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Small book, part of a series published by ANU Press.
Initially organised in alphabetical order and then rewritten according to geographical regions. Published by ANU Press, has sold over 13,000 copies. Reprinted seven times and still in print.
Including manuscript and notes for incomplete book cum PH D thesis, draft chapters and research material and one large file Ph D notes, articles.
Bound between cardboard sheets: Kiandra Feb to June 1919: Yan's Store docket book and publication Report on the Kiandra lead by E.C. Andrews, 1901. Published by Tabletop Press and reprinted once. Sold 4,800 copies and still in print.
The people book was published by Tabletop Press in 1994, has sold over 5,000 copies and been reprinted twice. Complementary oral history tapes and transcripts are held by Oral History Unit. Kiandra to Kossie manuscript 1987, Kiandra to Kossie correspondence 1985-1990, and Kiandra notes, articles, sources, etc.
Including family history, father's train jumping journey across Europe in 1932 and most of my big journeys. Contains much material, especially family history, not used in final book. Written for Hueneke and future generations of the tribe. See also Walter Hueneke's diaries. Published book: Tilting at Snowgums.
Printed 3000 and sold 1800 copies to date. Won several awards including best non-fiction NSW and ACT Writers Centres, highly commended Victorian Community History Awards.
Printed 2000 copies and sold 800 to date. Mainly a book of colour photos with some text and poetry.
Intended to be an improvement on 'One Step at a Time', more honest, bigger time frame, the story behind the story.
Mainly of his travels around Europe including an adventurous 12 month walking and train jumping journey down to Morocco in 1932. Documents (all in German) include a scrapbook of photos, postcards and brochures, a passport, membership to various organisations and several diaries, one of which I typed out and translated, and then used as the basis for a chapter in One Step at a Time.
Including over 30 significant letters from Huenke's self-educated grandfather Karl Hüneke written in the 1930s and 40s. Also a family tree and documents collected by Huenke in Germany in 1977 as well as interviews with Huenke's grandmother Gesine and mother Klara, etc. Some in German, some in English.