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|Manuscript Name||Papers of Dorothy Green|
|Manuscript Number||MSS 020|
|Last Updated||August 2021|
|Extent||10.80 m. (93 boxes + 3 folios)|
|Location||Special Collections, UNSW Canberra|
|Abstract||The papers of Dorothy Green include correspondence, notes, research material, manuscript and typescript drafts, notebooks, newspaper cuttings and photographs. The collection documents a wide range of Green's works including poetry, biographies, criticisms and essays. The collection also includes some material collected and written by H.M. Green.|
The papers of Dorothy Green include correspondence, notes, research material, manuscript and typescript drafts, notebooks, newspaper cuttings and photographs. The collection documents a wide range of Green's works, including poetry, biographies, criticisms and essays.
Also included in this collection is material collected by H.M. Green including correspondence with Australian writers, publishers and literary organisations, research material, working notes, manuscript and typescript drafts and cuttings relating to his works and research.
Wikipedia article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dorothy_Auchterlonie_Green
Dorothy Auchterlonie Green was born in Sunderland, County Durham, England, on the 28th May 1915, and moved to Australia in 1927, at the age of twelve. After leaving school she taught at a small private school in Sydney, where the headmistress encouraged her to enrol at university. She attended the University of Sydney, where she took first-class honours and afterwards an M.A. in English.
In 1944 she married literary historian, critic and Sydney University Librarian H.M. Green. From 1942-1949, she worked as a reader, journalist, essayist, reviewer, broadcaster and news editor with the News Service of the ABC. From 1955 to 1960 she was co-principal of the Presbyterian Girls' College, Warwick, Queensland. She became the first woman lecturer at Monash University, lecturing in Australian, English and American literature (1961-1963). She then moved to Canberra and lectured in English and Australian Literature at the Australian National University (1964-1972), and the English Department, Royal Military College, Duntroon (1976-1980). On her retirement from teaching, she became an Honorary Visiting Fellow in the English Department at Duntroon, and then the Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra.
Green was an academic, a scholar, a critic, a writer and a poet, who contributed articles and reviews to almost all Australia's literary, cultural, and political journals and newspapers. Her contribution to Australian literature includes co-editorship of Hermes, three volumes of poetry, collections of critical essays, lectures, articles, reviews and biographies.
Green was the recipient of the Townsville Foundation for Australian Literary Studies Award, 1973 (winner), the FAW Barbara Ramsden Award for the Book of the Year, 1973 (joint winner). Her achievements were recognised throughout her long and distinguished career. In 1984 she was awarded the OAM and in 1988 an AO, in recognition of her services to Australian literature. In December 1987 she was awarded an honorary degree of Doctor of Letters from the University of New South Wales. She was an Honorary Life Member of the Association of Australian Literature, which honours her in the form of the annual Dorothy Green Lecture.
Green's published works include Kaleidoscope (1940), Fourteen minutes : short sketches of Australian poets and their work, from Harpur to the present day (by H.M. Green, new and revised edition; brought up to date by Dorothy Green, 1950), The dolphin (1967), Australian poetry (editor, 1968), Ulysses bound : Henry Handel Richardson and her fiction (1973), Something to someone (1983), The music of love (1984), History of Australian literature 1789-1950 (by H.M. Green, revised by D. Green, 1984-1985), Henry Handel Richardson and her fiction (new ed., 1986), The writer, the reader and the critic in a monoculture(1986), Imaging the real : Australian writing in the nuclear age (co-editor with David Headon, 1987), Descent of spirit : writings of E.L. Grant Watson (editor, 1990) and Writer, reader, critic (1991).
Dorothy Green died on the 21st February 1991.
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Papers of Dorothy Green, Special Collections, UNSW Canberra, Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra, Box [Number], Folder [Number].
The collection was acquired by the Library in several instalments from Dorothy Green from 1985-1990 and from her children Harriet Jungheim and Andrew Green from 1991-1997.
Further papers of Dorothy Green are held by the National Library in the Dorothy Green Papers, MS 5678, Henry M. Green Papers, MS 3925 and Harold Stewart Papers, MS 8973.
Australian literature, Australian authors
Dorothy Green 1915-1991
Henry Mackenzie Green 1881-1962
The Age, Angus & Robertson, Australian National University, Meanjin, National Library of Australia, Pamela Coward & Associates, Penguin, University of New South Wales, James Cook University.
This series comprises two subseries (1.1 and 1.2) of correspondence relating to Green's personal and professional life, spanning the years 1938-1991. Arrangement is alphabetical, then chronological by name of correspondent or company.
1.2 Professional correspondence, 1938-1989
Folders 28-52 comprises business correspondence to and from Dorothy Green. This material covers the period from 1938 to 1989, with the bulk of the material dated between the 1970s to 1990. Principal correspondents include The Age, Angus & Robertson, Australian National University, Geoffrey Dutton, Hermes, James Cook University, Meanjin, National Library of Australia, Pamela Coward & Associates, Penguin and the University of New South Wales. Arrangement is alphabetical, then chronological with attributions by Green.
Abrahm to Anglican, 1976-1988, n.d.
Angus & Robertson, 1963-1987, n.d.
Arena to Australian Society of Authors, 1945-1989, n.d.
Australian National University, 1966-1987, n.d.
B to C, 1963-1988
D, 1970-1987, n.d.
E to G, 1969-1987, n.d.
H, 1938-1989, n.d.
I, 1974-1988, n.d.
J, 1966-1989, n.d.
K to L, 1969-1987, n.d.
Ma to McP, 1969-1986, n.d
Meanjin, 1971-1986, n.d.
Me to Muse, 1968-1989, n.d.
N, 1963-1988, n.d.
O to P, 1971-1988, n.d.
Q to R, 1976-1988, n.d.
Correspondence relating to H.H. Richardson, 1969-1990
S, 1960-1987, n.d.
T to University of Newcastle, 1969-1985
University of New South Wales, 1976-1989
University of Poona to Ure Smith, 1960-1986
V to Z, 1975-1986, n.d.
This series comprises research material, working notes, manuscript and typescript drafts, for both published and unpublished literary works by Green.
Correspondence regarding development, editing and publication of this series is included in Series 1.
2.1 The dolphin (1967)
Annotated galley and reviews of The dolphin, published by the Australian National University Press, Canberra, 1967
2.2 Henry Handel Richardson, 1897-1986
Folders 2-15 comprises material collected and written by Green for her books, lectures, articles and Australian Dictionary of Biography entry on Henry Handel Richardson. Contained within this series is research material including working notes, notebooks, typed and handwritten source cards, photocopies of correspondence, drafts, songs, illustration details, photograph layouts, galley and illustration proofs and reviews for Ulysses bound : Henry Handel Richardson and her fiction, published by Australian National University Press, Canberra, 1973 and Henry Handel Richardson and her fiction, New edition, published by Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 1986.
Research comprising photocopies of articles and printed material
Eight notebooks containing drafts and notes
Photocopies of H.H.R.'s letters to Edna Purdie, 1933-1940 and photocopy of a letter from Nettie Palmer to Purdie, 30 July 1947
Five exercise books containing draft and notes, together with typed and handwritten source cards
Photocopy of The fisher lass, by Bjornstjerne Bjornson, 1913
Typescript photocopy of 'Richard Wagner as poet and thinker : ten lectures', by Professor J.G. Robertson, 1933
Photocopies of songs by Henry Handel Richardson, comprising German and English versions together with a handwritten list by Olga Roncoroni, 1897
Henry Handel Richardson and her fiction [1985-1986]
New edition typescript revisions and notes
Ulysses bound : Henry Handel Richardson and her fiction [1972-1973]
Illustration proofs, ANU Reader's report, Allen & Unwin photograph layouts and one unbound copy
Reviews, 1973-1974; H.H.R. lectures, 1985; four typescript drafts of 'Henry Handel Richardson : at home nowhere' and one photocopy of 'Power-games in the novels of Henry Handel Richardson'
Typescripts and correspondence for Henry Handel Richardson's entry in the Australian dictionary of biography, 1975-1987
Printed articles used for research, 1972-1989
Including Henry Handel Richardson, 1870-1946 : papers presented at a centenary seminar (1972); 'Influence of choice? Henry Handel Richardson's Maurice Guest and its relation to German culture' (1989) and correspondence from Film Australia, together with a film script entitled 'Henry', 1985 and 1987
Material relating to Chiltern
Including newsletters, leaflets, sale of land contract and newspaper clippings
2.3 A history of Australian literature [2nd ed.] (1984-1985)
Folders 17-28 comprises research material including working notes, notebooks, photocopies, printed material, manuscripts and typescripts of A history of Australian literature : pure and applied : a critical review of all forms of literature produced in Australia from the first books published after the arrival of the First Fleet until 1950, by H.M. Green; revised by Dorothy Green, [2nd ed.] in 2 volumes, published by Angus & Robertson, London; Sydney, 1984-1985. Folders 21-22 contain bibliographical records and correspondence for the proposed, but never completed third volume.
Manuscript research notes
Research notes, notebooks, printed material and photocopies, 1970s
Annotated typescript drafts of volume II
Foreword to the [2nd ed.]
One original and two photocopy typescript drafts annotated by Green
Bibliographical records and correspondence from Australian authors for the proposed but never completed volume 3, 1981-1982
First page proofs, 22 April 1982
First page proofs, 22 April 1982
Revised page proofs, batch 1, p. 1-280, 21 December 1983
Second revised page proofs, batch 2, p. 421-601, 17 January 1984
Second revised page proofs, batch 3, p. 602-917, 17 January 1984
First galley proof, 14 January 1981
2.4 The music of love (1984)
Corrected page proofs of The music of love, 16 January 1984, published by Penguin Books, Ringwood, Vic., 1984
This series comprises research material, working notes, manuscript and typescript drafts for academic lectures, book reviews, a book launch, obituaries, public lectures, readings, addresses, speeches and criticisms written and delivered by Green.
Correspondence regarding this series is included in Series 1.
3.1 Academic lectures, 1965-1988
This subseries, folders 1-10 comprises notes, notebooks, photocopies, manuscript and typescript drafts of lectures and tutorials given by Green, and examiner's reports of student manuscripts, dating from the 1965 to 1988. Arrangement of this series is alphabetical by subject, and then by university.
Belgrade to Durack
Gilmore to Murdoch
Neilsen to Stewart
Stone to Wentworth
Australian Defence Force Academy, 1976-1980
Australian National University, 1965-1983
3.2 Book reviews, 1965-1981
This subseries, folder 11-15 comprises manuscripts and typescripts drafts, photocopies and news clippings of book reviews written by Green between 1965 and 1981 for magazines and newspapers. This material is arranged alphabetically by author of the work reviewed.
Adorno, Australians : a historical library, Bradbrook, Dick, Dobson, Elliott & Jaffa, Gardner and Greer
Harris, Hassall, Healy and Hergenhan
Heseltine, Hope, Johnston, Kramer, Manifold and McCulloch
McFarlane, Moorehouse, Rorabacher, Scharr & Svartvik, Smith, Shapcott, Stewart and Stow
Tennant, Venturini, Walker & Jones, Wilkes, Bolton, Forbes, Gallagher, Coste, Keesing, Nelson and Stone
3.3 Book launch, obituaries, public lectures, readings, addresses and speeches, 1968-1991
This subseries, folders 16-21 comprises notes, manuscripts, typescripts and photocopies for conferences, obituaries, public lectures, radio broadcasts and interviews, readings and speeches written and delivered by Green at various scholarly conferences, public lectures and funerals. Arrangement of this series is alphabetical by title.
Manuscript and typescript drafts, 1975-1987
Including a transcript of a poetry reading dated 29 June 1975; 1981 Salamanca Arts Festival in Hobart; 'Conference on feminism and the humanities'; radio typescripts of ABC First Edition program entitled 'The German lesson', 1986, Radio National's Books and Writing program entitled 'Thomas Merton', 1982, ABC feature 'My brother's keeper : a study of Martin Boyd', ABC Radio 24 hours interview entitled 'An enormously dangerous adventure' and the 1987 book launch of Australian women writers : the literary heritage series
Manuscript and typescript drafts, 1981 and 1986
Including the 1981 Struga Poetry Evening and the 1986 Premier's Literary Awards address entitled 'Behind the glittering prizes'
Manuscript and typescript drafts of speeches, lectures and discussions, 1984-1985 and 1989
Including 'Being human in a technological age', 1984; the fifth Colin Simpson Annual Lecture entitled 'Colin Simpson's other legacy', 1985; discussion notes for the question 'Should the ACT have an independent education authority?' and the Feminist conference entitled 'How good are our readers?', 1989
Manuscript and typescript drafts of addresses, 1968-1990
Including the 1968 Narrabundah High School Eighth Annual Speech Night address; 1975 acceptance speech by Green for the Townsville Foundation for Australian Literary Studies Award to David Malouf; 1981 PEN Club of Sydney address entitled 'Fifty years of literature'; 24/10/1985 launch speech of the resurrected Hermes; Opening Address of the Conference on Directions in Australian Literary Criticism and Scholarship, published in Southerly, vol.50 no.3, September 1990, p.273-277; 1986 UNSW Arts II Graduation address entitled 'The omnipotence of senselessness? : education and politics' and obituaries for Janet Carden and Felicity Maclean
Manuscript and typescript drafts of a colloquium paper entitled 'Love and the thirteenth chapter of Corinthians', 1982
Manuscript and typescript drafts written in 1974 of a paper delivered at a seminar on religious thought and anti-religious thought in Australia entitled 'Sheep or goats? : some religious ideas in Australian literature', published in St Mark's Review, No. 86, 1976, p. 3-29
3.4 Criticisms, 1970s-1980s, n.d
This subseries, folders 22-32 comprises notes, manuscripts, typescripts, printed material and photocopies for published and unpublished criticisms by Green.
Manuscript and typescript drafts
Including 'Letters from a young poet'; 'Materfamilias'; 'No laughing matter'; 'Not Pollyanna'; 'The tradition of social responsibility in the Australian novel : Richardson and Furphy' and 'Where there is no vision'
Robert D. FitzGerald; untitled Harold Stewart article and Australian dictionary of biography entry on Zora Cross
Photocopy typescript of an unpublished article entitled 'Books and writers in Australia', revised November 1973
Including three annotated typescripts entitled 'Forster (and Deniehy and Lowe and Kendall)! would'st thou were living at this hour!'; notes and a photocopy of Midas (1884)
Including one handwritten and three typescripts entitled 'William Forster and the drama of ideas', written and delivered by Green at the 'The lost weekend : four Australian plays from 1870 to 1930', State Theatre Company of South Australia, July 6-7 1985 and photocopies of The brothers, The weirwolf and The lap of the gods
Charles Harpur, 1987
Including notes, research material, correspondence and typescript of the foreword written by Green for Stalwart the bushranger : with The tragedy of Donohoe, edited by Elizabeth Perkins, published by Currency Press in association with Australasian Drama Studies, St. Lucia, Paddington, N.S.W, 1987
Christina Stead, 1968, 1983, 1986
Including two typescripts of 'Chaos, or a dancing star? : Christina Stead's seven poor men of Sydney', by Green, published in Meanjin quarterly, vol.27 1968, p.150-161; correspondence and photocopies of two articles by Anita Segerberg entitled 'A fiction of sisters : Christina Stead's Letty Fox' and 'Getting started : the emergence of Christina Stead's early fiction'; correspondence and a photocopy typescript by Christine Williams of the synopsis for 'Christina Stead : nature and image', 8 September 1986 and photocopies of three articles on Christina Stead published in Meridian, May and October 1983 entitled 'Christina Stead : the Nietzsche connection', by Rebecca Baker, 'Heaven and hell in the Man who loved children', by Ken Stewart and 'Language, art and ideas in The man who loved children', by Shirley Walker
Including correspondence, notes and an annotated computer printout of Patrick White speaks, edited by Paul Brennan and Christine Flynn; notes, research material, newsclippings, handwritten and typescript drafts of essays, unpublished and published book reviews and lectures
Including notes, research material, handwritten and typescript drafts of articles, lectures and seminar papers
Including notes, research material, handwritten and typescript drafts of articles, lectures and seminar papers
This subseries, folders 33-35 comprises source card indexes, notes and newsclippings.
Notes on Australian authors
Source card indexes containing notes on authors and literature
Miscellaneous handwritten and typescript notes and source card indexes
This series comprises typescripts and photocopies of poems, essays and articles collected by Green, and copies of works sent to her for editorial comments. Writers include Alex Carey, S.I. Benn, A.D. Hope and Harold Stewart.
Folders 18-24 comprises copies of Harold Stewart's manuscripts sent to Dorothy Green for editing. Correspondence is located in Series 1, folders 19-20.
Works by Ackroyd, Albertson, Baggesen, Barron and Barwick, 1980s-1990
Works by S.I. Benn, [1985?]
Works by Boyden, Brissenden, Brunton and Burns, [1980s]
Works by Carey, Connell, Covell and one item entitled 'Culture and history', [1970s-1980s]
Works by Davenport, d'Espagnat, Rosemary Dobson together with correspondence and typescript poems, Donaldson, Dowse, Eagleton, Edgeworth, Fairlie, Fitzgerald, Galvin and Gilbert, [1970s-1980s]
Drama by Ted Egan entitled 'Which way allabout', [1970s]
Works by Hackett, Hancock, Healy, Hobsbawm, Hutton & Cocks, Inglis, Jay, Jacka and Johns, [1969-1979]
Works by Kermode, Kotze, Langmore, Lawson and Lowenthal, [1970s-1990]
A.D. Hope, 1945-1970
Including handwritten, typescript and carbon typescript drafts of A.D. Hope's published and unpublished works:
Published booklet entitled The structure of verse and prose
Carbon typescript of 'Conversation with Calliope', 1961
Bound annotated carbon typescript dated 6/3/1945 of The wandering islands, published by Edwards & Shaw, Sydney, NSW, 1955, together with a photocopy typescript of Alex Comfort's review
Uncorrected proofs dated 26/8/1970 of Dunciad minor : an heroick poem, published by Melbourne University Press, Carlton, Vic, 1970
Annotated carbon typescript draft of 'Dunciad minimus : an heroic poem', Melbourne, 1950, with the note profusely annotated by A.A.P. and A.P. (A.A. Phillips and A. Philips)
Annotated typescript of a talk entitled 'The Australian scene : literature and drama', 25 May
Carbon typescript entitled 'Six songs for Chloe', 1968-1969
Manuscript of 'Notes on the Elizabethan drama' and 'A jubilate for the late council', Rome 1965
Carbon typescripts of published poetry and miscellaneous notes, copies of ANU lectures and newspaper clippings
Works by Mackay, Mackenzie, Mautner, McHarg, McIlvanney and McQueen, [1970s-1989]
Bound typescript of James MacQuarie's 'The aluminium god'
Photocopy typescript of Meanjin quarterly index, 1966-1976, compiled by Suzanne Ridley, published by Meanjin Company, Melbourne, 1983
Meanjin quarterly, 1958-1984
Including miscellaneous articles, notes and newspaper cuttings
Works by McKinley, Morse, Murphy, Nelson, miscellaneous articles from The New Yorker and Nursey-Bray, [1970s-1980s]
Works by Pike, and Pitter, 1956-1957, 1978
Works by Ridley, Roe, Schiller, Smee, Smith and one item entitled 'The Spanish influenza pandemic in Australia 1918-19', 1969-1986
Works by Taylor, Torre, Wace, Watkins, Wright and Zimmermann, 1921-1986
Works by Harold Stewart, 1943-1956
Including one signed carbon typescript, December 1946-December 1948 and one fragment carbon typescript, p. 1-24 of 'Orpheus'
Carbon typescript of 'A flight of wild geese' from 'Landscape-roll' sequence published in Orpheus and other poems, by Angus & Robertson, Sydney, 1956, together with one original and one carbon typescript draft dedicated to H.M. Green from Harold Stewart, October 1943 of 'Selected poems'
Works by Harold Stewart
Signed photocopy typescript with prose notes, p. 1-105 of 'Over the vermilion bridge', 350 haiku by Ho-o, English couplets by Harold Stewart
Works by Harold Stewart, 1963-1980
Including corrected carbon and photocopy typescript of The exiled immortal : a song-cycle, published by Brindabella Press, Canberra 1980
Works by Harold Stewart, 1973
Including photocopy of one typescript marked master copy of vol. 1 'New phoenix wings : poems on oriental themes', January 1973, p. 1-78
Carbon typescript marked master copy of vol. 2 'New phoenix wings : poems on occidental themes', January 1973, p. 1-52
Works by Harold Stewart, 1974-1981
Including 'Autumn landscape-roll': photocopies of typescripts containing skeleton notes, notes for coda, skeleton notes to the five 'Extinguishment of hell' cantos, skeleton notes for Shan-Tao's 'Vision of the pure land', key to Chinese names, synoptic scenario for the final sequence, 'Proem : the painting contest' sequence with prose notes, p. 1-30, with a letter to Dorothy Green from Stewart
Scene three 'Wu enters the Pagoda', notes 1045-1220, prose notes, work in progress, p. 1-41
Final version ready for publication (note: these scenes follow immediately after 'A flight of wild geese')
Works by Harold Stewart, 1974-1981
By the old walls of Kyoto : a year's cycle of landscape poems, published by Weatherhill, New York, 1981. Sequence consisting of twelve poems with prose commentaries on their cultural and religious significance. These seasonal poems celebrate the ancient sites of the city of Kyoto:
Includes typescript, carbon and photocopy typescript drafts, together with prose commentaries
Table of contents
Revised and expanded versions of verses 1-12
Devices for integration of the series
Skeleton key to the Leit-motiven
Used and rejected poems
Works by Harold Stewart, 1974-1981
By the old walls of Kyoto : a year's cycle of landscape poems:
Supporting correspondence and notes to Dorothy Green
One photocopy typescript dedicated to Dorothy Green, August 1974
Fragments with various page numberings with Green's handwritten notes and editing comments
Nellie Melba, Ginger Meggs and friends : essays in Australian cultural history, edited by Susan Dermody, John Docker, Drusilla Modjeska, published by Kibble Books, Malmsbury, Vic, 1982
Typescript photocopies of essays including Green's contribution, 1981-1982
This series comprises notes, photocopies, manuscripts, typescripts and printed material collected by Green on various subjects including Aborigines, Association for the Study of Australian Literature, Australians for an Ecological Sustainable Population, feminism, peace movements and nuclear disarmament.
Printed material relating to Aborigines and Aboriginal causes, 1955-1987
Printed material relating to the Association for the Study of Australian Literature minutes, 1982, conference program and some abstracts, circulars and newsletters; the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association and Australasian Universities Modern Language Association circulars and newsletters and book launches, [ca. 1980s]
Australians for an Ecological Sustainable Population circulars and newsletters, 1989-1990
Printed material relating to Australian publishing, [ca. 1950s-1980s]
Papers of 'The book under challenge' seminar, 9-12 November 1972
Printed material and photocopies of typescripts relating to David Campbell, including papers of the 1985 seminar, 1979-1985
Printed material relating to Canberra Fellowship of Australian Writers minutes of meeting and circulars, 1975; two pencil drawings of Clem Christesen; Environment and conservation and Espionage and censorship [ca. 1950-1989]
Printed material and notes by Green on feminism, 1976-1989
Printed material relating to health issues, 1962-1990
Photocopies of selected articles from the 1938 Michaelmas Term of Hermes : an undergraduate's magazine and printed material relating to Israel; libraries and moral standards, 1938-1986
Dance, ballet, musical prrogrammes
Music, cinema and theatre programmes, [ca. 1960s-1980s]
Peace movement and nuclear disarmament, 1974-1990
Including typescripts and handwritten drafts, notes, questionnaire, newsletters, newsclippings, printed publications, correspondence, minutes and articles
Philosophy and religion, 1935-1987
Including notes and a fragment typescript on Harold Stewart, printed material, newsclippings and photocopies of articles
Travel including maps and printed material
Selected papers of the Proceedings of Section D of the 12th Pacific Science Congress, Canberra, 18-29 August 1971
Printed reports and source card indexes relating to education, [ca. 1970s-1980s]
The Presbyterian Girls' College, Warwick, 1957-1961
Green was co-principal from 1957-1960. The papers include newsclippings, school tablets, news sheets of the past students, minutes of annual meetings and copies of Miss Thistle : the magazine of the Presbyterian Girls College, Warwick, Vol. 40, no. 1, Nov. 1957 x 2, and Thistledown, No. 1, Jun. 1960 x 2; No. 2, Nov. 1960 and Nov. 1961
This series comprises personal and family papers including essays written by Green and a pressed flower book by her son Andrew.
Dorothy Green's undergraduate and external student essays, 1936-1958
Family papers, 1940-1988
Including Green's passport, language exercises, receipts, cheque book stub, handmade bookmark, coloured drawing and pencil sketches
Pressed flower project book by Andrew Green
This series has been divided into three subseries comprising folders 1-190, which contain an extensive collection of press clippings covering Australian literature, society and general subjects, including clippings on Australian authors and institutions collected by Green between ca. 1960-1989.
7.1 Series A Literary subjects
This subseries, folders 1-77 comprises Green's series A press clippings on Australian authors and literary subjects. Arrangement of this series is alphabetical by author or subject.
Aboriginal writers, Philip Adams and Robert Adamson
Adelaide Festival, 1978 and The Age 'Tabloid Story competition'
Don Aitkin, Timoshenko Alslanides and Jessica Anderson
John Anderson, Angus and Robertson and Anthologies--prose
Anthologies--poetry, Keith Antill, Alan Ashbolt and the Association for the study of Australian Literature
Thea Astley, Australian Book Review and the Australia Council
Australian Dictionary of Biography and Australian literature--general
Australian literature--foreign views, Australian periodicals and Authors--payments, royalties, fees, income, etc
Murray Bail, Balmain Push and Marjorie Barnard
Marnie Bassett, Weston Bate, Eric Beach and C.E.W. Bean
Jack Beasley, Bruce Beaver, Louis Becke, Randolph Becke and Marshall Berman
Bi-centenary, Lennard Bickel, Geoffrey Blainey and John Blight
Book case and Book shops
Book Watch, Martin Boyd and Christopher Brennan
R.F. Brissenden and Vincent Buckley
Bulletin, Wilfred Burchett, D.R. Burns and Alexander Buzo
Mena Calthorpe, David Campbell, Leon Cantrell, Raffaelo Carboni and Peter Carey
Cartoons and Nancy Cato
Celeste Chabrillan, Children's literature, Laurie Clancy and Manning Clark
Charmian Clift, Colonial poets and Comics
Ivy Compton-Burnett, Convict literature, Kenneth Cook, H.C. Coombs, J.M. Couper and Peter Cowan
Blanche D'Alpuget, Eleanor Dark and Bruce Dawe
David Denholm, C.J. Dennis, J. Devanney and William Dick
Isak Dinesen, Joyce Dingwell and Drama
Michael Dransfield, Robert Drew and Maurice Dunlevy
Mary Durack, Geoffrey Dutton, Robin Easkin, Economics and Anne Elder
M. Eldershaw Barnard, Sumner Locke Elliott, Brian Elliott, Ralph Elliott, John Emery and Encyclopaedia
English literature and Louis Esson
A.B. Facey, Beverley Farmer, Fiction, Alan Fitzgerald, Kathleen Fitzpatrick, David Foster and Janet Frame
Miles Franklin, Helen Garner, Ross Gibson, Kevin Gilbert and Mary Gilmore
Merle Glasson, Adam Lindsay Gordon, Alan Gould, Bruce Grant, Robert Gray, Cliff Green and Germaine Greer
Helen Haenke, Richard Haese, Rodney Hall, Keith Hancock, Barbara Hanrahan, Geoffrey Harcourt, Lee Harding, Frank Hardy, Charles Harpur and Stewart Harris
Les Harrop, Harvard Foundation, Alexandra Hasluck and Nicholas Hasluck
Xavier Herbert, Hermes, John Hetherington and Dorothy Hewett
Hope Hewitt, Sir Lenox Hewitt, Jack Hibberd and Barry Hill
John Hinde and Historians
A.D. Hope and Donald Horne
Robert Hughes, Barry Humphries and the I.A.C. Report on Culture
David Ireland, Margaret Irvine and Clive James
Barbara Jefferies, Dorothy Johnston, Martin Johnston, Elizabeth Jolley, Rae Desmond Jones, Nicholas Jose and Manfred Jurgensen
Louis Kahan, Nancy Keesing, Antigone Kefala, Thomas Keneally, Peter Kenna, Brian Kiernan and Christopher Koch
Peter Kocan, Leonie Kramer, Milan Kundera, J.A. La Nauze and William Lane
Language and Law
D.H. Lawrence and Henry and Louisa Lawson
Christopher Lee, Geoffrey Lehmann, Ludwig Leichhardt and Doris Lessing
Joan Lindsay, Norman Lindsay, Literature criticism--fiction and Literature prizes--general
Literature Board, Literature grants, Miles Little and Little magazines
James McAuley, Roger McDonald, Craig McGregor and Kenneth McIntyre
Dorothea Mackellar, Kenneth McKenzie, Ronald McKie, Frank McMahon and Humphrey and Judy McQueen
James McQueen, David Malouf and W.F. Mandle
John and Bill Manifold, Doris Manners-Sutton, Frederick Manning, Gabriel Garcia Marguez, David Marr, David Marshall, William Leonard Marshall, David Martin and Jim Marwood
Olga Masters, Peter Mathers, Margaret Mead, Phillip Mead and Meanjin
Migrant literature, Mitchell Library, Sydney, Ian Moffitt and Montsalvat
T. Inglis Moore, Alan Moorehead, Frank Moorhouse, Harry Morant, Tony Morphett, John Morrison, Sally Morrison, Iris Murdoch and Walter Murdoch
Gerald Murname, Les A. Murray, National Anthem, National Library, Phillip Neilsen, John Shaw Neilson and New Writers
New Zealand writing, Louis Nowra, Barry Oakley, Mark O'Connor, George Orwell and Ida Outhwaite
Overseas writers, The Oxford companion to Australian literature, Oxford University Press, Oz and Geoff Page
Vance Palmer, Ruth Park, Katie Langloh Parker, A.B. Paterson, A.A. Phillips, Pio and Playwrights' Conference
PLR, Poetics--metre, etc., Poetry--anthologies and Poetry--general
Poets in Private, Politics--Australian writings, Hal Porter and K.S. Pritchard
Bill Reed, Alan Renouf, H.H. Richardson, Rohan Rivett, Nigel Roberts, Roland Robinson, Judith Rodriguez and Eric Rolls
John Romeril, David Rowbotham, J.R. Rowland, Robyn Rowland, Andrei Sakharov, Science Fiction, Scripsi, Paul De Serville and Thomas Shapcott
Robin Sheiner, Short stories, R.A. Simpson, M.L. Skinner and Kenneth Slessor
Bernard Smith, Graeme Kinross Smith, Smith's weekly, Alexander Solzhenitsyn and O.H.K. Spate
Catherine Spence, Leone Sperling, W.E.H. Stanner, Christina Stead, N.D. Stenhouse, A.G. Stephens, P.R. Stephensen, Stewart, Douglas, Dal Stivens and Randolph Stow
Jennifer Strauss, Theodore Strehlow, Symbolism, Colin Talbot, The Tasmanian review, Andrew Taylor, Kylie Tennant, Angela Thirkell, John Thompson and Richard Tipping
Theatre, Glen Tomasetti and Translation
John Tranter, Dimitres Tsaloumas, Ethel Turner, George Turner and Ian Turner
Vagabond, 1843-1896, Viking Press, David Walker, Judith Wallace, Chris Wallace-Crabbe, Waltzing Matilda and Russell Ward
Judah Waten, Morris West, Judy White, Michael Wilding and G.A. Wilkes
David Williamson, Edmund Wilson, Helen Wilson, Gerard Windsor, B. Wongar, Judith Wright and Writers-in-residence
7.2 Series B Social background
This subseries, folders 78-176 comprises Green's series B press clippings on social background. Arrangement of this series is alphabetical by subject or author.
A.B.C., Abortion and Advertising
Afghanistan, Agent Orange, Alcohol and Alternative Society
Alvarez, Antarctica, Anzac Day march by Women Against Rape in War, Anzacs and Anzus
Apartheid, Archaeology and architecture
Art and Artists
Asia, ASIS, astronomy, Atlantis, Australian Archives, Australia--history and A.I.F. history
Saul Bellow, Bicentenary, Bicycles, Blasphemy, Books--tax, Brain and Brandt Commission
Cancer, Catholic Church and censorship on books
Azaria Chamberlain, Charlie Chaplin and Chemical weapons
Child labour, Chimpanzees, China and Caroline Chisholm
Christ, Christmas, CIA and Australia, 1982 and City living
Computers, Constitution and the Commonwealth, Contraception and CSIRO
Dance, Rodney Davidson, Defamation, Diet and The dissenting academy, edited by Theodore Roszak
Defence and foreign policy
Drought, Drugs, Don Dunstan and Duntroon
Earthquakes, East Timor, E.E.C. and Elections
Electoral reform and Environment
Etiquette, Famine, Fascism, Federalism and Fiji
Films and Foreign ownership
Malcolm Fraser and Freedom of Information
John Kenneth Galbraith, Gardening and Genetic engineering
Great Barrier Reef
Handicapped children and Bob Hawke
Herbicides, History and Honorary degrees
Housing, Human rights and Hunger
Identity cards, Incomes, Indonesia, Inflation and Ireland
Iran, Irradiation, Israel, Lyndon B. Johnson and Alexander Kerensky
Sir John Kerr
Henry Kissinger, Korea, Labour, Labour history and Labour party
Language and Law
Law of the sea, Liberal Party, Libya, Light houses, Literacy and Lobbyists
Marriage and divorce and Sir Robert Menzies
Metric system, Middle East, Migrants, Mining and Miscellaneous
Multiculturalism, Lionel Murphy and the MX missile
Vladimir Nabokov, Ralph Nader, Narcissism, National service and Negroes
Nepal and Neutrality for Australia
New guard, New Guinea, Neutron bomb, Ockers, Old age and Olympic games
Orientalists, Overseas aid, New Parliament House and Peace movements
Pensioners, Petrol, Petrov and Philippines
Philosophy, Political freedom and Population
Postage, Poverty and Prisoners and prisons
Privacy, Racism, Reprints and republicanism
Real estate, Republic of Australia, Research--suppression, Resources, Royalty, Russian Revolution and Salesmanship
Saudi Arabia, Schools and Science
Ian Sinclair, Smoking, Soil erosion, South Africa and South America
Solar power and South Pacific
Space research, Suez and Tax avoidance
Technology and technological change, Terrorism, Tramps, Transactional analysis and Transport
Travel, Treasury, Tri-service Academy and Trusting the scientists
Unions and United Nations
Vice Regal, Victoria and Vietnam
Vietnam--role of fear and Water
War and peace
Who owns Australia
Williamsburg Conference, World Council of Churches, Youth and Zimbabwe
Women in society
This subseries, folders 177-190 comprises Green's miscellaneous unsorted press cuttings.
This series comprises two subseries containing correspondence with Australian writers, publishers and literary organisations, research material, working notes, manuscript and typescript drafts and cuttings relating to Green's works and research.
8.1 H.M. Green's miscellaneous writings and correspondence, 1918-1962
This subseries, folders 1-11 comprises notebooks, manuscript and typescript drafts and correspondence relating to unpublished and published works by H.M. Green including A history of Australian literature, short stories and journal articles. This material covers the period from 1918 to 1962.
Folders 3-7 comprises research notes, manuscript and typescript drafts of an unfinished work by H.M. Green with two working titles 'A new outline of Australian literature' and 'A short history of Australian literature'.
Folders 10-11 comprises a small collection of business correspondence to H.M. Green. This correspondence was removed from the 'Cuttings file' by Dorothy Green. Correspondents include William Baylebridge, C.E.W. Bean, John Le Gay Brereton, Sir Mungo MacCallum, Clem Christesen, J.M. Dent, Dorethea Mackellar, Nettie Palmer, Sir John Quick, P.R. Stephensen, Walter Stone, Sir Archibald Strong, and Frank Wilmot, spanning the years 1927-1962. Arrangement is alphabetical by author.
'The raid', by H.G. Mackenzie
Newspaper clippings cut and pasted into one foolscap exercise book published in serialised form in the Daily Telegraph, 1918
Seven notebooks for A history of Australian literature, published by Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1961 in 2 volumes
Handwritten notes on Australian authors and books and copies of 'Australian literature summaries' published in Southerly, 1938-1949
Annotated typescript and handwritten draft fragment
Four annotated typescript and carbon drafts of chapter 1, 1789-1850
Four annotated typescript and carbon drafts of chapter 2, 1850-1890
Unfinished synopsis notes of periods 1-3, and one annotated typescript, of the Third period, chapter 3, 1890-1920
Journal articles and readings
Including copies of journal articles and readings by Green entitled 'An Australian in Paris', 'Australian writers', 'Australian literature to-day', 'The development of Australian literature' (2), 'What is Australian literature?', 'What is our literature?', 'More Australian love poems' and 'Australian satiric poems'; a copy of 'Archives and manuscripts,' LAA, Dec. 1956 and a copy of 'On Australian literature, 1788-1938', by C. Hartley Grattan
Alphabetical book catalogue of H.M. Green's correspondence, compiled by Dorothy Green
Business correspondence to H.M. Green from the 'Cutting file', 1929-1937
Business correspondence to H.M. Green from the 'Cutting file', 1927-1962
8.2 H.M. Green's Australian literature press cuttings, 1927-1962
This subseries, folders 12-184 comprises H.M. Green's Australian literature press cuttings including clippings, biographical questionnaires containing information on Australian authors and their publications, correspondence and handwritten and typescript notes from his 'Cuttings file', spanning the years 1927-1962. Arrangement is alphabetical by author or subject.
J.H.M. Abbott, A.H. Adams, F.W.L. Adams and Max Afford
James Aldridge, L.H. Allen and Ethel Anderson
Angry Penguins, William Astley and E.J.R. Atkinson
Dorothy Auchterlonie, Marcel Aurousseau and Australian characters
Lex Banning, Daisy Bates and F.E. Baume
William Baylebridge, A.A.D. Bayldon and Barbara Baynton
Louis Becke, Randolph Bedford, G.S. Beeby, Richard Beynon and Maurice Biggs
Winifred Birkett, Peter Bladen, Dorothy Blewitt and Godfrey Blunden
Barcroft Boake, Capel Boake and Rolf Boldrewood
James Bonwick, Book of beauty, H.E. Boote and J.P. Bourke
M.A.B. Boyd, F.J. Blight and E.J. Brady
Brent of Bin Bin
John le Gay Brereton, M.G. Bruce and Vincent Buckley
F.S. Burnell, Bush ballads and Wilfred C. Busse
Hubert Church, Donovan Clark and Marcus Clarke
Roy Connolly, Copyright and Anthologies, Dorothy Cottrell and Peter Cowan
Coast to Coast
Gavin S. Casey, Nancy Cato, Irene Cheyne and Clem Christesen
Boyd Cable, K.M. Caffyn, Ada Cambridge, Charles Campbell, Jean Campbell and G.J. Carmichael
David Campbell, Sarah Campion and Canadian literature
Jon Cleary and R.S. Close
C.F. Cobb, Dale Collins, competitions and Kevin Collopy
Erle Cox, Robert Crawford, Vivian Crockett and Bernard Cronin
Dymphna Cusack and James Florence
Victor Daley, G.L. Dann and Shirley Darbyshire
Eleanor Dark and J.B. Dalley
Arthur Davies, Norma David and A.H. Davis
Dulcie Deamer, C.J. Deamer and Albert Dorrington
Frank Dalby Davison
D.H. Deniehy, Enid Derham and James Devany
Jean Devanny and Rosemary Dobson
Henrietta and Geoffrey Drake-Brockman and Mary and Elizabeth Durack
Geoffrey Dutton, Edward Dyson, Will Dyson and James Edmond
Don Edwards, A.P. Elkin, Brian Elliott and Sumner Locke Elliott
M. Barnard Eldershaw
Velia Ercole and Louis Esson
G.E. Evans and J.K. Ewers
Lance Fallaw, F.Rhodes Farmer, John Farrell, Barron Field, S.G. Fielding and Mary Finnin
Lala Fisher and R.D. FitzGerald
Christian Folkard, Mary Hannay Foott, E.M. Ford and Mabel Forrest
Arthur Gask, Mary Gaunt, William Gay and Leon Gellert
Robert Gibbings, G.H. Gibson and Mary Gilmore
Lawson Glassop, W.T. Goodge and Adam Lindsay Gordon
Jim Grahame, Paul L. Grano, C. Hartley Grattan and Kay Grant
Maysie Greig, Beatrice Grimshaw, Arthur Groom, M.M. Grover and Aeneas Gunn
Cecil Hadgraft, J.M. Harcourt and J.J. Hardie
A.G. Hales, Beryl Halinburg, Frank Hardy, Lesbia Harford and William Edward Harney
Alexander Harris, Amy Harrison and Max Harris
William Gosse Hay
Leslie Haylen, James Hebblethwaite, Thomas, Lucy and Helen Heney, Grant Hervey and John Hetherington
Ernestine Hill and William Hatfield
William Hart-Smith, Gertrude Hart, Frederic Hibble and Bertram Higgins
Charles Higham, Edgar Holt, A.D. Hope and Peter and Olive Hopegood
E.W. Hornung, J.R. Houlding, Frederick Howard and R.G. Howarth
William Howitt, Flexmore Hudson, Fergus Hume and T.A.G. Hungerford
Ion L. Idriess
Rex Ingamells and Eric Irvin
Barbara Jefferies, Walter Jeffery, R.G. Jennings, Sydney Jephcott, Helen Jerome and George Johnston
D.E. Jones, Frederic Wood Jones, Humfrey Jordan. A.W. Jose and C.R. Jury
Louis Kaye, Nancy Keesing, Mary Kelaher and H.A. Kellow
James Kennedy, Victor Kennedy, Alister Kershaw and Henry Kingsley
Hattie Knight, Marion Miller Knowles, Elizabeth Lambert and Eric Lambert
H.G. Lamond and G.B. Lancaster
John Lang, Mary Lang and Louis Lavater
Louisa Lawson, Will Lawson and Muriel Lewis
Jane Lindsay and Jessie Litchfield
Jane Laker and Eve Langley
Literature--characteristics and criticism
Literature--essays and ideas
Literature--war verse and Sydney Loch
Hilary Lofting and Margaret Fane, Eric Lowe and Robert Lowe
Frederick T.Macartney and J.P. McAuley
George Gordon McCrae, Donald Macdonald, Nancy McDonald and Louise Mack
Dorothea Mackellar, J.A.R McKellar, Keith Collingwood, J.P. McKinney and Charles MacLaurin
Lex McLennan, H.J. McNamara, Alan and David McNicoll and Kenneth Mackenzie
Jack McLaren, John Manifold and Cecil Mann
Leonard Mann, Alan Marshall and A.P. Martin
Mrs Frederick Martin, mateship, Ray Mathew and Harley Matthews
Ian R. Maxwell, Joseph Maxwell and Meanjin
Leslie Meller, Harold Mercer, J.L. Michael and A.D. Mickle
Peter Miles and Morris Miller
Miscellaneous Australian literary history
Elyne Mitchell and Mary Mitchell
Ernest G. Moll, Harry Morant and Myra Morris
John Morrison, W.A. Morrison, Edgar Morrow and Frank Morton
Ian Mudie, A.M. Mullins and Nina Murdoch
Walter Murdoch, E.G. Murphy, Simpson Newland and John O'Brien
Bernard O'Dowd, J.L. O'Dwyer and Ernest O'Ferrall
Will Ogilvie, John O'Grady and J.B. O'Hara
Old Bush and Aboriginal songs
Shawn O'Leary, H.J. Oliver, Dowell O'Rielly, John Boyle O'Rielly and W.A. Osborne
Criticisms of An outline of Australian literature, by H.M. Green
Vance and Nettie Palmer
Ruth Park and D'Arcy Niland, Leslie Parker and Eric Partridge
Ethel Pedley and Brian Penton
Period I: Aborigines, Bligh and the Rum Rebellion, Macarthur, convicts and emancipists, culture, earliest days, governors and social and moral
Period II: Bushrangers and Gold; Period III: Life and Period IV: General
A.A. Phillips, James Picot, Marie Pitt and James Pollard
R.S. Porteous, Charles Porter, Hal Porter, Elizabeth Powell and William Longford Power
Mrs Campbell Praed, Ambrose Pratt and Presses and Publishers
Katherine Susannah Prichard
H.W. Pryce, Doreen Kathleen Puckridge, Lilian Pyke, Quadrant, John Quinn, Kenneth Quinn and Roderic Quinn
Ralph Rashleigh and Tarlton Rayment
Leslie Rees, Rosemary Rees and Kate Rickety [Ricketty]
Henry Handel Richardson
Elizabeth Riddell, H.E. Rieman, M.A. Robertson and Les Robinson
Michael Massey Robinson, Roland Robinson, William Rock and Alice Grant Rosman
Thomas Ronan, Betty Roland and Esther Roland
David Rowbotham, Olaf Ruhen and Scenery
E.O. Schlunke, Lionel Shave, Charles Shaw and Winifred Shaw
Catherine Shepherd and Helen Simpson
Mary Simpson, R.A. Simpson, Mary Louisa Skinner and Mervyn Skipper
Frank Penn-Smith, Vivian Smith, E.S. Sorenson and C.H. Souter
Southerly, South African Literature, C.H. Spence, T.E. Spencer and Nathan Spielvogel
A.G. Stephens, Brunton Stephens, P.R. Stephensen and Bertram Stevens
Douglas Stewart and Harold Stewart
John Innes Mackintosh Stewart, Dal Stivens and Randolph Stow
Allan Strawbridge, Archibald Strong, Donald Stuart and Louis Stone
'Sydney morning herald literary competitions,' 1946-1957
'Tasma', Robert Desmond Tate, Kay G. Taylor, Philip Walker and Watkin Tench
Colin Thiele, Julian Thomas, Vernon Thomas, John Thompson, Michael Thwaites and Ian Tilbrook
E.V. Timms and Sydney Tomholt
Charles Tompson, L.A. Triebel and J.B. Trinick
Margaret Trist, John Truran, Clive Turnbull and G.M. Turnbull
Alexander Turner, Ethel and Lilian Turner, Val Vallis and Mary Theresa Vidal
Visitors, Stefan Von Kotze and Brian Vrepont
Frank Walford, Chris Wallace-Crabbe, John Wand and Judah Waten
E.L. Watson, Francis Webb and Ernest Wells
Harold C. Wells, William Charles Wentworth, Paul Wenz, Arthur Wheen, Dora Wilcox, Vernon Williams and Frank S. Williamson
Hardy Wilson, David Wright McKee and Judith Wright
Frank Wilmot and A.E. Yarra
This small series comprises two audio cassettes.
Dorothy Green poetry reading, University House, ANU 29 June 1975 (transcript in series 3.3, folder 16)
'Memorial Programme for Dorothy Green', speakers: Anne Edgeworth, Elizabeth Perkins, Humphrey McQueen and David Headon, 1991, donated by Anne Edgeworth
This series comprises colour and black and white photographs and negatives relating to Green's 1973 and 1983 publication of Henry Handel Richardson and her fiction, together with photographs of Green, her family, colleagues and friends.
Photographs used by Green for Ulysses bound : Henry Handel Richardson and her fiction, 1973 and Henry Handel Richardson and her fiction, 1986 and a small selection of personal photographs
Including the Grape vine, planted in 1867 at the Grape Vine Hotel, Chiltern, Grape Vine Hotel where Richard Mahoney first practised (3), Chiltern Theatre attached to the Grape Vine Hotel, Henry Handel Richardson's old home, Public Library, view of street from Chiltern Theatre, Chiltern Post Office, Brann's store, examples of unnamed period homes, Bank of New South Wales, Public baths, Chiltern Self Service, Hughie Smyth's Telegraph Hotel, Henry Handel Richardson's old house, Henry Handel Richardson portrait painted by Rupert Bunny used for the frontispiece (courtesy NLA), Ethel Florence Lindesay Richardson, at 10 months, p. vi (courtesy Margaret (M.C.)), Henry Handel Richardson at 2, p. vi (courtesy M.C.), Henry Handel Richardson at 2 or 3, p. vi (courtesy M.C.), Lilian and Henry Handel Richardson at 14 or 15, p. x (courtesy M.C.), Henry Handel Richardson at 17 or 18, p. xiv (courtesy M.C.), Elizabeth Bailey, Henry Handel Richardson's grandmother, p. 13 (courtesy M.C.), Dr Walter Lindesay Richardson, c. 1870, p. 14 (courtesy NLA), Mary, Lilian and Henry Handel Richardson at The Royal Conservatorium of Music in Leipzig, p. 37 (courtesy M.C.), Henry Handel Richardson, p. 36 (courtesy M.C.), Matilda, Lilian and Henry Handel Richardson in Leipzig, 1891, p. 38 (courtesy M.C.), Eleanora Duse, p. 102, Henry Handel Richardson, 1897 at Munich, p. 159 (courtesy M.C.), Main girls, Mrs Griffin, Lilian and Henry Handel Richardson, p. 160 (courtesy M.C.), Presbyterian Ladies' College, Melbourne, matriculation class, 1887, p. 219 (courtesy M.C.), Fitzroy Gardens, Melbourne, 1912?, p. 220 (courtesy M.C.), Henry Handel Richardson, small child and dog, taken during WWI, p. 243 (courtesy NLA), rear view of Shortlands house, p. 296 (courtesy M.C.), Henry Handel Richardson and Olga Roncorni, taken by J.G. Robertson, p. 387 (courtesy M.C.), Mary Richardson, 1870?, p. 422 (courtesy M.C.), Township of Ballarat from Baths Hotel, p. 244 (courtesy M.C.), Golden Point, Ballarat, 1857, p. 270 (courtesy NLA), Lilian Neustatter and Henry Handel Richardson, during WWI, p. 271 (courtesy NLA), Lilian seated in the window at the holiday home of Henry Handel Richardson and her husband, Westfield, Lyme Regis, Dorset, p. 272 (courtesy M.C.), Henry Handel Richardson and J.G. Robertson p. 489, Koroit, Vic., p. 326 (courtesy M.C.), Henry Handel Richardson at the piano in the drawing room at 90 Regent's Park Road, June 1930, p. 423 (courtesy NLA), Henry Handel Richardson, Munich 1897, p. 466 (courtesy M.C.), J.G. Robertson, Henry Handel Richardson, Lilian and Walter Nuestatter, during WWI, p. 490 (courtesy M.C.), Olga Maria Roncoroni at 19 or 20, p. 542 (courtesy M.C.), Henry Handel Richardson and J.G. Robertson; Henry Handel Richardson (2), Henry Handel Richardson, J.G. Robertson and nephew; Henry Handel Richardson and her nephew and Olga Roncoroni (3), Margaret Capon, caricature of HHR, by H.A. Perry, from the Bookman, vol. 78, 1930, p. 336 and Mary Richardson, Lilian and Ethel
Miscellaneous photographs including Humphrey McQueen, Assoc. Prof., University of Tokyo and colleagues at dinner; Alan Marshall and Dorothy Green (2); Beverley Dunn; Grape Vine Hotel (2); Dorothy Green (11); photographs taken by Jeff Doyle at the launching of Peter Pierce's book Oxford literary guide to Australia, 1987 including Dorothy Green (3), Dorothy Green and Robyn Andrews and Peter Pierce; Dorothy Green (6); Clem Christesen (3) ; Michael Ellis, Leinzie?; Lucy; Peter Ellis, Rose, Martin and Jacinta; group photos (2); Harriet Green, 1950? (3); H.M. Green; proposed relocation site of H.M. Green's memorial cairn, Warwick, QLD; Harriet and Paul Jungheim, 1980?; Harriet and Paul Jungheim, friend and their dog named Collie, 1980?; Harriet Jungheim? (2); Vera Jennings home after a bush fire; group of unidentified women; two unidentified women; two Aboriginal girls with their pet dog and negatives of Peter Paul Rubens samples
Photograph album possibly H.M. Green [1900-1930?]
This small series comprises three posters collected by Green from 1950 to 1980.
Poster advertising the Royal Academy of the Arts 'Holbein and other Masters of the 16th & 17th centuries' exhibition, 9 December 1950 to 7 March 1951
Black and white picture of 'Lady with squirrel and starling', by Hans Holbein
Poster advertising performances of Comedy of errors at Monash University, 28-31 March
Poster advertising performances of Midsummer night's dream at Monash University and in the Fitzroy Gardens, 8, 9 and 11-16 March