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


Chapter 4: Records about Malcolm Fraser in other collections

Queensland

Other collections within Queensland include:

Queensland State Archives

Records

REGISTERS OF LETTERS RECEIVED, 1963–81
These registers provide access to the correspondence contained within two separate series of correspondence and batch files, received by the Chief Secretary's Department and subsequent agencies of the Premier.
Series: ID 5401
Quantity: Total items: 86
Recorded by: Premier's Department, 1963–81
INWARDS AND GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE, 1898–1983
This series consists of correspondence received and sent by the Queensland Premier's Department. The correspondence includes letters from premiers of other states, prime ministers, other departmental heads, governors, defence commanders, local government, various commercial, industrial and community organisations, and individuals. Subjects include government appointments and administration, protocol, state development, trade and contracts, New Guinea, immigration, military affairs and premiers' conferences.
Series: ID 5402
Quantity: Total items: 2551
Recorded by: Premier's Department, 1898–1983
Letter 2869 of 1976 from the Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary to acknowledge the letter from the Queensland Premier which listed items the Premier hoped to discuss with, the Prime Minister Item ID440633, Correspondence
Letter 10571 of 1977, includes a letter of thanks from Fraser's, office about the uranium debate Item ID440676, Correspondence
Photographic material
Former Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser at the Expo 88 opening day, Brisbane City, 30 April 1988 Item ID 1102506

State Library of Queensland

HUGH ALEXANDER DUNN PAPERS
This collection of diplomat Hugh Dunn's papers includes a photograph of him with the President of the Republic of China, Zhao Ziyang, Li Xian Nian, Malcolm Fraser and Andrew Peacock.
Series: Acc: 27400

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Records about Malcolm Fraser in other collections