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Brian D. Cook's Papers

  • RW 285
  • Collection
  • 1970-1978

Subject files relating to FM radio and education.

Brian D. Cook

Ollie Japp, author

  • RW 1207
  • Collection
  • 1988

Manuscript of the "The History of Tennis in Hay, 1900-1988".

Ollie Japp, author

Dame Mary Gilmore

  • RW 114
  • Collection
  • 1950-1963

Letters to George Blakemore, photocopies of letters to Phoebe Price, newspaper clippings and memorabilia, two photographs of Mary Gilmore and one of George Blakemore.

Dame Mary Gilmore

NW Grinton, historian

  • RW 38
  • Collection
  • 1978

Name and location map of Wagga Wagga hotels (1847 - 1978).

N. W. Grinton

Associate Professor Alan Nichol, academic

  • RW 1350
  • Collection
  • 1981-1989

Memos, minutes, correspondence, draft papers, publications by Associate Professor Alan Nichol.

Associate Professor Alan Nichol

June Sutherland of Wagga Wagga

  • RW 1400
  • Collection
  • 1891-1995

Research notes and photographs re Wagga Experiment Farm and Wagga Agricultural College book "From Farmboys to PhDs".

June Sutherland of Wagga Wagga

Professor Richard Johnson, academic

  • RW 1547
  • Collection
  • 1966-1992

Standing Committee on External Studies papers, House of Representatives Standing Committee on Employment, Education and Training papers and submission, outward correspondence, distance education files, subject files, seminars and reports etc.

Professor Richard St Clair Johnson

Connie Adams, academic

  • RW 1729
  • Collection
  • 1977-1997

Course and subject files created by Connie Willis, a lecturer in consumer affairs.

Connie Adams, academic

Beverley Johnson, Riverina College of Advanced Education student (1978-1981)

  • RW 3455
  • Collection
  • 1949-c.1995

"The Braille and Talking Book Library" thesis by Beverley Johnson; publications by Beverley Johnson, including "Braille Reading Trends in Australia" and other articles; correspondence, photographs, and miscellaneous personal papers; personal records relating to Beverly Johnson's education (primary, secondary, and tertiary); Beverley Johnson's Riverina College of Advanced Education medal, awarded 1981.

Beverley Johnson

Jon Winston-Gregson, archeologist

  • RW 251
  • Collection

Archaelogical samples from Old Sydney Road between lower Tarcutta and Holbrook for MA thesis.

Jon Winston-Gregson

Dr Bruce Pennay, historian

  • RW 1281
  • Collection
  • 1990s

Student assignment by Vivien Kowal "How Did the Period of the First World War Affect People of German Origin in and around Walla Walla?".

Dr Bruce Pennay, historian

Dr Keith John Swan, historian

  • RW 1586
  • Collection
  • 1976-1979

Papers concerning the establishment of the Riverina Archives.

Dr Keith Swan

Colin Anderson, academic

  • RW 1679
  • Collection
  • 1973-1992

Production administration files, Lunch Time Theatre, programmes, press cuttings, playscripts, and photographs.

Colin Anderson, academic

Fred Goldsworthy, academic

  • RW 1733
  • Collection
  • 1971-1984

Correspondence, files relating to external academic institutions, subject files, course and subject submissions, addresses.

Fred Goldsworthy, academic

Keith John Swan, historian

  • RW 40
  • Collection
  • 1961-1977

Newspaper cuttings, subject files, student assignments, audio tapes, publications and course submissions.

Dr Keith Swan

St Michael's Cathedral, Wagga Wagga

  • RW 1304
  • Collection
  • 1987

Copies of newspaper clippings relating to St Michael's Cathedral, Wagga Wagga; "If These Stones Could Speak", a script written by Anita Buswell for Pageant to celebrate 100 years of St Michael's Cathedral (produced by Don Hillam and performed by St Michael's High School students on 30 October and 1 November 1987 in the grounds of St Joseph's Primary School).

Anita Buswell

Associate Professor Alan Nichol, academic

  • RW 1740
  • Collection
  • 1962-1998

Correspondence, subject files, memoranda, Higher Education material, research data, Faculty publications, submitted papers, VHS tape.

Associate Professor Alan Nichol

Geoff Bamberry, academic

  • RW 3404
  • Collection
  • 1973-2010

Working files relating to areas of research and teaching, including agriculture, business development, manufacturing, export, marketing, trade, local government, regional development, decentralisation, and regional tourism; minutes and agendas for The Riverina Regional Advisory Council Research Assessment Committee, Riverina Regional Tourism, The Riverina Regional Development Board, and The Wagga Business Enterprise Centre Board.

Geoff Bamberry, academic

John Connors, academic

  • RW 3417
  • Collection
  • 1975

A framed drawing entitled, "The Psychology Quartet" by Dave Baker of the RCAE School of Teacher Education showing four singing rats named Neil (Bozzer), Tony (Pulombo), Paul (Ferguson) and John (Connors).
Laminated page 4 of The Daily Advertiser, dated 24 November 1975, "A Considered Statement on the Constitutional Crisis" inserted by members of the academic staff of the Riverina College of Advanced Education and the Wagga Agricultural College.

Dr Peter Noel Lamb, academic

  • RW 1777
  • Collection
  • 1969-1995

Correspondence, papers written by Dr. Lamb, teacher education programmes, teacher education - history, submissions, reports, conferences/conventions, annual meetings, seminars, speeches, journals, publications.

Dr Peter Noel Lamb

Dr Bruce Pennay, historian

  • RW 1267
  • Collection
  • 1973-1989

Correspondence, research papers and submissions, student assignments, minutes and newspaper cuttings.

Dr Bruce Pennay, historian

Dr John D Spencer, academic

  • RW 1503
  • Collection
  • 1907-1989

Research papers for Dr John Spencer's PhD relating to Yanco Agricultural College.

Dr John D Spencer

John Shaw, academic

  • RW 1767
  • Collection
  • 1951

Photographs and negatives depicting buildings in and around Wagga Wagga in about 1951.

John Shaw