Victor Allen Edgeloe
Series 1. Lecture notes and essays. 1925, 1927, 1936-1944. 14 v. and index cards.
[English and Latin lectures and papers read/submitted to the Johnian Club and Dual Club]
Series 2. Papers relating to Professor Archibald Strong. 3 v.
[Notes, copies of certificates and letters, and related correspondence. The papers were collected by Edgeloe c1980-1981 for a monograph on Strong, which was published in 1995] Annoted copy of tyrescript Strong monograph, 1981.
Series 3. Miscellaneous personal papers. , 1933-1941, 1953, 1973, 1982, 2003. 1 v.
[Applications for positions, report on study leave (1953), speeches and articles on his retirement (1973), reminiscences of schooldays at Hawker; obituary notice of John Edgeloe 1903.] Memorial card for Vic Edgeloe 2003
Series 4. Information on the Carnegie Corporation Program travel grants, 1947-1962. 1cm.
[Printed - includes Edgeloe in the list of recipients]
Series 5. 'A few reminiscences by a long-retired Registrar'. January 1993. 15 p.
Series 6. Articles, obituaries and reviews of books, principally re University staff. 4 cm.
[Australian Dictionary of Biography entries for William Barlow, James Fergusson, Charles Hodge, John Horner, William Mitchell, Archibald Strong; obituaries of Arthur Alderman, Frank Mitchell, Mark Mitchell, Herbert Othams and Donovan Wallis; papers on George Murray, Darnley Naylor (with notes and correspondence re research), the University in 1925 and the Murray-Mitchell era 1916-1941; Lincoln College/The University residential colleges, with correspondence re the naming of the V.A. Edgeloe Library 1990; annoted drafts & same correspondence re the depts of Geography, Geology, History, medicine; Kensington Park Branch of the SA Division of the Australian Red Cross Society 1939-1989: a brief history; and reviews of books on Archibald Grenfell Price and J.I.M. Stewart]
These papers were presented by Dr. Edgeloe in September 1995, with the exception of the Latin notebooks, previously presented by Dr. Edgeloe in 1973.
Series 5-6 from material presented by Mrs. Edgeloe via Professor Hugh Stretton in December 2003.