Guide to the Papers of Frank Clune

MS 4951

National Library of Australia

Collection Summary

Title
Papers of Frank Clune
Date Range
1930-1992
Collection Number
MS 4951
Extent
35.46 metres (241 boxes + 2 folio items)
Language of Materials
English
Repository
National Library of Australia

Introduction

Scope and Contents

Taken as a whole, the collection comprises typescripts of books, correspondence, photographs and material gathered during Clune's research. For the purpose of his research, Clune kept diaries of his journeys and collected published Australiana. A number of the printed items in the collection are ephemeral or rare.

The correspondence includes letters from a wide range of people in many fields of activity, among them Cardinal Norman Gilroy, P.R Stephensen, Robert Close, Sir John Barry, Geoffrey Dutton and Noel Coward. The correspondence occurs throughout the collection, scattered amongst research files as well as concentrated in special files such as the P.R. Stephensen correspondence. Letters in subject files show queries made by Frank Clune and the replies received; also letters from readers of his books and listeners to his radio broadcasts. In the pursuit of material for his books, Clune corresponded with historians, librarians and archivists, government officials, families with well-known ancestors and friends interested in Clune's works.

There are thousands of photographs, scattered through the research files as well as concentrated in an alphabetical sequence. Many of the images have been copies from published sources, but there are a good many original images taken by Clune on his travels.

There are objects, including some of Frank Clune's medals (donated by Tony Clune in 1985) and Ben Hall's revolver revolver (see description following Box 92).

Conditions Governing Access

Please refer to the collection's catalogue record for the access conditions (http://nla.gov.au/nla.cat-vn2631836).

Conditions Governing Use

Copying and publishing of unpublished manuscript material is subject to copyright restrictions.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 Copying of unpublished material for research purposes is permissible 50 years after the death of the creator of the material.

Preferred Citation

Items from this collection should be cited as '[Title or description of manuscript item], Papers of Frank Clune, National Library of Australia, MS 4951, [box number and series and/or file number]'.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

In the course of a long association with Frank Clune beginning in 1951, the Library acquired some manuscripts and diaries from time to time. These are shelved at MS 407, 457, 463, 501 and 724. The first major instalment of Clune's papers (MS 4951) was purchased after his death from his son, Terry. The other son, Tony, added books and other items between 1983 and 1996. Amongst these donations was Ben Hall's revolver, acquired in 1985. See information on the revolver following Box 92.

The second major component of the Clune Papers was purchased by the Library from the University of New South Wales in 1992, when the University rationalised its holdings of unpublished material. Clune's 'library' had been purchased by the University, which retained the published component (see 'Other holdings' below).

Arrangement

The research or subject files make up the bulk of the collection. Clune was methodical and kept his research material together with drafts of the resulting works in titled binders and files, mostly in alphabetical order. Clune's original binders have been kept alongside the archival folders into which the contents have been placed. The component received in 1975 is not alphabetically arranged, but in processing the instalment received from the University of New South Wales in 1992, staff have attempted to reconstitute the basic alphabetical order that must have once characterised Clune's 'library' of volumes and binders. The files are not in strict alphabetical order; some small files have been placed together in folders to best utilise space. A series arrangement has been imposed on the 1992 instalment. The substantial subject files and photographs have separate alphabetical sequences (Series 1 and 4), supplemented by smaller series such as that comprising letters found by University staff inside Clune's books (Series 3). Small additions received in the 1980s and 1990s have been shelved in no particular order and folders have not been numbered.

For the most part, Clune's own file labels have been used as the basis for the list. For example, 'New Guinea' has been used rather than 'Papua New Guinea'. Clune's spelling and terminology is idiosyncratic; incorrect words or facts have been corrected for the sake of clarity.

An index to the subject files in both major components forms an Appendix.

Because there are two sequences of folder/piece numbers, it is necessary to cite both box and folder number when requesting material.

A typescript of Clune's book All roads lead to Rome may be found in some papers collected by Hazel de Berg (MS 888).

Lantern slides (donated in 1989 and held in Cabinet 14). Also in the Pictorial Collection is a Company Common Seal machine used by Clune Accounting Systems Ltd.

Recordings of Frank and Thelma Clune talking with Hazel de Berg are held in the Oral History Collection at DeB 66 and DeB 1017-1018 respectively. Frank Clune's influence helped to establish the National Library's Oral History Project. He encouraged de Berg to offer her recordings to the Library, which she did. From this foundation, the concept expanded to encompass the various types of oral history interviews which characterise the present Oral History Collection.

The Mitchell Library (State Library of New South Wales) holds some of Clune's drafts, research notes, articles, correspondence and diaries.

While the library belonging to Frank Clune was acquired by the University of New South Wales, his son, Tony, donated to the National Library in 1983 association copies of a number of his father's books. These consist of first editions signed by his father, together with a further group of volumes not signed. These are kept together in the printed stacks with the prefix CLUNE, with the exception of several volumes which contain pasted-in letters and clippings. The latter are held at MS 4951. Most of the titles are duplicated in the main deposit collection.

Bibliography

Autobiographies: Try anything once (1933); Pacific parade (1945); Try nothing twice (1946); Korean diary (1955). Biographies: Chinese Morrison (1941); The Viking of Van Diemen's land: the stormy life of Jorgen Jorgensen (1954); Martin Cash: the last of the Tasmanian bushrangers (1956); Ned Kelly's last stand (1969). History: Wild Colonial boys (1952); Search for the golden fleece: the story of the Peppin merino (1965); The Norfolk Island story (1967); The Scottish Martyrs: their trials and transportation to Botany Bay (1969). Exploration: Dig: a drama of central Australia (1937); Last of the Australian explorers : the story of Donald Mackay (1942); Burke and Wills (1971). Historical novels: Dark outlaw (1945) - about the bushranger Frank Gardiner; Ben Hall the bushranger (1947). Travel: Rolling down the Lachlan (1935); Roaming round the Darling (1936); Prowling through Papua (1942); High-ho to London (1948); Journey to Pitcairn (1966).

Biographical Note

Born in Darlinghurst, Sydney, on 27 November 1893 of Irish descent, Frank Clune was a popular author who produced fifty-nine books, wrote prolifically for magazines such as Smith's weekly and gave regular radio broadcasts. Most were on travel or historical subjects. Explorers, murderers and bushrangers were favourites among these. His first book was the autobiographical Try anything once (1933). Later he published Try nothing twice: the story of two dozen jobs (1946). Through his easy style, Clune introduced to ordinary Australians the legendary figures of their country's past.

Educated in Sydney, Francis Patrick Clune left home at the age of 14 and travelled widely on sea and land within Australia, France, Belgium, the USA and Canada. He claimed to have had twenty-five different jobs by the age of 17. After joining the United States Army in Kansas in 1911, Clune deserted, became a seaman and then enlisted in the Australian Imperial Force in 1915. He was wounded at Gallipoli and invalided home. Pursuing a number of occupations throughout his early life, Clune was at various items a fireman, recruiting sergeant, concert balladist, steward, vaudeville artist and salesman.

In 1916 he married Maud Roy, from whom he was divorced in 1920. His second marriage, in 1923, was to Thelma Smith, who became a noted artist and proprietor of an art gallery. They had two sons, Terrence and Anthony.

Clune settled into an accounting career. His tax consultancy was established in 1924 and Clune Accounting Systems Ltd was registered in 1928. While recuperating from an illness, he wrote an account of his travels, called Try anything once (published 1933). This was the beginning of a writing career which produced over sixty books between 1934 and 1971. His rough-and-ready prose style, combined with historical detail and contemporary political comment, appealed to ordinary Australians in the age before television. Much of his research was supported by a vast library of Australiana, which was later acquired by the library of the University of New South Wales. P.R. Stephensen collaborated with Clune, to the extent of writing many of the books, based on Clune's diaries, correspondence, historical research and other raw material.

Branching out into journalism in the 1930s and 1940s, Clune gave radio talks on the ABC, as well as writing for newspapers and magazines. His regular program on the ABC between 1945 and 1957 was 'Roaming round Australia'.

Clune's writings, with their catchy, alliterative titles, often mixed fact and fiction and took liberties with the evidence. Despite being widely disparaged for his interpretation of history and for his 'slangy' style, he had a strong following. He once explained 'I am not writing for intellectuals but for the great mass of people. I want to tell them of the country they live in'. Indeed, readers such as Thomas Keneally were inspired to explore topics more deeply after early exposure to some of Clune's popular works.

Frank Clune was appointed OBE in 1967. He died in Sydney on 11 March 1971, aged 78. He was survived by his wife and two sons.

References: Australian dictionary of biography, Volume 13; Oxford companion to Australian literature (Melbourne, Oxford University Press, 1994

Item Descriptions

Series. Detailed Inventory of Boxes 1-86 Show allonly 1

A typical file in this alphabetical sequence includes copies of research material (taken from books, articles and primary sources), press cuttings, notes and letters seeking information from librarians, archivists and descendants of the person Clune was researching. Sometimes there are also drafts of the works he wrote based on his research, but the great bulk of the contents of the subject files is not original.

File 1. John Lang - author. Reverend John Dunmore Lang. - cleric, writer, traveller, statesman, 'pioneer of democracy in Australia'. - Box 1 Show allonly 1

File 1. Samuel Lyons - Box 1 Show allonly 1

File 1. Liverpool and Campbelltown, NSW - Box 1 Show allonly 1

File 2-3. Port Elizabeth and Grahamstown, South Africa - Box 1 Show allonly 1

File 2-3. Dias cross (Bartholomew Dias cross, placed on False Island, Alexandria district (Western Australia) to claim Portuguese discovery of the land) - Box 1 Show allonly 1

File 2-3. Professor Eric Axelson - Box 1 Show allonly 1

File 4-5. Michael Dwyer, ex-convict - book by John Thomas Campion and notes on Irish convicts and pioneers of Australia - Box 1 Show allonly 1

File 4-5. Irish pioneers - Box 1 Show allonly 1

File 6-7. John Grant, 1793-1866, convict and grazier - Box 2 Show allonly 1

Convicted of shooting a solicitor named Townsend who forbade Grant to see his fiancée; Brought attention to the cruelty of the penal system

File 8. John Grant (2) (draft of 'Tipperary John Grant from Clonmel to Cox's River' a memoir by Frank Clune, 1965) - Box 2 Show allonly 1

File 9-10. Vaile's Story (Pitcairn Island and history of Samuel Vaile Sons Ltd) - Box 2 Show allonly 1

File 9-10. Mercury Tahiti - Box 2 Show allonly 1

File 9-10. Admiral Thomas Cochrane [entry from Dictionary of biography] - Box 2 Show allonly 1

File 9-10. William Ellis, Polynesian researches - Box 2 Show allonly 1

File 9-10. Dr Alexander George Findlay, geographer and hydrographer, Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society - notes on various islands - Box 2 Show allonly 1

File 9-10. Bishop Jean Baptiste Francois Pompallier. Early history of the Catholic Church in Oceania - Box 2 Show allonly 1

File 9-10. Captain William Cox - Box 2 Show allonly 1

File 9-10. Frederick Debell Bennett - Narrative of a whaling voyage 1833-1836 - Box 2 Show allonly 1

File 9-10. Aleck, and the mutineers of the Bounty by N.W. Fiske - Box 2 Show allonly 1

File 9-10. Friday Christian : or the first-born on Pitcairn Island - Box 2 Show allonly 1

File 9-10. Pitcairn Island - Box 2 Show allonly 1

File 9-10. Lieut. George Mortimer - notes and observations made during a voyage in the Mercury - Box 2 Show allonly 1

File 11. Irish exiles; Young Ireland 1848 - Box 3 Show allonly 1

File 11. John Mitchel - Box 3 Show allonly 1

File 11. Michael Davitt - Irish Land League - Box 3 Show allonly 1

File 11. William Smith O'Brien - Box 3 Show allonly 1

File 11. Thomas Francis Meagher, later Brig.-Gen. in American Civil War - Box 3 Show allonly 1

File 11. Kevin Izod O'Doherty - Box 3 Show allonly 1

File 11. Terence Bellew McManus - Box 3 Show allonly 1

File 11. P. O'Donahue - Box 3 Show allonly 1

File 11. John Martin - Box 3 Show allonly 1

File 12. 1848 exiles - Box 3 Show allonly 1

File 12. John Mitchel, W. Smith O'Brien - Box 3 Show allonly 1

File 12. T.F. Meagher, Kevin I. O'Doherty - Box 3 Show allonly 1

File 12. Terence Bellew McManus, P. O'Donahue - Box 3 Show allonly 1

File 12. Newspaper articles - “Seven rebels” series - Box 3 Show allonly 1

File 12. John Mitchel - Box 3 Show allonly 1

File 12. Henry Hunt - Box 3 Show allonly 1

File 12. John Howells - Box 3 Show allonly 1

File 13. Daniel O'Connell : prelude to 1848 - Box 3 Show allonly 1

File 13. P. O'Donahue - Box 3 Show allonly 1

File 13. Irish Exile, newspaper - Box 3 Show allonly 1

File 13. Modern Ireland - Box 3 Show allonly 1

File 14. Ayers Rock, NT - Box 3 Show allonly 1

File 14. Outback stories and letters -Ayers Rock; River of life; Victor Dumas - Box 3 Show allonly 1

File 14. Lasseter's Reef (Morley Cutlack's expedition 1939) - Box 3 Show allonly 1

File 15. Lasseter's Reef (Cutlack's expedition 1939 - Cutlack's story) - Box 3 Show allonly 1

File 16-17. Dutch press cuttings (from the Clunes's trip to the Netherlands, March/April 1952) - Box 3 Show allonly 1

File 18. Cutlack's aerial expedition (diaries, Oct Nov 1939) - Box 4 Show allonly 1

Morley Cutlack journeyed to Ayers Rock.

File 19. Dutch press cuttings, March-June 1952 - Box 4 Show allonly 1

File 20. New Zealand press cuttings (1969 visit) - Box 4 Show allonly 1

File 20. New Zealand travel and historical brochures - Box 4 Show allonly 1

File 21. New Zealand travel and tourist brochures - Box 4 Show allonly 1

File 22. John Frederick Mortlock's Experiences of a convict, 1965 edition - Box 4 Show allonly 1

File 22. James Meehan's diary and transcript (copies) of journey to Goulburn Plains - Box 4 Show allonly 1

File 23. John Frederick Mortlock's Experiences of a convict, 1864 edition (photocopy) - Box 4 Show allonly 1

File 24. 'Haddon Rig' (sheep stud) - Box 5 Show allonly 1

File 24. Franc Brereton Sadlier Falkiner - Box 5 Show allonly 1

File 24. George Falkiner, owner of 'Haddon Rig' - Box 5 Show allonly 1

File 25. Nicholas Devine (Newtown). Chief Superintendent of convicts at Sydney Cove, solicitor - Box 5 Show allonly 1

File 25. John Dow, alias Luttrell, Viscount Lascelles - Box 5 Show allonly 1

File 25. Governor Sir Ralph Darling. Major-General, Governor of New South Wales 1825-31 - Box 5 Show allonly 1

File 25. William Bede Dalley, patriot and statesman - Box 5 Show allonly 1

File 26. Deniliquin, NSW - Box 5 Show allonly 1

File 27-28. Photographs for 'In search of the Golden Fleece' - Box 5 Show allonly 1

File 27-28. Franc Falkiner - Box 5 Show allonly 1

File 27-28. Photographs and maps of Deniliquin - Box 5 Show allonly 1

File 29. Booklets, map, photographs: Hartley village, Kanimbla Valley; Bowenfels; Megalong (all NSW) - Box 5 Show allonly 1

File 30. Major-General Humphrey Hartley - Box 5 Show allonly 1

File 30. Lithgow, NSW - Box 5 Show allonly 1

File 30. John Grant - Box 5 Show allonly 1

File 31. William Howe and the Howe family - Box 6 Show allonly 1

File 31. James Glenlee Fitzpatrick - Box 6 Show allonly 1

File 31. 'Glenlee' - house, via Campbelltown, NSW - Box 6 Show allonly 1

File 31. Charles Harpur - Box 6 Show allonly 1

File 32. Charles Harpur - Box 6 Show allonly 1

File 33. Joseph Hunt - Box 6 Show allonly 1

File 34. Hay, NSW - Box 6 Show allonly 1

File 34. Riverina, NSW - Box 6 Show allonly 1

File 34. 'Uardry' (sheep stud, Hay district, NSW) - Box 6 Show allonly 1

File 34. William Howe - Box 6 Show allonly 1

File 35. James Ruse - Box 6 Show allonly 1

File 36. Mary Reiby - Box 6 Show allonly 1

File 37. Michael Massey Robinson - poet Richard Rouse - Box 6 Show allonly 1

File 38-40. Articles for Man magazine - Box 7 Show allonly 1

File 38. Typed short stories, some carbon copies - Box 7 Show allonly 1

File 39-40. More stories and pages taken from Man magazine - Box 7 Show allonly 1

File 41. Clipperton Island, Pacific Ocean; Captain Patrick Gordon Taylor; John Callander - Box 7 Show allonly 1

File 42. Captain James Burney; John Callander; Atoll Research Bulletin - Box 7 Show allonly 1

File 43. Henry B. Lasseter; Lasseter's last ride by Ion Idriess - Box 7 Show allonly 1

File 44. James Lucas (Vincent Lee Hyndes) - Box 8 Show allonly 1

File 45-46. Correspondence with James Lucas (Vincent Lee Hyndes) - Box 8 Show allonly 1

File 45-46. Braille - Box 8 Show allonly 1

File 45-46. Berrimah Training Centre, NT - Box 8 Show allonly 1

File 47-48. Correspondence with Trans Australian Airlines and John Meeking; Articles for TransAir - Box 8 Show allonly 1

File 49-50. Owen Suffolk (prison poet, autobiography) - Box 9 Show allonly 1

File 51. Material for 'In search of the golden fleece'; Wills Family, 1821-1840; Wills Family 1841-1859 - Box 9 Show allonly 1

File 51. Horatio Spencer Wills Uga Tangi island - Box 9 Show allonly 1

File 52. Major Henry Coldon Antill; Trans-Air story - Box 9 Show allonly 1

File 53. Sunday Telegraph - historical articles - Box 9 Show allonly 1

File 54. Ararat, Vic; Faulkiner family, esp. Frank Sadlier Faulkiner (Merino breeders) - Box 9 Show allonly 1

File 55. William Skirving. Scottish Martyr, convict, seditionist - Box 10 Show allonly 1

File 56. 'The wild colonial boys' (Radio serial) and related correspondence, 1953-59 - Box 10 Show allonly 1

File 57. Australian Broadcasting Commission - correspondence, 1936-48 - Box 10 Show allonly 1

File 58-60. Material for Try anything once (Clune's autobiography) - Box 10 Show allonly 1

File 61-62. Talks in the 'Try anything once' series on ABC radio - Box 11 Show allonly 1

Including cuttings, correspondence and photographs, 1933-40 and 1965; Book The old sixteenth, being a record of the 16th battalion A.I.F. during the Great War 1914-1918 by Captain C. Longmore.

File 63-65. Frederick Bailey Deeming - Box 11 Show allonly 1

File 66-67. Arnhem Land, NT, 1955 - Box 12 Show allonly 1

File 66-67. Reverend Edgar A. Wells. Missionary at Milingimbi Mission, NT - Box 12 Show allonly 1

File 66-67. Pamphlets, correspondence, diary transcript, Tales from Arnhem Land by Ann E. Wells (Sydney : Angus and Robertson, 1959) - Box 12 Show allonly 1

File 68. Rolf Boldrewood - Box 12 Show allonly 1

File 68. Recollections of an Australian squatter, or, Leaves from my journal since 1835 by W.A. Brodribb (photocopy) - Box 12 Show allonly 1

Brodribb led the second overlanding party to Melbourne, arriving 1837

File 69. George Bass - Box 12 Show allonly 1

File 69. Thomas Wills - Box 12 Show allonly 1

File 69. Body Family, 'Bundemar' (sheep stud), Warren, NSW. Edmund - Box 12 Show allonly 1

File 69. Maxwell Body - Box 12 Show allonly 1

File 70. Judge W. Burton - Box 12 Show allonly 1

File 70. Henry Beresford Garrett, bank robber and bushranger ('Beresford of Ballarat') - Box 12 Show allonly 1

File 71. Harry Maude, Research School of Pacific Studies, ANU - Box 12 Show allonly 1

File 71. South Seas - Box 12 Show allonly 1

File 71. James Lyle Young - Box 12 Show allonly 1

File 71. Bully Hayes, notorious American sea captain and blackbirder. Known as the last of the pirates - notes and photographs - Box 12 Show allonly 1

File 72. Capetown visitors - Box 12 Show allonly 1

File 72. Guardian, ship, commanded by Lieutenant Riou, bound for Botany Bay in 1789; hit iceberg off the Cape of Good Hope, 1790 - Box 12 Show allonly 1

File 72. First Fleet - Box 12 Show allonly 1

File 72. Henry Waterhouse. Officer of HMS Sirius, introduced merino - Box 12 Show allonly 1

File 72. sheep to Australia - Box 12 Show allonly 1

File 72. Second Fleet - Box 12 Show allonly 1

File 72. Reliance and Supply, ships sent to Cape of Good Hope to stock colony with livestock - Box 12 Show allonly 1

File 73. South Africa - maps, guides, pamphlets - Box 12 Show allonly 1

File 73. Thomas Cavendish, pirate, second English circumnavigator of world - Box 12 Show allonly 1

File 73. The voyage of Pedro Alvares Cabral to Brazil and India (Works issued by The Hakluyt Society) (photocopy) - Box 12 Show allonly 1

File 74-76. Matthew Brady (Tasmanian bushranger) - Box 13 Show allonly 1

File 74-76. Alexander Pierce, convict, cannibal of Macquarie Harbour - Box 13 Show allonly 1

File 74-76. The life and times of Sir Richard Dry, eminent Tasmanian statesman by A.D. Baker (Hobart : Oldham, Beddome Meredith, 1951) - Box 13 Show allonly 1

File 77-78. Maurice Margarot - Box 13 Show allonly 1

File 77-78. Scottish Martyrs - Box 13 Show allonly 1

File 77-78. Joseph Wall - Lieutenant-Governor of Senegal. Executed for murder. - Box 13 Show allonly 1

File 79-80. Father Maynard Geiger. History of California Mission Santa Barbara - Box 14 Show allonly 1

File 79-80. The life and times of Fray Junipero Serra, O.F.M., or, The man who never turned back (1713-1784) Vol. 2. (Washington, D.C. : Academy of American Franciscan History, 1959) - Box 14 Show allonly 1

File 79-80. Pedro Fages, Governor of missions in Southern California - Box 14 Show allonly 1

File 79-80. Rev. Fr. Fermin Francisco de Lasuen. Missionary, founder of Santa Barbara Mission in South California - Box 14 Show allonly 1

File 81. Captain William Cox. Surveyed and explored Blue Mountains - Box 14 Show allonly 1

File 81. William R. Govett (Assistant Surveyor for N.S.W.) - Govett's Leap, Blue Mountains - Box 14 Show allonly 1

File 81. Carcoar, NSW, 1935. West of Blue Mountains on Belubula River - Box 14 Show allonly 1

File 81. Arthur Ranken. Ranken and James Sloan were the first white settlers around North Logan area of Lachlan River - Box 14 Show allonly 1

File 81. Canowindra, NSW - Box 14 Show allonly 1

File 81. Colletts family - Box 14 Show allonly 1

File 81. Cowra NSW (including Japanese POW breakout newspaper cuttings) - Box 14 Show allonly 1

File 81. Benjamin Gower Hardy, private killed by Japanese at Cowra Internment Camp, 1944 - Box 14 Show allonly 1

File 81. Ralph Jones, private killed by Japanese escapees at POW camp - Box 14 Show allonly 1

File 82. George Crossley - Box 14 Show allonly 1

File 82. Lieut.-Colonel George Johnston - some details of his trial - Box 14 Show allonly 1

File 82. T.S. Amos - Box 14 Show allonly 1

File 82. Nicholas Devine, Chief Superintendent of convicts at Sydney Cove - Box 14 Show allonly 1

File 83-84. Frank Hann (chiefly diary entries) - Box 14 Show allonly 1

File 85. Californian Missions: San Carlos de Borrromeo in Carmel, Monterey Peninsula; Mission Dolores; Mission San Francisco de Asis ; Mission San Gabriel, LA; Santa Clara. - Box 15 Show allonly 1

File 85. Francis of Assisi : a portrait by E.M. Almedingen (London : Bodley Head, 1967) - Box 15 Show allonly 1

File 86. Reform Bill, UK, 1832. Information about the government of England before and after the Reform Bill - Box 15 Show allonly 1

File 86. English historical documents, 1783-1832. Edited by A. Aspinall and E. Anthony Smith - Box 15 Show allonly 1

File 86. Henry Brougham, Later Lord Chancellor of England in government formed by Lord Grey on request of William IV - Box 15 Show allonly 1

File 86. Sir Samuel Romilly. Notes from 'Memoirs of the life of Sir Samuel Romilly' - Box 15 Show allonly 1

File 87. Reform - rotten boroughs - Box 15 Show allonly 1

File 87. Thomas Muir - Box 15 Show allonly 1

File 87. Joseph Priestley, Dissenting clergyman, chemist, author, lecturer - Box 15 Show allonly 1

File 87. Samuel Whitbread, 1758-1815, Politician - Box 15 Show allonly 1

File 87. William IV. Involved with Reform Bill - Box 15 Show allonly 1

File 88. Reform, UK - Box 15 Show allonly 1

File 88. William Goodwin, senior, 1756-1836, Author of Political justice - Box 15 Show allonly 1

File 88. Henry Thomas Cockburn, Lord Cockburn - Box 15 Show allonly 1

File 88. Ebenezer Elliott, 1781-1849, English poet, best known for 'The Corn Law Rhymes' - Box 15 Show allonly 1

File 88. Lord John Russell. Statesman, Parliamentary reformer - Box 15 Show allonly 1

File 89. Arthur Coningham vs Denis Francis O'Hara - Box 15 Show allonly 1

File 89. Correspondence on 'The land scandals' - Box 15 Show allonly 1

File 89. The secret history of the Coningham case by 'Zero' (Sydney : Finn Brothers, 1901) - Box 15 Show allonly 1

File 89. Photographs - Box 15 Show allonly 1

File 90-91. Thomas Cooke, author of The exile's lamentations. - Box 16 Show allonly 1

Convicted of writing threatening letters, forgery, sent to Norfolk Island; copies of original documents and transcripts.

File 92. Three lectures on Sydney given by Clune on behalf of Mainline Tourist Promotions, February 1970 - Box 16 Show allonly 1

File 92. Serenade to Sydney : some historical landmarks / Frank Clune (Sydney, Angus and Robertson, 1967) - Box 16 Show allonly 1

File 93-94. Sydney photographs (prints and negatives) - Box 16 Show allonly 1

File 95. Queen Anne. Last of the Stuarts to be crowned; succeeded by George I - Box 17 Show allonly 1

File 95. The Stuarts : a study in English kingship / J.P. Kenyon (London : Batsford, 1958) - Box 17 Show allonly 1

File 95. Dr. Henry Sacheverall - Box 17 Show allonly 1

File 96. William Cobbett - Box 17 Show allonly 1

Rural rides / William Cobbett ; edited with notes and an introduction by E.W. Martin (London : Macdonald, 1958)

File 97-98. Boral Refinery, Botany Bay, NSW - Box 17 Show allonly 1

File 99-100. Sydney Harbour by P.R. Stephensen (Adelaide, Rigby, 1966) - Box 17 Show allonly 1

Drafts of chapters 14-22, which completed P.R. Stephensen's book after his death

File 101. Walsh-Pitman Murders (Joseph Walsh and Alex Pitman, policemen). William Coulter and Philip Treffene were convicted of their murder in 1926 - Box 18 Show allonly 1

File 101. Diamond Jack (Jack Palmer), beachcomber living at Broome - Box 18 Show allonly 1

File 101. John 'Rocky' Whelan, convicted and executed of killing at least 12 men in five weeks, 1855 - Box 18 Show allonly 1

File 101. Modesto Varischetti, Italian miner trapped in 'Westralia' mine by Floodwaters - Box 18 Show allonly 1

Rescued by deep sea diver named Hughes.

File 101. Gold-stealing - Box 18 Show allonly 1

File 101. Wide World articles - Box 18 Show allonly 1

File 101. Dutch diamonds, stolen from plane shot down by Japanese near Broome in 1942 - Box 18 Show allonly 1

File 102-103. Truth: Land scandals. Patrick William Crick, solicitor, politician, Minister for the Crown, race-horse owner, punter Involved in court case about land scandals at turn of twentieth century - Box 18 Show allonly 1

File 104-105. John Knatchbull; Murderer - Box 18 Show allonly 1

File 104-105. Robert Lowe, Viscount Sherbrooke, retained for the defence in the Knatchbull Trial, 1844 - Box 18 Show allonly 1

File 104-105. John Anderson. Commandant of Norfolk Island Prison - Box 18 Show allonly 1

File 106-107. Alex Lockaye, aka William Edwards, Loo Kay or Loo Kaye, convicted at Gloucester in 1819 - Box 18 Show allonly 1

File 108. Captain John Piper - Box 19 Show allonly 1

Commandant of Norfolk Island, later one of the wealthiest landowners, bankers and sportsmen of Australia.

File 108. Mary Ann Piper (nee Sheares) - Box 19 Show allonly 1

Wife of John Piper and Queen of Sydney Society.

File 108. Captain John Palmer, Edward Riley Family, Mrs Ann Riley - Box 19 Show allonly 1

Palmer was purser on the Sirius, last surviving member of the First Fleet.

File 108. Edward and Anne Riley - Box 19 Show allonly 1

Edward Riley was a merchant who committed suicide in 1825

File 109. Police, NSW - Box 19 Show allonly 1

File 110-112. Photographs - historic buildings of Sydney - Box 19 Show allonly 1

File 110-112. Scallywags of Sydney Cove - Box 19 Show allonly 1

File 113-114. Albert Namatjira photographs - Box 19 Show allonly 1

File 115-116. James Hardy Vaux, pickpocket and swindler, early 19th Century - Box 20 Show allonly 1

File 115-116. Victoria River Downs - Box 20 Show allonly 1

File 117. East London - Box 20 Show allonly 1

File 117. Johannesburg, South Africa - Box 20 Show allonly 1

File 117. Schoongezicht, farm in Simonsberg Valley, South Africa - Box 20 Show allonly 1

File 117. Mossel Bay, South Africa - Box 20 Show allonly 1

File 118-119. Bathurst, NSW - Box 20 Show allonly 1

File 118-119. Bathurst Rebellion, 1829 - Box 20 Show allonly 1

File 118-119. Evans journal (Assistant Surveyor, 1813-1814) - Box 20 Show allonly 1

File 118-119. Godfrey Charles Mundy, author of Pen and pencil sketches in India - Box 20 Show allonly 1

File 118-119. Governor Sir Ralph Darling - Box 20 Show allonly 1

File 118-119. George Barrington, also known as George Waldron. 'Convict, informer, author and wild Irishman' - Box 20 Show allonly 1

File 118-119. John Oxley, Surveyor-General of NSW and lieutenant in the Royal Navy - Box 20 Show allonly 1

File 118-119. Major Francis Grose. Formed the NSW Corps, governed Sydney for two years after Phillip - Box 20 Show allonly 1

File 120. South Africa - Box 20 Show allonly 1

File 120. Admiral John Byron - Box 20 Show allonly 1

File 120. Thomas Baines - Box 20 Show allonly 1

File 120. Bloemfontein, judicial capital of South Africa, Capital of the Orange Free State - Box 20 Show allonly 1

File 120. Pretorius Park, South Africa - Box 20 Show allonly 1

File 121. Simeon Lord, convict who became 'merchant prince' and pioneer of Australian industry - Box 21 Show allonly 1

File 121. Henry Kable, convict on First Fleet - Box 21 Show allonly 1

Carried Governor Phillip on his shoulders from boat to dry land, making Kable the first white man to step ashore at Sydney Cove

File 121. James Underwood. Convict, later merchant in early Sydney - Box 21 Show allonly 1

File 121. John Black, Capt. Went down with the Fly on her voyage from Calcutta to Sydney, 1802 - Box 21 Show allonly 1

File 121. John Henry Black, adopted son of Simeon Lord, cashier at Bank of NSW - Box 21 Show allonly 1

File 121. Edward Simeon Black, son of John Henry Black, who was the adopted son of Simeon Lord - Box 21 Show allonly 1

File 121. Rebecca Oakes, aka Frances Small - Box 21 Show allonly 1

First white girl- second white child - born in colony. Later married Frank Oakes, missionary, settled in Australia. Father was John Small.

File 121. John Small, convict known as 'The Sergeant'. Selected on arrival in Australia as personal attendant to Governor Phillip - Box 21 Show allonly 1

File 121. Eliza Morry - Box 21 Show allonly 1

File 121. Roy de Mestre - Box 21 Show allonly 1

Great-grandson of Edward, Duke of Kent (Queen Victoria's father) and Julie de Mestre, widow of the Baron de Fortisson, Jean Charles de Mestre

File 122. John Grant ; Grenfell, NSW - Box 21 Show allonly 1

File 123. Gorgon, ship - voyage around the world, commanded by Captain John Parker, commander of Gorgon, and wife Ann Pietermaritzburg, South Africa - Box 21 Show allonly 1

File 124. Pretoria, South Africa - Box 21 Show allonly 1

File 124. Paul Kruger, 1825-1904, State President of South Africa - Box 21 Show allonly 1

File 124. Kimberley, South Africa - Box 21 Show allonly 1

File 124. Ladysmith and Escourt - Box 21 Show allonly 1

File 125-126. South African Wars, Zulu-British Wars - Box 21 Show allonly 1

File 125-12. Rorke's Drift, where 80 Britishers staved off an attack by 10,000 Zulus - Box 21 Show allonly 1

File 125-126. Natal and Zululand - historic monuments and battlefields - Box 21 Show allonly 1

File 127-8. Martin Cash, Australia's 'gentleman bushranger' - Box 22 Show allonly 1

File 127-8. William Westwood, alias Jacky Jacky. Bushranger - Box 22 Show allonly 1

File 127-8. Patrick (Paddy) Curran, associate of William Westwood, 1840 - Box 22 Show allonly 1

File 127-8. Jorgen Jorgensen, member of crew on brig Harbinger on second voyage through Bass Strait. Author of A shred of autobiography - Box 22 Show allonly 1

File 129. Monterey, California, as seen by Malaspina and Bustamante - Box 22 Show allonly 1

File 130. Alejandro Malaspina (Captain of the Astrea) and José Bustamante. - Box 22 Show allonly 1

Conceived idea of large scale scientific exploratory enterprise around the world

File 130. Sir Francis Drake - Box 22 Show allonly 1

File 130. Alvaro Mendana, early discoverer of Solomon Islands - Box 22 Show allonly 1

File 131. Captain Philip Carteret (HMS Swallow), 1767 - Box 22 Show allonly 1

File 131. Poem by Lord Byron, 'The Island, or Christian and his comrades' - Box 22 Show allonly 1

File 131. Transfer of Pitcairn Islanders to Tahiti, 1831; list of people - Box 22 Show allonly 1

File 131. Joshua Hill's letter to the Earl of Ripon 28 December 1832 - Box 22 Show allonly 1

File 131. Sir William Denison - visit to Norfolk Island, 1857 - Box 22 Show allonly 1

File 132. Lieut. J. Shillibeer, 1814 - Box 22 Show allonly 1

Extract from A narrative of the Briton's voyage to Pitcairn Island

File 132. Jenny's story, 1819 - Box 22 Show allonly 1

Jenny Martin was wife of Isaac Martin, one of the Bounty mutineers

File 132. Thomas Raine. Captain of the Surry which visited Pitcairn in 1821 - Box 22 Show allonly 1

File 132. Surry, ship - Box 22 Show allonly 1

File 132. Transfer to Tahiti, 1831 - Box 22 Show allonly 1

File 132. Joshua Hill, 1832 - Box 22 Show allonly 1

File 132. HMS Challenger, 1833. Extracts from log or diary, 30 May 1833 - Box 22 Show allonly 1

File 133. Australian Comforts Fund, 1941 - Box 23 Show allonly 1

File 134-135. Sir Henry Kelliher - correspondence, 1959-69 - Box 23 Show allonly 1

File 136. Rigby Ltd, Adelaide - Box 23 Show allonly 1

File 137. Japan: Clune's visits to Japan to gather material for book - Box 23 Show allonly 1

File 138. Taronga Park and Edward J. Hallstrom - Box 23 Show allonly 1

File 138. Staniforth Ricketson. Great grandson of Amy Staniforth. Amy Staniforth. Poet, wrote Australia and other poems. - Box 23 Show allonly 1

File 138. 'Barratta' Station, NSW. Merino stud originally owned by Ben Boyd, who founded Boydtown at Twofold Bay - Box 23 Show allonly 1

File 138. Neptune Newcombe Blood, captain in Australian New Guinea Administration Unit, the wartime control in New Guinea - Box 23 Show allonly 1

File 138. Jonathan Binns Were. First Justice of the Peace, Port Phillip district, first Member returned for Brighton to the Victorian Legislative Assembly. Chairman of first stock exchange established Melbourne 1859 - Box 23 Show allonly 1

File 139. Sydney Harbour: Manly, Pittwater, Richard Cheers, James Jenkins - Box 24 Show allonly 1

File 140. Sydney Harbour: Kirribilli, Admiralty House, Kirribilli House, Royal Yacht Squadron, Anniversary Regatta - Box 24 Show allonly 1

File 141. Sydney Harbour: Archibald Mosman, Mosman Municipality, Cremorne, James Robertson, Neutral Bay, Manly, notes on the history of Milson's Point and James Milson - Box 24 Show allonly 1

File 142. ABC Weekly: 'Hello Australia - weekly radio talks - Box 24 Show allonly 1

File 142. Peter Scurry - broadcasting station, correspondence - Box 24 Show allonly 1

File 142. Dave Worrall - broadcasting station, correspondence, 1940 - Box 24 Show allonly 1

File 143. Warburton Franki (Melb.) Ltd - correspondence on radio broadcasts - Box 24 Show allonly 1

File 143. Ian Bertram Montgomery, Director of Warburton Franki, 1946-57 - Box 24 Show allonly 1

File 144. Windsor and Wiseman's Ferry, NSW - Box 24 Show allonly 1

File 144. Captain J. Wallis. Commander of early settlement at Newcastle - Box 24 Show allonly 1

File 144. John (Rocky) Whelan - Box 24 Show allonly 1

File 145. Webster's journal - 'Cruise of The Wanderer'. John Webster sailed with Ben Boyd. Discovered the Edward River, NSW - Box 24 Show allonly 1

File 145. Benjamin Boyd - sailed on The Wanderer - Box 24 Show allonly 1

File 145. Edward River. Crossed and named by John Webster, ca. 1840 - Box 24 Show allonly 1

File 146. Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Fellowships; Immigration, non-European entry to Australia, White Australia Policy - Box 25 Show allonly 1

File 147. John Gartner, printer Hawthorn Press - correspondence, 1945-59 - Box 25 Show allonly 1

File 148. 'Dig', 'Kelly Hunters', 'The Kelly Gang' etc. (films) - Box 25 Show allonly 1

Anthony Quayle. A.D. Peters, literary agent, London - correspondence, 1956-57

File 149. Sir John Barry, Justice of Supreme Court - correspondence, 1965-69 - Box 25 Show allonly 1

File 150. T.G.H. Strehlow - Box 25 Show allonly 1

File 150. Cardinal Norman Gilroy - Box 25 Show allonly 1

File 150. Una and Doug Boerner - Box 25 Show allonly 1

File 150. R.F. Comber, supervising surveyor, Northern Territory Administration - Box 25 Show allonly 1

File 150. Letter from Clune to Noel Coward, thanking him for interview - Box 25 Show allonly 1

File 150. Date range of folder, 1939-70 - Box 25 Show allonly 1

File 151-2. Narrative of William Noah in the Hillsborough, 1798-99 - Box 25 Show allonly 1

Typescript. Convict ship, later used as floating prison ship. Noah's death sentence for burglary was commuted to transportation.

File 151-2. Research material on Noah and Newgate Hulks - Box 25 Show allonly 1

File 153-154. Tasmanian Tour and Diary, 1946 - Box 26 Show allonly 1

File 153-154. Sir John Franklin, Governor of Tasmania. Later commanded an expedition to seek the North West Passage. Died in the Arctic. - Box 26 Show allonly 1

File 155. Smiths Weekly: 'Riparian Roamings' - Box 26 Show allonly 1

File 156-157. Snowy Mountains trip, 1958, via Canberra; Cooma, Alpine Way, NSW; Corryong, Omeo etc. - Box 26 Show allonly 1

File 158. Ampol: Brisbane to Cairns, Qld - Box 26 Show allonly 1

File 159. P.R. Stephensen - correspondence, 1953-63 - Box 27 Show allonly 1

File 160-161. P.R. Stephensen - correspondence, 1942-43 - Box 27 Show allonly 1

File 162-163. P.R. Stephensen - correspondence, 1944 - Box 27 Show allonly 1

File 164-166. Eliza Forlonge and Janet Templeton (pastoral pioneers) - Box 28 Show allonly 1

Mrs Forlonge, with her mother Janet Templeton, imported the first fine wool sheep to Victoria.

File 164-166. 'In search of the Golden Fleece', by Frank Clune - Box 28 Show allonly 1

File 164-166. Faithfull Murders - Box 28 Show allonly 1

File 167. Matthew Flinders - Box 28 Show allonly 1

File 168. ABC Short Stories - Box 28 Show allonly 1

Correspondence from the ABC concerning talks by Clune on Radio 2BL. Story by Clune in Short story magazine, On. 43, 1948

File 169. ABC Short Stories (continued) - Box 29 Show allonly 1

File 170. Africa Maps - Box 29 Show allonly 1

File 171. Correspondence, 1970-71, with Tom Lewis, M.L.A. about John and James Lewis - Box 29 Show allonly 1

File 172. James W. Lewis. Government surveyor, second-in-command of Colonel Warburton's expedition of 1873; died 1881 - Box 29 Show allonly 1

File 172. Warburton' journey, Alice Springs to Roebourne, WA - Box 29 Show allonly 1

File 172. Lake Eyre journey, 1874-75 - Box 29 Show allonly 1

File 173. Rugby School - the legend of rugby football - Box 29 Show allonly 1

File 174. Cullinlaringo Murders - Box 29 Show allonly 1

File 174. Wills Family, Rockhampton, Qld - Box 29 Show allonly 1

File 175. Frank Rees George Expedition, 1904-1906 - Box 29 Show allonly 1

File 175. Larry Wells - Box 29 Show allonly 1

File 176-177. London and Africa ('High ho to London' diary, 1947) - Box 30 Show allonly 1

File 178-179. Scottish Martyrs: Rev. T.F. Palmer - Box 30 Show allonly 1

File 178-179. John Boston, Scottish Martyr. Brewed Australia's first beer; came to Australia as settler with wife and three children, 1794 - Box 30 Show allonly 1

File 178-179. John Harris - Box 30 Show allonly 1

File 178-179. James Larra, early Jewish convict. Owned Larra's Inn at Parramatta - Box 30 Show allonly 1

File 178-179. E.L. Plumier - Box 30 Show allonly 1

File 178-179. James Wilson, journal of voyage of Captain Wilson when he was engaged in the wars of the East Indies, 1796-1800 - Box 30 Show allonly 1

File 180-181. Reverend T.F. Palmer - Box 30 Show allonly 1

File 182. Mangareva, Polynesia. Mangareva was written by R.I. Eskridge and published in 1931 - Box 31 Show allonly 1

File 182. Honore Laval - Box 31 Show allonly 1

File 182. Sir Patrick Gordon Taylor - Box 31 Show allonly 1

File 182. Pitcairn Island - Box 31 Show allonly 1

File 183. Captain Amasa Delano, b.1763 - Box 31 Show allonly 1

File 183. Josiah Knowles. Captain of the Wild Wave, 1858, and one of San Francisco's greatest seafarers - Box 31 Show allonly 1

File 183. Wild Wave, ship - Box 31 Show allonly 1

File 183. Mayhew Folger - Box 31 Show allonly 1

File 184. George Vancouver - articles about his voyages - Box 31 Show allonly 1

File 184. Chatham Isles, Pitt Isles, Bounty Isles. Chatham Exiles, written by F.R. Simpson - Box 31 Show allonly 1

File 185. John Lavett. Founder and first Chairman of the Australia Day Council of NSW - Box 31 Show allonly 1

File 185. Anthony K. Millar, author of Plantagenet in South Africa - Box 31 Show allonly 1

File 185. Fellowship of First Fleeters - Box 31 Show allonly 1

File 186. South Australian facsimile editions - Box 31 Show allonly 1

File 187. Belleek Pottery - pamphlets; Port of Botany Bay - Box 31 Show allonly 1

File 188. Port Kembla, NSW; Kiama, NSW; Nowra, NSW; Shoalhaven River, NSW; Alexander Berry - Box 32 Show allonly 1

File 189a. Eden, NSW; Bateman's Bay, NSW; Bega, NSW; Bermagui, NSW; Jervis Bay, NSW; Benjamin Boyd - Box 32 Show allonly 1

File 189. Alexander Berry; Shellharbour, NSW; Port Hacking, NSW; Boyd Massacre - Box 32 Show allonly 1

File 190. Shoalhaven, NSW; Wattamolla, NSW; Nowra, NSW; National Park, NSW; Wreck of Sydney Cove; Boyd Massacre - Box 32 Show allonly 1

File 191. Edward Hargraves - gold; General John Sutter, discovered gold in California - Box 33 Show allonly 1

File 192. A.A. Davidson; Central Australian Explorations, 1898-90 - Box 33 Show allonly 1

File 193. Ronald MacPherson; Henry Barclay, 1878; MacPherson Expedition, 1904-05 - Box 33 Show allonly 1

File 194. Charles Chewings; W.C. Gosse explorations, 1873; J.E. Tregurtha. Prospector from Coolgardie, 1897 - Box 33 Show allonly 1

File 195. Alfred Giles and John Ross - Box 33 Show allonly 1

File 196. Ernest Giles. Searched for an overland route from Charlotte Waters; to Perth, 1872; Baron von Mueller, died 1896; Edward J. Eyre, Overland, 1841 - journal of expedition into; Central Australia, 1841 - Box 33 Show allonly 1

File 197. Allan Cunningham's journal; Nichol Bay District, WA; Roebourne, WA; Ernest Favenc, July 1878 (see also Prout Brothers) - notes on his book; History of Australian Exploration; A.C. Gregory, 1855-56 - Box 33 Show allonly 1

File 198. 'Chronicles of Chaplain Thomas Rogers', edited by his grandson, W.F. Rogers in 1840s; Thomas Jones (convict) - Box 34 Show allonly 1

File 199. Chaplain. Thomas Rogers - Box 34 Show allonly 1

File 200. Blind Book Society - Box 34 Show allonly 1

File 201. Albert Namatjira; Aboriginal Madonna; Northern Territory - Box 34 Show allonly 1

File 202. Darwin, NT; Rice; Humpty Doo, NT; Truth and Daily Mirror (1956 stories on NT) - Box 34 Show allonly 1

File 203-204. William Redfern. Ex-convict, doctor. Redfern (Sydney) named; after him - notes - Box 35 Show allonly 1

File 205. Pittwater, Newport, Mona Vale, Concord, Hunters Hill, Parramatta; Bridge over Parramatta River - Box 35 Show allonly 1

File 206. Pymble, North Sydney; Ball's Point, NSW; David Blackburn; Quarantine. Outbreak of 'Faraway' and smallpox, 1881-82 - Box 35 Show allonly 1

File 207. Botany Bay (photographs) - Box 35 Show allonly 1

File 208. Asmara, Eritrea; Strathbogie, Vic - Box 36 Show allonly 1

File 209. Captain James Cook - monuments; Sir Joseph Banks - monuments; Botany Bay, NSW - Box 36 Show allonly 1

File 210. Thebes, Egypt; Thackers Ltd, Bombay (Indian editions) - Box 36 Show allonly 1

File 211. Robert Burns - photographs; Thomas Muir; South Moluccas; Queen Anne Book News (Angus and Robertson) 1968 Stamps: small collection belonging to Clune - Box 36 Show allonly 1

File 212. Father Junipero Serra; Sir Francis Drake; Captain Ebenezer Dorr; William Pitt. Portrait from a painting by T. Gainsborough, in the possession of the Earl of Rosebery - Box 36 Show allonly 1

File 213. Lord Henry Cockburn, Maurice Margarot, Mary Wollstonecraft, Joseph Gerrald, John Hunter, Matthew Flinders, T.F. Palmer, Assistant, Providence (ships), William Haswell's voyage on Lydia to the Marianna Islands, Tahiti - photographs of natives in canoes - Box 36 Show allonly 1

File 214. Maoris; Edinburgh Martyrs, 1967; William Cobbett - Box 36 Show allonly 1

File 215-16. Articles and short stories by Frank Clune: 'A Man of Taste', 'Saltbush Saga', 'Gored by a Bull', 'The Red Bull's Revenge', 'The Liar', 'Case of the Sky Diamonds', 'Fire in the Savannah', 'Pearler Down a Goldmine', 'The Sacred Nugget of Kanowna', 'Flowering Desert in the West', 'The Hanging of Hagen', 'A Wild Colonial Boy', 'Wild White Men and Women', 'Hiroshima','Billycan Cattle King', 'The Bunyip's Skull'; Man Magazine; Jack Atkins - correspondence, 1955-56 - Box 37 Show allonly 1

File 217. Ned Kelly; Thomas Jeffries, murderer. Sentenced to life imprisonment in; Launceston - Box 37 Show allonly 1

File 218. Mark Jeffrey - Box 37 Show allonly 1

File 219. Rhodesia - pamphlets - Box 37 Show allonly 1

File 220. South African Tourist Co. - Box 37 Show allonly 1

File 221. South African Airways - Box 37 Show allonly 1

File 222-223. Owen Suffolk (prison poet) - Box 38 Show allonly 1

File 224-225. Truth and Mirror stories - Box 38 Show allonly 1

File 226. David Burn. First playwright to publish a book of plays in Australia - Box 38 Show allonly 1

File 227. Charles Anderson; Foster Fyans; Judge James Dowling - Box 38 Show allonly 1

File 228. Rev. Thomas Atkins. Chaplain at Penal Settlement, Norfolk Island; Major Joseph Anderson - Box 39 Show allonly 1

File 229-230. Major Semple-Lisle - Box 39 Show allonly 1

File 231-232. Lady Shore, ship (mutiny) - Box 39 Show allonly 1

File 233-234. Holland - Box 39 Show allonly 1

File 235. Michael Hayes. Transported from Ireland in 1799 for complicity in the; 1798 rebellion - Box 40 Show allonly 1

File 236-237. George Peppin and family. Diary of George Peppin Jnr, 1859, also Peppin Family notes - Box 40 Show allonly 1

File 238. Belgium - Box 40 Show allonly 1

File 239-240. Norfolk Island - Box 41 Show allonly 1

File 241. Captain James Wilson. Memoirs, containing an account of his enterprises and sufferings in India - Box 41 Show allonly 1

File 242. London Missionary Society; Captain James Wilson of the Duff, 'the Mayflower of the Pacific' First mission ship to sail the Pacific, 1796 - Box 41 Show allonly 1

File 243. Thomas Walker. Life story, also copy of his book A month in the bush of Australia; Rev. Joseph Docker; Mary Jane Docker - journal of an overland journey from Botany Bay to Port Phillip in 1838 - Box 41 Show allonly 1

File 244. William Charles Wentworth and Wentworth Family; D'Arcy Wentworth; Frederick Walker - founder of the Black Police of Queensland; Henry O'Brien - Box 41 Show allonly 1

File 245. Henry O'Brien. Farmer and grazier. Died at Yass, aged 73. - Box 41 Show allonly 1

File 246-247. George Bruce - 'The Life of a Greenwich Pensioner, 1778' - Box 42 Show allonly 1

File 248-251. 'Queensland Unlimited'. Never published - photographs and correspondence, 1954, 1959 - Box 42 Show allonly 1

File 252-253. Queensland Unlimited - Box 43 Show allonly 1

File 254-255. Captain F.W. Beechey. Voyage to the Pacific and Bering's Strait, 1825-28 - Box 43 Show allonly 1

File 256. Cobb and Co. - Box 43 Show allonly 1

File 257. Robert Campbell. First private merchant, 'Father of Australian Commerce', arrived in Sydney 10 June 1798 at the age of 29. - Box 43 Show allonly 1

File 257. Canadian Exiles, including Louis Joseph Papineau - notes, clippings and 'Journal of a Political Exile in Australia' - Box 43 Show allonly 1

File 258-259. Margaret Catchpole, well known convict, 1761-1819. Sentenced to death twice - Box 43 Show allonly 1

File 260. Bartholomew Dias and John Davis. Notes on Dias (voyage 1482-88) and on the life of Davis the navigator - Box 44 Show allonly 1

File 261. Durban, South Africa. Biggest port on the African coast - Box 44 Show allonly 1

File 262. Henry Francis Fynn [sic], born 1803 - diary compiled from original sources and edited by James Stuart - Box 44 Show allonly 1

File 263-264. W. Ullathorne; John McEncroe; Monsignor John Cullen - short articles 'Pastor of Nottingham', 'Paradise lost', 'A Friend in Need', 'The Charity of Christ'; Thomas Saulsby Wright. Convict on Norfolk Island. Died at 105. Robert William Willson. First Bishop of Hobart Town, died 1886 - Box 44 Show allonly 1

File 265-266. Ethiopia. War between Italy and Ethiopia, 1937 - notes, pamphlets, clippings - Box 44 Show allonly 1

File 267. Ethiopia - Box 45 Show allonly 1

File 268. George Taylor. Farmer and pioneer settler in Van Diemen's Land - Box 45 Show allonly 1

File 269. Mary Bryant, convict and wife of Henry Bryant, who was transported in the first fleet for assisting smugglers; Lord Braxfield, Scottish judge - Box 45 Show allonly 1

File 270. Royal Charter, ship. Story of a great maritime disaster - Box 45 Show allonly 1

File 271. Botany Bay; Bank of NSW etc. - Box 45 Show allonly 1

File 272. Wills Family - Box 45 Show allonly 1

File 273-274. Mauritius - Box 46 Show allonly 1

File 275. Tom Turner (McLaren Vale, SA). Died 1960. Had collection of cuttings about the Northern Territory - correspondence about him Andrew Thompson. Owned the largest wheatfields in the Hawkesbury area, 1773-1810 - Box 46 Show allonly 1

File 276. Father John Therry Charles Throsby. Barrister, son of Charles Throsby, died at Glenfield near Liverpool on 9 March 1859 - Box 46 Show allonly 1

File 277. Sydney: Circular Quay, Cadman's Cottage, bridges, inns, Bond Stores, Maritime Services, Robert Campbell - Box 46 Show allonly 1

File 278. Sydney - Islands: Fort Denison, Garden Island, Cockatoo Island, Goat Island, Shark and Clark Islands - Box 46 Show allonly 1

File 279. St Ignatius College; William Gore, d. 1845. Sydney's Chief of Police for 14 years; John James Farrell. Would-be assassin of Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh, first member of the Royal Family to visit Australia, 12 March 1868 - Box 46 Show allonly 1

File 280. George Lavender. Married Billy Blue's daughter, Lavender Bay named after him; Billy Blue. Native of Jamaica, arrived in Sydney 1817. Blues Point named after him - Box 46 Show allonly 1

File 281-284. Miscellaneous; Michael Howe, bushranger of Van Diemens Land - Box 47 Show allonly 1

File 285. Sir Francis Chichester - Box 48 Show allonly 1

File 286. Yalata Aboriginal Reserve; C.T. Madigan - narrative of the Simpson Desert expedition, 1939; W.H. Tietkens - journal of his expedition to Central Australia; G.W. Symes. Explored the Macdonnell Ranges; W.W. Mills - Box 48 Show allonly 1

File 287. W. Carr-Boyd. Made journey from WA to Arina (SA) in 1895.; Prout Brothers - Box 48 Show allonly 1

File 287a. Xerox copies of items on Carr-Boyd - Box 48 Show allonly 1

File 288. Horn Expedition, 1894; C.T. Winnecke. Explored from Alice Springs to the Herbert River and Tennant Creek (Horn Expedition); John McDouall Stuart - Box 48 Show allonly 1

File 289. Sir Henry Brown Hayes notes on his trial and story of Vaucluse House - Box 48 Show allonly 1

File 290. Joseph Holt, general in the Irish army - notes; George Howe, first government printer of NSW - notes - Box 48 Show allonly 1

File 291. George Howe; Three bees, ship. Involved in one of two sensational incidents in the early chronicles of Sydney - Box 48 Show allonly 1

File 292-293. Auckland, New Zealand - photographs and pamphlets - Box 49 Show allonly 1

File 294. Overland Telegraph; John Forrest; James Lewis; H. Barclay McPherson - explorations in Northern Territory. Gregory boab tree journey, 1855-56; Edward A. Colson; Captain Charles Sturt; George Edginton - photograph of him at his home in Alice Springs; Tennant Creek, NT; J. McDouall Stuart. First overlander between Adelaide and the Arafura Sea; Alice Springs, NT - photographs; Edward John Eyre. First man to explore the salt lakes of Central Australia; W.C. Gosse. Explored Central and Western Australia, 1873; Donald Mackay - photographs of Mackay Expedition to Central Australia - Box 49 Show allonly 1

File 295. Darwin, NT; Adelaide, SA; Daisy Bates; Captain Phillip Parker King; David Carnegie; Ernest Giles; Frank Hann. Explorer , pioneer pastoralist, mainly in WA.; Ion Idriess and Frank Clune; W. Carr-Boyd; Alfred Giles - Box 49 Show allonly 1

File 296. Aborigines; Ayers Rock - Box 49 Show allonly 1

File 297. David Lindsay - Box 50 Show allonly 1

File 298-299. Radio broadcasts by Clune, 1953-54 - Box 50 Show allonly 1

File 300. Scandinavian diary - Box 50 Show allonly 1

File 301-302. Morley Cutlack's Expedition 1939 - clippings and notes, also Clune's diary of the expedition; Clune's diary of Cutlack's aerial expedition, 1939 - Box 50 Show allonly 1

File 303. Clune's Tasmanian Diary, 1946; Tasmanian radio broadcasts by Clune: No. 4, 1954 - Box 51 Show allonly 1

File 304. Tasmanian radio broadcasts - Box 51 Show allonly 1

File 305-307. Trial of Thomas Hardy. Arrested on false charge of high treason, w May 1794 - memoirs - Box 51 Show allonly 1

File 308-309. James Bendrodt. Well-known animal-lover, sailor, soldier, actor, lumberjack, dancer, skater, radio star, restaurant owner - notes, clippings and photographs - Box 51 Show allonly 1

File 310-311. Ben Hall - press clippings - Box 52 Show allonly 1

File 312. Kruger National Park, South Africa - Box 52 Show allonly 1

File 313. Captain A. Maconochie, Norfolk Island - Box 52 Show allonly 1

File 314. Nelson, New Zealand - pamphlets and notes - Box 52 Show allonly 1

File 315-316. Jane New (convict) - Box 53 Show allonly 1

File 317. Thomas Francis Meagher - speeches and writings by Captain W.F. Lyons on Meagher's career - Box 53 Show allonly 1

File 318-319. Success, convict hulk - history of the vessel and its prisoners; Joseph Sudds. Formerly private of the 57th Regiment, later convict; Patrick Thompson. Formerly private of the 47th Regiment, later convict - Box 53 Show allonly 1

File 320. Ireland - Box 54 Show allonly 1

File 321. Father Jeremiah O'Flynn - Box 54 Show allonly 1

File 322-324. Scottish Martyr: Thomas Muir - Box 54 Show allonly 1

File 325. William Angus Watt. Editor of Sydney Gazette - Box 54 Show allonly 1

File 326. Edward W. O'Shaughnessy - Box 54 Show allonly 1

File 327. Australian Broadcasting Commission - correspondence, 1962 - Box 54 Show allonly 1

File 328. Parramatta, NSW - short history, 1861-1911 - Box 55 Show allonly 1

File 329. Pitcairn Island - Box 55 Show allonly 1

File 330. Tahiti Diary - Box 55 Show allonly 1

File 331. Mauritius - Box 55 Show allonly 1

File 332. Not used - Box 56 Show allonly 1

File 333. Bushrangers; Bold Jack Donohoe - Box 56 Show allonly 1

File 334. Bushrangers, 1806-26 - Box 56 Show allonly 1

File 335. Bushrangers, 1827-29 - Box 56 Show allonly 1

File 336. Bushrangers, 1830-31 - Box 56 Show allonly 1

File 337. Bank robbery, Sydney, 4 December 1828; John Blackston, bank robber; Jewboy (Edward Davis, bushranger); George Comerford, murderer of seven people, sentenced to death 1837 - Box 56 Show allonly 1

File 338. Henry Yorke Lyell. Brown - Box 57 Show allonly 1

File 339. Nat Buchanan - notes and stories about early cattle droving in the Kimberleys and NT - Box 57 Show allonly 1

File 340. Bob Button. Drover and cattle farmer, Kimberleys, 1880s - Box 57 Show allonly 1

File 341. David Carnegie - Box 57 Show allonly 1

File 342. A. E. ('Ted') Colson. First explorer to cross the centre of the Simpson Desert - Box 57 Show allonly 1

File 343. 1947 trip - newspaper clippings - Box 57 Show allonly 1

File 344-349. Papers - letters, cuttings (main correspondent P.R. Stephensen); Editor for Clune, 1942-63, including Puzzled Patriots, 1945-1968 - Box 58-59 Show allonly 1

File 350-353. Pitcairn Island - Box 60 Show allonly 1

File 354-5. Golf; Wreck of Minmi, collier, 1937 - Box 60 Show allonly 1

File 356-357. Captain William Bligh and Bounty log - Box 60 Show allonly 1

File 358-359. William Bligh and Bounty Santa Claus Club. Club started by Clune to bring Christmas to Pitcairn Island - Box 61 Show allonly 1

File 360-361. Pitcairn IslandSanta Claus Club of the South Pacific - Box 61 Show allonly 1

File 362-365. Albert Namatjira - Box 61 Show allonly 1

File 366-367. Try anything once: autobiography of a wanderer (1933) - miscellaneous papers - Box 62 Show allonly 1

File 368-369. Try anything once - miscellaneous papers - Box 62 Show allonly 1

File 370. Zinc, Bauxite - Weipa, Qld. Consolidated Zinc Corporation Ltd. - Box 62 Show allonly 1

File 371. Mt Morgan, Qld - Box 62 Show allonly 1

File 372. Rockhampton, Qld; Minerals and mining - Box 62 Show allonly 1

File 373-378. Serenade to Sydney - miscellaneous papers - Box 63 Show allonly 1

File 379-384. Serenade to Sydney - miscellaneous papers - Box 64 Show allonly 1

File 385-386. The Cato Street Conspiracy, by John Stanhope - notes and photographs - Box 64 Show allonly 1

File 387-395. Serenade to Sydney - miscellaneous papers - Box 65 Show allonly 1

File 396-403. Serenade to Sydney - miscellaneous papers - Box 66 Show allonly 1

File 404-407. Bully Hayes, notorious American sea captain and blackbirder - Box 67 Show allonly 1

File 408-410. Scottish Martyrs - Box 67 Show allonly 1

File 411-416. 'Pirates of Pitcairn' - draft - Box 68 Show allonly 1

File 417. Articles or short stories by Frank Clune: 'The Forlorn Hope', 'Greatest Liar on Earth', 'Captain Starlight', 'Goodbye Mick Considine', 'Colsons Crossing', 'Read or Dead', 'Lasseter's Ghost', 'Blood on the Spinifex', 'Murder in the Stone Age', 'Skeletons in the sand', 'Burke and Wills', 'The Man Who Found Leichhardt' - Box 68 Show allonly 1

File 418. 'Tipperary John Grant' - draft - Box 69 Show allonly 1

File 419-421. 'Boral of Botany Bay' - draft - Box 69 Show allonly 1

File 422. 'The Man who found Leichhardt' - draft - Box 69 Show allonly 1

File 423. John Grant. Convict and grazier, 1793-1866. Convicted of shooting a solicitor named Townsend who forbade Grant to see his fiancee. Brought attention to the cruelty of the penal system. - Box 70 Show allonly 1

File 424. A Tale of Tahiti - draft. 'Over the Coral Sea via Fiji and Samoa to Gaugin's Glamorous Isle, with Frank Clune' - Box 70 Show allonly 1

File 425-426. The Trial of William Redfern - draft and photographs. Also Mutiny on the Nore - Box 70 Show allonly 1

File 427-429. The Norfolk Island story - draft - Box 70 Show allonly 1

File 430. Norfolk Island diary, 1964 - Box 71 Show allonly 1

File 431. Maps of Norfolk Island - Box 71 Show allonly 1

File 432. Norfolk Island - Box 71 Show allonly 1

File 433-434. Scallywags of Sydney Cove - draft - Box 71 Show allonly 1

File 435. Diary No. 3 - world tour, 1967. First journey for The World Encompassed. Begins on 10 June 1967 at Kenya Airport and finishes In Sydney o 19 June 1967 - Box 71 Show allonly 1

File 436-438. Diary No. 1, 1967. The World Encompassed, begun Sydney 21/4/67 - Box 72 Show allonly 1

File 439. South Africa - Box 72 Show allonly 1

File 440. Nassau, Bahamas; New Zealand; 1967 trip photographs - Box 72 Show allonly 1

File 441. Clune letters and newspaper clippings, 1967-68 trip - Box 72 Show allonly 1

File 442. Diary No. 2, 1967 (The World Encompassed) - Box 73 Show allonly 1

File 443-444. 1968 South Africa journey - Box 73 Show allonly 1

File 445. Diary No. 1, No. 2, 1968 - Box 73 Show allonly 1

File 446-448. Thomas Paine - Box 74 Show allonly 1

File 449-452. William Murray Borthwick Laycock - assorted plays - Box 74 Show allonly 1

File 453-454. Broadcasts: 'Roaming Around Australia', n.d. - Box 75 Show allonly 1

File 455-456. Sydney - Box 75 Show allonly 1

File 457-458. Maps of New Zealand - Box 75 Show allonly 1

File 459. Irish Exiles. Tracks of Irish exiles in Australia - 'The Men of 98'; Robert Emmet, 1778-1803 - notes on his life and death - Box 76 Show allonly 1

File 460. Michael Dwyer; Daniel O'Connell, 1775-1847, 'First Orator of Europe' - Box 76 Show allonly 1

File 461-463. Broadcasts, including Murrumbidgee; Japan-Darwin-Sydney - Box 76 Show allonly 1

File 464. William and Catherine Davis. Notes, as well as marriage, birth and baptismal certificates - Box 76 Show allonly 1

File 465. Bounty, ship - Box 77 Show allonly 1

File 466-467. Jane New (convict) - Box 77 Show allonly 1

File 468-469. John Guard. Whaling master of the barque Harriet - notes on his life - Box 77 Show allonly 1

File 470-471. Nassau, Bahamas - brochures and correspondence, 1964-68 - Box 78 Show allonly 1

File 472-473. Reverend Samuel Marsden. 'The Apostle of New Zealand' - notes and pamphlets - Box 78 Show allonly 1

File 474. Readers' digest - articles - Box 78 Show allonly 1

File 475. Thomas Muir - Box 78 Show allonly 1

File 476. Clune's diary No. 2, 1961; Blackall Shire Council, Qld - pamphlet; Berrimah Training Centre, NT - Box 79 Show allonly 1

File 477. George Vancouver - book by George Godwin on his life - Box 79 Show allonly 1

File 478. Daedelus, ship. Captain George Vancouver's store ship - story; Providence, ship - Box 79 Show allonly 1

File 479. Broadcasts, 1956 - 'Castles in Spain', 'Brussels in Belgium', 'Glorious Geneva', 'A Trip to Iceland', 'Adventures in Antwerp', 'Dutch costumes', diary 1-4, tour of New Zealand, 1956. Warakei to Christchurch 9-28 February; Christchurch to Timaru 28 February to 7 March; Tiamru to Auckland, 7 to 30 March, then to Tahiti 18 April. Journey continues to Auckland. - Box 79 Show allonly 1

File 480. New Guinea, including diary, 1940-49 - Box 79 Show allonly 1

File 481. Michael Howe - Box 80 Show allonly 1

File 482-483. Fortune Hunters' Syndicate. Notes and clippings of Clune's 15,000 mile trip around Australia, including Coober Pedy opal mining; Articles for The Accelerator; Articles on Clune's Australian travels - Box 80 Show allonly 1

File 484. Moulamein, NSW; David Dickinson Mann. Tried at Middlesex Sessions in 1798 and sentenced to death for forgery; William Maum, Norfolk Island - Box 80 Show allonly 1

File 485. Mansfield Cemetery, Vic; Devils River, Vic. Hunter Brothers - notes; Augustus Morris. Born Tasmania 1820, died 1895 - clippings, notes, photographs - Box 80 Show allonly 1

File 486. Camden Park Estate, NSW. Australia's oldest pastoral property; Jerilderie, NSW - notes and pamphlets; McCaughey Memorial Institute, established June 1845. - Box 80 Show allonly 1

File 487. Pitcairn Island; Cornwallis, ship - story of the wreck - Box 81 Show allonly 1

File 488. Norfolk Island - Box 81 Show allonly 1

File 489. Daily Mirror articles by Clune (album of cuttings) - Box 81 Show allonly 1

File 490. Botany Bay, NSW - photographs - Box 81 Show allonly 1

File 491-497. The World Encompassed- drafts - about Clune's seventh world trip, 1967 - Box 82 Show allonly 1

File 498. David Lindsay - Box 83 Show allonly 1

File 499. John Forrest - Box 83 Show allonly 1

File 500. James Tyson. Australia's richest man - article by Clune; Samuel Terry. Businessman. Notes, certificates - Box 83 Show allonly 1

File 501. Charles Tompson [sic], 1846-83; Andrew Thompson. Founder of Green Hills, near Windsor; John Tennant. Bushranger - Box 83 Show allonly 1

File 502. Thunderbolt. Bushranger, real name Gordon Franklin Jackes - notes and clippings - Box 83 Show allonly 1

File 503. Uralla, NSW - booklet Back to Uralla, 1925 - Box 83 Show allonly 1

File 504-505. Holland and Belgium trip, 1952-53 - Box 83 Show allonly 1

File 506. Norfolk Island - convict outbreak, 1846 - report on trial by Judge Fielding Browne - Box 84 Show allonly 1

File 507. Norfolk Island; Brig Wellington - pirates - Box 84 Show allonly 1

File 508-509. Bounty mutiny - mutineers and their descendants on Pitcairn and Norfolk Islands - Box 84 Show allonly 1

File 510. Botany Bay, NSW - Box 84 Show allonly 1

File 511. This age of oil - history of petroleum industry in Australia. Published by Petrol Information Bureau (Aust.), 1960; A history of the petroleum industry in Australia (book) - Box 85 Show allonly 1

File 512-513. William Henry Barber. Transported for life for forging a will, 1840s; Norfolk Island - Box 85 Show allonly 1

File 514. Benjamin Boyd. Sailed on the Wanderer through the South Seas. Was killed in Solomon Islands - Box 85 Show allonly 1

File 515-518. Scottish Martyrs: Joseph Gerrald, Samuel Parr - Box 86 Show allonly 1

Series. Additions, October 1985 Show allonly 1

File. Clune, Frank. From Tobruk to Turkey. Sydney, Angus and Robertson. Inscribed. - Box 87 Show allonly 1

File. Clune, Frank. Chinese Morrison. Melbourne, The Bread and Cheese Club, 1941. Inscribed, with press clippings and photographic silhouette pasted inside front cover. - Box 87 Show allonly 1

File. Clune, Frank. Journey to Pitcairn. Angus and Robertson, 1966. Inscribed. - Box 87 Show allonly 1

File. Clune, Frank. Try anything once. Angus and Robertson, 1933. Inscribed. - Box 87 Show allonly 1

File. Clune, Frank. Why gather moss? Sydney, Angus and Robertson, 1940. Inscribed, with press cuttings pasted inside front cover. - Box 87 Show allonly 1

File. Clune, George, and Power, John F. Easy come, easy go. Allied Authors and Artists. Inscribed. - Box 87 Show allonly 1

File. Zimmerman (ed.). Zwerftochen (Dutch: Wanderings). Translation of Frank Clune's Try anything once. Batavia, Vitgave-Unie Bibliotheck, 1941 - Box 87 Show allonly 1

File. A noose for Ned. Reprint of a very rare pamphlet with a foreword by Frank Clune. Melbourne, Hawthorn Press Melbourne. Inscribed (cover made by prisoners at Berrima Gaol - leather) - Box 87 Show allonly 1

File. Jericho Family register, 1854-1970. Compiled by M.G. Johnson. Original work by J. Jericho - Box 87 Show allonly 1

File. Kardoss, John. Theatre arts in Australia. The Wentworth Press, 1960. Inscribed. - Box 87 Show allonly 1

File. Clune, Frank. Korean diary. Typescript 'A journey to Japan and Korea in 1950', Angus and Robertson, 1950 - Box 87 Show allonly 1

File. Clune, Frank. 'A soldier's letter home' in Despatch, monthly journal of the NSW Military History Society, page 139 - Box 87 Show allonly 1

File. Clune, Frank and P.R. Stephensen. 'The pirates of the brig Cyprus' in Reader's digest, May 1983, Book Section, page 155 - Box 87 Show allonly 1

File 519. Draft prospectus of Clune Accounting Systems Ltd; Memorandum and Articles of Association of Clune Accounting Systems Ltd; Revised page of Sydney gazette, 25 December 1803; Sheet of letter-headed writing paper which lists all Clune's books; Fake menu for dinner for Frank Clune to celebrate publication of his 94th book, The ashes of Hiroshima. Melbourne, Hotel Lonsdale, 14 November 1950 - Box 88 Show allonly 1

File 519. Mock theatre program: 'Signor John Gartner presents Francesco Clune in the great Spanish Extravaganza'; Castles in Spain' or 'A little bull goes a long way'. 1 September 1952, Tattershall's Hotel, Melbourne; Souvenir: Dinner to celebrate publication of Land of hope and glory by Frank Clune, Tuesday 15 November 1949, Hotel Lonsdale, Melbourne; Card inscribed 'Dedicated to my noble friend Frank Clune without permission, John Gartner' - Box 88 Show allonly 1

File 519. Newspaper article - book review of Clune's Scandals of Sydney Town, in Daily telegraph, 14 September 1957; Photograph of Frank Clune and Thelma Clune; Medals belonging to Major F. Clune - Box 88 Show allonly 1

File 520-522. 'Contracts - mostly Angus and Robertson' - Box 88 Show allonly 1

The contents of these three folders came from a blue binder (enclosed in Box 88 with folders).

File 520. Contracts, correspondence, newspaper clippings and credentials, 1952-70 - Box 88 Show allonly 1

File 521. Contracts, photographs, 1936-68 - Box 88 Show allonly 1

File 521. Photograph of Frank and Thelma Clune meeting Pope Paul VI (n.d.), and Frank Clune with Cardinal Norman Gilroy (1968) - Box 88 Show allonly 1

File 522. Contracts, credentials and newspaper clippings, 1945-60 - Box 88 Show allonly 1

File 523-526. 'Angus and Robertson - General file' - Box 89 Show allonly 1

The contents of these four folders were taken from and orange binder (enclosed in Box 89 with folders).

File 523. Correspondence and agreements, 1965-70 - Box 89 Show allonly 1

File 524. Correspondence, 1960-68 - Box 89 Show allonly 1

File 525. Newspaper clippings and correspondence, 1956-60 - Box 89 Show allonly 1

File 526. Correspondence, 1949-56 - Box 89 Show allonly 1

File 527-529. 'Angus and Robertson - Royalties, royalty statements 1931' - Box 90 Show allonly 1

The contents of these three folders were taken from a red tie binder (enclosed in Box 90)

File 527. Correspondence, accounts, 1967-81 - Box 90 Show allonly 1

File 528-529. Royalty statements, 1934-69 - Box 90 Show allonly 1

File 530-532. Papers - Box 90 Show allonly 1

The contents of these three folders were taken from the blue folder marked '1968' (enclosed in Box 91)

File 530. Tax statements, financial correspondence and newspaper clippings, 1950-60 - Box 90 Show allonly 1

File 531-532. Correspondence and newspaper clippings, 1954-56 - Box 91 Show allonly 1

File 533-538. The contents of these six folders were taken from a pack of papers bound together with a cotton strap and have a general theme of Australian bushrangers - Box 91 Show allonly 1

File 533. Biographical material on Patrick Curran and Ben Hall. Paddy Curran was an associate of William Westwood (Jacky Jacky). - Box 91 Show allonly 1

File 534. Extracts from John McGuire's diary (McGuire married the sister of Ben Hall) - Box 91 Show allonly 1

File 535. Correspondence, newspaper clippings and photographs relating to bushrangers, 1937-47; 1973 (several undated items) - Box 91 Show allonly 1

File 536. Photographs relating to Ben Hall - Box 92 Show allonly 1

File 537. Correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, ballads, 1943-57 - Box 92 Show allonly 1

File 538. Correspondence, 1943-68 - Box 92 Show allonly 1

File 538. Photograph 'View of Weddin Mountain, near the Emu Creek Diggings' - Box 92 Show allonly 1

File 538. Blue folder titled 'Wild colonial boys photos, drawings etc' Printed booklet: Colt: a century of achievement, 1836-1936. Colt's 100th anniversary firearms manual - Box 92 Show allonly 1

File 539. Memorandum and Articles of Association of Clune Accounting Systems Ltd; share certificates No. 30 and 31 (Added 17/5/95- - Box 92 Show allonly 1

File 539. Companies Auditors Board - certificate of registration for F. Clune - Box 92 Show allonly 1

File 539. Anzac Memorial program related to Oral DeB 1017 (Thelma Clune) - Box 92 Show allonly 1

File 539. Leaflet describing collectors' models of Colt revolvers - Box 92 Show allonly 1

File 539. The wonderful adventures of Ludo, the little green duck - children's book belonging to Clune's son, Anthony. - Box 92 Show allonly 1

Item. Ben Hall's revolver, ca. 1850 - Folio-Box (No. ?) Show allonly 1

Now located at PIC OBJ A40009084 LOC MS SR. According to Tony Clune, the provenance of the revolver is that whilst researching and writing the Ben Hall and Wild Colonial Boys books, Frank Clune met Henry Taylor, a grazier at Ford's Bridge, NSW. Taylor was a grandson of Jim Taylor who seduced Ben Hall's wife. Frank Clune purchased the revolver from Henry Taylor.

Item. Certificate of a visit to Franciscan Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem - Folio-Box (No. ?) Show allonly 1

Item. Certificate of Incorporation - Clune Accounting Systems Ltd. - Folio-Box (No. ?) Show allonly 1

Series. Additions, 7 Nov 1995 Show allonly 1

File. 'Jack Clune's Scraps', photographs and newspaper cuttings, 1914-36 - Box 93 Show allonly 1

File. Small photograph album, n.d. - Box 93 Show allonly 1

File. Frank Clune's Ned Kelly, illustrated by Walter Stackpool, 1977 (two copies). - Box 93 Show allonly 1

File. Publishers' correspondence and agreements by Frank Clune and his executor, ca 1937-85 (4 folders). - Box 94 Show allonly 1

File. Hamrod Productions, re Scandals of Sydney Town, 1990 - Box 94 Show allonly 1

File. Toga Films, re The Viking of Van Diemen's Land, 1989-90 - Box 94 Show allonly 1

File. Toby Magnusson, re translation of The Viking of Van Diemen's Land, 1990-92; includes copy of Myteriet på briggen Cyprus (The Pirates of the brig Cyprus, 1962). - Box 94 Show allonly 1

File. Frank Clune, Author and Ethnological Anachronism, by Bartlett Adamson, 1943. Horwitz Group Books, 1959-70 - Box 95 Show allonly 1

File. Executor's file, ca 1982-90 - Box 95 Show allonly 1

File. Press identification passes, 1950, 1979 and others (plastic bag). - Box 95 Show allonly 1

File. Acknowledgement of condolences: printers' block. - Box 95 Show allonly 1

Series. Additions, 8 December 1995 Show allonly 1

File. “Estate of F.P. Clune” : legal papers including copy of will, cuttings, receipts, bank statements, income tax returns, 1961-1973 (4 folders) - Box 95 Show allonly 1

File. Papers concerning the Ned Kelly film - Box 96 Show allonly 1

Papers given by Mrs Win Stephensen on 11 September 1965, including letters about the Ned Kelly film, and agreements between Clune and Percy Reginald Stephensen, 1962-63 (1 piece). Photos relating to Ned Kelly, a 13 p manuscript entitled Ben Hall, bushranger by Frank Clune, clippings and some correspondence, 1969-70 (1 piece). Papers relating to Karel Reisz and the Ned Kelly film, including correspondence, photos, and clippings concerning the making of the film, Karel Reisz and Albert Finney, 1962-63 (1 piece)

Series. Additions, 2 December 1996 Show allonly 1

Book posters; magazines including four copies of Frank Clune's Adventure Magazine, 1948 (vol.1 nos.1, 6, 7 & 8); copy of a letter from Frank Clune dated 9-3-1942 (original donated to the Australian War Memorial); letter re donation of a collection of Frank Clune's books, dated 2-10-1996.

File. Papers including book posters, magazines and letters - Box 96 Show allonly 1

Series. Description of Addition, 2 October 1992 Show allonly 1

This instalment (originally 35 cartons) was purchased by the Library from the University of New South Wales in 1992. The papers have been arranged in the following series: Subject files; Clune's newspaper columns; Letters and cuttings found in books; photographs, films and microfilms; Miscellaneous.

As with the earlier instalments, the predominant group is the subject files, which are arranged according to Clune's alphabetical sequence. Some files were bound by Clune slightly out of alphabetical sequence for convenience. Photographs which are integral to the subject files have been kept in Series 1; the remainder are in Series 4.

A typical file in this alphabetical sequence includes copies of research material (taken from books, articles and primary sources), press cuttings, notes and letters seeking information from librarians, archivists and descendants of the person Clune was researching. Sometimes there are also drafts of the works he wrote based on his research, but the great bulk of the contents of the subject files is not original.

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File 1-3. Australia - drawings - Box 97 Show allonly 1
File 4. Albion Park, NSW; Albury, NSW - Box 97 Show allonly 1
File 5. Atomic energy; Lucas Heights, NSW; Appin, NSW - Box 97 Show allonly 1
File 6. Armidale, NSW - Box 97 Show allonly 1
File 7. Ashes of Hiroshima - cuttings - Box 98 Show allonly 1
File 8. Mahomet Allum - Box 98 Show allonly 1
File 9. Amboyn - Box 98 Show allonly 1
File 10-11. Alice Springs, NT - Box 98 Show allonly 1
File 12. Attunga - Box 98 Show allonly 1
File 13. ANGAU - Major-General Morris - Box 99 Show allonly 1
File 14. ANGAU - construction of the Bulldog-Wau Road - Box 99 Show allonly 1
File 15. Photographs - Box 99 Show allonly 1
File 16. Alice Springs, Ayers Rock - photographs - Box 99 Show allonly 1
File 17. Army - Box 99 Show allonly 1
File 18. Albany, WA - Box 99 Show allonly 1
File 19. Blue Mountains, NSW - Box 100 Show allonly 1
File 20. Bourke, NSW; Brewarina and Midnight - Box 100 Show allonly 1
File 21. Burma and Yunnan District - Box 100 Show allonly 1
File 22-23. Bradshaws - Box 100 Show allonly 1
File 24. Randolph Bedford; Louis Becke - Box 100 Show allonly 1
File 25-26. Bass and Flinders - Box 101 Show allonly 1
File 27. Bertrand murder; Butler photographs - Box 101 Show allonly 1
File 28-30. Blue Mountains murders - Box 101 Show allonly 1
File 31. Barrow Creek Battle, 1874 - Box 102 Show allonly 1
File 32-33. Bathurst, NSW - Box 102 Show allonly 1
File 34. Burrowa, NSW; Benalla, - Box 102 Show allonly 1
File 35. Broome, WA - Box 102 Show allonly 1
File 36. Bundaberg, QLD; Burnett's survey of Boyne River - Box 102 Show allonly 1
File 37-39. Broad coasts tour - Box 103 Show allonly 1
File 40. Bowral, NSW; Berrima, NSW - Box 103 Show allonly 1
File 41-42. Broken Hill, NSW - Box 103 Show allonly 1
File 43. William Carr Boyd; Barclay (explorer); Fred Brockman - Box 104 Show allonly 1
File 44. Timothy Beard; William Bland - Box 104 Show allonly 1
File 45-46. Birdsville Trip, 1946; Milparinga and Mount Brown - Box 104 Show allonly 1
File 47. Bateman's Bay, NSW; Moruya, NSW - Box 104 Show allonly 1
File 48. Braidwood and Araluen, NSW - Box 104 Show allonly 1
File 49-55. Burke and Wills expedition - Box 105 Show allonly 1
File 56-57. Burke and Wills expedition - Box 106 Show allonly 1
File 58-61. Bushrangers: Rolf Boldrewood, Starlight, Thomas Redford - Box 106 Show allonly 1
File 62. Bushrangers, 1862 - Box 107 Show allonly 1
File 63-64. Bushrangers, 1863 - Box 107 Show allonly 1
File 65. Bushrangers, 1864 - Box 107 Show allonly 1
File 66. Bushrangers, 1865 - Box 107 Show allonly 1
File 67. Bushrangers, 1866 - Box 107 Show allonly 1
File 68-71. 'Bound for Botany Bay' - manuscript draft - Box 108 Show allonly 1
File 72. John Carruthers - Box 108 Show allonly 1
File 73. Noel Coward - Box 108 Show allonly 1
File 74. Camden Harbour, WA - Box 108 Show allonly 1
File 75. James Connolly - Box 109 Show allonly 1
File 76. A.E. ('Ted') Colson. Explorer, Simpson Desert - Box 109 Show allonly 1
File 77. Chidley; Cloncurry, Qld; Cardwell, Qld - Box 109 Show allonly 1
File 78. Cooktown, Qld - Box 109 Show allonly 1
File 79. Cairns, Qld - Box 109 Show allonly 1
File 80. Cowra, NSW - Box 109 Show allonly 1
File 81-83. Dick Casey - Box 110 Show allonly 1
File 84. Coolgardie and Kalgoorlie, WA - Box 110 Show allonly 1
File 85. Marcus Clarke - Box 110 Show allonly 1
File 86. Coolamon - Box 110 Show allonly 1
File 87. Condobolin; Coonabarrabran - Box 110 Show allonly 1
File 88. Cassilis, NSW; Cootamundra; William Cordeaux - Box 110 Show allonly 1
File 89. Canning Stock Route - Box 111 Show allonly 1
File 90-93. Martin Cash - Box 111 Show allonly 1
File 94-95. Allan Cunningham - Box 112 Show allonly 1
File 96. Hamlett Cornish - Box 112 Show allonly 1
File 97-98. Catholic Weekly - Box 112 Show allonly 1
File 99-100. Camden, NSW - Box 113 Show allonly 1
File 101. Collector, NSW - Box 113 Show allonly 1
File 102. Crookwell, NSW - Box 113 Show allonly 1
File 103. Collarenebri, NSW - Box 113 Show allonly 1
File 104. Campbelltown; Appin, Cabramatta, Cooma (all NSW) - Box 113 Show allonly 1
File 105. Canberra, ACT; Queanbeyan, NSW - Box 113 Show allonly 1
File 106-108. Canberra, Queanbeyan - Box 114 Show allonly 1
File 109-112. Canberra, Queanbeyan; Snowy Mountains - Box 114 Show allonly 1
File 113. Report of the Royal Commission on Espionage, 1955 - Box 115 Show allonly 1
File 114. Communist Royal Commission - Box 115 Show allonly 1
File. Printed material on Canada - Box 115-117 Show allonly 1
File 115. Small files on Quebec State, Montreal, Ottawa, Mounties, Fiji - Box 117 Show allonly 1
File. Printed material on Canada - Box 118-119 Show allonly 1
File. Printed material on Canada, including Folders 116-119 - Box 118-119 Show allonly 1
File 120-125. Cyprus Pirates - Box 120 Show allonly 1
File 126-128. Cyprus Pirates - John Popjoy or Pobjoy - Box 121 Show allonly 1
File 129-132. Cyprus Pirates articles - mutiny on the Cyprus - Box 121 Show allonly 1
File 133. Governor Sir Ralph Darling - Box 122 Show allonly 1
File 134. Drovers - Box 122 Show allonly 1
File 135-136. Drysdale River District, WA - Box 122 Show allonly 1
File 137. Alexander Dalrymple - voyage - Box 122 Show allonly 1
File 138. Denman, NSW; Dubbo, NSW; John Bede Dalley - Box 122 Show allonly 1
File 139. Durack Family - Box 122 Show allonly 1
File 140-142. Allan A. Davidson exploration - Box 123 Show allonly 1
File 143-145. Louis de Rougemont - Box 123 Show allonly 1
File 146-149. Eureka Stockade - Box 124 Show allonly 1
File 150. Eureka - Ballarat - Box 124 Show allonly 1
File 151. Eureka - Irish in Australia - Box 124 Show allonly 1
File 152. Eureka News - clippings - Peter Lalor - Box 125 Show allonly 1
File 153. Eureka articles - Box 125 Show allonly 1
File 154. Eureka - Argus trials - Box 125 Show allonly 1
File 155-158. Eureka - Ballarat folder - Box 125 Show allonly 1
File 159. Queen Emma - Box 126 Show allonly 1
File 160. Edward Eyre; Euston, Vic. - Box 126 Show allonly 1
File 161. Old Eugowra, by E.C. Allen: book printed by St Vincent's Boys' Home, Westmead, NSW, 1940 - Box 126 Show allonly 1
File 162. William Easton: Report on the North Kimberley District of WA, 1921, bound, typed manuscript illustrated with photographs - Box 126 Show allonly 1
File 163. Frank Clune: 'Flying Dutchmen', subtitled 'Rambling around Holland” narrative of an expedition of discovery from Australia to the Netherlands with the Flying Dutchmen'. Typescript. - Box 126 Show allonly 1
File 164-170. Europe - photographs - Box 127 Show allonly 1
File 171-172. Fisher's Ghost [Frederick Fisher, convict] - Box 128 Show allonly 1
File 173. William Campbell [pirate] - Box 128 Show allonly 1
File 174. Brig Frederick [pirates] - Box 128 Show allonly 1
File 175. Fairfax [John Fairfax paper store at Pyrmont, also Simeon Lord, ancestor of the Fairfaxes] - Box 128 Show allonly 1
File 176. Miles Franklin - Box 128 Show allonly 1
File 177-179. Formosa, Hong Kong - Box 129 Show allonly 1
File 180-181. Formosa trip - Box 129 Show allonly 1
File 182. Alexander Forrest - Box 130 Show allonly 1
File 183. Alexander Forrest; Ernest Favenc - Box 130 Show allonly 1
File 184. Reverend John Flynn - Box 130 Show allonly 1
File 185. Forbes, NSW; Farquarson Brothers [drovers] - Box 130 Show allonly 1
File 186. John Forbes - Box 130 Show allonly 1
File 187. Errol Flynn - Box 130 Show allonly 1
File 188-189. Mrs Aeneas Gunn - Box 130 Show allonly 1
File 190. George and Murray Expedition [F.R. George, George Edington, L.A. Wells, W.R. Murray] - Box 131 Show allonly 1
File 191. G.W. Goyder; Edmund Galley; lonely graves; W.C. Gosse; Cardinal Gilroy - Box 131 Show allonly 1
File 192-196. Governor Gang - Box 131 Show allonly 1
File 197. Gosford, NSW - Box 132 Show allonly 1
File 198. Gundagai, NSW - Box 132 Show allonly 1
File 199. Grafton, NSW - Box 132 Show allonly 1
File 200. Inveralochy (Goulburn); Gunning, NSW - Box 132 Show allonly 1
File 201. Goulburn, NSW - Box 132 Show allonly 1
File 202. Geographical journal [reprints from Oceania, The Australian geographer, The geographical journal] - Box 132 Show allonly 1
File 203-207. John Grant [manuscript drafts] - Box 133 Show allonly 1
File 208. Gold - Box 134 Show allonly 1
File 209. Gladstone, Qld; Gwydir Highway, Gulgong, NSW; Gwabegar, NSW - Box 134 Show allonly 1
File 210. Glenn Innes, NSW - Box 134 Show allonly 1
File 211. Gunnedah, NSW; Gulgong, NSW - Box 134 Show allonly 1
File 212-214. Andrew Hume - Box 134 Show allonly 1
File 215-222. Bully Hayes [manuscript drafts] - Box 135 Show allonly 1
File 223-226. Bully Hayes [drafts continued] - Box 136 Show allonly 1
File 227. Lawrence Hargrave; Frank Hann - Box 136 Show allonly 1
File 228. W.O. Hodgkinson - Box 136 Show allonly 1
File 229. Hornsby, NSW; Hurstville, NSW - Box 136 Show allonly 1
File 230. Hagen murder [hanging of Charlie Hagen, Pablo Manquez, Simeon Espada; pearling - Box 136 Show allonly 1
File 231. S. Hack's journal; John Ainsworth Horrocks' journal; John Harris, Ultimo, NSW; Hancock's Tower [Robert Hancock] - Box 137 Show allonly 1
File 232-233. Imperial War Graves - Box 137 Show allonly 1
File 234. Rex Ingamells, Australian literature - Box 137 Show allonly 1
File 235-236. Jorgen Jorgensen [manuscript draft]: 'Original prize text, rejected for prize by ABC for publication' - Box 137 Show allonly 1
File 237-243. Jorgensen draft (continued) - Box 138 Show allonly 1
File 244-250. Jorgensen correspondence, 1948-55 - Box 139 Show allonly 1
File 251-258. Jorgensen drafts - Box 140 Show allonly 1
File 259-260. Drafts of book on Jorgensen - Box 141 Show allonly 1
File 261. Correspondence and research material on Jorgensen, 1780-1794 - Box 141 Show allonly 1
File 262. Correspondence and research material on Jorgensen, 1806-1808 - Box 141 Show allonly 1
File 263. Correspondence and research material on Jorgensen, 1800-1805 - Box 141 Show allonly 1
File 263. Religion of Christ - Box 141 Show allonly 1
File 264. Marcus Clarke and Calder - Box 141 Show allonly 1
File 265-267. Tasmanian papers on Jorgensen, 1826-1841 - Box 141 Show allonly 1
File 268-269. Jorgensen: duplicate diary of Thomas Walter - Box 142 Show allonly 1
File 270-272. Japan and Korea (typed diary), August-September, 1950 - Box 142 Show allonly 1
File 273. James Jones - Box 142 Show allonly 1
File 274. Junee, NSW Lieutenant Charles Jeffries, Cairncross Island - Box 142 Show allonly 1
File 275. Korean Diary - Box 143 Show allonly 1
File 276. Korea, photographs - Box 143 Show allonly 1
File 277. Ellen Kelly King - Box 143 Show allonly 1
File 278. Kennedy Expedition, 1848 - Box 143 Show allonly 1
File 279-280. Port Kembla and Mount Kembla - Box 144 Show allonly 1
File 281. Kempsey and Macleay River, NSW - Box 144 Show allonly 1
File 282. Egon Kisch - Box 144 Show allonly 1
File 283. Kimberleys - Sydney Morning Herald articles - Box 144 Show allonly 1
File 284. Koorawatha, NSW. Kenniff Bushrangers - Box 144 Show allonly 1
File 285. Kiandra, NSW - Box 144 Show allonly 1
File 286-291. Ned Kelly: Reynolds Weekly, Argus and Truth articles - Box 145 Show allonly 1
File 292-297. Ned Kelly - Box 146 Show allonly 1
File 298-305. Ned Kelly - Box 147 Show allonly 1
File 306. Ned Kelly: Truth articles - Box 148 Show allonly 1
File 307. Ned Kelly: photographs - Box 148 Show allonly 1
File 308. 'Ned Kelly's Last Stand' - typed draft - Box 148 Show allonly 1
File 309. Newspaper articles: 'The Life of Ned Kelly' - Box 148 Show allonly 1
File 310-316. Ned Kelly - Box 149 Show allonly 1
File 317-323. Ned Kelly, including Kelly Gang, Red Kelly, John Kelly - Box 150 Show allonly 1
File 324-325. Ned Kelly - Box 151 Show allonly 1
File 326-329. Land of Australia - Box 151 Show allonly 1
File 330. Land of Australia - Box 151 Show allonly 1
File 330. John Dunmore Lang - Box 151 Show allonly 1
File 331-335. Ludwig Leichhardt - Box 152 Show allonly 1
File 336. C.J. Levien - Box 152 Show allonly 1
File 337-338. G.A. Lloyd - Box 153 Show allonly 1
File 339. Lamington Plateau Forest - Box 153 Show allonly 1
File 340. J.H. Lukin; Charles Laver and Sam Hazlitt; Barney Lamond - Box 153 Show allonly 1
File 341. Leeton, NSW - Box 153 Show allonly 1
File 342. Lithgow, NSW; F. Litchfield; Lake Cargellico, NSW - Box 153 Show allonly 1
File 343-344. John Lhotsky - Box 154 Show allonly 1
File 345. Lasseter's Reef - Box 154 Show allonly 1
File 346-347. Michael Leahy - Box 154 Show allonly 1
File 348-349. David Lindsay - Box 155 Show allonly 1
File 350. David Lindsay; Lionel Lindsay - Box 155 Show allonly 1
File 351. Lismore, NSW - Box 155 Show allonly 1
File 352. Liverpool, NSW; Lake George, NSW - Box 155 Show allonly 1
File 353. Lightning Ridge, NSW - Box 155 Show allonly 1
File 354-355. Myall Creek Massacre - Box 156 Show allonly 1
File 356. Sir Thomas Mitchell - Box 156 Show allonly 1
File 357. Murray River; W.W. Mills - Box 156 Show allonly 1
File 358. Robert Menzies - Box 156 Show allonly 1
File 359. Richard T. Maurice - Box 156 Show allonly 1
File 360. Manly, NSW - Box 156 Show allonly 1
File 361-362. Murrumbidgee, NSW - Box 157 Show allonly 1
File 363. J. McKinlay expedition - Box 157 Show allonly 1
File 364. Mt Isa, Qld - Box 157 Show allonly 1
File 365. Mt Gambier, SA; Jack Mahoney Hotel - Box 157 Show allonly 1
File 366. Alex McCrae and Alex McDonald, Western Australian expedition - Box 157 Show allonly 1
File 367-371. 'Murder on the Sacred Mountain' - drafts - Box 158 Show allonly 1
File 372. Mudgee, NSW - Box 158 Show allonly 1
File 373-374. Mackay, Qld - Box 159 Show allonly 1
File 375. Hugh McCrae and Mossman, Port Douglas, QLD - Box 159 Show allonly 1
File 376. Leslie McArthur, George Mackillop, Maneroo Qld, Angus McMillan, Gippsland explorations - Box 159 Show allonly 1
File 377-378. Maitland, NSW and Molly Morgan - Box 159 Show allonly 1
File 379. Mildura, Vic - Box 159 Show allonly 1
File 380. Molong, NSW - Box 160 Show allonly 1
File 381. Mourilyan and Innisfail, Qld; Murrumburrah, NSW; Marulan, NSW; Mittagong and Moss Vale, NSW - Box 160 Show allonly 1
File 382-383. Harry Morant, Lieutenant George Witton - Box 160 Show allonly 1
File 384-385. Man magazine - Box 160 Show allonly 1
File 386. Miners, etc. - Box 161 Show allonly 1
File 387-390. Bill McKinnon - Box 161 Show allonly 1
File 391-393. Captain Midnight/Moonlight - Box 162 Show allonly 1
File 394. Malta - Box 162 Show allonly 1
File 395. Lola Montez - Box 162 Show allonly 1
File 396-407. 'Chinese Morrison' (G.E. Morrison) - Box 163-164 Show allonly 1
File 408-409. Daniel Morgan, bushranger - Box 165 Show allonly 1
File 410. Mungindi, NSW - Box 165 Show allonly 1
File 411. Macksville, Nambucca River, NSW; Merriwa, NSW; Manilla, NSW - Box 165 Show allonly 1
File 412. Moree, NSW - Box 165 Show allonly 1
File 413. Murrarundi, NSW - Box 165 Show allonly 1
File 414. Main Roads - Box 165 Show allonly 1
File 415-419. Captain Frank Melville - Box 166 Show allonly 1
File 420-421. Captain Frank Melville - Box 167 Show allonly 1
File 422-424. Nemarluk, Tuckiar and others - Box 167 Show allonly 1
File 425-426. Ninety Mile Desert - Box 167 Show allonly 1
File 427. Narrabri, NSW - Box 168 Show allonly 1
File 428. Nyngan, NSW - Box 168 Show allonly 1
File 429. Narrandera, NSW - Box 168 Show allonly 1
File 430-431. Nullarbor and the Bight - Box 168 Show allonly 1
File 432-433. Newcastle, NSW - Box 168 Show allonly 1
File 434. Newcastle, NSW (cont.) - Box 169 Show allonly 1
File 435-436. New Zealand - Box 169 Show allonly 1
File 437-438. Norfolk Island - Box 169 Show allonly 1
File 439-441. Norfolk Island (cont.) - Box 170 Show allonly 1
File 442-445. Northern Territory - Box 170 Show allonly 1
File 446-456. Northern Territory (cont.) - Box 171-172 Show allonly 1
File 457-460. Northern Territory (cont.) - Box 173 Show allonly 1
File 461. New Guinea - Eric Petterson diary and New Guinea - Charlie Mathies Diary - Box 173 Show allonly 1
File 462. Charlie Mathies diary (cont.) - Box 173 Show allonly 1
File 463-464. New Guinea - R.S. Moody's diary - Box 173 Show allonly 1
File 465-469. New Guinea, including oil reports and maps - Box 174 Show allonly 1
File 470. William Park, Ernest Dover, George Ellis, Jack Nettleton, James Twycross - Box 175 Show allonly 1
File 471. Anglican Mission; Arthur Peck - Box 175 Show allonly 1
File 472. Daru and Kikori - Box 175 Show allonly 1
File 473. Port Moresby - Box 175 Show allonly 1
File 474. Arthur Darling; Charles Beckett; Antoine d'Entrecasteaux - Box 175 Show allonly 1
File 475. Big Six; W.R. Carpenter and Co. - Box 175 Show allonly 1
File 476. Rabaul; Harry Downing - Box 175 Show allonly 1
File 477. F.W. Godden diary; Various, New Guinea - Box 175 Show allonly 1
File 478. Edie Creek and Wau - Box 176 Show allonly 1
File 479. Salamaua and Lae; Nikolai Miklouho-Maclay - Box 176 Show allonly 1
File 480. A.S. Meek; Papuan general - Box 176 Show allonly 1
File 481. Tom Yeomans; Bulolo - Box 176 Show allonly 1
File 482. Loose papers - Box 176 Show allonly 1
File 483. Patrol reports, 1937 - Box 176 Show allonly 1
File 484. Joe Sloane; Yale Island Mission - Box 176 Show allonly 1
File 485. Justice Evatt's report, 1939; Interesting articles - Box 177 Show allonly 1
File 486. Reverend Georg Pilhofer - Box 177 Show allonly 1
File 487. Hermann Detzner; Wilhelm Dammkoehler - Box 177 Show allonly 1
File 488-489. Lutherans - Box 177 Show allonly 1
File 490. Guinea Airways - Box 177 Show allonly 1
File 491-493. New Guinea Diary, 1940, 1943, 1949 - Box 178 Show allonly 1
File 494-497. 'Somewhere in New Guinea', incl corresp, notes, cuttings - Box 178 Show allonly 1
File 498-502. General notes, correspondence, cuttings - Box 179 Show allonly 1
File 503. German explorations; Other papers - Box 179 Show allonly 1
File 504. Royal Commission on Edie Creek - Box 179 Show allonly 1
File 505. John O'Donnell - correspondence - Box 180 Show allonly 1
File 506. Oil - Box 180 Show allonly 1
File 507. Morry O'Halloran; W.J. O'Donnell Expedition; Mike O'Baden and Tom Turner - Box 180 Show allonly 1
File 508. Omeo Murders - Box 180 Show allonly 1
File 509. Orange, NSW - Box 180 Show allonly 1
File 510-512. Overland Telegraph, including Parliamentary Papers - Box 180 Show allonly 1
File 513-518. Overland Telegraph, including maps - Box 181 Show allonly 1
File 519-522. Overland Telegraph, including reviews and photographs - Box 182 Show allonly 1
File 523-524. Opium - Box 182 Show allonly 1
File 525. Opera House - Box 183 Show allonly 1
File 526-528. Police Gazette, 1859-63 - Box 183 Show allonly 1
File 529-531. Police Gazette, 1864-66 - Box 184 Show allonly 1
File 532. Port Phillip, including diary of Robert Knopwood, 1805-8 - Box 185 Show allonly 1
File 533. Peats Ferry, NSW - Box 185 Show allonly 1
File 534-536. Parramatta, NSW - Box 185 Show allonly 1
File 537. Parkes, NSW; Penrith, NSW - Box 186 Show allonly 1
File 538. Portland, Vic; Pix magazine - Box 186 Show allonly 1
File 539. Port Macquarie and Stroud, NSW - Box 186 Show allonly 1
File 540. Picton and Menangle, NSW - Box 186 Show allonly 1
File 541. Pyramid Hill, Vic.; Pilliga, NSW - Box 186 Show allonly 1
File 542-544. Parramatta and the Female Factory - Box 187 Show allonly 1
File 545. John Ross - Box 187 Show allonly 1
File 546-547. Ralph Rashleigh - Box 187 Show allonly 1
File 548. Rubber; Rockley, NSW; William Ricketts - Box 188 Show allonly 1
File 549. Richmond and Windsor, NSW; Renmark, SA; Rockhampton, Qld - Box 188 Show allonly 1
File 550. Rabbit Fences; Ranken, Rankine [pioneer families] - Box 188 Show allonly 1
File 551-552. Rocket Range [Woomera] - Box 188 Show allonly 1
File 553. Steele Rudd; Roebuck Bay, WA; Steve Rendle - Box 188 Show allonly 1
File 554-555. Joseph Sudds and Patrick Thompson - Box 189 Show allonly 1
File 556-557. Harry Slocombe - Box 189 Show allonly 1
File 558. Sundown Murder (Bailey Bowman) - Box 189 Show allonly 1
File 559. Ross Smith flight - Box 189 Show allonly 1
File 560-561. Surfers Paradise, Qld; Singleton, NSW - Box 190 Show allonly 1
File 563. Phil Saunders - Box 190 Show allonly 1
File 564. Frank Scarr; Harry Stockdale Expedition; Scone, NSW; H.G. Smith - Box 190 Show allonly 1
File 565. Swan Hill, Vic - Box 190 Show allonly 1
File 566-568. Soil Erosion - Box 191 Show allonly 1
File 569. Snowy River - Box 191 Show allonly 1
File 570. Snowy River - Kosciusko Hotel - Box 191 Show allonly 1
File 571. Snowy River - Man From - Box 191 Show allonly 1
File 572. J.P. Stow's boat voyage along the north and west coasts of Australia, 1864 - Box 191 Show allonly 1
File 573-577. Snowy Mountains, including maps - Box 192 Show allonly 1
File 578-582. Snowy Mountains, Mt Kosciusko and Strzelecki - Box 193 Show allonly 1
File 583-584. Scottish Martyrs - Box 193 Show allonly 1
File 585-586. Scottish Martyrs (cont.) - Box 194 Show allonly 1
File 587-589. South Australia - Box 194 Show allonly 1
File 590. SA: Port Augusta, Port Pirie, Port Lincoln, Peterborough - Box 194 Show allonly 1
File 591. Sydney: Castlereagh Street - Thomas Rose, David Jones site - Box 195 Show allonly 1
File 592-593. Castlereagh Street (cont.) - Box 195 Show allonly 1
File 594. GPO - Box 195 Show allonly 1
File 595. Martin Place and Bent Street - Box 195 Show allonly 1
File 596. Bridge Street and Tank Stream - Box 195 Show allonly 1
File 597-598. Sydney Harbour - Box 195 Show allonly 1
File 599. Watsons Bay - Box 196 Show allonly 1
File 600-601. Pitt Street - Box 196 Show allonly 1
File 602. Lindeman's Ltd; Various - Box 196 Show allonly 1
File 603. Spring Street; Elizabeth Street; York Street - Box 196 Show allonly 1
File 604. Phillip Street; O'Connell Street - Box 196 Show allonly 1
File 605. Hunter Street; Harris Street - Box 196 Show allonly 1
File 606. Rose Bay Convent; Macquarie Lighthouse - Box 196 Show allonly 1
File 607. Rushcutters Bay; Darling Point - Box 196 Show allonly 1
File 608. 'Saga of Sydney' - Box 197 Show allonly 1
File 609. North to Newport; Photographs - Box 197 Show allonly 1
File 610. Old Sydney - Box 197 Show allonly 1
File 611-612. 'Sidelights on Old Sydney' - Box 197 Show allonly 1
File 613-614. Jails - Box 197 Show allonly 1
File 615-616. Railway Square; Cemetery; Benevolent Institutions; Tollgates; Carter's Barracks - Box 198 Show allonly 1
File 617-618. Churches - Box 198 Show allonly 1
File 619. St Stephen's Church, Macquarie Street; Scots Church, Church Hill - Box 198 Show allonly 1
File 620. Pinchgut, Fort Denison; Buildings - Box 198 Show allonly 1
File 621. Diary of Harbour trip, 1957 - Box 199 Show allonly 1
File 622. Garden Island; Farm Cove and Botanic Gardens - Box 199 Show allonly 1
File 623. Australian Club; Macquarie Place; Sydney streets renamed - Box 199 Show allonly 1
File 624-625. Macquarie Street - Box 199 Show allonly 1
File 626. Macquarie Street (Parliament House, Burdekin House) - Box 199 Show allonly 1
File 627-629. 'Scallywags of Sydney Cove' - Box 200 Show allonly 1
File 630. Sydney Observatory - Box 200 Show allonly 1
File 631-633. The Rocks - cuttings, photographs, journal, brochures - Box 200 Show allonly 1
File 634. Pyrmont; Kissing Point; Cockatoo Dock - Box 201 Show allonly 1
File 635. St Vincent's College; Potts Point - Box 201 Show allonly 1
File 636-637. Darlinghurst, Potts Point, Elizabeth Bay House - Box 201 Show allonly 1
File 638. Town Hall; George Street West; George Street North - Box 201 Show allonly 1
File 639-640. George Street - Box 201 Show allonly 1
File 641. George Street South - Box 202 Show allonly 1
File 642. George Street Middle - Box 202 Show allonly 1
File 643-646. James Tyson - Box 202 Show allonly 1
File 647. Timor Joe's Story; Tumut and Adelong - Box 202 Show allonly 1
File 648. W.H. Tietkens; Toowoomba, Qld - Box 203 Show allonly 1
File 649. Tottenham, NSW; Tenterfield, NSW; Charles Tompson - Box 203 Show allonly 1
File 650. Tully, Qld; Townsville, Qld; Thirroul, NSW - Box 203 Show allonly 1
File 651. Tamworth, Keepit Dam, NSW - Box 203 Show allonly 1
File 652. Temora, NSW - Box 203 Show allonly 1
File 653. Tennant Creek, NT - Box 203 Show allonly 1
File 654-655. Thursday Island - Box 204 Show allonly 1
File 656-657. Uranium, Radium Hill - Box 204 Show allonly 1
File 658. University [of Sydney] - Box 204 Show allonly 1
File 659-661. Uganda - Box 204 Show allonly 1
File 662-663. Han van Meegeren - Box 205 Show allonly 1
File 664-665. Victoria River Downs - Box 205 Show allonly 1
File 666. John Videle; Wellington Piracy - Box 205 Show allonly 1
File 667. Solomon Wiseman (Wiseman's Ferry); Peter Egerton Warburton expedition (SA) - Box 205 Show allonly 1
File 667-668. Charles Winnecke - Box 205 Show allonly 1
File 669. Wilfred Steele (Larry Wells) - Box 206 Show allonly 1
File 670. Wilcannia, White Cliffs, NSW; Walgett, NSW - Box 206 Show allonly 1
File 671. Wagga Wagga, NSW - Box 206 Show allonly 1
File 672. Sir Archibald Wavell - Box 206 Show allonly 1
File 673. Winton, Qld; Wellington, NSW - Box 206 Show allonly 1
File 674. Wyangala Dam, NSW and Wyalong , NSW - Box 206 Show allonly 1
File 675. Wool - Box 207 Show allonly 1
File 676-679. White Australia - Box 207 Show allonly 1
File 680. John (Rocky) Whelan - Box 207 Show allonly 1
File 681. Western Australia - Box 207 Show allonly 1
File 682-684. Western Australia - Box 208 Show allonly 1
File 685. Yass, NSW - Box 208 Show allonly 1
File 686-687. Young (Lambing Flat), Yarrangobilly, NSW - Box 208 Show allonly 1

Series 2. Clune's Newspaper Columns Show allonly 1

File 1-5. Smith's Weekly: 'Riparian Roamings' - drafts and cuttings', 1937-41 - Box 209 Show allonly 1
File 6. 'Land of Hope and Glory' - cuttings - Box 210 Show allonly 1
File 7. News Way - cuttings - Box 210 Show allonly 1
File 8-14. Smith's Weekly: 'Clune's Column' and 'Clune's Corner' - drafts, cuttings, correspondence - Box 211 Show allonly 1

Series 3. Letters and cuttings found in books Show allonly 1

Staff of the University of New South Wales Library extracted enclosures from the books acquired from Clune and placed them in envelopes annotated with the bibliographic details of the relevant book. Most of the enclosures are letters and cuttings.

File. Letters and cuttings - Box 212-214 Show allonly 1

Series 4. Photographs, films, microfilms Show allonly 1

Clune collected thousands of photographs. They range from original images taken by Clune on his many travels, to copies of published illustrations and texts gathered during his research. Clune placed them in titled envelopes, which are now brittle. Some of the photographs are also in poor condition. The contents of the envelopes have been placed in individual archival plastic bags with their original titles, and arranged in alphabetical order. Sometimes two or three subjects occupy one plastic bag. A large proportion of the photographs are not identified or dated beyond the details given on the packets and non-Australian images abound. Where the packet was found to contain written material and newsprint photographs, this extra material has been kept intact with the accompanying photographs.

See also Series 1 for additional images which were housed by Clune in 'bound volume' format.

The series also comprises small flat boxes (also brittle) containing prints or rolls of developed film, and unidentified microfilm reels.

File. Ayr, Qld; Atherton, Qld; Adelaide, SA; Angkor Wat; Abrolhos; Australian coast; Alice Springs, NT; Aquaplaning - Barrier Reef; Arnhem Land, NT - Box 215 Show allonly 1
File. Bahrain; Baghdad; Basra; Bathurst Island; Batavia River Flight; Blaxland; Broken Hill, NSW; Borobudur and Prambanan; Ballarat; Brisbane, Qld; Broome Pearls and Beagle Bay, WA; Bandoeng - Box 216 Show allonly 1
File. Brisbane (cont.), Sir Joseph Banks; Bullfighting; Barron Falls; Bligh and Restoration Rock; Burke and Wills; Burma; Bundaberg, Qld; Bowen, Qld; Bali; Buitenzorg; Ba---[Asia?] - Box 217 Show allonly 1
File. Clune Clan, 1905; Cairns, Qld; Calcutta; David Collins; Cardwell; James Cook - general; Cox's voyage - Van Diemen's Land; Cook-town to Townsville, Qld; Celebes; Canada and Korea; Dean Case; Darwin, NT; Darke's Monument; Drysdale River; Dunk Island - Box 218 Show allonly 1
File. Dairen (Chine); Darling Trip; Elsey Cemetery - Mrs Gunn; English provinces; Egypt, Explorers, Europe - Box 219 Show allonly 1
File. Eire; England; Formosa/Snowy River; [Namat Jira 1958?]; Falkiner; Alex Forrest; Matthew Flinders, Erroll Flynn - Box 220 Show allonly 1
File. Green Island - Great Barrier Reef; Hsinking; Gladstone, Qld; Goolwa and Lake Bonney, SA; Gordon Vale, Qld; Gold mining(?); A.C. Gregory; Gold and Hargraves; Goaribari Village (Papua); Hume and Hovell; Holdsworthy; Hiroshima; S.C. Henty, Hagen (PNG) - Box 221 Show allonly 1
File. India ('Song of India', see also Box 232); Iran; Indonesia; Ingham (Herbert River); Iceland/Spain - Box 222 Show allonly 1
File. Jakarta; Japan; Java; Jorgensen and Van Diemen's Land Co. report; Korea - Box 223 Show allonly 1
File. Jorgensen; Java; Japan - Box 224 Show allonly 1
File. Ned Kelly; Kabul; Keijo; Kure; Kennedy Expedition; Kangaroo Island; KNILM [airline] and low pressure flying - Box 225 Show allonly 1
File. Lindeman Island; Landsborough; Lachlan River; David Lindsay; London; Middle East; Moresby and New Guinea - Box 226 Show allonly 1
File. Middle East - Box 227 Show allonly 1
File. Mourilyan; Muk Den (Manchurian Incident); John McKinlay; Malaya; Melbourne; Mossman and Port Douglas; Makassar and Celebes; Mt Isa to Katherine; Mount Gambier, SA; Thomas Mitchell; Murray River - Box 228 Show allonly 1
File. Normanton and Burketown/Thursday Island - Gulf of Carpentaria; Norfolk Island, Nile from Malakal to Juba; New Guinea - Box 229 Show allonly 1
File. New Guinea; New Zealand/Samoa/Tahiti/NT; Nondugl - Box 230 Show allonly 1
File. Ormiston, ship; John Oxley and Allan Cunningham; Palm Islands, Portland, SA; Peking; Papua; Pnom Penh; Peshawar and Khyber Pass - Box 231 Show allonly 1
File. Peron's voyage along coast of WA and Tasmania; Papua; Rockhampton, Qld; 'Song of India' (see also Box 222) - Box 232 Show allonly 1
File. Scotland; Stuart; Sturt; Sydney to Brisbane; Saigon - general; Siam, Sugar; South Australia; Sourabaya, South Coast NSW; Sundries - Box 233 Show allonly 1
File. Sailing ships; South Australia; South Africa; Sundries - Box 234 Show allonly 1
File. Tasmanian tour, 1946 and 1955; Thursday Island to Cooktown; Thursday Island and Wandana Trip/Somerset and Jardines; Tokyo; Townsville and Magnetic Island; Tully, Qld; Tarakan (Borneo), Telefolmin; Tasmania, Thailand (see Siam) - Box 235 Show allonly 1
File. Victor Harbour; Victoria - Rural; Victoria River; Victoria - unsorted; Western Australia Trip, 1945; Uganda; World Tour, 1967 - Box 236 Show allonly 1
File. Mixed, miscellaneous and unidentified, including Holland/Belgium/Norway/Sweden Tour/Round Australia 1953; Photostats - various - Box 237 Show allonly 1
File. Mixed, miscellaneous and unidentified; photographs of munitions manufacture, including images of Sir Frederick Stewart; Microfilm reels identified only as 'Dupe negative' - Nos 2 - 6 - Box 238 Show allonly 1
File. Microfilm reels Nos 7 - 18 (15-18 have two each); Roll 'A'; Kelly Gang; 'Colour transparencies' - Box 239 Show allonly 1

Series 5. Miscellaneous Show allonly 1

File 1-3. Fan Mail, 1961-67 - Box 240 Show allonly 1
File 4. Miscellaneous letters, 1945-56 - Box 240 Show allonly 1
File 5-6. Various handwritten drafts - Box 240 Show allonly 1
File 7. Loose notes, diary on South Africa, 1968 - Box 240 Show allonly 1
File 8. Tariff Board Inquiry into Book Publishing Industry - Box 241 Show allonly 1
File 9. Miscellaneous cuttings - Box 241 Show allonly 1
File 10-11. Miscellaneous - Box 241 Show allonly 1
File 10-11. Maps - Box 241 Show allonly 1
Item. Large photographs and photoprints from Public Record Office files - Folio-Box No. ? Show allonly 1