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Correspondence, related papers and publications collected By Nancy Lutton.

  • AU PMB MS 1298
  • Collection
  • 1978-1993

John Kolia was born in Sydney in 1931 as John Alexander Collier. He attended Sydney Grammar School and completed his secondary education in England in 1951. Having enrolled in a medical course at the University of London, he returned to Australia ...

Kolia, John Alexander (1931-1993)

Course and syllabus materials, publications on education in Papua New Guinea and other rare publications relating to PNG

  • AU PMB DOC 474
  • Collection
  • 1941-1971

The Australian School of Pacific Administration was established in 1946 to train officers of the Australian administrations in the Territory of Papua and New Guinea and in the Northern Territory. In 1973 its name was changed to the International T...

International Training Institute Library, formerly the Hallstrom Pacific Library of the Australian School of Pacific Administration (Asopa):

Currents and customs: stories of a tribal kind, parts 1 & 2, a memoir and photographs of patrol work in Western District outstations and field assistance with oil search companies in the Gulf and Sepik Districts, PNG, 1951-1960, together with, Iuri 1954, an account with photographs of a patrol to the Iuri people, Border Mountains, Sepik District.

  • AU PMB MS 1303
  • Collection
  • 1951-1960

Adrian Martin Geyle, BA (UQ), M.Ed. (UNSW), was born 17 February 1930, Victoria, Australia. He commenced work in PNG in 1951 as a Cadet Patrol Officer in the Western District at Lake Murray and Kiunga Patrol Posts, patrolling with senior patrol of...

Geyle, Adrian Martin (1930- )

Custom stories of the Solomon Islands

  • AU PMB DOC 510
  • Collection
  • 1972-1979

Custom stories of the Solomon Islands were published in 5 volumes.In addition to these 5 volumes, a bound volume of stories collected by Father Peter Geerts and edited by Dick Keevil has also been microfilmed. Dick Keevil lived and worked in the S...

Keevil, Dick., Craven, Anna., et al. (eds.)

Cuttings from the Hawaiian Press on the Pacific Islands

  • AU PMB MS 1318
  • Collection
  • c.1942-1974

The first successful commercial sugar plantation was established on Kauai, Hawaii in 1835. Since this time the sugar industry has been a significant part of the Hawaiian economy and had a significant impact on the course of Hawaii's history....

Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Association

Daily journal

  • AU PMB MS 426
  • Collection
  • 1881 - 1887

Robert Edward Buffett was a Norfolk Islander, who died on Norfolk Island in 1953 at the age of 90. The book in which the journal was kept was originally owned by a Portuguese or Brazilian seaman, Manuel Jose. Some pages in Portuguese are in his ...

Buffett Robert Edward

Das Paradies der Sudsee'

  • AU PMB MS 613
  • Collection
  • c.1922

Bogershausen (1870-1941) joined the Sacred Heart Order, (MSC), in 1892. He arrived in New Britain in 1900.An article on the Marquis de Rays' expedition (1880-81) to New Ireland. It was amongst the papers of W.C. Groves and was probably used...

Bogershausen Father Georg

Departmental standing instructions, general field administration

  • AU PMB DOC 471
  • Collection
  • 1962 and 1970

This book is rare. The Departmental Standing Instructions were issued to Patrol Officers to assist them to undertake their work in Papua New Guinea. Patrol Officers worked in the field with indigenous people in the administration of Districts. The...

Territory of Papua and New Guinea, Department of Native Affairs

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