National Library of Australia
View Catalogue Record
Partly available for research, partly permission required for research (Series 1 requires permission for research during the lifetimes of Andrew Green and Harriet Jungheim). Please also refer to the collection's catalogue record regarding the access conditions (http://nla.gov.au/nla.cat-vn2592184).
Copying and publishing of unpublished manuscript material is subject to copyright restrictions.For such material, written permission to publish must be obtained from the copyright holder(s).Copying of unpublished material for research purposes is permissible 50 years after the death of the creator of the material.
Items from this collection should be cited as '[Title or description of manuscript item], National Library of Australia, Papers of Frank Kellaway, [class number, box number and series and/or file number]'.
Please note: This finding aid may comprise or contain descriptive information provided by donors, researchers and/or volunteers.
Please note: each consignment in this collection has a separate box number sequence (i.e. there may be multiple Box 1s). Please cite the relevant Class number as well as the Box number when requesting retrieval of material from the collection.
Author. Kellaway was born in London, but grew up in Australia. His writings include short stories, novels, poems and opera libretti.
Comprises correspondence, journals, notebooks, drafts of poems, material on the Preston Institute of Technology Literature Workshop and miscellaneous papers. The correspondence is with family, friends, writers, academics, artists and publishers. Correspondents include Don Baker, Manning Clark, Hilary Cohen, Bruce Dawe, Barry Dowling, George Dreyfus, Geoffrey Dutton, Oliver Gasperini, R.T. Hammerly, Gwen Harwood, Gordon Hawkins, Jack Hibberd, A.D. Hope, Ken Inglis, Kate Kellaway, Mike Kellaway, Will Kellaway, Greg Kratzmann, Maria Lewitt, Mal Morgan, Stephen Murray-Smith, Rosemary Nissen, John Cowper Powys, Barrett Reid, Tony Riddell, Russel Ward, Judy Wharington and Judith Wright.
Contained in 22 boxes.
Further description of each folder of correspondence and each journal/notebook is given on a list prepared by Kellaway, a copy of which is included in Box 17, Folder 1.
Comprises correspondence, travel diary, poetry workbook, photographs, artworks, poems, posters and personal papers. Correspondents include Sharyn Munro, family members, Lorna Hay, Bob Hammerly and Judy Warrington, Don Baker, Suzanne Wilburne, Gasperini, David Collins and Ana Pollak.
Contained in 3 boxes.