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Malcolm Fraser: Guide to Archives of Australia's Prime Ministers


Chapter 4: Records about Malcolm Fraser in other collections

New South Wales

Other collections within New South Wales include:

Powerhouse Museum

Records

CALENDARS AND POSTERS, LUCIFOIL POSTER COLLECTIVE, 1980–81
A series of nine posters designed by the Lucifoil Poster Collective, University of Sydney. Includes 'Australia will enter the eighties with enormous confidence – J.M. Fraser' (photographic screen print on paper showing an image of Fraser holding a knife), and 'March against Fraser, put people first' (screen print on paper showing an Aboriginal girl on the left and a procession in the background).
Series: 2000/69/2
SKIPPY CLUB MAGAZINE, VOL. 1, NO. 2, 1969
Licensed from the television show Skippy the Bush Kangaroo; contains a letter from Fraser.
Series: 2003/111/44-1/1
TELEGRAM TO EILEEN BOWKER FROM FRASER CONGRATULATING HER ON THE AWARD OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL, CANBERRA, 15 JUNE 1977
Series: 2005/12/1-2/31
'SECOND TRIENNIAL MAY DAY PALACE REVOLUTION BALL' POSTER, 1977
Styled on the Les Miserable stage show poster, set during the French Revolution and featuring an image of a woman clothed in blue overalls holding a rifle and raised red flag bearing the caption, 'Come as your favourite faction' and a young boy holding a gun in each hand, one outstretched and one pointing to the prone image of Prime Minister Fraser.
Series: 2007/56/54
'MALCOLM FRASER', POSTER, c. 1970S
Features a black-and-white caricature of Prime Minister Fraser clothed in a suit featuring a tie patterned in a dollar sign motif, squashing an ice-cream cone against his forehead. The lapel of the suit jacket has six buttons with ribbons attached. Each button features the caricature of former Liberal politicians with ice-cream cones stuck to their foreheads.
Series: 2007/56/92

State Library of New South Wales

Records

MARGEL HINDER – GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE FILES, 1942–95
Animal welfare and environmental issues; includes letters from Fraser, Tim Moore and other politicians (1977–87). Restricted until the deaths of the writers in question.
Series: MLMSS 6088/5-7
DAVID MCNICOLL – PAPERS, 1907–2000, TOGETHER WITH ASSOCIATED PAPERS, 1894–2000
Includes letters received from Ranald McDonald, Geoffrey Dutton, Malcolm Fraser, George Molnar, Col Allison and Charles Court; also includes autograph menus of a dinner of the Single Bottle Club, given by Fraser at The Lodge (22 June 1982), and a dinner held at the Two Faces Restaurant in Melbourne (17 August 1984).
Series: MLMSS 7419
NOREEN McDONALD – FURTHER PAPERS, 1939, 1962–87, MAINLY CONCERNING CATHOLICS FOR PEACE (AUSTRALIA)
Contains personal papers concerning conscientious objection and National Service relating to the Vietnam War, including letters received from Arthur Calwell and Malcolm Fraser.
Series: MLMSS 3853, ADD-ON 2111
SOUTHERN AFRICA DEFENCE AND AID FUND IN AUSTRALIA – RECORDS, 1961–81 TOGETHER WITH THE RECORDS OF COMMUNITY AID ABROAD (AUSTRALIA), SOUTHERN AFRICA GROUP, 1981–87
Correspondents include Frank W Coaldrake, DN Everingham, Malcolm Fraser, Joan Maclagan, John Wheeldon and Patrick White (1963–70).
Series: MLMSS 6630
RODERICK SHAW – PAPERS, c. 1916–92 TOGETHER WITH THE PAPERS OF FRANCES SHAW, 1941–81, CHRISSIE SHAW, 1992–93 AND HARRY STEIN, 1927–94
Includes letters from Dawn Fraser, Malcolm Fraser, Margaret Throsby, Gough Whitlam and Judith Wright. Permission is required from the donors to access.
Series: MLMSS 6695/1-20
CAPTIVE NATIONS COUNCIL OF NEW SOUTH WALES – RECORDS, 1953–98 TOGETHER WITH THE RECORDS OF THE UNITED COUNCIL OF MIGRANTS FROM COMMUNIST DOMINATED EUROPE IN AUSTRALIA, 1953–66
Includes correspondence with Prime Minister Fraser.
Series: MLMSS 7171
JAMES McAULEY CORRESPONDENCE AND SUBJECT FILES, 1932–97
Includes correspondence with Geoffrey Fairbairn (1975–76) and Malcolm Fraser (1975–76).
Series: MLMSS 7920/4-20
LIBERAL PARTY OF AUSTRALIA, NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION RECORDS, 1945–72
Includes correspondence and publicity files, election material, tape recordings, press cuttings and papers relating to the federal, state and branch organisation of the Liberal Party from 1945 to 1972. In addition, the Mitchell Library holds the records of the New South Wales Division of the Liberal Party of Australia, some of which may refer to Fraser.
Series: MLMSS 2385
LIBERAL PARTY OF AUSTRALIA, NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION – FURTHER RECORDS, c. 1945–1998
Include agendas and minutes, internal review documents, state director files, state president files, operations manager files, finance records, membership, branch and conference records, redistribution files, statistics, campaign manuals, ephemera, federal election files, state election files, polling records and coalition relations.
Series: MLMSS 7205
LIBERAL PARTY OF AUSTRALIA, NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION – FURTHER RECORDS, 1974–77
Includes news cuttings.
Series: MLMSS 3340
LIBERAL PARTY OF AUSTRALIA, NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION – FURTHER RECORDS, 1941–82
Includes election campaign and subject files, ethnic magazines and newspapers, and ephemeral material.
Series: MLMSS 3340
Image 47: Malcolm Fraser speaks at the Chamber of Manufactures Annual Dinner, University of New South Wales, Sydney, September 1977.

Image 47: Malcolm Fraser speaks at the Chamber of Manufactures Annual Dinner, University of New South Wales, Sydney, September 1977.
Photographer: Jack Hickson. State Library of New South Wales
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LIBERAL PARTY OF AUSTRALIA, NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION – FURTHER RECORDS, 1947–81
Includes ballot papers, branch records, records concerning federal and state electorates, subject files and confidential files of JJ Carlton.
Series: MLMSS 3340
LIBERAL PARTY OF AUSTRALIA, NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION – FURTHER RECORDS, 1957–83
Contains mainly subject files.
Series: MLMSS 3340
LIBERAL PARTY OF AUSTRALIA, NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION
Copies of 'Guide to the records of the New South Wales Division of the Liberal Party of Australia, 1945–1970 (including some earlier and later records)', held in the Mitchell Library of Sydney, prepared by Marie Manning and Ken Turner (1976).
Series: H2616–H2624
LIBERAL PARTY OF AUSTRALIA, NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION – RECORDS, 1945–72
Includes correspondence, publicity and subject files, federal and state election material, papers relating to the organisation of the Liberal Party, tape recordings and newspaper cuttings.
Series: MLMSS 2385
LIBERAL PARTY OF AUSTRALIA, NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION – ACCESSION FURTHER RECORDS
Includes films and videos; press releases, 1980–81, 1983–84; minute books, 1945–71; and printed material (add on for mlmss 4659)
Series: ACCESSION RECORD
LIBERAL PARTY OF AUSTRALIA, NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION – FURTHER RECORDS, 1922–79
Includes reports, subject files, papers relating to redistribution of electoral boundaries, policy speeches, election pamphlets, policy statements, printed material and election posters.
Series: MLMSS 3340
LIBERAL PARTY OF AUSTRALIA, NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION – FURTHER RECORDS, 1935–86
Includes Ethnic Council, Federal Council of the Liberal Party of Australia, State Executive and Federal Executive papers, conference papers, committee papers, correspondence, policy papers, reports, speeches, news cuttings, candidates' profiles, election and financial material, miscellaneous papers and printed material.
Series: MLMSS 4659

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Records about Malcolm Fraser in other collections