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Series 375 - Registrar's Newscuttings

Date Rangec. 1932 - 1939
Quantity34 cm, 14 albums + encapsulated items
ProvenanceRegistrar's Department
Description

The records consist of newscuttings arranged by subject which include collections relating to Douglas Mawson's Antarctic expedition and Central Australian anthropological expeditions by Dr. C.T. Madigan, C.P. Mountford, Prof. J.B. Cleland, Prof. F. Wood Jones, Prof. Sir Stanton Hicks and other noted anthropologists of the time including Daisy Bates and Norman Tindale. There are also articles written by and about University of Adelaide lecturers and professors, and other topics including Free Education, Catholic College at the University, Waite Institute, CSIRO, Elder Conservatorium performances and the 1926 University Jubilee.

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63  University Advertisement Newscuttings 1908 - 1970

163  University Newscuttings Books 1881 - 1977

Subsequent

598  University Newscuttings and Press Releases 1983 - 1989

Inventory Listing

Sir Douglas Mawson's Antarctic Expedition 18/9/29 - 2/4/30

This item contains 189 articles; 138 newpaper articles concerning Sir Douglas Mawson,
2 newspaper articles written by Sir Douglas Mawson, 47 newspaper photographs, 1 newspaper sketch and 1 envelope, titled:
- Sir Douglas Mawson's Antarctic Expedition 18-9-29 to 2-4-30.

The 138 newspaper articles, titled:
- Mawson Party Starts Today On First Antarctic Stage; Join Nestor For South Africa - Discovery To Sail From Capetown On October 15 - Gifts Of Equipment; Modern Equipment - Gifts By Generous Donors.
- Voyage To The Antarctic - Importance Of Whaling Industry - Sir Douglas Mawson Optimistic.
- Mawson Expedition Leaves - Sir Douglas Says It Will Do Valuable Work - Confidence In Men.
- Sir Douglas Packs, Calm And Unhurried.
- For The South - Sir Douglas Mawson Sails - Departure of the Nestor.
- Mountain That Has Been Lost For A Hundred Years - What Sir Douglas Mawson Will Search For In The Antarctic - Captain Biscoe And Enderby Land.
- Mawson May Meet Rivalry In Antarctic Exploration - Fast Norwegian Vessel Leaves Capetown, Heading South - Capt. Holm, Noted Explorer, In Charge - "Mawson Will Have To Look To His Laurels," Says Oslo Message.
- Mawson Combats Norway's Right To Exploit Antarctic Seas - Says Sector He Will Explore Is Heritage Of Empire Countries - Would Have Appreciated Norway's Co-operation In Scientific Observations - Mystery Ships Will Not Affect Discovery.
- No Secrecy In Norwegian Voyage - Oslo Papers Deny Rivalry To Mawson Expedition - New Land Not Sought.
- Norwegian Vessels In Antarctic - Seek Whaling Grounds, Says Consul - To Assist Mawson.
- Far South - Mawson Expedition - Norwegian Whaling Activities,
- Antarctic Whaling - Norwegian Expedition - Not Searching for New Land.
- Mawson Expedition - To Start On Saturday.
- Whaling Interests In The South - Sir D. Mawson Has Some, Says Norwegian - No Secret Preparation.
- Mawson Leaves For Antarctic Today - Sir Douglas Thanks Union Govt. For Assistance - Trip To Isle Of Sea Elephants.
- Research Work On The Discovery - Strange Instrument For Mawson Expedition - Searching Sea Bed.
- Discovery Swept By Great Seas - Driven 100 Miles From Kerguelen Island - Landing Impossible.
- Mawson Expedition - Ship In Hurricane - Dredging Carried Out.
- Sir Douglas Mawson - Progress Of The Discovery.
- Mawson Active At Kerguelen Island - Capt. Hurley Takes Mountain Top Photos - Scientific Work
- Mawson Party Finds Rabbit Devastated Island - Sea Fowl Taken By Imitating Call Of Male Bird.
- Discovery At Heard Island - Teal And Pigeons Caught For Larder At Kerguelen - Hydrogen Container Blows Out.
- Mawson Greatest Modern Explorer.
- Antarctic - With The Discovery - Anxious Times.
- Antarctic - Mawson Expedition - First Iceberg Sighted.
- Mawson Party In Peril At Head Island - Tossed By Seas In Helpless Launch - Bird In Captain's Boot.
- Mawson's Ship In Graveyard Ice - Interesting Experiments In Antarctic - Life From Sea Floor.
- Mawson's Voyage.
- Christmas On Discovery - Clear Day After Blinding Blizzard - Unknown Area.
- Ice Floe Blocks Discovery - Lands 50 Miles South Seen From Plane - Derrick Crashes.
- Antarctic Christmas - Dinner on Discovery - Too Much Penguin.
- Discovery - Way South Barred - Planes Make First Ascent.
- Land In Antarctica - Britain Should Have More - Mistake By Official.
- Discovery's Voyage - Land In Sight - Aeroplane To Be Used.
- Antarctica - Mawson's Expedition - Aerial Survey.
- Antarctica - Discovery In Blizzard - Wind Seventy Miles an Hour.
- News From Discovery - Aeroplane Wings Injured.
- In The Antarctic - Discovery Party Land - Survey Of Coastline - Flag Raised.
- Sir Douglas Mawson - Exploring Enderby Land.
- Antarctic Expedition - Discovery Meets Norvegia.
- Discovery In Bad Blizzard - "Extraordinarily Strong," Says Sir Douglas Mawson.
- Mawson's Plane Damaged - Ice Falling From Rigging, Punctures Wings - Naming New Land.
- Rivals' Meeting In Antarctic - Mawson And Larson Shake Hands.
- Sir Douglas Mawson - Nearing Enderby Land - Rocky Coast Visible - Pack Ice Prevents Investigation.
- Mawson Finds Rookeries - Second Known Nesting Place Of Birds In Antarctic.
- Ice Impedes Discovery - Mawson Coasts Enderby Land.
- Mawson Party At Enderby Land - Adding Detail To Maps: Marine Life.
- Undersea Life In Antarctic - Mawson's Party Finds Interesting Specimens.
- Mawson Expedition - Aerial Photographs - Making for Kerguelen Island.
- Mawson Expedition - Wireless Messages - Charge Of Delay Repudiated.
- Antarctic Weather - Mawson Expedition - Meteorological Observations.
- Oceanographic Work - Mawson Expedition - Life in Antarctic Seas.
- Antarctica - Invitations To Explorers - Conference In New York.
- Southern Scenes - Discovery's Voyage - Message From Mawson.
- Mawson Expedition - Discovery Moored - At Kerguelen Island.
- Exploring Frozen South - Youth and Right Temperament Needed - Few Hardships In Winter Quarters.
- Discovery At Murray Bay - Antarctic Lands Photographed From Air.
- Kerguelen Island Flight - Work On The Discovery - All Well on Board.
- Discovery On The Way Home - Will Arrive This Month - Polar Summer Over.
- Nearing Australia - Return Of The Discovery - Scientific Work.
- Mawson 1,100 Miles From Australia - Marine Programme Being Carried Out.
- Mawson Due At End Of Month - Will Sail Direct For Port Adelaide - 1,000 Miles Away.
- Discovery Nearing Port - Perth Hymns Heard - Old Eggs Rejuvenated. (2 copies of article)
- Antarctic Lands - Question of Ownership. (2 copies of article)
- What A Bracing Effect The Antarctic Has On Eggs!
- Mawson Party Here On March 29 - Governer-General Will Fly From Canberra - Adelaide Reception.
- Mawson Here On Saturday - Federal Welcome For Explorers.
- Discovery Expedition - In Adelaide Next Saturday - Reception Arrangements.
- Antarctic Expedition.
- Polar Explorers - In Adelaide On Saturday - Welcome Arranged.
- Head Winds Delay Discovery - In Adelaide On Sunday - Full Speed Ahead.
- Mawson To Arrive On Sunday - Head Winds Met - Discovery Now In Bight.
- Mawson Party Here On Monday - Discovery Delayed - Town Hall Bells To Ring: Air Welcome.
- Discovery Here On Tuesday - Public Reception On Wednesday - Gov.-Gen. Coming.
- Discovery Returning - Congratulations From Britain - Tribute To Expedition.
- Flying To Adelaide - To Meet Sir Douglas Mawson.
- Mawson Expedition - Cathay Passes Discovery in Bight - Explorers Will Arrive On Monday.
- Mawson, Fearless, Has Faced Death Often In Land Of Blizzard.
- Exploits Praised By New York Paper - Recalling Career, Labels Him Country's Hero.
- Welcome To Mawson Party.
- Mawson Expected On Tuesday - Lord Stonehaven to Join in Welcome - Will Fly From Canberra.
- Sir Douglas Mawson Nearing Home - Discovery Expected To-Night - Vessel Will Berth At Noon To-morrow.
- Cathay Brings Story Of Dramatic Meeting In Mid-Ocean - Explorers' First Glimpse Of Civilisation - Public Reception To Party On Wednesday.
- Lady Mawson To Board Ship Tonight - Reception Plans.
- Sir Douglas Mawson Home At Last - Will Land At Noon To-day - Seasiders Watch for Ship - Night Spent Off Semaphore.
- Governor-General Arrives - Flight From Canberra.
- What The Discovery Went Forth To See - A Rapid Survey Of An Important Voyage Of Exploration - How Coal Dominated The Situation.
- Adelaide Welcomes Pol . . . - Expedition Returns - Several Hundred Miles Added to Map - Much Remains to be Done in Antarctic - Mawson Reports Notable Results. (2 copies of article and photographs).
- Aeroplanes Useful.
- Always In Lead.
- Baby Of Crew - Proud Cape Town Youth.
- Return Of Mawson Expedition - Fourth Voyage Down South - Capt. Frank Hurley Ready to Go Again.
- Tons Of Specimens - Investigation Not Begun - Ocean Life Prolific; Saw Norwegians - Wild Antarctic Life - Crew Healthy Throughout.
- Australian Products - Foodstuffs on Discovery; Reception tomorrow - Decorations Requested.
- South With Mawson - Graphic Story Of Voyage - Glaciers, Icebergs, And Pack Ice.
- Little Ship Creeps Unobserved To Semaphore Anchorage - Bobbing Launch In Choppy Sea Has First Talk With Explorers - Citizens' Welcome At Port Wharf Today.
- Down South.
- Warm Welcome To Antarctic Research Expedition - Cheering Crowds At Port Adelaide - Cheering Crowds At Port Adelaide - Official Dinner In Adelaide Town Hall - Valuable Scientific Results Achieved. (2 copies of articles and photographs)
- Antarctic Heroes Honored - Community Welcome to Mawson Party - Flags, Bunting, And Cheering Crowds.
- Queer Dishes - Seal Liver Popular - Food On Discovery.
- Mawson Expedition Welcomed.
- Wireless Communication.
- Party Entertained - Message From The King.
- Flying Over Ice - Two Australian Airmen.
- Cat For Luck! - Mascot of Discovery.
- Adelaide Applauds The Work Of Mawson Expedition - 'Great And Historic Occasion" - Second Voyage South From Hobart. (2 copies of articles and photographs)
- Leaving Today - Discovery Going East - Melbourne Reception.
- Antarctic Expedition.
- Public Welcomes Mawson's Men - Cheering Crowds At Town Hall Reception Great Achievement.
- Discovery Specimens - Valuable Collections - Distribution Throughout The World; Discovery Departs - Large Crowd On The Wharf.
- Bearing Rich Finds From South, Discovery Gets Warm Welcome; New Land For Australia Said To Have Been Claimed - "Phenomenally Large Results In Time" - Public Welcome At Town Hall Today.
- Work In Antarctic - Mawson Exploration - "Not to be Left Half Done".
- University Librarian - Mr. R.J.M. Clucas III.
- Antarctic Expedition - Discovery May Visit Sydney - Dinner To Officers.
- Discovery May Stary In Melbourne.
- Discovery - Long Voyage Ended - Welcome in Melbourne.
- Whaling Area - Worth Millions Of Pounds - Located By Discovery.
- Sir Douglas Mawson's Expedition
- Antarctic Expedition - Results Not Yet Realised.
- Discovery To Be Repaired - Public May Not See Ship.
- Cannibals Abound In Antarctica - Scientific Treasures of Mawson Expedition.
- Discovery Found Rich Whale Fishery - "Worth Far More Than All Costs Of Expedition" - Mawson's Report.
- Mawson Expedition - "Hurried Statement" - Report Almost Completed.
- Antarctic Explorers Disagree - Sir Douglas Mawson And Captain Davis - Coal Shortage Hampered Work of Discovery - Report Tabled In House Of Representatives.
- When Mawson Goes South Again - More Detailed Understanding Between Leaders - Capt. Davis Had Final Say Concerning Ship.
- "Report Should Have Been Sent To Committee" - Sir David Masson Defends Captain Davis's Attitude.
- Antarctica.
- Antarctic Expedition - Mawson Report Completed.
- Mawson Expedition Film To Be Shown Soon.
- Bird Life In the Antarctic - Penguin's Domestic Virtues - Lonely Albatross.
- South With Mawson - Film of Famous Trip.
- Southward Ho With Mawson To Be Screened Soon.
- Sea Leopard's Diet - Biologist in the Antarctic - Curious Sea Life.
- Phosphorescent Fish - Like Liners With Lighted Portholes - Study Of Plankton.
- Antarctic Weather - Mild Temperatures And Gales - Vagaries of Kerguelen.
- Sir Douglas Mawson In The Air - Flight in Antarctica - Scientific Work On Discovery.
- Relic Of Discovery's Last Trip - Message Bottle Picked Up After 21 Months.
- Rich Assets Of Antarctic - Mawson Seeking Foothold For Australia.

The 2 newspaper articles written by Sir Doulgas Mawson, titled:
- In The Far South - Sir Douglas Mawson's Story - Among Pack Ice.
- South With Mawson - Whale Fishery Located - Results Of Expedition.

The 47 newspaper photograph captions, titled:
- With Mawson In The Antarctic - First Pictures Of The Expedition's Work.
- Classifying The Treasures.
- A Sub-Antarctic Cabbage Patch.
- A Mid-Day Snack In The Frozen Fields Of The Antarctic.
- With Mawson To The Frozen South.
- Exploring Kerguelen Island.
- Discovery In The Bight.
- Leader Of Antarctic Expedition Warmly Received On Arrival From The South Today.
- Happy Family Reunion.
- Antarctic Exploration Expedition Returns: Discovery Moving Up To Berth.
- Distinguised Visitors.
- Antarctic Explorers.
- Welcome Home.
- Mascot Cat.
- Interested Spectators Of Discoverys' Arrival.
- Home At Last.
- Sir Douglas Mawson Shows Fur Boots To Governors.
- Antarctic Explorers Honored.
- Public Reception To Sir Douglas Mawson And Antarctic Expedition In Town Hall - Students See Antarctic Specimen Treasure Trove.
- Untitled newspaper photograph with reference to the Adelaide Town Hall being packed for the public reception to Sir Douglas Mawson and his party of explorers.
- Sir Douglas Mawson Congratulated.
- Daughters Of A Famous Explorer.
- Amid Familiar Scenes.
- Antarctic Treasures.
- From The Antarctic.
- Discovery Leaves Adelaide.
- The Last Of The Cargo.
- Sleep.
- Just An Unusual View.
- Passengers By Yesterday's Express.
- Civic Welcome In Melbourne To Explorers.
- Mawson Antarctic Expedition.
- In His Study.
- "Bird Cage" On Discovery.
- Museum Of The High Seas.
- Leader Of The B.A.N.Z.
- With Mawson At Heard Is.
- Treasures From Antarctica.
- In An Antarctic Fairyland.
- Heading South On A Lone Trail.
- "Ghost Of A Land, by the ghost of a sea."
- New Discoveries In Antarctica:
- Abode Of Science.
- Last Outpost.
- Senior Zoologist With Mawson Antarctic Expedition.
- Freak Of The Antarctic Regions.
- Crystal Garden In Antarctica.

The 1 newspaper sketch caption, titled:
- What Will They Look Like?

Date Range c. 1929 - 1932    Quantity 5 cm, 1 album
Inventory Identifier 037500001 Box Number 1 Series 375
Aboriginals and Central Australia Expeditions

This item contains 139 articles; 128 newspaper articles concerning Aboriginal Studies; Anthropology and Expeditions. The topics include: With the Blacks of the Northern Wilds by Dr. Donald Thomson B.Sc. Dip. Anthrop. [1929]
Anthropological Expeditions to Central Australia including articles by Max Lamshed [1932-34]
Leichardt Expedition [1939] and Anthropology [1939].
7 newspaper photographs and 4 envelopes, titled:
- Anthropological Expedition to Central Australia August 1934.
- Dr. Hackett & Mr. Tindale Central Australian Expedition May - August 1933.
- Series of Seven Articles by Max Lamshed on August expedition 1933.
- Anthropological Society Central Australian Expedition August 1933.

The 128 newspaper articles, titled:
- With The Blacks Of The Northern Wilds - Thousand Miles Quest Of Unknown Tribes - Race Meeting In The Never-Never Has Its Thrills.
- With The Blacks Of The Northern Wilds - Snake That Kills A Horse In Five Minutes - A-Wu Devil-Devil Man Deserts.
- With The Blacks Of The Northern Wilds - Across Cape Yorke To The Never-Never - Tommy Mourns The Death Of Youie.
- With The Blacks Of The Northern Wilds - Seven-Foot Giant Confronts Explorers Anxious Moment In Unknown Country.
- With The Blacks Of The Northern Wilds - Living The Life Of A Primitive Tribe - Corroboree Lulled Explorers To Sleep.
- With The Blacks Of The Northern Wilds - In Camp With A Nomad Tribe - Mistake That Might Have Spelt Tragedy.
- With The Blacks Of The Northern Wilds - Moths That Keep House For Parrots - Camping With A Mummified Corpse.
- With The Blacks Of The Northern Wilds - Catching Fish In The Wholesale Way.
- With The Blacks Of The Northern Wilds - Journey That Nearly Ends Tragically - Tommy Makes A Turtle Egg Cake.
- With The Blacks Of The Northern Wilds - Corroborees That Are Clever Pantomimes - Horse's Death Reveals Tommy's "Whiteness".
- With The Blacks Of The Northern Wilds - Peacemaking In Tribal Fight - Heat, Mosquitoes, Fever, And Medicine Men.
- With The Blacks Of The Northern Wilds - Living On The Country - Expedition Again Short Of Food.
- With The Blacks Of The Northern Wilds - Cadging Food Humiliating, But Necessary - Tommy Offers Baby As Parting Gift.
- Articles On Aborigines.
- Motor Mishaps Delay Anthropologists - Wild Dash To Catch Train Home.
- Trip To Central Australia.
- Anthropological Party To Interior.
- Anthropological Expedition To Leave Tomorrow.
- University Party.
- Garden Paradise In Far North - What Anthropological Party Saw - Wildflower Color.
- Mr. Thomson's Work Among Blacks - Will Leave For Caledon Bay This Month.
- To Live Among Natives - Young Anthropologist's Mission For Government - Wild Tribes.
- Report On Natives Causes Concern - Clean Clothing Move.
- Corsets For The Aborigine.
- Vanished Tribal Life of Coorong Blacks - Tragedy of Supplanted Race - Country's Changed Aspect.
- Black And White - Our Responsibility To The Native - Science Demands New Regime.
- Natives To Be X-Rayed - Research in Strange Affliction.
- Whites Equal to Natives In Going Without Water.
- How Scientists Attract Natives - Large Ration Dumps At Base Camp.
- Scientists' Camp In Mountain Glen - Scenic Gem In Arid Land - Its Discoverer Entranced - Long Gibber Trail.
- Kindergartens In The Wilds - Arresting Aspects Of Native Life - Story Of A Shirt.
- Nomadic Life In No-Man's Land - Scientists' Tour Through Far West - Six Weeks In Wilds.
- Teeth Removed As Aid To Beauty - Strange Practices Of Native Tribes - Patient's Fortitude.
- Busy Days At Ernabella - Scientists Rise In Freezing Dawn - Humorous Relief.
- Fierce Life Of Far Outback - Land Where Might Is Right - Magical Growth.
- Socialists Of The Outback - Communal Ownership Among Aborigines - Adventures Of A Sock.
- To Study Natives - Scientific Party for Interior - Leaving Soon.
- Scientific Expedition Leaves Tomorrow.
- Scientists In The Interior - Adelaide Party Near Destination - Special Articles.
- Scientists Off To Interior - Wide Research Into Native Problems - Tests To Be Made.
- Central Australia Party On Track - Work Begins In Earnest.
- Research Work Among Aborigines - Main Party To Return This Week.
- Scientists' Wet Trip In Far North - Eventful Motor Drive Of 300 Miles - Cars Badly Bogged - "Sunny Central Australia".
- Vanishing Race Of Aborigines - Segregation Only Hope, Says Ethnologist.
- Physiologist's Views Of Aborigines - Professor Hicks Thinks Some "Perfect Gentlemen".
- Wife Common Property - How Husbands Used to Prove Paternity - Queer Customs.
- Scientists' Plans - S.A. Party and Aborigines - Much To Do.
- Black Magic of Blacks' Diet.
- Close Study Of Aborigines - Scientific Expedition Leaves For North.
- Research Party Delayed - Scientists' Train Derailed - Nine Hours Behind Time.
- Scientists In "Corroboree" - Aborigines Wish to Join in - Big Reunion.
- Finke River Garden - Seeing Central Australia At It's Best.
- Natives Eager To Help - But Think Whites "Quite Silly".
- Two Tents Blown Down - Scientific Party's Work Delayed By Gale - Blacks Scarce.
- First News From Science Camp - Natives Enthusiastic - Patients For All Tests - Plaster Casts And Black Barber.
- His Brother's Voice - Natives Appreciate The Phonograph - Camp Contrasts - Work Of Scientists.
- The Night Track To Mt. Liebig - Wildflowers Of Central Australia - Motoring Into Dawn.
- Castles In Sky - Scientists Gaze With Awe On Mountain Glory - Gorgeous Colors.
- Science Party Leaves For Home Tomorrow - See Quaint Boomerang Fight Game of Native Boys - Hear Myths And Legends.
- Joyful Day At Mt.Liebig - Missing Anthropologist Turns Up Safely - Was Seeking Blacks - Native Searcher Sent Out.
- Natives Honest And Friendly - "Rather Die Than Touch Axe".
- New Tribesmen Appear - Scientists in N.T. Have Luck.
- Day In Scientists' Camp - Central Australia Mornings - Cold Shower Heroes.
- "Makem Sing-song" - Natives Entertain Scientists - Song And Dances.
- Sunburnt, Fit And Satisfied - Anthropological Expedition Back At Alice Springs.
- Stone Age To Cinema.
- Native Life In Films - May be Shown in Adelaide - Trip A Success.
- Aborigine A Natural Musician - Jazz Not To His Liking - Has Keen Ear.
- Back To Land Of Hot Baths - Scientists Mow Down Beards - Trip Nears End.
- Scientists to Show Specimens Here.
- What Science Party Hopes to Discover.
- Aboriginal Music - Beautiful Sounds In So-Called Gibberish.
- Native Plays Up To Camera - Comet, Star Actor - Much Married Man.
- Anthropological Research - Investigations In Central Australia.
- Native's Odyssey - Remarkable Record Of Year's Travel - 400 Places Named.
- Tables Spread In Arid Lands - Where Natives Find Their Food - Crafty Hunters.
- Scientists Unpack Native Exhibits - - All Sound.
- Aboriginal Baby For Research - Brought to Adelaide by Scientists - Native Tragedy.
- Spears Made While You Wait - Native Weapons Cut From Trees - Marvels Of Neatness.
- Black Brothers Meet - How Hand Of Friendship Was Extended - Song And Dance.
- Expedition Will Examine Bones - State to Send Party To Simpson Desert.
- Could Do Trip in Fortnight.
- Leichhardt Party To Meet - Finder Here Saturday.
- Evidence That Bones Are Leichhardt's - Dr. Fenner Quotes Explorers.
- Leichhardt Mystery May be Solved - Leave In Few Weeks; Anthropologist's Part.
- Australia's Greatest Mystery.
- Link With First of Leichhardt's Expeditions - Journal of Member Of Overland Party Discovered in England - Author Was Murdered By Blacks During Trip.
- The Leichhardt Mystery.
- Lost Leichhardt Expedition - 60 Year Old Theory My Be True - Police Boy's Story.
- Leichhardt Expedition - Personnel Of Five Announced - Dr. Grenfell Price As Leader - Departure On August 18.
- Preparations For Desert Expedition - Party May Meet This Week.
- More Leichhardt Theories - Doubts On Simpson Desert Discovery; Rights To Remove The Bones - Powers Of N.T. Coroner May Be Exercised.
- Sand Will Be Sifted For Metal Relics - Plans Of Leichhardt Search Party - Skeletons To Be Brought Back - Members Hopeful Of Success.
- Leichhardt Party Member Breaks Knee-Cap - Hasty Plans To Fill Vacancy.
- Skeleton Search 120-Mile Ride - Riot of Wildflowers On Route Chosen.
- Examined Hundreds Of Skulls - and Liked It.
- Second Party In Search For Leichhardt Relics - W.A. Expedition To Set Out - To Go To Different Locality; Change In Party For Simpson Desert - Dr.T.D. Campbell To Be Anthropologist.
- Leichhardt Party On Edge Of Desert - May Reach Site Of Skeletons Tonight.
- Leichhardt Party Camps 16 Miles From Site Of Skeletons.
- "White, Crumbling Substance" Found By Leichhardt Party At Sunset.
- Search Party Finds No Sign of Bones.
- Discovery By Leichhardt Party - Old Coins And Corroded Pack Saddle Ring - Dates Regarded As Significant - Sifting Of Sand To Be Continued.
- Leichhardt Party May Shift Camp - Small Piece Of Leather Found - Only Further Discovery - Digging Difficulties.
- Leichhardt Party Strikes Its Camp Today - List Of Specimens Discovered - Tests To Be Made In Adelaide - Dr. Grenfell Price On Future Steps.
- Leichhardt Party On Way Back - Leader's Theories On Discoveries - Another Mystery Of Outback - Evidence Of Very Old Whites' Camp.
- Desert Party Packs Specimens - Will Return On Thursday - Study To Ascertain Value Of Finds.
- Desert Search Party's Finds.
- End Of The Simpson Desert Trip - Party In Adelaide Tonight - Personalities On The Train.
- Leichhardt Party Returns - Important Tests Of Relics To Be Made.
- Untitled article with reference to the relics found by the Government expedition to the Simpson Desert being closely examined.
- Part Of Skull And A Hand - Bones Found In Desert.
- Bones Proved To Be Human - Investigation Of Desert Finds - Pieces Of Skull And Hand.
- Memento of Leichhardt.
- Talks And Pictures Of Leichhardt Search.
- Mystery Of Leichhardt - Much Conflicting Evidence - What Route Was Taken By Lost Expedition?
- New Deal For The Aborigines.
- Control Of Aborigines - New Commonwealth Scheme Welcomed - Understanding Required
- Native Exploitation Denied - Adequately Paid For Services.
- Defends Scientists Among Natives - Minister's Attack Resented.
- Future Care Of Aborigines - Suggestions For Making Their Lot Easier - Adelaide Meeting.
- Thinks Australian Natives Dying Race.
- Aboriginal Rock Carvings - Similar In South Australia And Tasmania.
- Ernabella Natives Are Thriving: Value of Sanctuary.
- Loss Of Life Among Natives - Dr. Duguid On Effects Of Drought.
- New Conditions For Aborigines - Establishment Of Board Sought - Amending Bill.
- Dialect With Five Genders - Aborigines Studied.
- Complex Aboriginal Languages - Expert's Discoveries In Survey.
- Half-Caste Problem - Praise For New Training Plan.

The 7 newspaper photograph captions, titled:
- Untitled with reference to an exclusive photo by Donald Thomson, B.Sc., Dip, Anthrop.
- Untitled with reference to the Upsan Downs station.
- All The White.
- Further Records.
- With the Scientists at Mount Liebig; Graphic Pictures Taken.
- Back To Civilisation.
- First Aid Kit For Expedition; Dr. S.L. Dawkins.

Date Range 1929 - 1939    Quantity 5 cm, 1 album
Inventory Identifier 037500002 Box Number 2 Series 375
Anthropological Expeditions and Central Australia Survey

This item contains 108 articles; 101 newspaper articles concerning Aboriginal Studies, Anthropology, Expeditions and Central Australia Survey 1935.
The expeditions were undertaken by a large number of anthropologists and University staff including: Norman B. Tindale, Daisy Bates, W.E.H. Stanner, C.P. Mountford, Prof. J.B. Cleland, Prof. F. Wood Jones, Dr. Donald Thomson, Prof. A. Watson, Prof. Sir Stanton Hicks, Rev. J.R.B. Love, Dr. C.T. Madigan, Rev. J.H. Sexton and Prof. A.P. Elkin. There are also articles by and about Indigenous Leader, David Unaipon.
7 Newspaper photographs and 1 envelope, titled:
- Geological Geophysical & Aerial Surveys. Dr. Woolnough & Mr. P.S. Hossfield.

The 100 newspaper articles, titled:
- Scientists Review Wide Range Of Human Affairs - Discussions On Bolshevism, Fascism, and Democracy - New States Move Criticised.
- Hits at Natives' Treatment - Dr. Duguid's Sweeping Allegations - Attacks Apathy of Governments, Churches, and People - "Blacks Shot Like Animals"
- S.A. Scientists Attend Ceremony at Ooldea - Tribute To Work Of Lonely White Women.
- Mrs. Bates In Adelaide - Lifetime Service To Australian Natives - Suggests "Govenor" To Control Blacks - Compiling Results Of Unique Studies.
- Exile's Return To Civilisation - Mrs. Daisy Bates To Live In Adelaide - Will Write Life Story - Speaks 115 Native Languages.
- Board Of Management For Aborigines.
- Anthropologists Begin Journey - Fully Laden Lorry Bound For Wilds.
- A Lonely Task.
- Among Natives In Desert Wilds - Hazardous Track Over Mulga Plains - Tales Of Gold.
- Little Known Tribes In N.T. - Anthropologists Journey Through Unmapped Area - Immense Food Supply.
- Anthropologists On "Tragedy" Of Natives in North - Are Assets Rather Than Liabilities, He Says.
- Natives Not Liability - Support for View Of Anthropologist - Labor Problem.
- Urges Just Treatment - Professor's Plea For Aborigines - "Our Legacy".
- Native Life Aspects In Central Australia - Legacy Club Address By Professor Cleland.
- Caring For Aborigines - One Control Urged - Missions Ban.
- Dr. Thomson's Report On Aborigines Commended - Need for Preservation of Their Nomadic Habits Stressed - Suggestions Carry Much Weight.
- Preservasion Of Aborigines - Suggested Special Department - Dr. Thomson's Report - 10 Suggestions.
- Rock Engravings and Cave Paintings of the Aborigines.
- Fusion Of Half-Castes With Whites Thought Inevitable - Authorities Contend Girls Should Be Accepted as Social Equals - Agreement With Prof. A. Watson.
- Future Of Girl Half-Castes - Should Be Permitted To Mix With Whites - Mission Support.
- Plea For Half-Caste Girls - Strong Criticism By Prof. Watson - Cowell Creek Station A "Pest Hole".
- Problem of Half-Caste Girls; Experiment At Woodville
- Lot Of Half-Castes In Service - Investigation Sought.
- Treatment Of Half-Caste Girls - Queensland Minister's Reply.
- Party Going To Study Natives - Aborigines' Resistance To Temperature Changes.
- Work Among Aborigines - Effects of Heat Changes - Musgrave Tests.
- Expedition To Central Australia - Anthropologists At Alice Springs - Rains Beautify Landscape.
- Anthropological Party's Work At Granites.
- University Anthropological Party At Alice Springs.
- Native's Smile Spoils Experiment - Anthropological Party Returns.
- Plans for Control Station for Aborigines - Government Aid Sought To Relieve Plight In Centre - Object to Check Exploitation Of Native Women - Submission To Church Assembly.
- Scientists In Central Australia - Strange Products Of "Dream Time" Worship - Fresh Light On Rock Drawings.
- Scientists In Central Australia - Happy, Carefree Life Of Uncivilised Aborigines - Perfect Physical Specimens.
- Aboriginal Sculptor - Fine Work Of Woman - Primitive Art.
- Stone-Age Men Of Today - Among Worora Blacks Of The North-West.
- Health Customs Of Aborigines - Dr. David Unaipon's Address.
- Digger Among the Natives.
- Preserving Native Race - Big Chance Has Come - Rev. J. Love On Ernabella - Leaves In May.
- Natives Are Dying Out - Big Increase In Half-Castes - Census Details.
- Survey of Laws For Aborigines Shows That Best Features Are Often Not Used.
- Professor's Long Search For Anthropological Data.
- Scientific Parties for Interior - Three Leave Shortly - Simpson Desert Goal of Two - Rumors Of Gold.
- Three Trips To Central Australia - University Men To Lead Expeditions.
- The Bone Of Death - Bush Voodoo That Kills - Black Man's Magic Aided By Fear Complex - Authentic Cases of Slayings By Australian Natives.
- Aboriginal Whose Favorite Poet Is Milton - David Unaipon Tells Story Of His Life.
- Anthropological Party Leaves Today - Study Of Native Customs At Neapabunna.
- Aboriginal Art and National Spirit - Gallery Director Favors Wider Use.
- Aborigines' Secret Life Symbolically Revealed in Their Art - Adelaide Man To Study More Paintings.
- Art Treasures in Our Native Wonderland.
- Aborigines Who Do Not Use Boomerangs.
- Arnhem Land Native Problems - Rev. J. H. Sexton And Anthropologists - Missions Defended - Opposition To Move For Ban.
- Valuable Research Among Natives - Anthropological Party Back From Interior.
- Education Of Native Races - Mr. Tindale On Work Of Modern Anthropologists.
- Expedition Leaves For Simpson Desert.
- Full Implications Of Native Control Move - Rev. J.H. Sexton Appointed Liaison Officer.
- Revised Scheme Of Aborigine Control - Liaison Officer Between Council And Government.
- Additions To Aborigines Council Favored.
- On Edge Of Desert - Expedition Begins Journey.
- Why The Crow Is Black - Legends And Customs Of Flinders Ranges Natives.
- Creating Reserve.
- Control Over Natives in Towns - Puzzle For Cabinet - Party Visiting Pt. Augusta - Sale Of Liquor.
- Talk on Little Known Native Tribe.
- 40 Years Among Tribes Of Our North-West Coast.
- Conditions Of Aborigines In City - Spread Of Disease Feared - City Council To Discuss Report.
- Compound For Aborigines - Removal From Towns Suggested.
- Research Work On Myall Aborigines - University Physiological Party Returns.
- Board Of Enquiry For Aborigines - Association Asks For Official Review.
- Research Committee On Aborigines - Personnel Announced.
- Administration Of Aborigines - Scathing Indictment By Professor Wood James.
- Churches Tell Views On Natives.
- Uniformity Sought - Move on Lines Of W.A. Act.
- The Aborigine
- Treatment of Aborigines - Professor Wood Jones Stricture Supported.
- Aborigines' Rights - Practical Results v. Good Intentions.
- Aborigine Policy Defended - Professor Answered By Agents-General - Efforts To Save Natives - "Treated With Kindness And Wisdom".
- Dr. Duguid On Lot Of Aborigines - Believes Government Would Like To See Them Die Out.
- Welfare of Aborigines - Federal Police To Be Revised - Strong Criticism By Dr. Thomson - Says Present System Inadequate.
- Not Fitted To Make Report - Mr. Blain's View On Dr. Thomson - Report On Aborigines Criticised.
- Aborigines Discuss Their Problems - Unique Conference Held In Adelaide - Future Of Race - Passing From Old Order To New.
- Aborigines Rights - Effect Of Settlers' Encroachments.
- Better Deal Sought For Natives.
- Time For Action.
- End Should Be Made Happy As Possible.
- One Control For Aborigines - Decision By Cabinet Next Week - Dr. Thomson's Proposals - Expert Opinion Varies.
- The Northern Coastguard.
- Cold Douche On Mooted Native Defence Aid - Smoke Signals Plan Called Unfeasible - Experts' Views - Aborigines Said To Be Unreliable.
- Aborigine Against Day Of Mourning - "A Huge Mistake," Says David Unaipon.
- Fallacies About The Aborigine - Dr. Thomson On Native Laws And Culture.
- Aboriginal Reserve At Ernabella Has Makings of A Proper Home for Them.
- Debt Which is Overdue To the People From Whom We Took a Whole Continent.
- Native Can't be Kept As Curiosity: Co-Operation In Outback Called Essential.
- Rock Carving of Crocodile - Outstanding Piece Of Aboriginal Art - May Be Removed To Museum.
- Fine Contribution To Our Knowledge Of The Blacks.
- Burial Rites and of the Aboriginal.
- Tragedy Of A Dying Race - Miss Bates's Contribution To National Problem.
- Native Rock Carving Is Very Old - Depicts Crocodile With Great Fidelity.
- Mineral Wealth Of N.T. - Dr. Woolnough To Conduct Ground Surveys - Leaves Today.
- Unusual Court In Interior - Evidence By Roadside And Campfire - Lasseter's Reef.
- To Explore Desert - Attempt in 1936 Contemplated - Mineral Hope.
- Dr. Madigan and Mineral Hopes of Interior.

The 7 newspaper photograph captions, titled:
- Mr. David Unaipon.
- Untitled photograph with reference to cave paintings.
- A Bust Restoration.
- This Bust.
- Anthropological Party Leaves For Neapabunna Mission; Led By Prof. J.B. Cleland.
- At Home With the Aborigines; To Save The Vanishing Aboriginal.
- Native Art Of Great Age; "The Panaramitee Crocodile."

Date Range 1934 - 1938    Quantity 5 cm, 1 album
Inventory Identifier 037500003 Box Number 3 Series 375
Catholic Congress and Catholic College at the University

This item contains 22 articles; 17 newspaper articles, 2 newspaper advertisements, 1 newspaper photograph and 2 envelopes, titled:
- Catholic College at University.
- Catholic Congress 1936.

The 17 newspaper articles, titled:
- Catholic Congress Opens Tomorrow - Education Sessions On Monday.
- Plea To Assist Church In Spain - Dr. Mannix Denounces Communists - Old Collegians Jubilee Dinner - Need For University Catholic College.
- Catholic Congress.
- Secular Education Criticised - Australia Said To Be Half-Paganised.
- Message Sent To Pope - Catholic Congress In Session - Education Problems.
- State Aid For Religious Schools - Catholic Congress Speeches - "Unjust Treatment In Australia" - Appeal To King Suggested.
- Pagan Forces In Universities - Appeal For Catholic Influence - Example Of Moral Conduct.
- Cost And Value Of Education - "Achievement Of The Catholic Church" - Congress Papers.
- Catholic Students In Universities - Undergraduates Must Keep Moral Law.
- Eucharistic Procession Tomorrow - 100,000 Expected In City - Open Air Benediction Service - Solemn Pageantry.
- Catholic College At University - Hopes For Early Establishment - \xA31,000 Already Subscribed - Announcement By Dr. Killian.
- Plan For College Commended - University View.
- Roman Catholic College - Plans Are Already Well Advanced - \xA31,000 Subscribed.
- 70,000 See Eucharistic Procession - Final Ceremony Of Catholic Congress - Thousands Take Part - Papal Blessing For Vast Congregation.
- Eucharistic Procession - Scene At Oval.
- Catholic Views On Education - Strong Criticism Of State Attitude - Taxes For Public Schools.
- Sites For Catholic College - Three Now Being Considered - Opening Next Year Likely.

The 2 newspaper advertisements, titled:
- All-Australian Catholic Education Congress.
- All-Australian Catholic Education Congress.

The 1 newspaper photograph caption, titled:
- Fifty Thousand.

Date Range 1936    Quantity 0.8 cm, 22 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500004 Box Number 4 Series 375
Free Education

This item contains 7 articles; 6 newspaper articles and 1 envelope, titled:
- Free Education 1936.

The 6 newspaper articles, titled:
- Labor President Defends Free Education.
- Bishop's Criticism Of Free Education - State System Defended
- Free Education.
- Points From Letters - Free Education Criticised.
- True Education.
- True Education.

Date Range 1936    Quantity 0.2 cm, 7 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500005 Box Number 4 Series 375
Entomological Club's Visit to Kangaroo Island

This item contains 5 articles; 4 newspaper articles and 1 envelope, titled:
- Entomologial Club Trip to Kangaroo Island - Nov. 1934

The 4 newspaper articles, titled:
- Insect Survey Of Flinders Chase.
- Insect Survey Of Flinders Chase [second article].
- Bones Of Extinct Animals Found - Discovery By Scientists On Kangaroo Island.
- Wild Life At K.I. Sanctuary - Stone Curlew Now Well Established - Birds Thriving.

Date Range 1934    Quantity 0.1 cm, 5 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500006 Box Number 4 Series 375
Elder Conservatorium Opera Performances

This item contains 68 articles; 47 newspaper advertisements, 16 newspaper articles and 5 envelopes, titled:
- Conservatorium Opera Performances - 1932: "Lochinvar", "Orpheus", "Faust"
1933: "Merrie England," "La Mascotte"
1934: "Faust".
- Conservatorium Opera - Orpheus and Faust - August 25th & 26th 1932.
- Opera Performance - Merrie England - May 20th 1933.
- "La Mascotte" - Nov. 23rd & 24th 1933.
- "Faust" - Conservatorium Opera Performance - June 27th & 28th 1934.

The 47 newspaper advertisements, titled:
- Elder Conservatorium Opera Performances - Orpheus; Faust.
- Theatre Royal - Lochinvar [15 advertisements].
- Theatre Royal - Merrie England [30 advertisements].
- University of Adelaide Elder Conservatorium - "La Mascotte".

The 16 newspaper articles, titled:
- Conservatorium Opera.
- "Lochinvar" In April.
- "Lochinvar" Next Saturday.
- Full Dress Rehearsal Of "Lochinvar" At Royal.
- "Lochinvar' At Theatre Royal - Convervatorium Opera Class Performance.
- Elder Conservatorium To Produce "Merrie England".
- "Merrie England" - Plans Open Tomorrow.
- Students In Opera - "Merrie England".
- "Merrie England".
- "Merrie England" Revival.
- Dresses In "Merrie England".
- "Merrie England".
- Untitled article with reference to Mr. H. Winsloe Hall giving two invitation performances of "La Mascotte".
- Untitled article with reference to Mr. H. Winsloe Hall giving two invitation performances of "La Mascotte" [second article].
- Untitled article with reference to the names of the cast members in leading roles for the Opera "Faust".
- Heavy Bookings For "Faust".

Date Range 1932 - 1934    Quantity 0.4 cm, 68 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500007 Box Number 4 Series 375
University Jubilee

This item contains 4 articles; 3 newspaper articles [oversize items located in Map Cabinet] and 1 envelope, titled:
- Jubilee 1876 - 1926.

The 3 newspaper articles, titled:
- The University - Jubilee Celebrations.
- The University Jubilee - Coming Celebrations - A Story of Beginnings.
- The University.

Date Range 1926    Quantity 0.2 cm, 4 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500008 Box Number 4 Series 375
Waite Institute Research Results

This item contains 6 newspaper articles, titled:
- Improving Permanent Pastures On Swamps - Experiments With Grasses On Murray Irrigation Area - Seeds Mixture Recommended.
- Cultivation Of Barley - Effect Of Nitrogenous Fertilisers On Yield - Evidence From Experiments.
- Need For Inventory Of Land Resources - How Soil Surveys Could Ensure Greatest Returns - Progress In Australia.
- Trends In Irrigation Research And Practice - Interesting Developments In Australian Settlements - Saving On The Water Bill. [2 copies of article]
- Cause And Occurrence Of Insect Pests - Weather Plays Important Part In Controlling Their Numbers - Winter Sprays Advised. [2 copies of article]
- Measures To Combat The Lucerne Flea - Experiments At Waite Institute Reveal Metholds Of Complete Control - Clearing Infested Areas. [2 copies of article]

Date Range 1933    Quantity 1 cm, 6 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500009 Box Number 5 Series 375
Agriculture Newspaper Clippings

This item contains 41 articles; 40 newspaper articles and 2 newspaper photograph caption, titled:
- New Director Of Animal . . . . . . . Laboratory Arrives.
- Prof. Brailsford Robertson, Ph.D., D.Sc.

The 40 newspaper articles, titled:
- Profesor Seeks Perfect Pasture Feed.
- Empire Marketing - Activities Of Board - Publicity, Research , Co-Operation.
- Heavier Fleeces - Valuable Research Work - Australian-Wide Tests.
- Advisory Council Of Science And Industry - State Problems Discussed - Production, Taxation, and Industrial Conditions.
- Scientists Study Animal Nutrition - Professor Explains How Feed Values Fluctuate - Deficiencies Corrected.
- Sheep Licks Counterbalance Soil Deficiency - Much S.E. Land Lacks Phosphoric Acid - Licks Used Where Top-Dressing Too Costly - Strengthens Bones.
- Animal Nutrition - Value Of Bloodmeal - Assists Wool Production.
- Diamond Finds - Alluvial Deposits Best - South Australian Discoveries.
- Vital Development In Sheep Raising - Success From Late Prof. Robertson's Researches - Great Importance To Industry.
- Science Applied To Production - Enquiries To Be Made In England.
- Animal Health - New Federal Department.
- Scientific Research - Public Interest Shown - Large Monetary Gifts.
- Scientific Research - Work Of The Council - Problems Being Investigated.
- How Scientists Are Helping to Improve the Fleece.
- Wool Yield Increased By 30 Per Cent - Supplementary Ration Costs Tenpence a Head - Amazing Result Of Experiment - Far-Reaching Effect On Pastoral Industry.
- Drought Relief By Science - C/th. Research To Find New Sheep Foods.
- Scientific Drought Relief - Search For Supplementary Sheep Food - Experiments With Proteins.
- Increasing The Wool Clip.
- Wonderful Story Of How Professor Saved Starving Sheep - Feeding Tests Will Mean More Wealth To Pastoral Industry - Great Work Of Prof. Brailsford Robertson - What Blood Meal And Rock Phosphate Did.
- Scientists Strive To Increase The Wool.
- "Agricultural Education A Paramount Necessity In S.A." - Advisory Board Defends Govt. Experimental Farms - "Benefits Of Roseworthy Wheat Breeding Immeasurable" - Professor Richardson Replies To Critics.
- Drought Not Broken - Visit to Pastoral Country.
- Agricultural Research - Work At Roseworthy - Of Paramount Importance.
- Increased Production - How To Obtain It - Address by Professor Richardson.
- More Progressive Farmers Needed For State's Development - Professor Richardson Urges Propaganda To Reach Second-Rate Farmers - "Improved Methods Bring Higher Yields In Sub-Normal Seasons" - Cost Must Be Cut To Meet Competition.
- Whaling By-Product May Be Big Asset To Sheep Industry - Should Provide Meat Meal For Hand Feeding Flocks - Use May Be Of Immense Value To Australia - Animal Nutrition Chief Optimistic.
- Rewards Of Science - Indifferent and Ungrateful Public - What We Owe To Research.
- Penny Wise, Pound Foolish Policy - Discouragement Of Research Condemned - "Reduces Productivity".
- Small Insect Causes Disease That Destroys Tomatoes - Serious Loss Has Caused Many Growers To Cease Raising Outdoor Crops - Control Methods Have Not Given Encouraging Results - Culprit Known As Black Carnation Thrip.
- Animal Nutrition And Wool Growth.
- Pastoral Research.
- Value Of Pastoral Research Work.
- Science To Attack Sheep Problems - Feeding And Disease - Tests In 3 States.
- Coast Disease To Be Examined - Field Station On Kangaroo Island.
- Wool Research - Building To Be Erected - Sheep At University - Pastoralists Will Benefit.
- Research On K.I. - Will Help Pastoralists.
- Insects To Banish Bracken Fern - Investigations Being Made - Bad In South-East.
- Value Of Research - Chairman of Council Outlines Important Work - Will Help For Producers.
- Drought Fodders - Research Work Continuing.
- Saltbush Grows Better in Settled Areas Than Outback - Waite Institute Tests - Phalaris Tuberosa Provides Best Pasture - Effect Of Nitrogenous Manures On Wheat And Barley.

Date Range 1929 - 1931    Quantity 1 cm, 42 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500010 Box Number 5 Series 375
Arthur Richard Alderman - Evening Lecturer of Geology and Mineralogy

This item contains 1 newspaper article written by A.R. Alderman, titled:
- Geochemistry of Boron.

Date Range 1936    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500011 Box Number 6 Series 375
Colin Robert Badger - Tutor in Economic History/ Economics

This item contains 3 newspaper articles written by C.R. Badger, titled:
- If War Breaks Out In Abyssinia.
- Italian Sanctions On Words.
- Fascist Regime Criticised - Address At Women's Non-Party Meeting.

Date Range 1935 - 1936    Quantity 0.1 cm, 3 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500012 Box Number 6 Series 375
Robert Cecil Bald - Lecturer in English Language and Literature

This item contains 4 articles; 2 newspaper articles written by R.C. Bald and 2 newspaper articles concerning R.C. Bald, titled:
- The King's English - Adelaide Authorities Discuss its Misuse.
- Poets As Friends.

The 2 newspaper articles written by R.C. Bald, titled:
- Modernist Poets.
- What is an Australian? - Practical Virtues Developed.

Date Range 1929 - 1933    Quantity 0.1 cm, 4 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500013 Box Number 6 Series 375
Robert Roy Pitty Barbour - Evening Lecturer in Ethics/Philosophy

This item contains 5 articles; 1 newspaper article written by Mr. Barbour and 4 newspaper articles concerning Mr. Barbour, titled:
- Mr. R.R.P. Barbour - Master of St Andrew's.
- Where Democracy Can Learn From Nazism.
- Idealist Ethics - An Excellent Introductory Study.
- University Men in Politics: Opportunity to Combat Party Prejudice - Mr. R.R. Barbour's Views.

The 1 newspaper article written by Mr. Barbour, titled:
- Pre - School Child - Greater Scope Soon For Kindergartens.

Date Range 1931 - 1938    Quantity 0.1 cm, 5 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500014 Box Number 6 Series 375
Tom Elder Barr Smith - Member of the University of Adelaide Council

This item contains 1 copy of the Chancellor's Address to the Council concerning the death of Mr. T.E. Barr Smith.

Date Range 1941    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500015 Box Number 6 Series 375
Rupert Jethro Best - Chemist at the Waite Institute

This item contains 1 newspaper article written by R.J. Best, titled:
- Investigation Of Virus Diseases.

Date Range 1938    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500016 Box Number 6 Series 375
Sir William Henry Bragg - Professor of Mathematics and Physics

This item contains 2 newspaper articles concerning Sir W. Bragg, titled:
- For Icecream - And Steel; X-ray Experiments by Sir W. Bragg - To Help Trade.
- Theories Of Light - The Supreme Fact of Nature.

Date Range 1931 - 1933    Quantity 0.1 cm, 2 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500017 Box Number 6 Series 375
Philip Byron Burden - Student of Engineering (Degree Not Completed))

This item contains 2 newspaper articles concerning Mr. P.B. Burden, titled:
- Young Engineer's Plans - Adelaide Student Gets Position In England.
- Development Of Diesel Engine - Large Savings Possible By Use In Railways.

Date Range 1932    Quantity 0.1 cm, 2 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500018 Box Number 6 Series 375
Roy Stanley Burdon - Lecturer in Physics

This item contains 25 newspaper articles written by R.S. Burdon, titled:
- New Data On Corrosion.
- Early Workers In Electricity.
- Hot Water Circulation.
- Limits To Strength In Materials - Efforts To Produce Substance Stronger Than Steel - Sex Hormone Discovery.
- Dangers In Sulphur - Bearing Fogs.
- Pipe Lines For Wireless Waves.
- Washing Smoke And Drying Fog.
- Problems Of Food Transport.
- Borderland Between Solid And Liquid.
- Properties Of Tiny Drops Of Water.
- Still An Unsolved Problem - The Earth's Magnetism.
- Use Of Sieves, Filters And Membranes.
- Place Of Air - Conditioning In Life Today.
- The Mirage And Allied Effects.
- Progress On World's Largest Telescope - Amazing Sensitivity Of Photo - Electric Cell In Auxiliary Apparatus - Digestive Gland Research.
- Microscopy And Ultra - Violet Light; Efforts To Extend Magnification And Resolving Power - Treatment Of Sea Water.
- New Tones In Electrical Music.
- Magnetic Materials In Industry.
- Study Of The Surface Of Things.
- Research Into Everyday Affairs.
- Production of Invisible Plate - Glass.
- Luminescent Solids and Their Uses.
- Fog Problems and Modern Transport.
- Lubricating Oils And "Dope".
- Luminescent Materials And Their Uses.


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Date Range 1936 - 1939    Quantity 3 cm, 25 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500019 Box Number 6 Series 375
Arthur Lang Campbell - Dean of the Faculty of Law and The Bonython Professor

This item contains 4 articles; 1 newspaper article written by Professor Campbell and 3 newspaper articles concerning Professor Campbell, titled:
- Inter-Imperial Relations - Professor Campbell On Dangers Of Conventions.
- No Sovereign Power.
- Institute Of Public Administration - Speakers at Conference.

The 1 newspaper article written by Professor Campbell, titled:
- Trial By Jury - Professor's Critical Survey - "Twelve Good Men" In History.

Date Range 1932 - 1936    Quantity 0.1 cm, 4 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500020 Box Number 6 Series 375
Thomas Draper Campbell - Lecturer on Dental Anatomy & Secretary of the Board of Anthropological Research

This item contains 8 articles; 2 newspaper article concerning Dr. Campbell and 6 newspaper articles written by Dr. T.D. Campbell, titled:
- Research Into Native Customs - Work Of Anthropological Expedition- Further Valuable Information.
- Out Among the People.
- Quaint And Extraordinary Uses of Teeth.
- Learning Man's History From His Teeth.
- Facts About the Mechanics of Eating.
- Facial Make - Up Without Any Cosmetics.

The 1 newspaper article concerning Dr. Campbell, titled:
- Local Doctor Writes Full Operatic Score.
- Bird Life On The Diamantina - Changes Wrought By Floodwaters.

Date Range 1932 - 1936    Quantity 0.2 cm, 8 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500021 Box Number 6 Series 375
Robert William Chapman - Professor of Engineering

This item contains 17 articles; 1 copy of the minutes on the death of Professor Sir Robert Chapman and 16 newspaper articles concerning R.W. Chapman, titled:
- Stellar Universe - Lecture By Professor Chapman.
- Astronomical Society.
- Stellar Wonders - Lecture by Professor Chapman.
- Immensity Of The Heavens.
- Universal Power.
- Dickens on Science - " 'Umbugology".
- Seeing Non-Existent Stars - Professor's Talk Of Marvels Of Heavens - Worlds In Space.
- The Stars And The Universe.
- Brains Of Egyptians - Feats Told by Professor - Rock Hewn.
- Modern Jonah.
- New Guinea - Student's Paper Published.
- Dodging Tides Explained.
- Plea for Hands Off The Calendar.
- Both Went in Together.
- Professor Favors Calendar Reform.
- Revision Of The Calendar - South American Proposal.

Date Range 1929 - 1937    Quantity 0.2 cm, 17 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500022 Box Number 6 Series 375
Edward Vincent Clark - Lecturer in Electrical Engineering

This item contains 15 newspaper articles written by Mr. E.V. Clark, titled:
- New Developments In Industrial Lighting - Advantages Of Mercury Discharge Lamps - Immunity To Infection.
- Perfecting Cineradiograph Apparatus.
- Insulated Wires.
- Carrying High Pressures By Underground Cable.
- Reducing The World's Rust Bill.
- Does Everything Depend On Chance?
- New Principle of Micro - Gap Switch.
- What Exactly Is Hardness In Material?
- The Moon In Fact And Fancy.
- How Primitive Races Fix The Seasons.
- Fluorescence And The Black Lamp.
- Better Street Illumination At Night.
- Electric Drive of Big Ships of Today.
- Making Use of Pulverised Coal.
- Lighting One - Way Traffic Roads.

Date Range 1936 - 1939    Quantity 2 cm, 15 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500023 Box Number 6 Series 375
John Burton Cleland - The George Richard Marks Professor of Pathology

This item contains 44 articles; 28 newspaper articles written by Mr. Cleland and 16 newspaper articles concerning J.B. Cleland, titled:
- Australian Flora Dying Out - Foreign Plants Spreading.
- Aborigines Offer Many Problems - Scientists Hope To Solve Them.
- Native Baking Of Grass Seeds - How They Are Dehusked.
- Rare Fungus At Clarence Park.
- Need For Holiday Camp Sanitation - Professor Cleland's Advice.
- Australian Natives Racially Pure.
- 5 New Plants in State - Two Named After S.A. Scientists - Desert Species.
- Effect Of Weather On Health.
- Mushrooms About - But Beware of Strange Species.
- Ill-Treatment Of Aborigines - Two S.A. Members On Board Of Enquiry - Prof. Cleland Invited To Be Chairman - Rev. J.H. Sexton's Appointment.
- Another "Secret" Inquiry.
- Untitled newspaper article with reference to Prof. J.B. Cleland elected president at the annual meeting.
- Book On Three Adelaide Reserves.
- Ornithologists' Congress In November.
- Untitled newspaper article with reference to the annual meeting held in Melbourne.
- Reservoir Treated To Remove Smell From Water Supplies.

The 28 newspaper articles written by Mr. Cleland, titled:
- Natives Of Central Australia - Relief Of Drought Distress.
- Yeast In Human Tissues.
- New Aspects Of Hydrophobia.
- Epidemic Outbreaks And Health Reforms - How Present Day Knowledge Traces Origins Of Disease.
- Future Holds Hopes For Cancer Control; Nature Of Process - Predisposing Causes - What Is Being Done Today.
- Yellow Fever Problems.
- What Happens When We Have A Cold In The Head - How Defences Of The Upper Air Passages Are Assailed.
- Nature Of Identical Twins.
- Destruction Of Red Blood Cells.
- Scientists In Central Australia-Natives' Attitude To White Man's Medicine - Beauty Of Spinifex Country.
- Scientists In Central Australia - How Natives Sustain Life Where White Men Would Starve; Small Yields For Much Labor.
- Early Man Still Veiled In Mystery.
- Why Is Man The Lord Of Creation?
- Evidence Of Great Australian Native Trade Route.
- Insects' Part In Spread Of Disease.
- The Amazing Architecture Of Teeth.
- The Changing World In Disease.
- Veterinary Work To Aid Study Of Mankind.
- Our Blood Has Its Own Police Force.
- New Research Work On Malaria.
- Right Food To Protect Teeth From Decaying.
- What Is Cause Of Rheumatic Fever?
- Risks Run By Community Animals.
- Fungi and the Production of Disease in Man.
- Protection Against Smallpox.
- How Australia Missed Being Disease - Free.
- Typhus Fevers in Australia.
- Insects in the Control of Disease.

Date Range 1931 - 1939    Quantity 3 cm, 44 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500024 Box Number 7 Series 375
William Ternent Cooke - Lecturer in Chemistry

This item contains 40 articles; 37 newspaper articles written by W.T. Cooke and 3 newspaper articles concerning W.T. Cooke, titled:
- Secret Work Succeeds - Fertiliser by Sea Water Process - Will Cut Cost.
- Coal Oil Fuel For Navy.
- Progress Of Science.

The 37 newspaper articles written by W.T. Cooke, titled:
- King Coal Still Undeposed.
- Relative Ages Of Coal - Interpretation Of "Young" And "Old".
- Waste And Utilisation - How Science Has Applied Methods Of Recovery.
- Reasons For Optimism About S.A. Industries.
- Hydrogenation - Its Progress And Outlook - Practical And Economic Factors Involved In Process - Hybrids and Chimeras.
- Hazards In Industry.
- Man's Imitation Of Nature's Lavish Display Of Colour.
- Production And Use Of Power Alcohol.
- Alternative Methods Of Converting Coal Into Oils.
- Low Temperature Carbonisation.
- A Robot Cigarette Smoker.
- Important Uses Of Salt.
- The Relative Importance Of Lead.
- Platinum.
- Gaseous Combustion.
- Supplies Of Lubricating Oil.
- Bottled Butane.
- Longer Life For Razor Blades.
- Science Comes To The Aid Of The Law.
- What The World Pays For Water.
- Nature Yields Rare Elements To Serve Man.
- Man Modifies Nature To Suit Himself.
- Complexities Of Structure In Substances.
- Quest for Best Refrigeration Medium.
- Importance Of Supply Of Raw Materials.
- Science Investigates Cigarette Smoke.
- Conservation Of Supplies Of Iron Ore.
- Use of Natural Supplies of Carbon Dioxide.
- Production Of Carbon Dioxide Gas.
- Possibilities Of Kelp Industry.
- Perception Of Odors From Substances.
- The World's Supplies Of Raw Material.
- Production of Chlorinated Rubber.
- Problem of the Household Fireplace.
- Sulphur as an Agent in Corrosion.
- The Tin Industry In History. (plus another copy of same article).
- Relative Importance Of Raw Materials.

Date Range 1932 - 1939    Quantity 4 cm, 40 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500025 Box Number 7 Series 375
Miss Mary Hope St. Clair Crampton - Assistant Lecturer and Tutor in French Language

This item contains 1 newspaper article concerning Miss H. Crampton, titled
- The Classical Association.

Date Range 1930    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500026 Box Number 7 Series 375
Constance Muriel Davey - Evening Lecturer in Psychology and Logic

This item contains 8 newspaper articles, titled:
- Individual Coaching In 16 State Schools - Psychological Study of Those Who Lag in Class.
- Child Psychology - Opportunity Classes Help - Work Of Dr. Davey.
- Helping Backward School Children.
- Educating Backward Children.
- Vocational Guidance in Education Department.
- Untitled newspaper article with reference to child guidance clinics working under the direction of a medical adviser, psychologist and social worker.
- Council For Mental Hygiene.
- Meetings To Come - Mental Hygiene.

Date Range 1929 - 1938    Quantity 0.1 cm, 8 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500027 Box Number 7 Series 375
Edward Harold Davies - The Elder Professor of Music and Director of the Elder Conservatorium

This item contains 16 articles; 8 newspaper articles concerning Dr. Davies, 1 newspaper photograph and 7 newspaper articles written by Dr. E.H. Davies, titled:
- Claims of Music - Encouraging Youthful Talent.
- Musicians Who Are Not Prodigies - Plea For Gifted Children - Dr. Davies' Moving Picture.
- What Ails The World? - Dispel The Vague And Illusory Fear - Real Christianity.
- What Ails The World? - Seeking Distraction - The Reign Of Fear.
- What Ails The World? - Science And Human Responsibility - Mental Conflict.
- Centenary Keynote - "Complete Unity Of Aim And Purpose" - "Clarion Call To High Festival".
- Music In Early Days - Amusements For Pioneers.

The 8 newspaper articles concerning Dr. Davies, titled:
- Musicians Who Merit Help - Young Adelaide Performers - Dr. Davies' Choice.
- Claims Of Music - Financial Aid For Creative Artists.
- Familiar Figures - Dr. Harold Davies, Professor of Music.
- Musical Genius Of Adelaide Boy - Discovery Like Fairy Story - Nine Years Old.
- Jazz Music - Dr. Davies Critical.
- Plea For Musical Training - Dr. Davies On Effect Of "Mechanical Juggernaut" - Comparison With Cricket.
- Percy Grainger On Music - Unorthodox Views, Says Dr. Davies -Jazz A Clever Affectation.
- Newly-Found Mozart Manuscript - "Adelaide" Concerto To Be Performed Here.

The 1 newspaper photograph caption, titled:
- Then And Now.

Date Range 1931 - 1935    Quantity 0.2 cm, 16 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500028 Box Number 7 Series 375
George Frederick Dodwell - Government Astronomer and Member of Adelaide Observatory Committee

This item contains 6 newspaper articles, titled:
- Probable New Comet - Mr. Dodwell Finds Strange Star - Visible To Eye.
- How New Comet Was Found - Discovery Made by Photographs - Look-Out Kept.
- Latitude And Longitude - Address By Government Astronomer.
- Solidity Of The Earth's Core - Not A New Theory, Says Mr. Dodwell.
- Sun-Spots Blamed For Earthquakes - May Be A Coincidence Observatory Thinks - World- Wide Disturbance.
- Thirty-Five Years Among The Stars - Government Astronomer Looks Back.

Date Range 1931 - 1934    Quantity 0.2 cm, 6 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500029 Box Number 7 Series 375
Constance Margaret Eardley - Curator of the Herbarium

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Exposes the Family Secrets Of Unicellular Algae.

Date Range 1938    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500030 Box Number 7 Series 375
Charles Albert Edward Fenner - Lecturer in Geography

This item contains 15 articles; 6 newspaper articles concerning Dr. Fenner and 9 newspaper articles written by Dr. Fenner, titled:
- Is 28th Correctly Named?-Commemoration Say Historians.
- Pacific Crossroads - Hawaii a Polyglot Island.
- Spain in California.
- America and Youth Employment.
- Across Western America.
- Education Without Books.
- An Australian in South Africa.
- Following the Trail of Edward John Eyre - Grandson's Visit Recalls the Work of a Famous and Intrepid Explorer.
- Education: Simple Views on a Complex Problem.

The 6 newspaper articles concerning Dr. Fenner, titled:
- Familiar Figures - Dr. Charles Fenner - Modest Educationist.
- Is it a Mistake to Keep Putting People on Land? - Prof. Cannan Fears World Will be Over Supplied with Food.
- "Goolwa Must be a Big Port" - Is Natural Outlet for Murray Valley - Dr. Fenner's Forecast.
- Untitled article with reference to a book by Dr. Charles Fenner entitled "Bunyips and Billabongs"
- Australia's Great River System - Fairly Extensive Scope for Irrigation.
- Torrens Older than Mt. Lofty Ranges - River Cut Through Hills as They Rose.

Date Range 1931 - 1939    Quantity 1 cm, 15 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500031 Box Number 8 Series 375
John Aloysius fitzHerbert - Hughes Professor of Classics and Comparative Philology & Literature

This item contains 4 newspaper articles concerning Professor J.A. fitzHerbert, titled:
- Adelaide Men Say "Cen-tenary".
- Pronunciation of Adelaide.
- Classical Association.
- Untitled article with reference to Prof FitzHerbert's paper on "Some Notes on the Pronunciation of English Words of Latin Origin"

Date Range 1934    Quantity 0.1 cm, 4 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500032 Box Number 8 Series 375
William H. Foote - Conductor of South Australian Orchestra

This item contains 1 newspaper article concerning Mr. W.H. Foote, titled:
- Music: A Beautiful Art - Conductor Deplores Lack of Encouragement.

Date Range 1931    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500033 Box Number 8 Series 375
John Manson Garland - Lecturer in Economics

This item contains 4 newspaper articles written by J.M. Garland, titled:
- We're a Counter in a Great Game of Snakes and Ladders.
- Economist Advocates Higher Exchange - "Would Fit Immediate Needs of Australia".
- Empire Currency: Gold or Sterling?
- Fugitives of Finance.

Date Range 1932    Quantity 0.2 cm, 4 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500034 Box Number 8 Series 375
Herbert William Gartrell - Lecturer in Mining Engineering

This item contains 2 newspaper articles concerning Mr. Gartrell, titled:
- Lecturer Explains Method of Extracting Gold.
- Mining Conference Begins Tomorrow - 50 Delegates to Inspect W.A. Mines.

Date Range 1931 - 1933    Quantity 0.1 cm, 2 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500035 Box Number 8 Series 375
Frank Goldby - Elder Professor of Anatomy and Histology

This item contains 8 articles; 3 newspaper articles concerning Prof. Goldby and 5 newspaper articles written by Prof. F. Goldby, titled:
- Mental and Physical Processes.
- Chemical Factors in Growth and Development.
- Formation and Development of Bone.
- Mapping the Structure of the Brain.
- The Later Growth of Bone.

The 3 newspaper articles concerning Prof. Goldby, titled:
- News In Brief - Council For Mental Hygiene.
- No Trace of Violent Death - Professor Goldby Examines Gepp's Cross Skeleton.
- Disposal of Gepp's Cross Skeleton.

Date Range 1937 - 1939    Quantity 0.3 cm, 8 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500036 Box Number 8 Series 375
Kerr Grant - Elder Professor of Physics

This item contains 135 articles; 75 newspaper articles concerning Professor Grant and 60 newspaper articles written by Professor Grant, titled:
- Athletics in Terms of Mechanics.
- Untitled article with reference to Prof. Grant's invitation by the Editor of the paper to take up the pen for the "Rufus" column.
- Science Through a Camera - Rifle Bullet in Flight.
- Science Through a Camera - Snow Mushroom.
- Science Through a Camera - Photography of Sound Waves.
- Science Through a Camera - Lightning Deceives the Eye.
- Science Through a Camera - Harmonograph Figures.
- Science Through a Camera - Tracks of Alpha Rays.
- Science Through a Camera - Gigantic Arc on Opening an Air Switch on 116,000 Volt Line.
- Science Through a Camera - Crystal Interference Figures in Polarised Light.
- Science Through a Camera - Ice Crystallites.
- Possible Rival To X-Rays - What Will Be Done With Neutrons? - "Super-Chemistry Of Future".
- Atom No Longer Indivisible - How Matter Is Reduced To Primitive Elements - Each Akin To Solar System.
- Flying Particles Of Energy - What Science Has Discovered - Can Be Photographed
- Philospher's Stone Is Still A Myth - Transmutation Accomplished, But In Vain - No Power From Splitting The Atom.
- Universe Expanding Visibly - Star Systems Flying Outward At Prodigious Speed - How Science Touches Everyday Life.
- 'Out among the People' (Newspaper Column).
- Science to Help Finance.
- 'Out among the People' (Newspaper Column).
- Adelaide's Hospitality.
- Oliver Twist Great Novel - Professor's Opinion.
- Symmetry in Nature and Art - Physical Conditions That Influence Our Aesthetic Judgement - Scientific Uses Of Salt.
- New Experiments In High Pressure Research - Remarkably Violent Chemical Reactions Achieved - More Data On Corrosion.
- Electrical Music Now Established Fact - Latest Developments In Construction Of Instruments - Problems Of Yellow Fever.
- How Fire-Walkers Go Unscathed - Explanations Of An Apparently Amazing Feat - New Aspects Of Rabies.
- Riddle Of Cosmic Radiation - Science Seeks To Find Nature And Origin of Significant Rays - Platinum And Its History.
- Association Of Life With Optical Activity.
- Law Versus Chance In Physics And Biology - Limits of Causality For Lifeless And For Living Things - Nerves And Impulses.
- Water Divination Fallacies and Illusions.
- Revision Of Electrical Units.
- Response Of Mercury To Vibratory Forces - Curious And Beautiful Effects - Technical Aspects.
- The Story of Polarised Light.
- A New Biological Weapon - Action Of Neutron Rays Upon Living Matter - Origin Of Species.
- Comets Mysterious Still to Science.
- New Kind Of Electron-Multiplier - Invention That Opens Up Many Amazing Possibilities - Distribution Of Isotopes.
- A Remarkable Star Is Found - Enormous Density Of Its Material Astonishes Astronomical World - Geochemistry Of Boron.
- Basic Scientific Law Questioned - Hopes Of Future Cheap Power Raised - - - and Abandoned - Insulation For Wires.
- Direction - Finding By Sound And Its Practicabilities.
- Cohesion - - - Recent Theories and Experiments.
- Is The Earth A Faulty Timekeeper?
- Precision in Measurement; Speed of Light.
- What Television Owes to Early Discovery.
- Speculations on Birth and Death of the Universe.
- First Signs Of New Dawns.
- Time - - - The Unsolved Riddle.
- Problem of Mountains of the Moon.
- Anomalies In Force Of Gravity.
- Investigation Of Subject Of Alloys.
- Effect Of Sun On Events On Earth.
- Researches Aid Aeronautical Industry.
- Characteristic Features Of A Tornado.
- Discussion of Winds, Waves And Currents.
- Transport Of Sand By The Wind.
- Importance Of Problems Of Visibility.
- Facts Behind Einstein's Latest Theory.
- A New Kind of Radioactivity - Discovery of Atomic Explosions.
- Photography Of The Solar Corona.
- Utilisation of Atomic Power.
- Big Artillery In Action On The Atom.
- Mystery of the Aurora -Theories Old and New.

The 75 newspaper articles concerning Professor Grant, titled:
- Huge Meteorite In Central Australia - Scientists Excited by Discovery of Craters - Second Largest In World - National Reserve Suggested.
- Does Mankind Lag Behind Science? - Professor's View Supported - "Fine Challenge To Churches" - Principal Kiek Agrees.
- End Of World Not Due - "No Need to Worry," Says Prof. Grant.
- "Australians Musical Barbarians" - Wireless May Help Us, Says Prof. Kerr Grant.
- Human Wave Length - Adelaide Scientists Doubt Theory.
- Bishop Supports Professor.
- What Does Future Hold - Prof. Kerr Grant Looks Into the Crystal - But Talks Valves.
- A Professor Relaxes.
- Riddle Of The Universe.
- Scientists at Loggerheads - Is Prof. Kerr Grant Right When He Says Einstein Is Wrong?
- University Students Design Machines for Tomorrow.
- Fragment Of Meteortie? - What Boys Discovered In Potato Patch - Payneham Find - Scientists Curious.
- 'Something Out Of A Kiln' - Professor On Boys' "Meteor".
- Big Meteorite In South - Many See Vivid Spectacle - Non Found Yet - May Be In Hills.
- Meteorite Not Genuine - Closer Examination Of Boy's Find.
- "Found Piece Of Meteorite" - Saw It Fall, Says Payneham Boy - Silvery Metal.
- Choking Cloud Over City - Dust From Denuded North Lands, Says Professor - 400,000 Tons
- Professor's Speed Test
- Untitled article with reference to Prof. Grant addressing members of the Society of Model and Experimental Engineers.
- Says Science Will Banish Social Evils - Professor Kerr Grant's View Of Future - Betting Assailed.
- Notable Science Discovery.
- Then And Now.
- Science Measures World's Noises - Lion's Roar Same As Niagara Falls - Effect Of Traffic Din.
- What the Farm Will Be Like in 50 Years.
- Meteorite Found At Kyancutta - Weighs 72 Pounds.
- Untitled article with reference to Prof. Grant's view on 'How shall we live in 1980, A.D.'
- Prof. Kerr Grant to Tell About Atom Splitting.
- Man Far Behind Science - "Not Very Intelligent," Says Professor - But Better Off Today.
- "Too Hypothetical" Says Kerr Grant.
- We May See At Night - Through Infra-red Research - Eyes Like Cats.
- Glass Of Water Could Drive Liner - Rotarians Fascinated As Professor Talks On Atoms.
- Mystery Of Neutron=Ray - How Will It Be Used - Possibilities Unknown.
- Professor Kerr Grant Explains - "Not Affected By Electric Or Magnetic Fields".
- New Ray Discovered - "Greatest Since X=Ray" "Most Penetrating Known" - Professor Kerr Grant's Part In Research.
- New Death Ray? More Powerful Than Radium - Cosmic Origin?
- Scientist's Story Of Neutron Ray - "We Are All Very Excited".
- Might Miss Its Mark - Hazard of Rocket Project.
- Professor Kerr Grant's Articles.
- Secret Of New Ray Hidden - "No Practical Use," Says Discoverer - Strange Behaviour.
- Adelaide Professor Will Try Soon to Split the Atom.
- Mystery Of Cosmic Rays - Would Kill At 100 Miles If Concentrated.
- Alarm Caused By Meteorite - Explosion Heard In North - May Have Fallen Near Snowtown.
- Shower Of Meteors In Antarctic - Said To Be Greatest Since That Of Leonids In 1833.
- Death From The Air - Civilians and Next War - Expert's Views.
- Is Dry Weather Due To Sunspots? - Authorities Express Doubt - Droughts In Many Countries.
- Meteorite Puzzle - Seen At Peterborough And Port Broughton.
- Disintegration Of The Atom - Professor Kerr Grant On Claim Of Italian Scientist.
- Disintegration Of The Atom - Claim By Italian Scientist.
- Scientist's Plea For New Morality - Sir James Jeans On New Physics.
- Mechanism That Obeys Commands - Telling The Lamp To Light.
- Man Far Behind Science - Hierarchy Of Scientists.
- Antarctic Wireless Transmission - Signaller Will Keep In Touch With Low Power Set.
- Professor Kerr Grant On New Discoveries - Latest Results In Atomic Transmutation.
- Enormous Tast Of Astronomers - Studying Variations In Latitude - Dr. Kimura In Adelaide.
- World Cry For Speed - Influence of New Land Record - Improved Cars.
- With The Mackay Expedition - Search For Meteorite.
- Science Research And Industry - Professor Kerr Grant Stresses Importance.
- How To Keep Bread Fresh - Hint For Housewives.
- Future Of Radio - Progress Likely To Be Moderate - Prof. Grant's View.
- Adelaide Welcomes Royalty 50 Years Hence - Probable Spectacle Told by Professor.
- Untitled article with reference to Prof. Kerr Grant's lecture on the 'Analysis of Light'.
- Do Miracles Happen?
- Will Allow Examination Of Cell Structure.
- Mysteries Of Atmosphere - Vast Layer Of Hot Air Revealed By Scientist - Profound Effect On Radio Research.
- "Anomaly Hitherto Unexplained" - Prof. Kerr Grant on Discovery.
- Unfortunate History Of "Death Rays" - Professor Sceptical Of French Invention.
- New Invention At 80 - Tesla's Remarkable Record.
- Effort To Re-Enact Klemzig Tragedy - Elaborate Test by Police and Scientists.
- New Development In Radio Technique.
- Why South Australia Must Keep To Its Own Time.
- Professor Dashes Hopes of Our Becoming Invisible.
- Benefit To Public Health - Professor's Praise Of Motor Cars.
- Science And Miracles.
- Do Miracles Happen?
- Which Way do You Sleep?

Date Range 1927 - 1940    Quantity 2 cm, 135 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500037 Box Number 8 Series 375
William Keith Hancock - Professor of Modern History

This item contains 25 articles; 11 newspaper articles concerning Professor Hancock and 13 newspaper articles written by Prof. Hancock and 1 envelope titled:
- Articles Concerning Prof. Hancock 15-3-32 to. . . .

The 13 newspaper articles written by Prof Hancock, titled:
- True Position In Germany - Professor Hancock, Of Adelaide, Probes Beneath The Surface - Despair Which Threatens An Early Upheaval.
- No Centralisation In Norway - Small Holdings and Small Cities - Cleanliness And Simplicity.
- One Of Europe's Show Places - Stockholm's Great Town Hall - Example Of Civic Co-operation, Says Professor Hancock.
- Australia's Future - Professor Thinks Optimism Justified - But We Must First Make Right Decisions.
- City Without Suburbs - Stockholm Compared With Sydney - Professor Hancock Admires Sweden's Love Of Sunlight.
- Professor Hancock In Sweden - How That Country Compares with Australia - Population Moving To Industrial Centres.
- Will Nations Form Suicide Club?
- Australia's Interest in Manchuria.
- What Are the Germans Thinking? - After Eighteen Years of Struggle - How Nation's Mind Has Been Affected - Threat To World Peace.
- Nazis May Rule Prussia After Election Tomorrow.
- Big Jobs for Lausanne.
- What Shall We Live to See? - Wiping Out Frontiers - World League.
- The Depression In An Australian Perspective.

The 11 newspaper articles concerning Professor Hancock, titled:
- Lessons From History.
- Australia And The Pacific - Address By Professor Hancock.
- Inflation In France - Fiduciary Issue in 1793 - Prof. Hancock's Lecture.
- "We Think We're Wonderful, But We're Not." Says Prof. Hancock.
- Will Germany Default in Reparations Payments?
- Radio Board Members - Prof. Hancock May be Included - Decision Monday.
- Professor On Politics - "More Efficient than Business."
- Politics Efficient? - Never!
- "Keep Minds On Future" - Professor's Advice At Art Exhibition.
- Learn From The Past.
- Rubbing Off "Blackwash".

Date Range 1929 - 1933    Quantity 0.6 cm, 25 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500038 Box Number 9 Series 375
George Cockburn Henderson - Professor of Modern History

This item contains 1 newspaper article concerning Professor Henderson, titled:
- Recent Publications.

Date Range 1931    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500039 Box Number 9 Series 375
Cedric Stanton Hicks - Professor of Human Physiology and Pharmacology

This item contains 65 articles; 29 newspaper articles concerning Professor Hicks and 36 newspaper articles written by Professor Hicks, titled:
- Nation's Health - A Challenge And An Answer.
- Vitamins And Disease - Advances Made During 1932 - Cold Colloid Colors..
- "Water" On Which Life Cannot Exist - What A Minute Chemical Difference Has Meant To The World - Triumph Of Stainless Steel.
- When Is A Man Drunk? - How Problem Of Intoxication Is Dealt With By Modern Pharmacology - Study Of Explosions.
- Use Of Short Wave Therapy.
- Immunity To Infection.
- Transmission Of Nervous Impulse.
- New Kind Of Glass Performs Wonders - Eliminates Headlight Glare, Gives Movies Three Dimensions - American Is Discoverer.
- Problems Of Human Nutrition - League Of Nations' Report On Our Energy Requirements - Hot Water Circulation.
- Our National Dietary And Protective Foods - Sources Of Mineral Salts And Vitamins - Weighing The Atoms.
- Blood Analysis To Test Drunkenness - Characteristic Curve Of Response In Individuals - Electrical Unit Revision.
- The Potato Comes Into Its Own - Extension Of Its Use In Diet Recommended By Experts - Crystal Clocks' Accuracy.
- New Sex Hormone.
- Ordeal By Poison.
- Recent Developments In Hormone Research.
- Noise In Daily Life.
- Views - "Devaluation And After" - Sir Stanton Hicks On International Trade.
- Science And Life - Man's Use of New Power - the Aesthetic Impulse - Spirit of Enquiry - the Emergence from Mechanisation.
- Climate And Health - Public Invited To Aid Research.
- Nutrition Survey - Committee's Acknowledgement Of Assistance.
- Beri-Beri - A Lesson in Dietetic Folly.
- Tracking Down The Causes Of Sleep.
- New Views On Nature Of Diabetes.
- New Light On Theory Of Natural Selection.
- Sportsmanship or World Record?
- Our Responses To Weather Changes.
- Chemotherapy - Recent Advances.
- This Nutrition Business - first article.
- This nutrition Business - second article.
- This Nutrition Business - last article.
- New Technique In Microscopy Aids Research.
- Vitamins Reviewed.
- Three New Hormones From Digestive Gland.
- 14 Centuries Of Foxglove In Medicine.
- The Miracle of Ultra-Sound Vibrations.
- Man's Struggle To Conquer Malaria.

The 29 newspaper articles concerning Professor Hicks, titled:
- Effects Of Inflation - Lessons From Austria - Warning By Professor Hicks.
- Registration Of Doctors - No Reciprocity With Germany - \xA320,000 Libel Case.
- Starvation Can Be Quite Pleasant So The Doctors Say.
- Professor On Dermatitis.
- Sugar In Treatment Of Diabetes - Dr. Hargreaves' Suggestion.
- Elusive Life Element Isolated - Result Of Years Of Work By Scientists - Benefit To Women - Pneumonia Discovery.
- Hardship Seldom Drives Normal Men Mad.
- Travel Upsets Body - Change of Menu Often Blamed - Some Thrive.
- Development Of Tropical Countries - Professor Hicks Shows Dangers From Climate.
- Effects Of Malnutrition - League Report On Low World Standards - Suggested Diet - Less Sugar And Highly Milled Cereals.
- Under-Nourishment All Over World - Sir Stanton Hicks On Starvation Conditions.
- Austria's Nazification Inevitable Says Sir Stanton Hicks - His Forecast After Visit in 1935.
- Population And Prosperity.
- Poor Nutrition In All Lands - Interim Report By League Body - Diet Suggested.
- Color Scheme In Hospital Ward - Experiments Also Made On Continent.
- Praise For S.A. Housewives - Nutrition Talk By Sir Stanton Hicks.
- Biology And Morals.
- Search For Renewed Youth - Englishwomen Lead In Gland Treatment - Sports Interests - Dr. Voronoff In London.
- Care In SelectionNecessary - Sir Stanton Hicks Reviews Recent Research.
- Untitled article with reference to Police defending the practice of timing cars over intersections with stop-watches.
- Untitled article with reference to Prof. Stanton Hicks leaving by train to attend Commonwealth Nutrition Advisory Committee in Sydney.
- Professor Emphasises Need For Child Nutrition Improvement - Relation of Present Basic Wage To Any Dietary Schedule - Training Of Teachers Essential.
- Party For Professor.
- Nutrition Survey.
- Address On Nutrition.
- Board Of Social Study.
- Seasickness Is Due to Nerves - Has Its Origin in the Brain, Says Professor.
- We Are All Unsinkable Within Limits.
- Is It Cold, Or Does It Just Feel Cold? - First Attempt to Register Human Reactions.

Date Range 1931 - 1939    Quantity 1.5 cm, 65 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500040 Box Number 9 Series 375
Charles Reynolds Hodge - Registrar

This item contains 1 newspaper article concerning Mr. Hodge, titled:
- Encounter Bay - An Interesting History.

Date Range 1933    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500041 Box Number 9 Series 375
Frank Sandland Hone - Lecturer of Clinical Medicine

This item contains 5 newspaper articles written by Dr. Hone, titled:
- A War That Never Ends - The Prevention and Spread of Diseases.
- Infectious Diseases Hospital - Plea For Use Of Costly Buildings.
- Northfield Should Be Opened - Dr. Hone Replies to Critics - Many Cases.
- Progress Of Baby Welfare - Modern Art Of Saving Lives - Immediate Needs.
- Untitled article with reference to Dr Hone leaving Adelaide to attend a conference in Melbourne.

Date Range 1931 - 1939    Quantity 0.2 cm, 5 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500042 Box Number 9 Series 375
John Adam Horner - Teacher of Pianoforte

This item contains 2 articles; 1 newspaper article concerning Mr. Horner and 1 newspaper article written by Mr. Horner, titled:
- Music For S.A.'s Centenary - River Pageant At Night Suggested.

The 1 newspaper article concerning Mr. Horner, titled:
- Walks To Elder Hall To Hear His Song " Tomorrow" - Injured Composer Wrote It Nearly 20 Years Ago.

Date Range 1933 - 1935    Quantity 0.1 cm, 2 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500043 Box Number 9 Series 375
Walter Howchin - Lecturer on Geology and Paleontology & Honorary Professor, 1918

This item contains 6 articles; 4 newspaper articles concerning Professor Walter Howchin, 1 newspaper article written by Professor Howchin and his Funeral Notice.
The 4 newspaper articles concerning Professor Howchin, titled:
- Climbs At 86 - How Prof. W. Howchin Does It - Lives Moderately.
- South Australia's Dead Rivers - Magnificent Streams That Are No More.
- Royal Society Meets.
- Stone Tools Of Stone Age Man - New Book By Professor Howchin.

The 1 newspaper article written by Professor Howchin, titled:
- Geology in Retrospect.

His Funeral Notice is untiled with reference to time and place.

Date Range 1931 - 1937    Quantity 0.2 cm, 6 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500044 Box Number 9 Series 375
Edward Weston Hurst - Keith Sheridan Professor of Experimental Medicine

This item contains 2 newspaper articles written by Dr. Hurst, titled:
- The Filterable Viruses - the Borderline of Life.
- Viruses and Cancer.

Date Range 1939    Quantity 0.1 cm, 2 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500045 Box Number 9 Series 375
Thomas Harvey Johnston - Professor of Zoology and Member of Board For Anthropological Research

This item contains 11articles; 10 newspaper articles concerning Professor Johnston and 1 newspaper article written by Professor Johnston, titled:
- Scientists In Central Australia - Making Friends With Grown-Up Children Of The Wilds - World's Best Patients.

The 10 newspaper articles concerning Professor Johnston, titled:
- Scientists Find Sea Squirt - Antarctic Gear Used at Largs Bay.
- Science Owes Debt to Old Man Mulda and Lame Wapiti.
- Professor on Black's Religion.
- Strange Life In Antarctic - Lecture By Professor Johnston.
- Royal Society To Meet On Thursday.
- Whaling In The Antarctic - Professor Harvey Johnston Describes Methods.
- Professor Urges Passing of Libraries Bill - Serves Best Interests Of People, He Says - Strong Exception to Section Of President's Pamphlet..
- Bill Described as Wasteful - Sir William Sowden on Libraries - Critical Views.
- Prickly Pear Pest - Cochineal As Eradicator.
- Research Work in Country Ponds Studying Parasites.

Date Range 1932 - 1938    Quantity 0.2 cm, 11 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500046 Box Number 9 Series 375
Hooper Brewster Jones - Musician and Composer

This item contains 4 newspaper articles written by Mr. Brewster Jones, titled:
- Violin Teacher For Conservatorium - Arved Kurtz, Brilliant Young Musician - High Reputation.
- Music For The Centenary - Suggestions Discussed - Enthusiasm Abounds.
- Masterpiece By Delius - First Performance In Australia - Concert Success.
- Brilliant Recital By Arved Kurtz - Large Audience At Elder Hall.

Date Range 1935    Quantity 0.1 cm, 4 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500047 Box Number 9 Series 375
Albert Ernest Maldon Kirkwood - Lecturer of English Language and Literature

This item contains 1 newspaper article concerning Mr. Kirkwood, titled:
- Vexed Question Whether Gordon Was Poet or "Jingler" - Lecturer Agrees That Much of His Fame Was Due to Romantic Life.

Date Range 1933    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500048 Box Number 10 Series 375
John Andrew La Nauze - Assistant Lecturer of Economics

This item contains 6 articles; 2 newspaper articles written by Mr. La Nauze and 4 newspaper articles concerning Mr. La Nauze, titled:
- Social, Not Economic, Change Retards Birth Rate, Lecturer Says.
- Tariff Problems Discussed - Widespread Policy of Economic Nationalism.
- Self-Sufficiency Not Desirable.
- Reasons Sought For Limitation of Families.

The 2 newspaper articles written by Mr. La Nauze, titled:
- Trade With Japan: New Viewpoint.
- Populations Standing Still - Disquieting Tendencies - Problems For Australia.

Date Range 1936 - 1938    Quantity 0.2 cm, 6 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500049 Box Number 10 Series 375
Alexander Killen Macbeth - Angas Professor of Chemistry

This item contains 11 articles; 4 newspaper articles concerning Professor Macbeth and 7 newspaper articles written by Professor Macbeth, titled:
- Where The Artist Gets His Colors.
- Accident That Led To Discovery.
- How Nature Paints The Lily.
- Coloring Of The Bougainvillea.
- Science Finds Interest In Eucalypts.
- Use Of Colloidal Sulphur To Fight Plant Diseases.
- Deficiency Factors in Nutrition.

The 4 newspaper articles concerning Professor Macbeth, titled:
- Vitamin C At Few Pence An Ounce - Discovery Of British Chemists - Value Of Nutrition - Experiment With 10,000 Families Recommended.
- How Vitamin C Was Discovered - Oranges Used To Cure Scurvy.
- Prof. Macbeth Back From Britain - Many Seeking Careers.
- Untitled with reference to the report by Prof. Macbeth who is chairman of the Presbyterian Girls' College.

Date Range 1934 - 1937    Quantity 0.5 cm, 11 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500050 Box Number 10 Series 375
Alexander Leslie Gordon Mackay - Professor of Economics, Rangoon University and Assistant Lecturer of Economics, University of Adelaide

This item contains 2 newspaper articles concerning Professor Mackay, titled:
- Prof. Mackay On Trade Mission - Burma Has Goods to Buy and Sell.
- "Export Money To East" - Banks Full, Says Prof. Mackay - No Outlet Here.

Date Range 1933    Quantity 0.1 cm, 2 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500051 Box Number 10 Series 375
Cecil Thomas Madigan - Night Lecturer of Geology I

This item contains 87 articles; 9 newspaper articles written by Mr. Madigan, 69 newspaper articles concerning Mr. Madigan, 7 newspaper photographs and 2 envelopes titled:
- Mr. Madigan.
- Central Australia Expeditions Mr. C.T. Madigan.

The 7 newspaper photograph captions, titled:
- Home On The Wastes Of Lake Eyre.
- First Pictures Ever Published Of Lake Eyre; Across The Salt Surface Of Mystery Lake.
- Exclusive To The Register; Crossed For the First Time.
- Crossed For The First Time.
- Off to Central Australia (attached to brown paper envelope).
- Untitled photograph with reference to Dr. Madigan bound for the Simpson Desert.
- Untitled photographs of Mr. Madigan, as he was 30 years ago and as he is today.

The 9 newspaper articles written by Mr. Madigan, titled:
- Mr. Madigan On Lake Eyre Fringe - May Take Truck On Surface With Him - "Loose, Dry Sand".
- Rain Affects Air Survey - May Spoil Photographs Of Lake Eyre - Difficult Landing.
- Air Survey Plane Forced Down - "Only Possible Patch For Miles" - "Oil Too Thin".
- 15 Ins. Of Salt On Lake Eyre - Mr. Madigan Drives Truck 40 Miles On Surface - Horse Skeletons Found.
- Inspections of Lake Eyre - State of Flooded Creeks.
- Air Survey Tackles Unknown Country - Left Marree For Birdsville Yesterday - Fumes Affect Party.
- Madigan's Report - First Granites Survey - Big Share Drop.
- Problems And Scenes In Interior - Dr. Madigan On Protection Of Natives - "Forlorn" Half-Castes.
- Inspections Of Lake Eyre - State Of Flooded Creeks.

The 69 newspaper articles concerning Mr. Madigan, titled:
- Mr. Madigan To Leave For Lake Eyre Today - Will Definitely Find Nature Of Surface.
- Modern Australian Explorers.
- Mr. Madigan's Story of Exploration on Lake Eyre - Dispels Superstition That Area Is Bottomless Morass - Thinks Lake Eyre Contained Fresh Water 50,000 Years Ago - Finds Lizards And Ants Miles From Shore.
- Examination Of Lake Eyre.
- Warned Not To Go To Lake Eyre - Mr. Madigan Says He Will Bring Back Aerial Spears - Search For Potash.
- Has Lake Eyre Rich Salt Deposits? - Ground Survey Will Investigate Soon.
- Motoring Across Lake Eyre - Treacherous Country, Says Man Who Knows It.
- Admiration For Mr. Madigan's Plucky Venture to Mystery Lake.
- Central Australia - Unknown Land Viewed - Dreary Waste of Sandhills.
- Central Australia Looks Well - People In Great Heart, Says Mr. C. T. Madigan.
- Patches Looked Like Blisters On A Pancake - 3,000 Million Tons of Salt is Mr. Madigan's Estimate.
- Drought Damage - Prof. Prescott Examines Soils Of Lakes - Evaporation Intense.
- Lake Eyre - Aerial Observations.
- Lake Eyre - Mystery Solved - Mr. C. T. Madigan's Trip.
- Central Australia - Trip by Mr. Madigan in May.
- Flying in Australia.
- Legend of Lake Eyre.
- Mr. Madigan Discusses Effect On Lake Eyre.
- British Government Of The Sudan - Models of Unselfishness And Justice.
- Aerial Exploration In Central Australia.
- River Frome Lost In Lake Eyre - Water Runs Only 3/4 of Mile on Surface.
- Glimpses Of Mystery Lake For Everyone.
- Aerial Surveys.
- Trip To Central Australia - Mr. Madigan to Make Geological Research.
- Untitled article with reference to his forthcoming trip to Central Australia.
- Dead Inland Sea - Exploring Lake Eyre - Mr. T. C. Madigan Returns.
- Eyre, The Mystery Lake - Is Something Wonderful Still Undiscovered?
- Science has not Ousted the Divining Rod.
- "No El Dorado" - Chances of Gold in Central Australia - Expert's View.
- First Visit By Expert - Mr. Madigan Leaving Soon - Valuable Work.
- Benalla Victim Of Restless Earth - Exclusive Tremors Create History - Mountain Making.
- Strong Smell In City - Sewerage Inspection To Be Made This Morning; W.A. Legislative Council Centenary.
- An Expert At The Granites.
- 76-Inch Geologist.
- Madigan Party at Ryan's Well.
- Madigan Party Off Tomorrow - Fully Equipped For Desert Trek - Risky Journey.
- Madigan Party At Granites - Five Days in Bog and Desert - Story By Radio.
- "Tragic Story" of the Granites - Boom Came At Wrong Time, Says Mr. Madigan.
- How Madigan's Party Trekked Into the Desert.
- Dangers Face Those At Granites - Menace of Typhoid Stressed by Mr. Madigan.
- "Typhoid Face Men At Granites" - Mining Engineer Fears Deaths Within Month - Doctor Echoes Warning.
- "Beg For Pure Water".
- Granites Boom "Too Sudden" - Mr. Madigan's Review - Hopes Companies Will Continue Work.
- Among The Children In The Library.
- Scouts Have The Ideal Leader In Dr. C. T. Madigan.
- Mt. Buffalo In The Summer.
- Giles's Exploratory Work - Dr. C. T. Madigan's Tribute.
- Gold Prospecting In S. A. - Reply To Dr. Madigan.
- Gold Prospecting In S. A. - Mr. Crawford Vaughan writes:-
- Gold Prospecting In S. A. - Dr. Madigan's Surveys.
- Sand Deserts Of Australia - Influence On Pastoral Country - Dr. Madigan's View.
- Moorlands Brown Coal - Area And Quality Of Deposit.
- Brown Coal Assets - Extent Of Field At Moorlands - Petrol Possibilities - Dr. Madigan's Review.
- Simpson Desert Expedition - Pair Leave Tomorrow.
- Location May be Difficult.
- Geologists Leave For Central Australia.
- Salt Lakes And Clay Pans Country - Few Recognisable Landmarks Says Dr. Madigan.
- Mystery Of Meteorites - Comet Wanderers From Outer Space? - Scientists Still Undecided - Central Australian Discoveries.
- Search For Russell Still Fruitless - Equipment Was Inadequate Says Dr. Madigan.
- Support For Bore Enquiry - Queensland Move Welcomed - Controlling Artesian Flow.
- No Similar Series.
- Dr. Madigan's Trip To North - To Be Accompanied By Young Farmer.
- Geologist to Live on Raw Onions and Salt Beef in Bush.
- On Location With A Scientific Expedition.
- Dr. Madigan Does Not Know Writer Who Attacked Missions - Gives His Opinion Of Aborigines.
- Another Trip To Central Australia - Dr. C.T. Madigan To Leave On Geological Survey.
- Simpson Desert Expedition.
- Royal Society Of S.A.
- Strangers from Space - Dr. Madigan Talks on Meteorites.

Date Range 1929 - 1937    Quantity 2 cm, 87 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500052 Box Number 10 Series 375
Sir Douglas Mawson - Professor of Geology and Mineralogy

This item contains 38 articles; 36 newspaper articles concerning Sir Douglas Mawson, 2 newspaper photographs and 1 envelope titled:
- Articles Concerning Sir Douglas Mawson and the Antarctic Feb. 16th 1933 to.

The 2 newspaper photograph captions, titled:
- Untitled photographs of Sir Douglas Mawson, as he was 29 years ago and as he is today.
- Explorer Leaves for England Today.

The 35 newspaper articles concerning Sir Douglas Mawson, titled:
- Late Prof. Gregory - Sir Douglas Mawson Pays Tribute.
- 25,000 Whales May Be Killed - 129 Ships Going South This Season - Sir Douglas Mawson Regrets Slaughter - Believed Limitation Agreement Was Reached.
- Australia's Title To Antarctic Areas - Norway's Claim "Unimportant" - Sir Douglas Mawson and Mr. Thomas Discuss Expedition.
- Plan To Control Antarctica - Sir Douglas Mawson Sees Wealthy Field.
- Our Claims To Antarctic Area - Britain Has Done Most Exploration.
- Australia's Claim In Antarctic - Norwegian Disputes Mawson's Discovery.
- Antarctic Whales - 200 Ton Monsters That Live On Shrimps.
- Member Of Mawson Expedition Missing - Due To Receive Medal In London Shortly.
- Not Giant Human, Says Professor Wood Jones.
- Control Of Antarctica - British Rights Over Large Section Claimed - Australia In Charge.
- Bones Of Huge Ancient Mammal - May Be Skeleton Of Ape 31\xBD Feet In Height - Find In India - Sir Douglas Mawson Sceptical.
- Australia And The Antarctic - Lecture By Sir Douglas Mawson.
- Antarctic For Tourists - "Scheme Has Limitations Says Sir D. Mawson.
- Bird And Animal Sanctuary - Sir Douglas Mawson Approves.
- New Antarctic Leader - Praise From Sir Douglas Mawson.
- "Booked" Well Ahead.
- Nations Join in Polar Research.
- Weather In The Antarctic - Reaction On Australia - Professor David's Views.
- Measuring Time By The Rocks - Swedish Professor Goes Back 17,000 Years.
- Preservation Of Antarctic Whales - Sir Douglas Mawson Commends Federal Bill - Australia's Share In Industry.
- S.A. Explorer Not Going - Antarctic Search.
- Antarctica
- New Land Seen In Antarctic - Rymill Expedition's Discovery - Mountains Sighted From Planes - Plan To Sledge To Range.
- Britain's Frozen Empire In The South - Will Coal Come From Antarctica?
- Pharmacists Hold Jubilee Dinner - Fine Record Of Service Celebrated.
- Australian Professor's Impressions On Tour.
- Girls Follow in Steps Of Fathers.
- Ellsworth In Melbourne - Entertained At State Luncheon.
- Semi-Precious Stone Of South Australia.
- Great Hole In Ocean Bed - Discovery Off Coast of Africa - Made Similar Discovery - Sir Douglas Mawson's Investigations.
- Proposed Search For Ellsworth - Commonwealth Seeks Use Of Discovery II - Prepared To Share Cost - Reciprocating U.S.A.'s Generosity.
- Whaling Control In Antarctic - Bill To Establish Australia's Rights - System Of Licences.
- Knowledge Of Geology.
- Preparations For Science Congress - Sir Douglas Mawson To Speak On Antarctic.
- Increased Killing Threatens Whales With Extinction.

Date Range 1932 - 1939    Quantity 1 cm, 38 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500053 Box Number 10 Series 375
Herbert Mayo, K.C. - Lecturer of Jurisprudence 1909

This item contains 4 newspaper articles concerning Mr. Herbert Mayo, titled:
- Making The Law Certain, Inexpensive And Final - Consolidation of Acts Urged.
- How To Get Men Back To Work - Wide Range of View in Adelaide.
- Source and Growth Of Law - Lecture By Mr. H. Mayo, K.C.
- How City's Lawyers Fared In 1934 - Hardships Imposed by Etiquette And Increased Competition - Suggestions For Improvement.

Date Range 1932 - 1935    Quantity 0.1 cm, 4 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500054 Box Number 10 Series 375
Leslie Galfried Melville - Professor of Economics

This item contains 16 articles; 14 newspaper articles concerning Professor Melville and 2 newspaper articles written by Professor Melville, titled:
- Central Reserve Bank Simply Explained.
- Control of Exchange - Dangers of Nationalisation - Corruption Would Creep In.

The 14 newspaper articles concerning Professor Melville, titled:
- League Of Nations - Address By Mr. E. G. Biaggini.
- "Australia Sound" - Address by Prof. Melville.
- Gold Bonus - Prof. Melville Opposed - "Burden to South Australia".
- "No Time For Recrimination" - Professor's Plain Talk About Economic Troubles - "Deflation Essential".
- Getting Right By Deflation - Professor's Economic Cure - Wage Cut Needed.
- Deflation Policy Urged - "Best Solution of Financial Ills" - Prof. Melville Addresses Business Men.
- Teaching Modern History - League Of Nations Luncheon Address.
- "Spread Burden As Quickly As Possible" - Professor Melville Suggests Method To Ensure Return To Great Productivity - Tariff And Sales Tax Lowering Standard Of Living.
- Trade Balance - "Relatively Unimportant".
- Correcting Finance Trouble - Professor Talks On Two Schemes - Job For Bankers.
- Reduction In Interest - Prof. Melville Says It Is Not Practicable - Advocates Drop Of 5 To 10 Per Cent In Wages.
- Not Enough Gold In Four Years? - World Shortage Threatens, Says Committee - Suggests Limitations.
- Australia's Troubles - "Get Back To Gold Standard" - Professor Melville's Advice.
- Treasury Bills Address - Mr. L.G. Melville To Speak Tonight.

Date Range 1929 - 1936    Quantity 0.2 cm, 16 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500055 Box Number 10 Series 375
Sir George John Robert Murray - Chancellor, Lieutenant-Governor and Chief Justice of South Australia

This item contains 3 articles; 1 newspaper article, 1 newspaper photograph and an extract from the minutes of the University Council concerning the death of the Chancellor, the Hon. Sir George Murray.

The 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Sir George Murray Tells of Early Varsity Life - and a Cigar.

The 1 newspaper photograph caption, titled:
- At The Legal Convention.

Date Range 1937 - 1942    Quantity 0.1 cm, 3 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500056 Box Number 10 Series 375
Sir Henry Simpson Newland - Lecturer of Operative Surgery

This item contains 8 newspaper articles concerning Sir Henry Newland, titled:
- Seriously Hurt In Car Crash - Contractor and Daughter Thrown To Roadway - Specialist Flies To Pt. Pirie - Operates On Father.
- Untitled article with reference to a letter written by Sir Henry Newland from London.
- Handcuffs.
- Use Of Handcuffs On Accused - "Archaic And Repellent".
- Report To State B.M.A. Council.
- Several Points For Negotiation - B.M.A. Federal President Back From Canberra.
- Meeting B.M.A. Difficulties.
- Fountain At End Of Anzac Highway - Sir H.S. Newland's Plan For Royal Memorial - Circular Drive - Tribute To Soldiers And Pioneers.

Date Range 1932 - 1936    Quantity 0.1 cm, 8 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500057 Box Number 11 Series 375
Wilfrid Oldham - Lecturer of History

This item contains 1 newspaper article concerning Dr. Oldham, titled:
- Convict Transportation.

Date Range 1934    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500058 Box Number 11 Series 375
Harold Stephen Parsons - Teacher of Violoncello, and Conductor of the South Australian Orchestra

This item contains 1 newspaper article concerning Mr. Parsons, titled:
- Then and Now.

Date Range 1934    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500059 Box Number 11 Series 375
Hubert Harry Penny - Assistant Lecturer of Education

This item contains 1 newspaper article concerning Dr. Penny, titled:
- Psychology's Part In Everyday Affairs Told By S.A. Lecturer.

Date Range 1939    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500060 Box Number 11 Series 375
Stuart Wortley Pennycuick - Lecturer of Physical Chemistry

This item contains 30 articles; 3 newspaper articles concerning Dr. Pennycuick and 27 newspaper articles written by Dr. Pennycuick.

The 3 newspaper articles concerning Dr. Pennycuick, titled:
- Strangest Tale Ever Told of The Three Musketeers.
- University Lecturer's Scientific Phantasy.
- Doctor Says a Limit Reached In Explosives and Gases.

The 27 newspaper articles written by Dr. Pennycuick, titled:
- Our Daily Bread.
- Subtle Agencies At Work On Metals - Destructive Part Played By Oxygen From Air - Rare Enemies Of The Body.
- Development Of Stainless Steel.
- Purification Of Sea Water.
- How Metals Can Harm Foodstuffs - Latest Careful Methods Of Canning - Carbonisation Of Coal.
- The Science Of Soap - Complex Nature Of Cleansing Action In Age-Old Process - Use Of Bottled Butane.
- Why Bread Turns Stale.
- Distribution Of Isotopes.
- Action Of Sunlight On Soils.
- Weighing The Atoms.
- Getting Sugar From Wood.
- Theories Of Origin Of Petrolleum.
- The Strange Behaviour Of Jellies.
- Development of the Ultra-Centrifuge.
- Possibilities Of Synthetic Rubber.
- How Rubber Latex Is Synthesised.
- The Future Of Light Alloys.
- The Newest Substitutes For Soap.
- Why Liquids Spread Over Solids.
- Complexity Of Life In The Soil.
- Architectural Features Of Molecules.
- Oil, The Nations' Life Stream.
- Modern Recovery Of Sulphur From Gas.
- Catalysts Are Unique in Their Action.
- Synthetic Fibres Have Improved.
- Developments in the Use of Catalysts.
- How to Grow Plants Without Soil.

Date Range 1931 - 1939    Quantity 2 cm, 30 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500061 Box Number 11 Series 375
Clarence Sherwood Piper - Chemist, Waite Institute

This item contains 3 newspaper articles written by Mr. C.S. Piper, titled:
- Plant Growth And Mineral Deficiencies.
- Facts About Phosphatic Fertilisers.
- Facts About Nitrogenous Fertilisers.

Date Range 1937 - 1938    Quantity 0.1 cm, 3 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500062 Box Number 11 Series 375
Garnet Vere Portus - Professor of Political Science and History

This item contains 22 articles; 15 newspaper articles concerning Professor Portus, 5 newspaper articles written by Professor Portus and 2 newspaper photograph captions, titled:
- . . . . Interstate Visitors.
- Harbour Political Science School.

The 15 newspaper articles concerning Professor Portus, titled:
- War Intervention Opposed - Effect Of Last Felt - Professor On Agreement - "Keep Out".
- Need For League Stressed - Imperialism Obsolete, Says Professor - Influence of Industrialism.
- Striking Address By Professor Portus - "Supreme Task Of The English" - Transmitting To World Unifying Technique - St. George's Day Dinner.
- Mr. J.H. Portus New Secretary Of Law Society.
- Summer School To Study Social Services.
- Centenary - Political Science School - Centenary Feature At Victor Harbour In June.
- 16 Authors Write Murder Thriller - S.A. Professor's Chapter.
- Political Science School - S.A. Delegates Leave.
- "Australia's Future In The Pacific" - Conference During Visit Of Prof. S.R. Harlow.
- Nine Delegates From S.A. - Political Science Conference.
- Christ's Teaching And Nationalism - Address By Professor Portus At City Baptist Church.
- Nationalism And War - "The Enemy Of Civilisation" - Prof. Portus At Toc H Dinner.
- Peace At Any Price Or Fear Of Russia? - Professor On Britain's Policy.
- Value Of Social Services - "Raise Incomes Of Poor; Diminish Discontent"
- Address by Professor Portus.

The 5 newspaper articles written by Professor Portus, titled:
- Why We Must Celebrate Our Centenary.
- New Generation Looks On Armistice Day - Those Who Did Not "Live The War" - Common Humanity.
- Work Of Free Kindergartens - Example Of Self-help - Annual Appeal.
- London, 1937.
- 'Free Compulsory and Secular' - Religion and Education in Australia.

Date Range 1934 - 1939    Quantity 0.3 cm, 22 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500063 Box Number 11 Series 375
James Arthur Prescott - Waite Professor of Agricultural Chemistry

This item contains 7 articles; 5 newspaper articles concerning Professor Prescott, 1 newspaper article written by Professor Prescott and 1 newspaper photograph caption, titled:
- Waite Institute.

The 5 newspaper articles concerning Professor Prescott, titled:
- Institute Of Public Administration - Annual Conference Of S.A. Groups.
- Peace And Friendship With Soviet Union - Congress To Be Held In Adelaide Next Week.
- Chemical Institute's First Conference Next Week - Plans for Gathering in Adelaide.
- Training Of Industrial Chemists - Need For Practical Side Stressed - Conference Begins.
- Prof. Prescott on Russia - Salient Features.

The 1 newspaper article written by Professor Prescott, titled:
- Russia Which Visitor Sees - Adelaide Scientist's Impressions - Propagandist Guides.

Date Range 1932 - 1937    Quantity 0.2 cm, 7 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500064 Box Number 11 Series 375
Archibald Grenfell Price - Master of St. Marks College

This item contains 90 articles; 20 newspaper articles written by Mr. Grenfell Price, 66 newspaper articles concerning Mr. Price, 1 newspaper photograph and 3 envelopes, titled:
- Articles Concerning Dr. Grenfell Price, 16 April 1932 to . . . .
- America's "New Deal", Dr. Grenfell Price's impressions, Series of 9 articles.
- Free Lending Libraries by Dr. Grenfell Price, 1936 - 7.

The 20 newspaper articles written by Mr. Grenfell Price, titled:
- Folly And Waste In Northern Territory.
- World Crisis - How Australia is Affected.
- Birth Of A Vigorous State - Pre-Settlement History Of South Australia - British Dalliance - Sponsors' Pertinacity Won Through.
- Our Centenary - Must Be Worthy Of State - Inspiration From History.
- Economists' Views Of Question - Plea For National Convention.
- How America Has Put Her Youth To Work - C.C.C. Teaches 2,000,000 Virtues Of Manual Labour.
- The Dictatorships And The Americas - Encroachment On U.S. Trade Cause For Concern.
- Australia And Fiji - Interesting Pacific Neighbours - Spotlight On Our Policy.
- Career Of Great Discoverer - Adventurous Voyages Of Matthew Flinders - Named Continent - Statue To Be Unveiled Tomorrow.
- Dawn Of S.A. History - Lawlessness In Early Days - Victor Harbour Legend.
- "Scandalous History" Of The Aboriginies - Whites Brought Death And Disease - Investigator's Proposals - Infiltration Of Half-Castes.
- America's New Deal - Colossal Economic Experiment - Dictatorship - Dr. Grenfell Price's Impressions (No. 1)
- America's New Deal - Contrasted With Premiers' Plan - Banks Saved - Roosevelt And Radio (No. 2)
- America's New Deal - Essentially Price Raising Scheme - Plan Described - "Social Engineering". (No. 3)
- America's New Deal - What Its Success Or Failure Means - Roosevelt - Growing Feeling Of Anxiety. (No. 4)
- America's New Deal - Financial Aspect Of Recovery Plan - Raising Prices - Reason For The "Wet" Campaign. (No. 5)
- America's New Deal - "Golden Calf Has Melted" - Fallen Dollar - Humble-Minded Americans. (No. 6)
- America's New Deal - Its Progress And Difficulties - Inflation - "Australia Was Supremely Wise". (No. 7)
- America's New Deal - Labor Accepts With Alacrity - Legal Aspect - Dominance Of Unionism. (No. 8)
- America's New Deal - "Sock In The Jaw" For Europe - Roosevelt's Bombshell - Chances Of Plan. (No. 9)

The 66 newspaper articles concerning Mr. Price, titled:
- "Forcing Inflation" - Mr. Grenfell Price Fears Federal Action.
- "Sack The Directors" - Mr. Grenfell Price's Parable - Reply To Mr. Scullin.
- Week Of Great Achievement - Mr. Grenfell Price Summarises Work of Conference.
- Mr. Grenfell Price - Master of St. Mark's.
- Inflation Evils - Mr. Grenfell Price at Henley Beach.
- Menace Of Inflation - Mr. Grenfell Price's Lecture.
- Australian History And Anti-Inflation - Mr. A. Grenfell Price's Work and Interests.
- To Save The Nation.
- "Credit Already Released" - Mr. Grenfell Price on Inflation Dangers - Capital Driven From Australia.
- Inflation In Australia - "Stage Set For Crisis" - Only United Stand Can Avert Disaster.
- "Australia On Edge Of Abyss" - Mr. Grenfell Price's Appeal - United Party's Plan.
- Adelaide For Citizenship.
- Reply To Mr. Scullin - "Much Concealed" - Policies Of Leaders Contrasted.
- Dawn Of South Australian History.
- The First 100 Years - Scintillating Review By Dr. Price.
- "Peoples Duty To Vote No" - Dr. Grenfell Price On Marketing - Danger Of Extended Powers.
- George Fife Angas, the Man Who Made South Australia.
- Premier Puts Case To Citizens - Enthusiastic Town Hall Meeting - Strong Support - Finished With Trades Hall.
- Blacks and Whites.
- Dawn Of South Australian History - Granite And Kangaroo Islands.
- World Compared To Armed Camp - Dr. Price Stresses Danger Of Economic Warfare - Rabid Nationalism Apparent.
- Dr. Grenfell Price's Lecture.
- Dangers Of Isolation - Dr. Grenfell Price On Australia's Position.
- Whites Marry Half-Castes - To Solve Darwin's Race Problem - Dr. Price Tells.
- White Men In Tropics - Dr. Price's Observations In West Indies.
- "Civilisation In Jeopardy" - Danger Of Economic Warfare - America's Lesson - Dr. Price's Address.
- "No Help Likely From America" - Dr. Grenfell Price's Review.
- English Speaking Union Meets - Address By Dr. Grenfell Price.
- Sidelights On Early S.A. - "Gaol Bird" Who Founded The State.
- Australia's Defence - Dr. Grenfell Price's Timely Warning.
- Enquiry Into Libraries - Dr. Price Will Make A Detailed Survey.
- Free Municipal Library - Opposition Of City Council.
- Libraries Enquiry In Sydney - Dr. Price's Investigations.
- Preparing Report On Libraries - Ready Early in August.
- Free Lending Libraries - Dr. Prices Enquiry.
- South Australian Libraries Enquiry.
- Libraries Enquiry Progressing - Dr. Price Returns From Eastern States.
- Free Libraries Not Favored In S.A. - Sir William Sowden Puts Case For Institutes.
- Free Libraries In S.A. - "Question Given Undue Importance" - Evidence By Mr. Melrose.
- Need For Free Libraries In S.A. - Enquiry Told How Scheme Could Be Started - Country Section.
- Further Inquiries In Libraries Likely.
- Report On Our Libraries - Said to be Wide and Sweeping - Minister's Hint.
- Public Library Control - Mr. Talbot Smith Against Proposed Separation.
- Dr. Price Urges Changes - Report On Control Of Library - New Method Advocated.
- Library Report Awaited - Speculation About Staff Changes - Control System.
- Plan to Prevent Book Duplication - Dr. Price's Scheme - State Catalogue Suggested - Exchange Lists.
- Government's Attitude On Libraries' Report.
- Libraries Report For Cabinet Soon - Minister Expected To Urge Adoption - Copies For M.P.'s And Institutions - Committee Considers Legislation.
- More Women "Should Figure In S.A.'s Library System" - Dr. Price Urges Review of Position.
- Consideration - Board May Be Affected - Progress And Old System - Meeting Today.
- New Library Policy - Lending Scheme Considered - University Move.
- Control Of Public Library - Separate Board Opposed.
- Free Lending Libraries - Backward Australia.
- Talk Deferred On Library Report.
- Better Libraries - Preventing Spread Of Disease - Suggestions In Report.
- Changes In Control Of Libraries - Bill Explained By Minister - Deficiencies To Be Corrected - Help Of Institutes Essential.
- Control Of Libraries - Minister Replies To Mr. Langham - "One Man's Views".
- Desired Free Borrowing Service For Country - Dr. Price's Recommendations To Be Followed.
- Defence Of Library System - Reply To Dr. Grenfell Price's Report - "Three Boards Not Justified".
- Public Libraries Administration - Mr. Langham And Minister Of Education.
- Questions On Libraries Bill - Personal Attacks On Dr. Price.
- Economies Under New Libraries Scheme - Mr. Hunkin Reports On Estimated Costs - Saving Of \xA3765 In First Year - "Administration Far From Satisfactory".
- Prize Winning Play - "William Light, The Founder" - To Be Staged For Charity.
- How Rockefeller's Gifts Helped Australian Students.
- Dangers Of Dictatorshi[p - Principal Kiek's Warning - Public Administration Addresses.
- Easter Political Economy School - 100 Students Expected.

The 1 newspaper photograph caption, titled:
- People In The News: Dr. Grenfell Price.

Date Range 1930 - 1939    Quantity 2.5 cm, 90 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500065 Box Number 11 Series 375
Robert Henry Pulleine - Lecturer on Diseases of Ear, Nose and Throat

This item contains 2 newspaper articles concerning Dr. Pulleine, titled:
- Small Aboriginal Population - Belief In Magic Said To Be Cause.
- Doctor Tells S.A. Scientists - Amazing Tales of Research.

Date Range 1932    Quantity 0.1 cm, 2 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500066 Box Number 12 Series 375
Arnold Edwin Victor Richardson - Waite Professor of Agriculture and Director

This item contains 6 newspaper articles concerning Professor Richardson, titled:
- Professor Tells How To Increase Production - More Efficiency Needed In Farm Methods, He Says - Prosperous Agriculture Vital To S.A., He Tells Commercial Men.
- The Producer - Varieties Of Crops - Development Of Plant Breeding - Address By Professor Richardson.
- The Producer - Soil Fertility - Manures For Orchards And Gardens - Address by Professor Richardson.
- How Many People Can Australia Support?
- Future Of Agriculture - Dr. A.E.V. Richardson Analyses Position - Best Quality At Lowest Cost.
- Country Women To Encourage Tree Planting - Address By Dr. A.E.V. Richardson.

Date Range 1929 - 1937    Quantity 0.2 cm, 6 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500067 Box Number 12 Series 375
Thorburn Brailsford Robertson - Professor of Biochemistry and General Physiology

This item contains 2 newspaper articles concerning Professor Robertson, titled:
- Economic Age - Domination of Unfit.
- Scientist's Discovery Will Assist Pastoralists - Break in Wool Overcome - Experts Say Hydrolysate Will Improve Fibre - Lick or in Water.

Date Range 1929 - 1931    Quantity 0.1 cm, 2 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500068 Box Number 12 Series 375
Geoffrey Samuel - Plant Pathologist at Waite Institute

This item contains 2 newspaper articles written by Mr. Samuel, titled:
- Clean And Good Cultivation Combats Plant Diseases - How Research Workers are Fighting Pests In Wheat And Tomatoes - Latest Developments Explained.
- Cereal Rusts Menace To Crops - Sydney Scientist Makes Important Discovery - Over-Summering Solved.

Date Range 1929 - 1930    Quantity 0.1 cm, 2 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500069 Box Number 12 Series 375
Edward Owen Giblin Shann - Professor of Economics

This item contains 9 articles; 2 newspaper articles written by Professor Shann and 7 newspaper articles concerning Professor Shann, titled:
- Reshaping Australia's Economic Policy - Professor Shann's Two Suggestions - Thinking Ahead - How Canberra Could Aid States - Urges Air Instead Of Rail Spending.
- Should Build Aerodromes - Quicker Business, Says Professor - Relieving States.
- Short Term Rates Of Interest - Prof. Shann Calls For Lead From Commonwealth Bank.
- Tragic Death Of Professor Shann - Fatal Fall From Window At University - Delivered Last Lecture Of Term Few Minutes Previously - Distinguished Scholar And Historian - Notable Public Work For Australia.
- (Copy of previous article)
- Tributes to Professor Shann - No Inquest to be Held - Funeral Today - "Suffered From Overwork".
- Funeral Of Professor Shann - Service Conducted By Professor Portus - Eloquent Tribute To Old Colleague.

The 2 newspaper articles written by Professor Shann, titled:
- Australia's Trade Balance - "Playing The Game" Internationally - Cause Of Depletion Analysed.
- Meaning Of The Census - Professor Shann's Arresting Review - Political Tendencies And Life Span.

Date Range 1933 - 1935    Quantity 0.4 cm, 9 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500070 Box Number 12 Series 375
Dr. Albert Ray Southwood - Lecturer in Medicine

This item contains 1 newspaper article concerning Dr. Southwood, titled:
- Keeping People Fit - Campaign to Develop "Health Conscience".

Date Range 1931    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500071 Box Number 12 Series 375
John Innes Mackintosh Stewart - Jury Professor of English Language and Literature

This item contains 7 articles; 1 newspaper article written by Professor Stewart and 6 newspaper articles concerning Professor Stewart, titled:
- English Association.
- Headmasters' Club To Meet - Inaugural Gathering Tonight.
- T.S. Eliot's "Love Song" - Explanatory Defence.
- Philologist Speaks Of Progress.
- Classical Association.
- Adelaide Professor, Brilliant Writer Of The Detective Story.

The 1 newspaper article written by Professor Stewart, titled:
- The Critic and Poetry - Further Contribution To The Discussion On Modern Verse.

Date Range 1936 - 1938    Quantity 0.1 cm, 7 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500072 Box Number 12 Series 375
Professor John McKellar Stewart - Hughes Professor of Philosophy

This item contains 10 articles; 2 newspaper articles written by Professor Stewart and 8 newspaper articles concerning Professor Stewart, titled:
- Kindergarten Work - Importance Of The Scheme - Review By Professor J. McKellar Stewart.
- The Cult Of The Child.
- Arts And Atheists - "Five Thousand in Sydney" - Local Men Deny Charge.
- Parkin College Valedictory - Address By Prof. J. McKellar Stewart.
- Scholarship And Leadership - Value Of Academic Training.
- Training Youth For Life Job - Business Chief Says Special Studies Not Needed.
- Child Education Expert To Visit Adelaide.
- Public Administration Interstate Conference - Addresses By University Authorities.

The 2 newspaper articles written by Professor Stewart, titled:
- Censorship And Sensibility.
- Opening Our Windows To World Thought.

Date Range 1929 - 1937    Quantity 0.3 cm, 10 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500073 Box Number 12 Series 375
Theodor Georg Heinrich Strehlow - Reader in Australian Linguistics and Senior Research Fellow in Australian Linguistics

This item contains 2 articles; 1 newspaper article written by T.G. Strehlow and 1 newspaper article concerning Mr. Strehlow, titled:
- Living In The Open In Central Australia.

The 1 newspaper article written by Mr. T.G. Strehlow, titled:
- Uninviting Atmosphere Of Native Reserve - Scarcity Of Waterholes; Exodus Of Aborigines - Special Investigator's Impressions.

Date Range 1936    Quantity 0.1 cm, 2 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500074 Box Number 12 Series 375
Sir Archibald Thomas Strong - Professor of English Language and Literature and President of the Board of the Adelaide Repertory Theatre

This item contains 1 newspaper article concerning Sir Archibald Strong, titled:
- Repertory Theatre Comes Into Its Own - Provides Solace In Troubled Times.

Date Range 1930    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500075 Box Number 12 Series 375
Norman B. Tindale - Ethnologist at the South Australian Museum

This item contains 7 articles; 2 newspaper articles written by Mr. Tindale and 5 newspaper articles concerning Mr. Tindale, titled:
- Why the Interest.
- To Study Northern Natives - Dr. Hackett And Mr. Tindale Leaving Shortly.
- Customs Of Native Tribes - Valuable Data For Museum.
- Care Of Aborigines - London Anti-Slavery Society Interested In Problem.
- Plaster Casts of Natives for Museum Exhibition - Face Casts As Records - Museum's Research Into Natives - Organised Plan.

The 2 newspaper articles written by Mr. Tindale, titled:
- Hot on the Trail of Our Vanished Race.
- When Man Was Nearer to the Monkey.

Date Range 1932 - 1933    Quantity 0.2 cm, 7 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500076 Box Number 12 Series 375
Sir Joseph Cooke Verco - Lecturer in Medicine

This item contains 1 newspaper article concerning Sir Joseph Verco, titled:
- Young S.A. Scientist Hurries to Finish Job Before He Dies.

Date Range 1932    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500077 Box Number 12 Series 375
Herbert John Wilkinson - Elder Professor of Anatomy and Histology

This item contains 10 articles; 2 newspaper articles written by Professor Wilkinson and 8 newspaper articles concerning Professor Wilkinson, titled:
- Man With Two Hearts Puzzles Doctors.
- 'Have Complete Change' - Professor On The Holidays.
- Why Do Parrots Talk?
- Skin Health And Beauty - Advice By Adelaide Professor.
- Burials Began Agriculture - Professor Explains Latest Theory - Seed With Dead.
- Untitled article with reference to a farewell dinner for Prof. Wilkinson.
- Sterilising of the Unfit - Support in Sydney.
- Professor on Sterilisation - Justifications For Conclusions - Step Favored.

The 2 newspaper articles written by Professor Wilkinson, titled:
- Free Medical Examination For Children - Why Not For Adults?
- The Pace Is Fast But Does Not Kill - How We Are Adjusting Ourselves to the Hustle and Bustle of Today.

Date Range 1932 - 1935    Quantity 0.4 cm, 10 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500078 Box Number 12 Series 375
Professor John Raymond Wilton - Elder Professor of Mathematics

This item contains 1 newspaper article written by Professor Wilton, titled:
- Future Of Disarmament - Protest By The Society Of Friends.

Date Range 1933    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500079 Box Number 12 Series 375
Dr. Joseph Garnett Wood - Lecturer in Botany

This item contains 21 articles; 15 newspaper articles written by Professor Wood and 6 newspaper articles concerning Professor Wood, titled:
- "Salvation Jane" With Stem 15 Inches Wide - Queer Growth.
- Dutch Scheme To Reclaim Zuyder Zee.
- Regenerating Arid Country.
- No Hope For Arid S.A. Regions.
- Regenerating Arid Country - Surprising Result At Melton Station - Drift Stopped: Grass Re-Established - Simple Procedure.
- Regenerating Arid Country - Propitious Seasons Needed, Says Professor.

The 15 newspaper articles written by Professor Wood, titled:
- Pollen Analysis And Prehistoric Chronology - Recent Technique Throws Interest On Past Forest Development - Further Vitamin Review.
- **rids and Chimeras.
- Origin Of Species.
- The Origin Of Life.
- Problems of Plant Distribution.
- Changes Since Enclosure Of Zuider Zee.
- Potentialities Of Organisms.
- The Element Selenium In Nutrition.
- The Ascent Of The Sap In Plants.
- How Branches Are Formed In Trees.
- Distances In Botany Are Fantastic
- Problem of the Life-Span of Seeds.
- Patterns in the Life of Plant Organisms.
- Root Pressure and Ascent of Sap in Trees.
- Some Aspects Of Evolution.

Date Range 1932 - 1939    Quantity 1 cm, 21 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500080 Box Number 13 Series 375
Frederic Wood Jones - Professor of Anatomy

This item contains 9 newspaper articles concerning Professor Wood Jones, titled:
- Riddle Of The Universe.
- Ancient Chinese Knew About Modern Medical Science - Woman Doctor Practised in China in the Year 210.
- Examined The Peking Skull - Prof. Wood Jones Back From China.
- Flinders Chase.
- Spencer Gulf Islands - Melbourne Scientific Expedition - Wide Scope Of Survey.
- Professor and Kangaroo.
- Science And Fun - Professor Wood Jones Again.
- Scientists Marooned - Island Study of Grasshoppers and Other Things.
- Feathered Residents Of Lady Julia Percy Island.

Date Range 1931 - 1937    Quantity 0.1 cm, 9 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500081 Box Number 13 Series 375
Herbert Henry Woollard - Professor of Anatomy

This item contains 1 newspaper article concerning Professor Woollard, titled:
- "Inferiority Complex" - Lecture by Professor Woollard.

Date Range 1929    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500082 Box Number 13 Series 375
Waite Institute and Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR)

This item contains 71 articles; 69 newspaper articles, 1 newspaper photograph and 1 envelope, titled:
- Articles re The Waite Institute and C.S.I.R. Dec. 1934 to July 1937.

The 1 newspaper photograph caption, titled:
- English Schoolboys.

The 69 newspaper articles, titled:
- Methods To Check Grasshoppers - Urrbrae Official's Suggestions - Care With Poisons.
- Parasites Not Effective - Fighting Hoppers.
- Soil Drift and Grasshopper Pest Investigations.
- Farming In Russia - Professor Prescott Returns - "Interesting Tour"
- Farming In Murray Swamps - Wonderful Results Of Pasture Experiments.
- Combating Blowfly Pest - Experiments With New Sheep Dressing.
- Agriculture In Russia.
- Invasion By Grasshoppers Not Likely This Year - Institute Ready to Stamp Out Pest.
- Grasshopper Plague Not Feared - Scientist's View Unchanged.
- Varied Problems For Research Council - Outline Of Business For Two-Day Meeting - Inspections Yesterday.
- Problems Of Land And Sea Industries - Last Year's Work Of C.S.I.R. - Blue Mould In Tobacco - Coast-Disease And Blowfly Pest Eradication.
- Problem Of Soil Erosion - Suggested Corridor Of Resumed Leases.
- Saving The Wheat of Australia - Inquiry Into Rust.
- Women's Research On Tobacco.
- Value Of Research Work - Soil Drift, Grasshopper And Rabbit Control - Council's Report Food Preservation And Noxious Weeds.
- Control Of Marketing - Restoration Of Boards Considered - Views Of Council Of Agriculture - Decisions On Many Important Questions.
- Insects Attack Red Gums - Trees In Suburbs And Country Suffer.
- Keeping Tab On Grasshoppers - Science Preparing To Fight Pest - Visits To North.
- Researches Reveal How White Ant Pest Can Be Controlled.
- Sand Drift In Arid Regions - Some Causes And Effects Described By Mr. F.N. Ratcliffe.
- Work At Waite Institute - Investigating "Take-All" In Wheat - Grazing Experiments.
- Control Of Shifting Sands In South Australia.
- Re-Vegetation Of Arid Country - Creation Of Corridor Impracticable - Seed Reserves Suggested.
- Erosion.
- Research Council To Extend Work - \xA320,000 To Be Added To Estimates.
- Scientific Research Into Tobacco Industry.
- Leaf Mould In Tomato Houses - Growers Meet To Discuss New Problem.
- War Against Blowflies - Sheep Treated.
- Immunising Sheep From Blowflies - Demonstration Of Mules Operation.
- Immunising Sheep From Blowflies - Owner's Generous Offer.
- Research In Agriculture - Science Exhibit By Waite Institute - Display At University.
- Roseworthy Man's View - Expects Sheep Breed Change - College's Value.
- Leaf Mould Of Tomatoes - Serious Disease In Glass House.
- Obtaining Oil From Coal - Success Of Processes In Germany - Investigations Of C.S.I.R. Officer.
- Science Aids Agriculture.
- Soil Erosion Problem - "Need For Careful Investigation" - Dr. C.T. Madigan On Causes - Myth Of Untapped Resources.
- Rabbit Virus Experiments - C.S.I.R. Decision - Egg And Blow-Fly Investigations.
- Field Survey Of Blowfly Pest - Scientists Return From North.
- Testing Virus For Rabbit Extermination.
- Pure Seed An Essential To Agricultural Industries - Federal Minister Tells of Formidable List of Crop Enemies - Conference Opens In Adelaide.
- Modern Trend in Pasture Research.
- Pasture Experts In Conference - Value Of Pure Seed Stressed.
- Value Of Sown Pastures - Qualiies Of Perennial Ryegrass - Increased Carrying Capacity.
- Grasshoppers Not Causing Alarm - Waite Research Expert At Port Augusta.
- Grasshopper Plague At Pt. Augusta - Investigations By Expert.
- Preparing for Battle Against Hoppers.
- Debt of Science to Rats and Mice.
- Hit at Waite Report On Grasshoppers - Farmers Stress Ravages.
- Research Ship Ordered - Fishing Industry As National Asset - Neglected Here.
- Soil Science School Opens Today.
- Agriculture And Climate Control - Address By Agronomist - Importance Of Evaporation.
- Steps To Check Soil Erosion - Expedition To Central Asia Abandoned.
- Ornithologist And Botanist For Desert Expedition.
- Waite Institute Arboretum.
- Cypress of the Cemeteries; Relic of a Bygone Age.
- How Disease Affects Barley Yield - Waite Institute's Work On Smuts - Value Of Organic Dusts.
- C.S.I.R. Interest In Fishing Research.
- Women And Agriculture.
- White Fly On Tomatoes - Control By Wasp Parasite - Research Results At Waite Institute.
- Legumes In Pastures - Work At Waite Institute - Testing Clover Requirements.
- Tropical Agriculture In Australia - Drought Resistant Crops.
- Important Research At Waite Institute - Adelaide Man's Work On Plant Viruses - Light Thrown On Disease.
- Subterranean Clover Strains - Valuable Test At Urrbrae - Pasture Species Growth.
- Dr. Petrie Back From London - Plans Agriculture Experiments.
- Enquiry Into Soil Erosion - Part In National Plan To Solve Problem - Committee's Task - Natural Regeneration Amazes Scientists.
- Experimental Work On Pastures - Strain Building In Ryegrass - Drought Resistance Studied - Waite Institute Research.
- Regeneration Of Natural Flora - Experiments At Broken Hill - Country Closed To Rabbits - "Object Lesson To Pastoralists".
- Federal Survey Of Flax Prospects - New Scientific Branch To Be Formed.
- Checking Soil Erosion - Committee Returns From North-East - Country Expected To Recover - Experimental Work By Pastoralists.

Date Range 1934 - 1937    Quantity 2 cm, 71 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500083 Box Number 13 Series 375
Waite Institute and Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR)

This item contains 51 articles; 50 newspaper articles and 1 envelope, titled:
-The Waite Institute and C.S.I.R. July 1937 to 1938?

The 50 newspaper articles, titled:
- Soil Erosion In North - Investigations By Special Committee - Vegetation Recovers.
- Investigation Of Soil Erosion In Far North.
- Wheat Breeding At Waite Institute - Many Varieties Under Test - Hybrids Produced.
- At The Waite Research Institute - Girls' Work On Pasture Problems.
- Soil Erosion - The Cancer of the Earth Slowly Moving Drift Is S.A.'s Main Form.
- Water Heating Of Soil - Practicable, But Not Used Here.
- Plant Pest To Fight Wort - Beetle Enemy Plans.
- Methods Of Dealing With Soil Erosion - Conference Of Experts This Month.
- C.S.I.R. Declares War On Grasshippers - Hopeful Of Stamping Out The Pest.
- Plague Grasshoppers In North - Position Being Watched Closely.
- Soil Erosion Problem - Dr. Richardson Reviews Position.
- Cape Tulip Trouble.
- C.S.I.R. And Defence Department - Co-ordination Wanted In Scientific Research.
- Problems Of Secondary Industries - New Work For C.S.I.R. - Secretary's Enquiries.
- Laboratory For Research Into Industry Sought.
- C.S.I.R. To Consider Far Reaching Step - Establishment Of National Physical Laboratory.
- Science Comes To The Aid Of Secondary Industry - Results Show That Research Pays Handsomely.
- Tests Of Baits For Blowfly - Ethyl Mercaptan Gives Best Results.
- Death Soon For Rabbits If Virus Works.
- S.A. Site For Research Factory - Government Steps To Prepare Case - Units May Be Scattered.
- Fisheries Research Station To Be Near Sydney.
- Federal Treasurer's Appeal For Science Consciousness.
- Value And Cost Of Work Of C.S.I.R. - Financial Support Sought From Industries.
- . . . .il Survey To Combat Disease - Result Of C.S.I.R. Work In W.A.
- Meat And Dairying Industries - Investigations By Noted Physiologist - Agricultural Education Criticised.
- Use Of Phosphate On Pastures - Scientific Investigations.
- Experts Report On Pests - How Apricot Trees Are Killed - Erosion Move.
- More Grants By Wool Board - Research Work Encouraged - Drought Feeding To Be Investigated.
- Two More Appointments To Research Section.
- Grasshopper Problem - Initial Investigations.
- Coast Disease And Plant Nutrition - Tests With Copper For Cereal.
- Copper Deficiency In Plants - C.S.I.R. Experiments On Robe Problem.
- The Mistletoe Bough.
- Field Naturalists' Annual Meeting - Lecture On Grasses.
- Papers And Addresses At Bureau Congress - 50th Anniversary Dinner.
- Experts To Investigate Grasshopper Plague.
- Production Of Fruit Juices - Opening For Australia Foreseen - Work Of C.S.I.R.
- 1937.
- This article tells how research at Waite Agricultural Institute helps the State's farmers - 1938.
- Addresses At Bureau's Annual Congress - Keen Interest In Pig Production Review - Locusts and Grasshoppers Discussed - Farm Forestry, Pasture Work And Orchard Pests.
- Tung Tree Oil Industry For Australia Could Be Established.
- Grasshopper Plague.
- . . . .pers on 'March' In Upper North - Attacking Crops And Pasture Now.
- Tree Disease To Be Investigated.
- Disease In Fruit Trees - Salt Menaces Gardens At Pt. Augusta.
- Woman Botanist Visitor Did Unique Work.
- Grasshoppers In North - Expert Leaves On Inspection Tour.
- Land Development On Kangaroo Island - Good Rainfall And Ideal Climate - Low Fertility Soils.
- Land Development On Kangaroo Island - Soil Fertility And Pasture Species.
- Pastures On Deep Sands - Research Results.

Date Range 1937 - 1938    Quantity 1 cm, 51 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500084 Box Number 13 Series 375
Waite Institute and Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR)

This item contains 23 newspaper articles, titled:
- Land Development On Kangaroo Island - Features of Soil And Vegetation - How Soil Fertility Can Be Improved.
- New Clover Likely To Be Of Benefit to State.
- Science And Agriculture - Dr. Trumble On Waite Research.
- . . S.I.R. Research In Dairying Problems - School To Be Started At Werribee.
- Insect Attacks Bathurst Burr - "May Be Of Tremendous Value" - Premier In Upper North.
- Russian Grasses To Bind Soil - Promising Results In Mallee.
- Vacancies For Federal Research Officers.
- Proofing Buildings Against Ants - Demonstration Of C.S.I.R. Method.
- Winter School In Soil Science - First Of Its Kind To Be Held In Empire.
- Outwitting The White Ant.
- Opposed To \xA340,000 Business - Big Drive In S.A.
- Making Rayon In Australia "Time Arrived For Action" - Timber Expert's Suggestion.
- Research On Pasture Problems - Work In Lower Rainfall Arear - Wool Board Report.
- 5 Reports Tabled In Parliament - Fewer School Children.
- Manufacture Of Producer Gas - Large-Scale Preparations For Emergency Urged.
- Untitled article with reference to the '. . . . . silver candelabrum presented to John Ridley, of reaper fame, in London in 1861, is now on view at the Art Gallery'.
- Here To Grow Tomatoes - Brilliant Scientist From Hungary.
- Lectures On Soil Science - Winter School.
- Tung Oil Trees In Australia.
- New African Grass - Report Of Amazing Growth Verified.
- Salt Accumulation In Mallee Soils - Results Of Scientific Investigations.
- Approved Insurance Societies - Running Costs Limited To 5/ A Member.
- C.S.I.R. Wins War On Canberra Silverfish.

Date Range 1939 - 1940    Quantity 0.5 cm, 23 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500085 Box Number 13 Series 375
S.A. Centenary Articles

This item contains 3 articles; 2 newspaper articles and 1 envelope, titled:
- S.A. Centenary Articles - Jan. 1935.

The 2 newspaper articles, titled:
- Feature For S.A. Centenary - Visit of English Scientists - "Many Would Come".
- Music for The Centenary - Long List Of Items Framed.

Date Range 1934 - 1935    Quantity 0.1 cm, 3 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500086 Box Number 4 Series 375
University Women's Conference Centenary Council

This item contains 4 newspaper articles, titled:
- Professor Cullis.
- Women's Centennial Congress - Official Programme Announced.
- Woman Student of Juvenile Delinquency.
- Graduates' Conference For Schoolgirls.

Date Range 1936    Quantity 0.1 cm, 4 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500087 Box Number 4 Series 375
Public Body to Take Over Aquarium Proposed Site

This item contains 10 articles; 7 newspaper articles, 2 newspaper photographs and 1 envelope, titled:
- Public Body to take over Aquarium Proposed Site.

The 7 newspaper articles, titled:
- Aquarium Offered To Public Body - Mr. P.A. Geisler's Fine Collection.
- Aquarium Offer Supported - Botanic Garden Site.
- Value And Charm Of Aquaria.
- Wonders In Suburban Backyard.
- Aquarium Offer To Be Consdidered - Premier's Assurance To Mr. Geisler.
- Conditions Of Aquarium Offer - Mr. Geisler's Reply Received - Will Be Considered By Committee.
- Aquarium Offer Not Favored - Committee Reports To Premier - "Would Not Pay Expenses".

The 2 newspaper photograph captions, titled:
- Strange Creatures Of The Deep On Offer To State.
- Rare And Picturesque.

Date Range 1936 - 1937    Quantity 0.2 cm, 10 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500088 Box Number 4 Series 375
Letters From Students Re: Trade Relations With Japan

This item contains 6 articles; 5 newspaper articles and 1 envelope titled:
- Letters from University Students re Trade Relations with Japan 1936.

The 5 newspaper articles, titled:
- Views And Comments - Defence Preparations - Faith In The League Of Nations.
- Views And Comments - Balance Of Power Theory - Collective Security Aim.
- Our Trade Relations With Japan.
- Trade Relations With Japan - Sir John Latham's Good Work.
- Our Trade With Japan - "Ill-Judged Political Interference".

Date Range 1936    Quantity 0.1 cm, 6 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500089 Box Number 4 Series 375
British Medical Association (B.M.A.): The Treatment of Tuberculosis and Infantile Paralysis

This item contains 47 newspaper articles, titled:
- Control Of T.B. In S.A. - B.M.A. President Criticises Government.
- Criticism Of T.B. Plans - Minister Outlines Steps Already Taken - Government View Of Position.
- Tuberculosis Control - Dr. Cowan Replies To Sir Geo. Ritchie.
- Eradication Of Tuberculosis - "Possible In Two Generations".
- Empire T.B. Conference - South Australia To Be Represented.
- T.B. Deathrate Halved In S.A. - Great Improvement In Past 30 Years.
- Tuberculosis Deathrate - A Correction.
- Eradicating T.B. In Two Generations - Director's Claim For New System.
- Sister Kenny's Valuable Work.
- 11 More Cases Of Paralysis - Third From Mount Macedon.
- No Fears, But S.A. Prepares - How Paralysis May Be Fought - Report To Govt.
- Preventing Spread Of Paralysis - Advice Issued To All States - Watch Visiting Children - Infection As Result Of Contact.
- Victoria May Be Quarantined - Rigid Precautions Against Paralysis - Special Care At Canberra - Dr. Cumpston To Report On Outbreak.
- Ten More Cases In Victoria - Precautions Suggested For School Holidays.
- T.B. Menace Minimised, But Still Serious - Mortality Rate High Among Young Women In S.A.
- "Australia Can Banish Tuberculosis" - Doctors Urge Wide Attack - High Mortality In S.A. - Concern Over Fall In Birth Rate.
- A Call To Fight T.B.
- Death From Paralysis In New South Wales - Contact With Victoria Only By Letters - Precaution Bill Introduced - Provision Of Drastic Control Powers.
- Precautions For S.A. Children - Education Department.
- Medical Congress Discusses Diphtheria Immunisation.
- An Eradicable Disease.
- Medical Congress Reviews Outbreak - Lives Saved By Use Of Respirators.
- "No Need For Alarm No Excuse For Panic" - Mr. Hughes Urges Calm.
- Marriage Of T.B. Patients - Doctors Discuss Question Of Ban - Many Factors Weighed - Risk Of Infection Emphasised.
- Infantile Paralysis Panic.
- Preventative Measures Against Paralysis - Contacts Banned From Public Assemblies - \xA310 Penalty - "Panic Legislation" Deprecated.
- People in S.A. Should Live Normal Lives - Doctor's Timely Advice.
- Five New Cases Of Paralysis - No Federal Aid For After Treatment Fund.
- Sister Kenny's Treatment - Mr. Hughes Replies To B.M.A. Critics - Points In Favor Emphasised.
- Tuberculosis And Maternal Mortality Campaign - Suggestions Of Health Research Council - Need For Dietetic Treatment And Care.
- Facilities For Combating Tuberculosis.
- Clinic Doctor Praises Sister Kenny's Methods - "Better Than Any Other Treatment" - Supports Views Of Mr. Hughes.
- Still Need For Care - Dr. Southwood's Report On Paralysis - Advice To Parents - Three Cases Yesterday.
- No Special T.B. Investigation In South Australia.
- T.B. Survey In Adelaide - High Incidence In Women - September Figures.
- Grant For T.B. Research - Survey of Young S.A. Women.
- Tuberculosis Survey - Start Made With 50 Young Nurses - S.A. Chosen For Unique Tests - Discovering Early Symptoms.
- Of Personal As Well As National Benefit.
- State T.B. Survey - High Incidence Among Young Women - 20 Cases Found In 1,200 Tests - Disease Caught In Early Stages.
- T.B. Survey Lead To Be Followed By Victoria.
- Pensions For T.B. Sufferers - "Not Responsibility Of State" - Requests To Canberra.
- Control Of Tuberculosis.
- Need For Pensions For T.B. Sufferers - Research Doctor's Plan - Problem Of Girls At Work.
- Protest Against Proposed T.B. Colony At Belair.
- Proposed T.B. Colony At Belair - Doctor's Scheme To Provide Employment.
- Milk From Tubercular Cows Danger To Children.
- Tuberculosis Campaign Extended - Control Of Hospital Wards Transferred.

Date Range 1936 - 1939    Quantity 0.9 cm, 47 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500090 Box Number 4 Series 375
Articles Re: Semites and Aryans

This item contains 4 articles; 3 newspaper articles and 1 envelope, titled:
- Articles re Semites and Aryans.

The 3 newspaper articles, titled:
- Nazi Germany And Jewry - Warning To Lovers Of Freedom.
- Sir Stanton Hicks's Lecture.
- Semites And Aryans.

Date Range 1937    Quantity 0.1 cm, 4 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500091 Box Number 4 Series 375
Visitors to Adelaide

This item contains 14 articles; 13 newspaper articles, and 1 envelope, titled:
- Visitors to Adelaide 29th March 1938 to.

The 13 newspaper articles, titled:
- Address To University Students.
- China - - Land Of Charm And Sadness.
- Untitled article with reference to Professor E.A. Seagar, of London, a world authority on tropical diseases, arriving in Adelaide.
- Bevan Lectures To Begin On Monday.
- Presentation Of Diplomas.
- Untitled article with reference to Dr. W.M. Horton, from Oberlin University, visit to Adelaide.
- Untitled article with reference to Professor E.W. Skeats, professor of geology and mineralogy at the University of Melbourne, addressing a combined meeting of the Royal Geographical and Geography Societies of South Australia.
- Untitled article with reference to Professor Boris Alexander and the debaters from LeMoyne College, Memphis, Tennessee, U.S.A. entertained at luncheon by the Commonwealth Club.
- Untitled article with reference to Professor E.W. Skeats, Professor of Geology in the Melbourne University, giving lecture.
- Carnegie Professor To Visit Adelaide.
- Untitled article with reference to Dr. W.B. Castle, professor of medicine at Harvard Univesity, U.S.A. arriving from Melbourne.
- Royal College Of Music Examiners Arrives.
- Refugee Violinist To Play In Adelaide.

Date Range 1938 - 1940    Quantity 0.2 cm, 14 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500092 Box Number 4 Series 375
Free Public Lectures

This item contains 2 articles; 1 newspaper article and 1 envelope, titled:
- W.E.A. Public Lectures 1939.

The 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Free Public Lectures.

Date Range 1939    Quantity 0.1 cm, 2 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500093 Box Number 4 Series 375
Waite Institute

This item contains 51 articles; 43 newspaper articles, 7 newspaper photographs and 1 envelope, titled:
- Articles Concerning The Waite Institute and The C.S. & I.R.

The 43 newspaper articles, titled:
- Wheet Breeders will defeat Hot Winds.
- Roseworthy College - Should Be Made Profitable.
- Trailing The Insect Felon - Patient Work At Urrbrae - Cause Of Hay Itch?
- Untitled newspaper article with reference to Dr. J. Davidson and Mr. J.W. Evans installing instruments at orchard at Balhannah.
- Fight Against Lucerne Flea - Doctor Notes How Eggs Hatch - Effect Of Damp.
- Birds To Prey On Blowflies - Another Move In War On Pests - London Experiment.
- 1,000 Thripes In One Rose - Insecticides to Fight State Pest - Wide Research.
- Thripes Problem - Commonwealth-Wide Action To Be Taken - League Formed Here.
- Soils Of Australia - Professor Prescott's Tributet Mallee Farmers.
- Where Scientists Wrest Secrets From Nature - Waite Research Workers Will Improve Primary Production.
- Scientist Tells of Fight on Thrips.
- Primitive Insect Fount at Waite Institute.
- Death Of Cedar Trees.
- Investigation Of Thripes Pest - W.A. Scientist Appointed.
- Knowing When Thrips Due - Scientists Engaged on Problem.
- "Root Of Crisis In Agriculture" - Surplus Production is Chief Problem - Dr. Richardson.
- Science Call On The Mite - To Prey on S.A.'s Destructive Flea - Eats 18 A Day.
- Get More From Land and Lose Less - How Australia Must Meet New Prices.
- Scientific Agriculture In Java And Japan - Sugar And Rice Yields Improved Enormously.
- Development Of Industry.
- Doing the Rounds With the Plant Doctor.
- Closing Of Empire Marketing Board - "Times" On Wiping Out Services Of Value.
- Prickly Pear Destruction In South Australia.
- Empire Marketing Board - Discontinuance From September 30
- Causes Of Rust In Wheat - Scientists On Diseases.
- Like Father, Like Son - Modern Thought On The Laws of Heredity.
- Fighting Disease In Cattle - Work Of Research Council - Chilling Of Beef.
- Science to the Aid of the Farmer.
- Milling Qualities Of Wheat - R. Richardson Addresses Bakers' Convention.
- White Head And Tomato Wilt - Special Articles In 'The Chronicle".
- Wheat Take-All Prevalent - What It Is And How It Acts On Crops.
- Tree Lovers Visit Institute.
- Rich Resources Of Primary Production - Wheat Adds Millions To South Australia's Wealth - Flow Of Agricultural Produce Is Life Blood Of State - \xA39,400,000 From One Harvest - Huge Tracts Of Murray Mallee And West Coast Brought Under Plough - How Research Aids Farmers.
- Eight Years' Research At Waite Institute Reviewed - Scientists Aim To Help Men On Land To Grow Better And Bigger Crops - Rotation Tests and Diseases.
- Production Costs Ruin Industry - Cheaper Methods Needed To Save Wheatgrowers - Problems Facing Commission - Evidence By Professor Richardson.
- Finding Out About Pasture Pests - Entomological Research.
- Dairy Experts On Their Problems - Efficiency Imperative If Industry to Survive - Butter Trade Parley.
- Mite Verses Flea - Science, Referee In Battle - Fight To Finish.
- Agriculture As A Science - Improving Pastures And Controlling Pests.
- Waging War On Pest - Cactoblastis On Prickly Pear - S.A. Experiment.
- Grass Research Work - Adelaide Position.
- Termite Proof Method Of Building - C.S.I.R. Demonstration Opens Tomorrow.
- Farmers And Waite Institute - Instructive Lecturettes On Land Problems.

The 7 newspaper photograph captions, titled:
- Latest Library - Barr Smith Library. [attached to envelope]
- Librarian. [attached to envelope]
- Barr Smith . . . [attached to envelope]
- . . . . of the Barr Smith Library. [attached to envelope]
- The Figure Of Science. [attached to envelope]
- How the University has grown. [attached to envelope]
- Agricultural Bureau Delegates at Waite Institute.

Date Range 1932 - 1934    Quantity 0.8 cm, 51 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500094 Box Number 5 Series 375
Articles Concerning Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CS and IR)

This item contains 16 articles; 15 newspaper articles and 1 envelope, titled:
- Articles Concerning C.S. & I.R. 10-2-32 to.

The 15 newspaper articles, titled:
- How Science Helps Production - Work Of Research Council Covers Wide Field.
- Thrips Problem - Dr. Davidson Appointed To Investigate - Waite Expert.
- Council Discusses Animal Health.
- How Soil Surveying Helps Settlers - Lecture On Research Work.
- Shearing By Chemicals - One Dose Peels Sheep Clean - Soviet Claim.
- Science And Production.
- Sheep Likened To Machine.
- British Sheep Breeding - Scientist Lectures Society.
- More Wool From Sheep - S.A. Scientist's Research - Gland's Effect.
- Research Council Meets In Adelaide - Murray Settlements To Be Visited - Tour Of Inspection.
- Parasitic Diseases In Sheep - Dr. Clunies-Ross Reviews Research Work.
- Animal Health Research - Benefits To Pastoral Industry - New Outlook.
- Valuable Research Work - Experts Report On Results Of Experiments - Lack Of Funds.
- Science And Industry.
- Possible Cure For Rabbit Pest - Virus Found By Accident.

Date Range 1932 - 1934    Quantity 0.2 cm, 16 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500095 Box Number 5 Series 375
Hedley Herbert Finlayson - Assistant Lecturer and Demonstrator of Chemistry

This item contains 1 newspaper article concerning Mr. Finlayson, titled:
- Flying Opossum.

Date Range 1931    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500096 Box Number 8 Series 375
Sir Douglas Mawson - Professor of Geology and Mineralogy

This item contains 3 newspaper articles concerning Sir Douglas Mawson, titled:
- Geology Students Visit Central Australia. (Picture and Caption)
- Scientific Agriculture. (Picture and Caption)
- What New Building at Urrbrae Will be Like When Finished. (Picture and Caption)

Date Range 1929    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 encapsulated item
Inventory Identifier 037500097 Box Number 14 Series 375
Norman B. Tindale - Ethnologist at the South Australian Museum

This item contains 1 newspaper article concerning Norman B. Tindale, titled:
- Quaint Customs of Arnhem Natives.

Date Range 1933    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 encapsulated article
Inventory Identifier 037500098 Box Number 14 Series 375
Brian Gilmore Maegraith - South Australian Rhodes Scholar

This item contains 1 newspaper article concerning Mr. Maegraith, titled;
- Native Legends From the Heavens.

Date Range 1934    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 encapsulated article
Inventory Identifier 037500099 Box Number 14 Series 375
Edward Owen Giblin Shann - Professor of Economics

This item contains 1 newspaper article concerning Professor Shann, titled:
- Mystery of Professor's Death - Strange Aspects of Fatal Dive From Window - Official Secrecy Breeds Crop of Cruel Rumors.

Date Range 1935    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 encapsulated article
Inventory Identifier 037500100 Box Number 14 Series 375
Jubilee of Adelaide University

This item contains references to: Ceremonies & Celebrations

Date Range 1926    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 encapsulated article
Inventory Identifier 037500101 Box Number 14 Series 375
Fiftieth Birthday Next Week

This item contains references to: Ceremonies & Celebrations

Date Range 1926    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 encapsulated article
Inventory Identifier 037500102 Box Number 14 Series 375
University Development, Physics and Engineering; Fine New Building Opened

This item contains references to: Property Management; Physics; Engineering

Date Range 1926    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 encapsulated article
Inventory Identifier 037500103 Box Number 14 Series 375
University Jubilee Celebrations

This item contains references to: Ceremonies & Celebrations

Date Range 1926    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 encapsulated article
Inventory Identifier 037500104 Box Number 14 Series 375
Leo Murtho Abell - Mining Graduate

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Adelaide Mining Graduate In Important Post

Date Range 1936    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500105 Box Number 6 Series 375
Aboriginal Matters

This item contains 10 newspaper articles, titled:
- Identification Of Chandos Bones - Skeleton Of Native Woman.
- Skeleton Found Near Pinnaroo.
- The Lubra Is Pioneer Of The North.
- "Worth Saving" - Dr. Duguid's Plea For Aborigines.
- Health Of Hermannsburg Natives - Everything Possible Being Done.
- Ill Treatment Of Blacks Alleged - Minister To Enquire When Visiting Alice Springs.
- Criticism Of Missions To Aborigines - Board Chairman's Strong Reply.
- Life Given To Natives - Noble Story Of Self-Sacrifice - Desert Friends.
- Queensland Now Has Our First Aboriginal Parliament.
- Problem Of Racial Hygiene - Body To Be Formed Here.

Date Range 1929 - 1936    Quantity 0.2 cm, 10 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500106 Box Number 6 Series 375
Olive Wanda Abotomey - BA Graduate

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Healing Defective Speech.

Date Range 1937    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500107 Box Number 6 Series 375
Adelaide Children's Hospital

This item contains 3 newspaper articles, titled:
- Improved Form Of Insulin - One Dose Daily Instead Of Two Or Three - Success Abroad - Children's Hospital Begins Treatment.
- Specialists Visit Hospital Unusual Child Cases.
- New Hospital Wing Opened - \xA330,000 Building For Sick Children - Work Of Dr. H. Gilbert - Governor's Tribute.

Date Range 1936 - 1937    Quantity 0.1 cm, 3 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500108 Box Number 6 Series 375
Adelaide Teachers College

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Teachers' College Committees.

Date Range 1936    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500109 Box Number 6 Series 375
Adelaide University Graduates Union

This item contains 7 newspaper articles, titled:
- Liquor Debate At University - Clergyman And Publican On Same Platform.
- Graduates' Meeting.
- University Commemoration Day Tomorrow.
- Inter-'Varsity Debaters' Dinner And Council Meeting.
- Presbyterian Moderator To Address Combined Meeting.
- Graduates And English Speaking Union.
- Medical Patrol In Far North Advocated.

Date Range 1935 - 1936    Quantity 0.1 cm, 7 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500110 Box Number 6 Series 375
Agricultural Research

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Big Plan Of Wool Board - First-Year Cost \xA320,000 - S.A. Involved.

Date Range c. 1935    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500111 Box Number 6 Series 375
Australian Chemical Industry Conference - Waite

This item contains 4 newspaper articles, titled:
- Community Work By Chemists - Speeches At Annual Dinner - Entire Change In War Methods.
- Chemistry In Industry - Delegates To Confer Today.
- First Impressions Of Adelaide - Reception To Chemical Conference Delegates.
- Chemical Conference Ends - Visit To Waite Institute.

Date Range 1937    Quantity 0.1 cm, 4 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500112 Box Number 6 Series 375
Automotive Engineers Institute

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Institution Of Automotive Engineers.

Date Range 1939    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500113 Box Number 6 Series 375
Vina Melba Barnden - Music Graduate 1935

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Cardus Hears A Young Pianist.

Date Range 1937    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500114 Box Number 6 Series 375
Barr Smith Library

This item contains 1 newspaper photograph, caption title:
- To Students.

Date Range 1938    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500115 Box Number 6 Series 375
Maurice Hier Besanko - Law Graduate - Obituary

This item contains 1 newspaper obituary article, titled:
- The Late Mr. M. Besanko.

Date Range 1939    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500116 Box Number 6 Series 375
Harry Billinghurst - Lecturer - Obituary

This item contains 1 newspaper obituary article, titled:
- Obituary - Mr. Harry Billinghurst.

Date Range 1937    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500117 Box Number 6 Series 375
Dr. Anna Olga Bindschedler - Law Student

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Swiss Woman To Study Law Here.

Date Range 1937    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500118 Box Number 6 Series 375
Bonython Hall 'Stone Case'

This item contains 16 articles; 15 newspaper articles and 1 envelope titled: Bonython Hall - Case Over Stone - Breach of Contract Alleged.

The 15 newspaper articles, titled:
- Bonython Hall Stone Case.
- Bonython Hall Stone Case.
- Plaintiff Succeeds In Bonython Hall Stone Case.
- Further Evidence In Bonython Hall Stone Case.
- Hearing Of Bonython Hall Stone Case Ends.
- Case Over Stone For Bonython Hall - Breach Of Contract Alleged.
- Stone Contract Case Continues.
- Action Over Bonython Hall Stone Contract.
- Action Over Stone Contract.
- Action Over Bonython Hall Stone Contract.
- Action Over Stone Contract.
- Stone Contract Case - Evidence For Defence.
- Case Over Stone For Bonython Hall - Hearing Resumed In Supreme Court.
- Freestone For Bonython Hall - Contract Breach Alleged - Claim For \xA32,184.
- Stone Contract Case Still Unfinished.

Date Range 1934 - 1935    Quantity 0.2 cm, 16 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500119 Box Number 6 Series 375
Dr. Beryl Bowering - Medical Graduate

This item contains 1 newspapers article, titled:
- Weird Festival For Fanatical Pilgrims - Amazing Scenes At Puri: Worship For "Lord Of Universe".

Date Range 1935    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500120 Box Number 6 Series 375
David Alexander Burnard - Doctor of Music

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Modern Music - Dr. Burnard's Address To Organists' Society.

Date Range 1934    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500121 Box Number 6 Series 375
Dr. Hugh William Bell Cairns - Rhodes Scholar. A.C.H.

This item contains 1 untitled newspaper article with reference to Dr Cairns called to attend to Lawrence of Arabia after a motor cycling accident.

Date Range 1935    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500122 Box Number 6 Series 375
Campus Development

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Congestion Of Public Buildings In North Terrace Criticised - Architect Contends Possibilities For Townplanning Effects Overlooked - Plan For Future Development.

Date Range 1936    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500123 Box Number 6 Series 375
Noel Francis Carmen - Student

This item contains 1 untitled newspaper article with reference to Mr. Carman passing Latin in the first year of his Bachelor of Arts course while spending the whole year in hospital.

Date Range 1938    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500124 Box Number 6 Series 375
Dr. Phoebe Chapple - Medical

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Dr Phoebe Chapple Returns.

Date Range 1937    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500125 Box Number 6 Series 375
Classical Association

This item contains 4 newspaper articles, all with the same title:
- Classical Association.

Date Range 1936    Quantity 0.1 cm, 4 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500126 Box Number 6 Series 375
Alan Coad - Singer

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Adelaide Singer Going Abroad - Mr. Alan Coad To Leave In May.

Date Range 1936    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500127 Box Number 7 Series 375
Conferring Degrees

This item contains 5 newspaper article, titled:
- Conferring Of University Degrees - Plans For Ceremony On Wednesday - First Time In Bonython Hall.
- Conferring Of Degrees - Candidates To Be Presented - Ceremony Next Week.
- University Procession.
- Pageantry At University - Conferring Degrees Tomorrow.
- Conferring Of University Degrees - Plans For Ceremony On Wednesday - List Of Candidates.

Date Range 1936    Quantity 0.1 cm, 5 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500128 Box Number 7 Series 375
Mary Cross PhD - Biochemist

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Miss Mary Cross.

Date Range 1938    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500129 Box Number 7 Series 375
C.S.I.R.

This item contains 3 newspaper articles, titled:
- Aid To Primary Industries - Research Council Reviews Progress - Science For Farms.
- Secondary Industry Research Work - Extension Of C.S.I.R. Activities - Appointment Of Committee - Mr. Lyons's Outline.
- Research Planned Into Problems - Secondary Industry.

Date Range 1930 - 1936    Quantity 0.1 cm, 3 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500130 Box Number 7 Series 375
Dr. Robert Dalley-Scarlett - Conductor - Music Bachelor

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Conductor Has Had Remarkable Career - Is Talented Linguist.

Date Range 1939    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500131 Box Number 7 Series 375
Dr. Ruby Claudia Emily Davy - Conductor - Music Bachelor

This item contains 2 newspaper articles, titled:
- Honor For S.A. Woman Musician.
- Dr. Ruby Davy to Unveil Honor Case.

Date Range 1936    Quantity 0.1 cm, 2 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500132 Box Number 7 Series 375
Debating Team

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Debating Team.

Date Range 1937    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500133 Box Number 7 Series 375
Dental Studies

This item contains 7 newspaper articles, titled:
- Studied Dental Progress Abroad - Dr. Basil Leach Returning In Strathaird.
- Dental Convention To Open Tomorrow.
- Dental Congress To Open In Melbourne On August 21.
- Toll Here Of Dental Ills - Subsidy Move.
- Fees For Dental Course.
- 3,000 Scholars' Teeth Pulled in Year.
- Untitled newspaper article with reference to Dr. T.D. Campbell, Superintendent of the Dental Clinic, returning from an overseas visit.

Date Range 1936 - 1939    Quantity 0.1 cm, 7 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500134 Box Number 7 Series 375
Agnes Laura Anna Dorsch - Graduate - Obituary

This item contains 1 newspaper obituary article, titled:
- Death Of Miss Agnes Dorsch - Brilliant Career.

Date Range 1937    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500135 Box Number 7 Series 375
Dr. John Matthew Dwyer, MBBS (1928)

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Political Science School Topics - Addresses For Next Week-End.

Date Range 1938    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500136 Box Number 7 Series 375
Education Issues

This item contains 25 newspaper articles, titled:
- Business Careers And Higher Education.
- Education's Part In Preventing War - Mr. Adey Opens Teachers' Conference - Federal Aid Suggested.
- English Style And Grammar - Capacity For Self Criticism - Objective Standards.
- Your Boy - - And His Career - - No. 1.
- Training Of Boys - Business Men's Suggestions - More Practical Subjects - Advice To Parents.
- Federal Financing Of Education Suggested - Teacher's President Speaks Of Budget Comedy - State's Big Money Burdens.
- Wrong View Of Education - "Not Finished When School is Over" - Effect Of Exams.
- Prominent Prince's Old Scholar Doubts Value Of Exams - "Sound Commercial Grounding Needed".
- Type Of Youth Commercial Houses Wish To Employ.
- Progress Of Education In S.A. - Mr. Nicholls Deplores Check - Against Charging Fees.
- Premier is... - Speaker On Education - Challenged By Mr. Butler - "System Sound".
- Is Homework Harmful to Girls?
- Medical Opinion Alarms Tasmania - Divergent Views Of S.A. Authorities - Girls Lose Weight.
- Drastic Alterations.
- The Growth of a Bowden School.
- Lighter Side Of Public Examinations.
- How Examiners Change Their Minds.
- The English Essay - Self-Criticism, Thinking, And Theory - Hard To Suggest Positive Rules.
- School Fee Ruling Arouses Comment - Questions to be Asked About Minister's Action - Wide Official Powers.
- Set Scale Sought - Concessions In School Fees - 'Not Equitable'.
- English In The Schools - Is It A Good Compulsory Subject? - Examination Problems.
- Dynamics In Education.
- Examination System Criticised - Seldom True Test Of Ability, Says Dr. Ray.
- The Child Of Today - This Examinations Fetish
- English As It Is Spoken.

Date Range 1934 - 1938    Quantity 0.4 cm, 25 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500137 Box Number 7 Series 375
Elder Conservatorium

This item contains 30 articles; 4 newspaper advertisements and 26 newspaper articles:

The 4 newspaper advertisements, titled:
- Elder Hall - Elder Conservatorium, North Terrace, Wednesday, April 22nd at 8 p.m.
- Elder Hall - Elder Conservatorium, North Terrace, Tonight. Wednesday, April 22nd.
- Elder Hall - Elder Conservatorium, North Terrace, Tomorrow April 22nd, at 8 p.m.
- Today - Today Plans Open at Allan's First Public Performance Adelaide Philharmonic Choir.

The 26 newspaper articles, titled:
- Excellent Bach Recital - Choruses Well Sung.
- Elder Hall Midday Music.
- Elder Conservatorium Dance And Bridge.
- Conservatorium Luncheon Tomorrow.
- To Meet Mr. And Mrs. Clive Carey.
- Elder Hall Midday Music.
- Musical Prodigy - To Study Medicine.
- Conservatorium Lunch Hour Concert.
- Elder Hall Midday Music.
- Elder Conservatorium Recital.
- Pianoforte Pupils Give Recital.
- Music Students.
- Elder Hall Midday Music.
- Excellent Concert In Elder Hall - Conservatorium Orchestra With Artists.
- At Elder Conservatorium.
- Conservatorium Dance.
- Elder Conservatorium Students' Concert.
- Elder Hall Midday Music.
- Conservatorium Association.
- Conservatorium Old Scholars.
- Adelaide Artists Do Well In London.
- Gramaphone Recital.
- Reception To French Organist.
- Elder Hall Midday Music.
- To Meet Mr. And Mrs. Clive Carey.
- Second Meeting.

Date Range 1934 - 1939    Quantity 0.3 cm, 30 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500138 Box Number 7 Series 375
English Speaking Union

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Australia's Place In The Empire - Address At English Speaking Union.

Date Range 1936    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500139 Box Number 7 Series 375
Fellowship Project

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Centre Of Fellowship Project Interests University Students.

Date Range 1935    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500140 Box Number 8 Series 375
Hedley Herbert Finlayson - Assistant Lecturer and Demonstrator of Chemistry

This item contains 17 articles; 8 newspaper articles concerning H.H. Finlayson and 9 newspaper articles written by H.H. Finlayson, titled:
- The Luritja Country - - - No. 1 - Colorful Variety Of The Centre - Red Landscapes Open To Sun's Splendor - Beauty Of Ranges.
- Lost Animal Not Extinct - Oolcunta One Of Nature's Rarities.
- The Luritja Country - - - No. 2 - Centre Comes To Life At Night - Huge, Colored Lizards; Obscure Mammals - Acres Of Birds.
- The Luritja Country - - - No. 3 - Little Mammals Of The Centre - Thrilling Spectacle Of A Maala Hunt - Blacks At Sport.
- Not Extinct, But Lost.
- Rare Marsupial Rediscovered - Not Seen For 100 Years - Mr. Finlayson's Find On Diamentina.
- Marsupials Of The Nullarbor - Native Hunters Dying Out - Is The Oolacunta There?
- Scientists Find New Mammals In South Australia.
- The Luritja Blacks - - - No. 3 - Kindly Ways Of Aborigines - Generous, GoodHumored, Fair To Whites - Not Understood.
- The Luritja Blacks - - - No. 2 - Amazing Skill As Hunters - Blacks' Keen Sense Of Observation - Items Of Their Diet.
- The Luritja Blacks - - - No 1 - Nomadic Hunters Of The Centre - How the Blacks Live: Ability To Endure - Gigantic Appetite.
- The Wonder That Is Ayers Rock.
- Quest For Rare Mammals - Mr. Finlayson Back From Central Australia.
- Through Mulga and Sandhills - Being an account of an arduous journey to the Remote Centre.
- Lost For 90 Years - Oolacunta Is Found Again - Excitement Of Search For "Extinct" Marsupial - Hunted, Caught And Photographed - Speed Of A Hare And Greater Stamina.
- Picture Accompanying "Lost For 90 Years . . . .".
- Flying Opossum.

Date Range 1931 - 1933    Quantity 1 cm, 17 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500141 Box Number 8 Series 375
Dr. Ella Flaum

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Research With Soils And Drugs.

Date Range 1939    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500142 Box Number 8 Series 375
Dr. Arthur Campbell Garnett - Lecturer in Logic

This item contains 2 newspaper articles, titled:
- Nazism Is An Inferiority Complex - Situation In Germany - People In Dangerous Mood.
- Curing Germany's "Nerves" - British Diplomacy Praised - Democratic Government Best For Workers.

Date Range 1934    Quantity 0.1 cm, 2 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500143 Box Number 8 Series 375
Student Related Matters

This item contains 7 articles; 5 newspaper articles and 2 newspaper photographs:
The 5 newspaper articles, titled:
- How to Succeed - Advanced Students To Sit on Tuesday - Dozen Suggestions For Candidates - Do Not Neglect Any Questions.
- In Defence Of The Undergraduate - He Thinks and Works.
- Soursobs Figure Prominently In Varsity Students' Own Floral Festival.
- 53 Entries For University Procession.
- How Students Will Spend Vacation - Varied Ways to Earn Money.

The 2 newspaper photograph captions, titled:
- Three Of The Seven.
- Lectures For 1939.

Date Range 1931 - 1939    Quantity 0.2 cm, 7 article
Inventory Identifier 037500144 Box Number 8 Series 375
Professor L. F. Giblin - Professor of Economics, University of Melbourne

This item contains 2 newspaper articles, titled:
- Australian Poets And Our Culture.
- Untitled article with reference to Prof Giblin expected to arrive in Adelaide.

Date Range 1936 - 1938    Quantity 0.1 cm, 2 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500145 Box Number 8 Series 375
Miss Hilda Beatrice Gill - Bachelor of Music

This item contains 3 newspaper articles, titled:
- Italian Garden Theatre - Vintage Day At Portofino - Women Graduates Pursue Studies.
- Cultured Singer.
- Recital By Hilda Gill.

Date Range 1935 - 1937    Quantity 0.2 cm, 3 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500146 Box Number 8 Series 375
Albert George Gillespie - Medical Student - Obituary

This item contains 1 newspaper obituary article, titled:
- South Australian Believed Victim Of Mock War.

Date Range 1938    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500147 Box Number 8 Series 375
Samuel Goudie - Chief Caretaker - Obituary

This item contains 1 newspaper obituary article, titled:
- Link With Bobbie Burns.

Date Range 1935    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500148 Box Number 8 Series 375
Graduates - William Nicolle Oats and Iris Esther Sells

This item contains 2 newspaper articles, titled:
- Jugo-Slavia And The League Of Nations - Only Alternative To War.
- Arnold and Obermann - English Poet's Debt To French Authors.

Date Range 1934    Quantity 0.1 cm, 2 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500149 Box Number 8 Series 375
Graduates Union Association

This item contains 4 newspaper articles, titled:
- Adelaide Graduates' Week Arrangements.
- Luncheon To New Graduates.
- Untitled article with reference to entertaining visiting delegates.
- Graduates' Luncheon.

Date Range 1937 - 1938    Quantity 0.1 cm, 4 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500150 Box Number 8 Series 375
Thomas Mayfield Hardy - Vingeron - Obituary

This item contains 1 newspaper obituary article title:
- Career Of Mr. T.M. Hardy - A Leading Vigneron Of Australia.

Date Range 1938    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500151 Box Number 9 Series 375
Geoffrey Bertram Holding - Optometry Graduate

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Passed With Highest Credits.

Date Range 1936    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500152 Box Number 9 Series 375
Dr. Miriam Beatrice Hyde - Elder Scholar

This item contains 6 newspaper articles, titled:
- Miriam Hyde's Return - Valuable 3 Years In London - Compositions Examined.
- Will Forsake Composing for Concerts - Miss Hyde Back.
- Pianist In Famous Orchestras At 23 Years Of Age - Miss Miriam Hyde Has Composed Centenary Overture.
- Orchestral Concert - Praise From Dr. Alex Burnard.
- Writing Music For The Pageant.
- Girl Musicians.

Date Range 1936 - 1937    Quantity 0.2 cm, 6 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500153 Box Number 9 Series 375
Rex Ingamells - Literature

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- First Issue Of Venture - Verse - - Stories.

Date Range 1937    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500154 Box Number 9 Series 375
Johnson Laboratories

This item contains 1 newspaper sketch of the new chemistry laboratories

Date Range 1932    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 sketch
Inventory Identifier 037500155 Box Number 9 Series 375
Ronald Lisle Johnson - Law Student

This item consists of 1 untitled newspaper article with reference to Mr. R.L. Johnson recommended for the League of Nations prize.

Date Range 1936    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500156 Box Number 9 Series 375
Miss Margaret L. Kiek, B.A.- Poet

This item consist of 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Girl Of 22 Writes Centenary Ode.

Date Range 1936    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500157 Box Number 10 Series 375
Brenton James Langbein - Elder Conservatorium

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Gawler's Musical Prodigy Plays Both Violin and Piano - Conservatorium Recital at Age of 8.

Date Range 1936    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500158 Box Number 10 Series 375
Law Students Society

This item contains 2 newspaper articles, titled:
- University Law Students' Society.
- Addresses and Debates At the University.

Date Range 1936 - 1937    Quantity 0.1 cm, 2 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500159 Box Number 10 Series 375
Professor F.E. Lloyd - Visiting Botanist

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Visiting Botanist Finds Many Matters Of Interest Here - Discusses Dictators, Cooking, Gambling, Science, and Our Pronunciation - Expert On Carnivorous Plants.

Date Range 1936    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500160 Box Number 10 Series 375
Medical Congress 1937

This item contains 12 newspaper articles, titled:
- Medical Congress Discussions - End Of Medical Congress - Excursions Popular In Ideal Weather - Value Of Discussions Stressed - Stimulas To Attack On Tuberculosis.
- Prevention Of Asthma In Children - Advice On Measures To Be Adopted.
- Treatment Of Nervous Children - Problems Created By Modern Homes - Toll Of Fatigue.
- Causes Of Rickets In Children - Food Deficiencies And Long Clothes Blamed.
- Recovery Hospital Needed - Rheumatic Infection Of Children.
- Medical Congress Delegates Visit Hospital.
- Public Lecture - Australasian Medical Congress.
- Public Lecture - Australasian Medical Congress.
- Brilliant Scene At Medical Congress Reception.
- Untitled article with reference to His Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor opening the Australasian Medical Congress.
- Medical Congress Tea At University.
- Brilliant Spectacle At Medical Congress Ball.

Date Range 1937    Quantity 0.2 cm, 12 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500161 Box Number 10 Series 375
Melba Scholarships

This item contains 2 newspaper articles, titled:
- The Dame Nellie Melba Bequest Scholarship Second Award, 1937.
- Melba Scholarships.

Date Range 1936 - 1937    Quantity 0.1 cm, 2 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500162 Box Number 10 Series 375
Sir Mark Ledingham Mitchell - Professor of Chemistry - Biochemistry

This item contains 2 newspaper articles, titled:
- Artificial Vitamin Produced; Of Little Interest, Says Adelaide Authority.
- Untitled article with reference to Professor Mark L. Mitchell returning to Australia from America.

Date Range 1932 - 1938    Quantity 0.1 cm, 2 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500163 Box Number 10 Series 375
Sir William Mitchell - Professor of English Language and Literature and Mental and Moral Philosophy, Vice-Chancellor and Chancellor

This item contains 4 newspaper articles, titled:
- Brightening Life For Schoolgirls - Alterations At P.G.C. - Opening By Sir William Mitchell.
- Social Service Students To Receive Diplomas.
- Presbyterian Girls' College - New Classrooms Opened By Sir William Mitchell.
- Untitled article with reference to Sir William Mitchell presiding at a lecture arranged for Prof. Fred Clarke.

Date Range c. 1935 - 1938    Quantity 0.1 cm, 4 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500164 Box Number 10 Series 375
Mr. C.P. Mountford - Anthropologist

This item contains 1 untitled newspaper article with reference to Mr. C.P. Mountford being the chief speaker at a lecture being held at the Adelaide University.

Date Range 1936    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500165 Box Number 10 Series 375
Norman L. Munn - Professor of Psychology

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Even Zoos Now Have Psychologists - Former S.A. Man Returns.

Date Range 1938    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500166 Box Number 10 Series 375
Music

This item contains 12 articles; 11 newspaper articles and 1 newspaper photograph.
The 11 newspaper articles, titled:
- Musical Notes: Christmas Oratorio.
- A Rival For The Pipe Organ?
- Child Pianist's First Recital - Playing Creates Excellent Impression.
- Student Concert At Conservatorium.
- Orchestral And Choral Concert - Centenary Performance - Magnificent Effort.
- An Open Letter To Mr. John Dempster - Christmas Oratorio.
- . . . . And Mr. Dempster Replies.
- Music As An Everyday Language; Musical Snobbery.
- Music As A Career For Girls
- Informal Evening At Conservatorium.
- Debussy Vocal Recital.

The 1 newspaper photograph caption, titled:
- Allison Nelson.

Date Range 1936 - 1939    Quantity 0.2 cm, 12 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500167 Box Number 10 Series 375
Music Students - Rex Ingamells; Richard Charles Watson and Clifford Bevan

This item contains 4 newspaper articles, titled:
- Poetry Praised; Billy Gray.
- To Sing In Opera Tour - Elder Scholar.
- Poetry Of Today - Or Not.
- Winner Of Elder Scholarship For Organ.

Date Range 1934 - 1938    Quantity 0.2 cm, 4 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500168 Box Number 10 Series 375
Observatory

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Astronomer's Report On Eclipse Of Moon.

Date Range 1938    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500169 Box Number 11 Series 375
Orthopedic Clinic, Adelaide Hospital

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Special Orthopedic Clinic At Hospital - Treatment Of Cripples In South Australia.

Date Range 1936    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500170 Box Number 11 Series 375
Politics and International Relations Club

This item contains 3 newspaper articles, titled:
- Premier To Speak Today At University.
- Untitled article with reference to the Premier, Mr. Butler, to address the University Politics Club.
- U.S. Professor On Challenge To Church.

Date Range 1935 - 1936    Quantity 0.1 cm, 3 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500171 Box Number 11 Series 375
Miss Dorothy Poole - Educationalist

This item contains 3 articles; 2 newspaper articles and 1 newspaper photograph.
The 2 newspaper articles, titled:
- Miss D. Poole New Girton Headmistress - South Australian With Fine Record In Education - Now at Marsden School, Bathurst.
- Girton Headmistress.

The 1 newspaper photograph caption, titled:
- Miss Dorothy Poole.

Date Range 1936    Quantity 0.1 cm, 3 article
Inventory Identifier 037500172 Box Number 11 Series 375
John Joseph Pritchard - Rhodes Scholar

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Local Government In England - Impressions Of Rhodes Scholar.

Date Range 1936    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500173 Box Number 11 Series 375
Purchase of Meteorite

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Meteorite Arrives Tomorrow.

Date Range 1937    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500174 Box Number 12 Series 375
Royal Adelaide Hospital

This item contains 4 newspaper articles, titled:
- Further Relief At Hospital - New House Surgeon On Saturday - Second Year Pay.
- Institute Of Medical Science Adelaide - "Neale" Bequest Research Pathologist.
- Untitled article with reference to Dr. R.H. Formby reappointed medical registrar, and Dr. G.M. Watson surgical registrar.
- How Australia's Largest General Hospital Works.

Date Range 1934 - 1938    Quantity 0.2 cm, 4 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500175 Box Number 12 Series 375
Rhodes Scholars

This item contains 3 newspaper articles, titled:
- Friend Of Rhodes Scholars.
- Rhodes Scholars To Be Selected on Monday.
- Untitled article with reference to His Excellency presiding at a meeting of the Rhodes Scholar Selection Committee.

Date Range 1935 - 1936    Quantity 0.1 cm, 3 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500176 Box Number 12 Series 375
Robert Ainslie Ringwood - Student - Cresswell Scholarship

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- John Creswell Scholarship Awarded.

Date Range 1936    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500177 Box Number 12 Series 375
Dr. Enid Robertson - Doctor of Philosophy

This item contains 5 articles; 4 newspaper articles written by Dr. Robertson and 1 newspaper article concerning Dr. Robertson, titled:
- South Australia's Youngest Doctor of Philosophy.

The 4 newspaper articles written by Dr. Robertson, titled:
- Making Shakespeare The Vogue.
- The Distinction Between Noise And Discords.
- If You Must Quote, Don't Misquote.
- Music In The Church.

Date Range 1936 - 1937    Quantity 0.3 cm, 5 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500178 Box Number 12 Series 375
Professor Rowland Cuthbert Robin - Chair of Engineering

This item contains 3 articles; 2 newspaper photographs and 1 untitled newspaper article, regarding:
- Mr. R.C. Robin leaving for Kuitpo Forest for the annual survey camp.

The 2 newspaper photograph captions, titled:
- Adelaide University.
- Professor R.C. Robin.

Date Range c. 1935 - 1938    Quantity 0.1 cm, 3 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500179 Box Number 12 Series 375
Roseworthy Agricultural College

This item contains 2 newspaper articles, titled:
- Roseworthy College Progress - Oenology Course Inaugurated; Land for Diploma Students - Governor At Speech Day.
- Roseworthy College Scholarships - Successful Candidates Announced.

Date Range 1937    Quantity 0.1 cm, 2 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500180 Box Number 12 Series 375
M. Sanders - Lecturer in Mathematics

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Millions If Chain Letters Were Unbroken.

Date Range 1935    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500181 Box Number 12 Series 375
Dr. Malcolm Sargent - English Conductor

This item contains 4 newspaper articles, titled:
- Building Up Orchestras - Dr. M. Sargent's Schemes - Return Likely.
- Famous English Conductor - Dr. Malcolm Sargent In Adelaide - Dynamic Energy.
- Outstanding Orchestral Concert - Dr. Sargent's Brilliant Conducting - Audience Electrified.
- Dr. Malcolm Sargent Speaks Of Music as International Force.

Date Range 1936    Quantity 0.1 cm, 4 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500182 Box Number 12 Series 375
Scholarships and Bursaries

This item contains 10 newspaper articles, titled:
- Catherine Helen Spence Scholarship.
- Catherine Helen Spence Scholarship.
- Catherine Helen Spence Scholarship.
- Spence Scholarship Applications - Before Committee Today.
- John Creswell Commerce Scholarship.
- Royal Agricultural And Horticultural Society Of S.A., Inc. - "John Creswell" Scholarship.
- S.A. Board Of Social Study And Training - First Term Begins March 4.
- The Adelaide Co-Operative Society Limited; "George Thompson" Bursary.
- Commercial Travellers' Association Of South Australia; Scholarship "Archibald Mackie Bursary".
- Buzy Academic Month For University.

Date Range 1937 - 1940    Quantity 0.3 cm, 10 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500183 Box Number 12 Series 375
Bishop Augustus Short - First Chancellor

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Church and Churchmen In State's Early Days.

Date Range 1937    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500184 Box Number 12 Series 375
Use Of Slang

This item contains 10 articles; 9 newspaper articles and 1 envelope, titled:
- Use Of Slang Condemned Jan. 1935.

The 9 newspaper articles, titled:
- Use Of Slang Condoned - 'Language Of Tomorrow' - Accent Deplored.
- "Australian Slang".
- Australian Slang - Professor Fitzherbert's Suggestion.
- Use Of Slang - Minister Interested.
- Slang - "Playing The Fool With Words" - Everybody's Game.
- "English Undefiled" - Use Of Slang Condemned.
- Slang.
- Australian Slang - Mr. Adey Reproved.
- Slang And Jazz - "Stimulating" A Static Language - Has "Noxious Slush" A Mission?

Date Range 1935    Quantity 0.3 cm, 10 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500185 Box Number 12 Series 375
Social Service Training

This item contains 10 newspaper articles, titled:
- Training For Social Service.
- New Welfare Scheme - University Settlement To Be Formed.
- Social Service Director - Mrs. A. Wheaton Appointed.
- Germany Makes Merry On Lean Fare.
- Social Service Students Told Of Almoners' Work.
- Training In Social Service - Board Reviews First Year's Work.
- Training For Social Service.
- Kindergarten Worker Chosen As Spence Scholar.
- Training For Social Service Syllabus Issued.
- Social Service.

Date Range 1936 - 1937    Quantity 0.3 cm, 10 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500186 Box Number 12 Series 375
Sport

This item contains 8 newspaper articles, titled:
- Many Official Guests At University Ball.
- Record Membership Of University Sports Association.
- First Graduates' Week Next Month.
- University Committees Appointed.
- University's Boxing Tournament - Management Criticised.
- Varsity Could Give Lead - Baths Facilities In Adelaide - Visitor's View.
- Fencing To Be Inaugurated At University.
- University Sports Association - Election of Officers.

Date Range 1935 - 1938    Quantity 0.1 cm, 8 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500187 Box Number 12 Series 375
Heather Gell - Teacher Aural Training and Musical Appreciation

This item contains 1 newspaper photograph, caption titled:
- Miss Heather Gell.

Date Range 1938    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 photograph
Inventory Identifier 037500188 Box Number 12 Series 375
Student Behaviour

This item contains 6 newspaper articles, titled:
- 35 Students In Amazing "Rag" - Have Names Taken By Police - Road Blocked.
- Student Fined For Prank.
- Removal Of Tramway's Property By Student Alleged.
- Research Scholarship In Metallurgy.
- Our Undergrads.
- University Students And Slums.

Date Range 1935 - 1937    Quantity 0.1 cm, 6 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500189 Box Number 12 Series 375
Student Clubs

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Move to Establish Toc H Branch at Univertiy.

Date Range 1935    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500190 Box Number 12 Series 375
Student Social Activities

This item contains 9 newspaper articles, titled:
- Big Month For Varsity Students - Procession And Social Functions.
- Varsity Centenary Review.
- University Ball On Friday.
- Students Will Work During Vacation.
- Scientific Excursion.
- Science Excursion.
- Coronation Decorations At Brilliant Varsity Ball.
- Many Debates At Varsity - Contest in Vacation.
- Students' Plans For Centenary - 60 Procession Floats.

Date Range 1936 - 1938    Quantity 0.1 cm, 9 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500191 Box Number 12 Series 375
Students Union

This item contains 4 newspaper articles, titled:
- Result of Students' Union Ballot Known.
- Students' Visits To Poor Areas - University Union Not To Be Represented.
- Varsity Men's Union And Slums - Official Interest Sought.
- Plans For Kindness Week - Undergraduates' Offer To Aid Poor Areas.

Date Range 1936 - 1937    Quantity 0.1 cm, 4 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500192 Box Number 12 Series 375
Miss Thelma Joyce Sumner - Elder Conservatorium Student

This item contains 4 newspaper articles, titled:
- Adelaide Girl Wins Musical Trophy - Could Play By Ear at Four; cycled Over Holland; First Lesson at Eight.
- Girl Composer Who Wrote Music About Plum Tree.
- Elder Scholar Chosen - Miss Thelma Sumner, Of Mount Torrens - Urge To Compose.
- Elder Scholar Hopes To Group Compositions in Book.

Date Range 1935 - 1939    Quantity 0.2 cm, 4 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500193 Box Number 12 Series 375
John Sutton - Lecturer in Banking - Obituary

This item contains 1 newspaper obituary article, titled:
- Obituary - Mr. John Sutton.

Date Range 1938    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500194 Box Number 12 Series 375
Teachers College

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- New Education Fellowship.

Date Range 1938    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500195 Box Number 12 Series 375
Dr. Ronald Trudinger, M.B.B.S. (1909)

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Slave Trading In Abyssinia - Missionary's Impressions.

Date Range 1935    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500196 Box Number 12 Series 375
University Footlights

This item contains 7 articles; 4 newspaper photographs and 3 newspaper articles, titled:
- The Show Still Goes On - No Lull in Production.
- University Revue At Tivoli - Bright Sketches, Dancing And Singing.
- Bright 'Varsity Revue - Whirl Of Merriment And Fun.

The 4 newspaper photograph captions, titled:
- These laughing lassies.
- Footlights! - - - Varsity Girls Rehearse.
- Varsity Revue; University Students.
- Untitled photograph with 5 Varsity Girls Rehearsing.

Date Range 1936 - c. 1940    Quantity 0.3 cm, 7 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500197 Box Number 12 Series 375
University Buildings

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- University Buildings - Too Much Hidden From View.

Date Range 1937    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500198 Box Number 12 Series 375
University Library and School of Mines

This item contains 2 newspaper articles, titled:
- Many Gifts To Archives Dept.
- Untitled article with reference to South Australian School of Mines graduates being scattered over the world in important jobs.

Date Range 1935    Quantity 0.1 cm, 2 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500199 Box Number 12 Series 375
University Related Articles

This item contains 8 newspaper articles, titled:
- Child Welfare And Prison Reform.
- "Dancing To Damnation"
- Forestry League Revival - Move by Citizens.
- Examinations And Their Value - King's College Speech Night.
- Forwarding Australian Literature - Instil Appreciation By Education - Young Adelaide Essayist Propounds Ideals.
- More Interest Sought In Queen's Home - Importance Of Maternity Hospitals - Lady Dugan's Appeal.
- Universities' Awards.
- Big Dinner At Port Pirie - Institute Of Mining Delegates Entertained - Conference Ends.

Date Range 1937    Quantity 0.2 cm, 8 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500200 Box Number 12 Series 375
University Union

This item contains 4 newspaper articles, titled:
- Proposed Men's Union Building At University.
- Students' Smoke Social.
- Adelaide University Union Debate New Zealand v. South Australia.
- Students' Conference.

Date Range 1936 - 1939    Quantity 0.1 cm, 4 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500201 Box Number 12 Series 375
Professor Archibald Watson - Lecturer in Anatomy

This item contains 4 newspaper articles, titled:
- In Strange Lands - Ruins in South America - Prof. Watson Abroad.
- Catches Fish For Museums - Former Professor Back in S.A. - Hates Sharks.
- Untitled article with photograph of Professor Watson on his new motor bike.
- Back From Thursday Island.

Date Range 1929 - 1937    Quantity 0.2 cm, 4 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500202 Box Number 12 Series 375
H.B. Wilson - Lecturer in Physics

This item contains 1 newspaper article, titled:
- Lecture On Sound Technology.

Date Range 1938    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500203 Box Number 12 Series 375
Wives Club

This item contains a newspaper article, titled:
- University Wives' Club Entertains.

Date Range 1937    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 article
Inventory Identifier 037500204 Box Number 12 Series 375
Women Graduates

This item contains 11 newspaper articles, titled:
- Adelaide Graduates To Attend Melbourne Conference.
- Untitled article with reference to students having been elected as officers for the University paper "On Dit".
- Untitled article with reference to the names of officers elected to the Women's Union Committee.
- Women Graduates' Annual Meeting.
- Women Graduates Meet At University.
- University Women to Meet.
- Women Graduates' Luncheon.
- Adelaide Women For Sydney Conferences.
- Tickets For New Education Reception.
- Women Graduates' Luncheon.
- Students Asked To Criticise.

Date Range c. 1935 - 1938    Quantity 0.1 cm, 11 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500205 Box Number 12 Series 375
Articles Relating To Women

This item contains 24 newspaper articles, titled:
- The Varsity Girl Is Getting To Work.
- University Careers For Women.
- Women Contend That Varsity Graduates Make Good Wives.
- Women Graduates' Meeting.
- Offer To Buy Women's College Property.
- Dinner To New Graduates.
- Women Graduates' Meeting.
- Rooms For University Women In London.
- Lady Chapman.
- Women Graduates' Annual Meeting.
- University Women Plan Busy Year.
- Woman's Able Solo Debate on Rights And Wrongs of Lotteries.
- International Fellowship.
- Guide to those contemplating a University Career for Girls.
- History And Progress Of S.A. Women's Organisations.
- Welcome To Fellow Graduates; Factory Personnel Worker.
- Women Seek Better Means Of Youth Education.
- Medical Missionary Work.
- Marian March tells how Women are Training to be Scientists In Human Aid.
- Experts Help Schoolgirls To Choose A Career.
- Course For Kindergarten Teacher Or Masseuse.
- University Women To Form V.S.D.
- Women Freshers At The University.
- Men And Women Students Differ - Uproar At Meeting.

Date Range 1935 - 1939    Quantity 0.5 cm, 24 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500206 Box Number 13 Series 375
Workers Educational Association (WEA)

This item contains 10 newspaper articles, titled:
- Knock And Enter - W.E.A. Opens Doors to House of knowledge.
- Workers' Educational Association.
- Weigh Every Argument.
- Three Free Public Lectures.
- W.E.A. Public Lectures.
- Value of Wireless In Adult Education Will Be Discussed.
- The Purpose of the W.E.A. Classes.
- Workers' Educ. Assoc. (W.E.A.) 3 Free Public Lectures.
- W.E.A. Annual Meeting Tonight.
- Workers' Education Association (W.E.A.).

Date Range 1933 - 1939    Quantity 0.2 cm, 10 articles
Inventory Identifier 037500207 Series 375
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