Guide to the Papers of Frank Hurley
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See also Series 4, Item 74 (Papua New Guinea diary, 1921).
Mawson Expedition. Typescript. 27cm. n.p.
Pamphlet - South Georgia - Weddell Sea, Frozen in - ships drift -, wreck of Endurance. Typescript bound with pamphlet The Imperial Trans? Antarctic Expedition. 26.4cm. n.p. Filmed on G 10,285
Drifting floe - Elephant Island - Relief. Typescript. 26.4cm. n.p. Filmed on G 10, 285
Return home through Chile and Argentine, Brazil and Spain - London - Return South Georgia, my stay South Georgia. Typescript with manuscript corrections. 26.4cm. n.p. Filmed on G 10,285
My diary, official War Photographer Commonwealth Military Forces, 21 August 1917 - 31 August 1918 (Item 5)
Flanders - France - London - Malta, Palestine - Egypt - London. Typescript with manuscript markings. 26.4cm. n.p.
Frank Hurley's diary, when on tour with the Shackleton Picture, 21 November 1919 - 20 January 1920 (Item 6)
Autograph manuscript. n.p.
George St. Sydney. Being account of a voyage to the Barrier Reef. The Torres Straits Islands and New Guinea. From 2 December 1920. Islands visited, Darnley, Murray, Mabuiag, Moa. Autograph manuscript with many alterations. 135pp. 2 December 1920 - 31 January 1921.
Being record of my experiences during a visit to the Torres Straits Islands and New Guinea, including an epitome of the pearling of Thursday Island. Autograph manuscript. 181pp...
From Kiaruka - to Ononge, and to Port Moresby. New Guinea. Autograph manuscript, bound vol., 84pp.
Concerning the passage up the Fly to our meeting with the natives of Lake Murray. Autograph manuscript signed, bound vol., 143pp.
Contains an amount of official correspondence to and from Frank Hurley. Autograph manuscript signed. 45pp.
Account by Ross Macpherson Smith of his 1919 flight entitled 'My first aerial voyage from London to Australia' (Item 14)
Autograph manuscript. 34pp, n.d. Contained in a notebook, together with notes for lecture-film evenings (written by Hurley), and 'Adventure films and the psychology of the audience', n.p.
Autograph rewritten from part of the diary kept on the British Australian and New Zealand Antarctic Expedition 1929 on which Frank Hurley was official photographer (Item 16)
Includes photographs. 52pp.
Contains photographs. 486pp. (16 November 1930 - 19 March 1931) . Autograph manuscript signed. Filmed on G 10, 285
7 August 1940 - 14 August 1940, 81pp. 8 September 1940 - 15 September 1940, 51pp. Autograph manuscript.
Commencing with campaign before Tobruk. Autograph manuscript with many alterations and corrections. n.p.
From 7 August 1940. Palestine - Egypt. Typescript. 40pp. Please note: pages 21-27 are missing.