984-1992
Folder 4 Drafts, 1993-1995
Folder 5 Draft of 'Halt! Who goes there?' delivered at the National Conference of the Australian Reading Association, Adelaide, 1991
Folder 6 Draft of 'What we do with language and what language does to us' delivered at the Australian Reading Association Conference, 1993

Series 13 Scrapbooks, 1965-1985

Folder 1 'The beginning of the history of Merrion Partridge after she left Rhodesia on Feb. 24 1965'
Folder 2 Scrapbook containing photographs, selected fan letters and cuttings relating to the launch and publicity of Wilfrid Gordon McDonald Partridge, 1984-1985

Series 14 Personal papers, 1975-1996

The series includes financial records, employment records (South Australia College of Advanced Education and Flinders University), letter of application and supporting documents used when Fox applied for the position of Associate Professor/Reader at Flinders University in 1995, essays and other papers.

Folder 1 One sealed envelope containing record of earnings, 1992-1995

This folder is not available for research until 2017.

Folder 2 Employment records: South Australian College of Advanced Education and Flinders University, 1975-1994
Folder 3-7 Assignments, including Fox's first English essay, 1967-1986
Folder 8 Letter of application and supporting papers used when Fox applied for the position of Associate Professor/Reader, Flinders University, 1995
Bag 9 Miscellaneous, 1987-1990

Includes Kids Own Australia Literature Award (K.O.A.L.A.), which was awarded to Possum magic in 1987, Poster 'Koala Lou I do love you!' and Honorary Citizen of the State of Alabama certificate presented in 1990

Series 15 Photographs, 1963-1997

The series includes personal and family photographs, including photographs of Fox's wedding (1 folder)

Series 16 Academic career, 1963-1997

The series includes papers relating to Fox's teaching career at the South Australian College of Advanced Education and the School of Education, Flinders University.

Papers in Folders 13 and 14 were added in October 2002.

Bag 1 Notes used in teaching at the South Australian College of Advanced Education

'Memories are made of this', 1990

'Putting on the brakes: avoiding the wrecks in whole language', 1996

'The weighty compendium', 1996

'The Noarlunga Basin Schools: Literacy and Poverty Project', 1995-1996

'Making language come alive!' n.d.

'The metamorphosis of a teenage non-writer: a study in overcoming writing reluctance', 1981

Bag 2 Handbooks, 1980s
Folder 3 Lecture notes and transparencies, c.1990-1996
Folder 4 Mime notes, c.1970s
Folder 5 Notes and transparencies for Language and Literacy I course, Flinders University, 1996
Folder 6 'The fat book', used for teaching the last semester of Fox's teaching career at the School of Education, Flinders University, 1996
Folder 7 Miscellaneous notes, 1991-1994
Folder 8 Course handouts, 1970s
Folder 9 Completed students' evaluation forms of Fox's teaching of the Language Arts I, Flinders University, 1993
Folder 10 Assessment by students, Semester II, 1996
Folder 11 Notebooks containing assessments and marks of students

This folder is not available for research until 2017.

Folder 12 Class lists and notes

This folder is not available for research until 2017.

Folder 13-14 'Random unsorted notes from my teaching career', 1973-1996

Series 17 Cuttings, book reviews and other papers, 1984-1997

The series contains cuttings, bestseller lists, book reviews and photocopies of articles concerning Fox and her books.

Papers in Folder 3 were added in October 2002.

Folder 1 1985-1996
Folder 2 Best seller lists (Australian and American), 1984-1994
Folder 3 Book reviews, 1997

Series 18 Printed material, 1984-1995

Copies of Fox's books and miscellaneous journals.

Item 1 How to teach drama to infants (Without really crying), 1984
Item 2 Just like that, 1986
Item 3 Hattie and the fox (English, Indonesian, Chinese and Japanese editions), 1986
Item 4 Teaching drama to young children, 1987
Item 5 Goodnight sleep tight, 1988
Item 6 Memories: an autobiography, c.1991
Item 7 Dear Mem Fox, I have read all your books even the pathetic ones, 1992
Item 8 Time for bed, 1993
Item 9 Wombat divine, 1995
Item 10 Miscellaneous journals

Series 19 Videos, 1986-1996

Item 1 'Wombat divine'
Item 2 'Authors on display'
Item 3 'Reading story'
Item 4 'Trumpet Mem Fox 5/4/1992'
Item 5 Fox's graduation ceremony, University of Wollongong, 1996
Item 6 Interview with Fox, Brisbane, 1986

Series 20 Papers of Chloë Fox, 1994-1996

Cuttings and photocopies of articles from the Advertiser written by Chloë Fox (1 folder)

Series 21 Papers of Wilfrid Gordon McDonald Partridge, 1972-1992

Fox's father, Wilfrid Gordon McDonald Partridge, worked as a missionary in Southern Rhodesia/Zimbabwe between 1946 and 1992. The papers include photocopies and cuttings of articles written by and about Partridge, a copy of United College of Education: Bulawayo 1967-1981 (1985) and a card from Mem Fox from London (1979). (1 folder)

Series 22 Other papers, 1978-2001

The papers in this series were added in October 2002.

Folder 1 Appointment diaries, 1995-1997
Folder 2 Miscellaneous drafts and other papers, 1996-2000
Folder 3 Awards, 1978 and 1997
Folder 4 Papers relating to events attended by Fox in Australia, USA and Africa, 2000-2001

These include conferences, talks, book signings and meet the author events.



Container List

Series Folder/item Box
1 1-6 1
1 7 17
1 8-14 19
2 1-9 2
2 10-12 20
3 1-4 3
3 5 20
4 1-3 3
5 1 3
5 2-5 4
5 6-7 20
6 1-4 17
7 1-3 4
7 4 20
8 1 4
9 1 Folio box 1
9 2-8 5
9 9-14 6
9 15-19 7
9 20-23 8
9 24-27 9
9 28-30 10
9 31-32, 35-38 21
9 33-34, 40, 42 Folio box 2
9 39, 41, 43-47 22
9 48-52 23
9 53-58 24
9 59-63 25
9 64-66 26
9 67-69 27
9 70-72 28
10 1 10
10 2-4 28
10 5-7 29
11 1-2 10
12 1 10
12 2-6 11
13 1-2 11
14 1 18
14 2-7 12
14 8-9 Folio box 1
15 1 13
16 1-5 13
16 6-10 14
16 11-12 18
16 13-14 29
17 1-2 14
17 3 29
18 All 15-16
19 All 16
20 All 16
21 All 16
22 1-4 30