Wright, Judith Arundell (-2000)

Also known as
aka. Judith McKinney (-2000)
McKinney, Judith Arundell (1915-2000)
McKinney, Judith Arundell (-2000)
Wright, Judith (1915-)
Wright, Judith (1915-2000)
Wright, Judith (-2000)
Wright, Judith Arundell (1915-2000)
Field of activity
Poet; Environmentalist; Writer; Conservationist
Libraries Australia
http://nla.gov.au/anbd.aut-an35621540
NLA Persistent Identifier
https://nla.gov.au/nla.party-545885

Biographies

Born in Armidale. Died in Canberra. Judith Wright is an Australian Poet, Writer who is mentioned in 4 events in the AusStage database

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Judith Wright expressed her love of Australia and its people in her poetry. She was also a respected writer on poetry. Later in her life Wright was well known as a conservationist and campaigner for Aboriginal rights. Wright, a descendant of a pioneering pastoralist family, began writing poetry at the age of six for her ailing mother. At the age of 14 she became a boarder at the New England Girls School, and it was during her time there that she decided to become a poet. After completing an Arts course at the University of Sydney, Wright worked in a variety of positions including that of research officer at Queensland University, where she helped Clem Christesen to edit . In 1975, Wright was the first woman appointed to the Council of Australian National University as the Governor-General's nominee. She was founder and later president of the Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland, and member of the National Parks Association of New South Wales and the South Coast Conservation Council. Wright was a patron of many organisations including: Campaign Against Nuclear Power (Queensland); Townsville Women's Shelter; Amnesty International (Victoria.); Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland and the National Forests Action Council (Victoria.). In 1991, Wright became the second Australian - after Michael Thwaites in 1940 - to receive the Queen's gold medal for poetry. Joan Williams concludes her obituary on Judith Wright in on July 5, 2000 with:

Judith Wright, who died in Canberra of a heart attack, had spent much of her time there from the early 1970s when her daughter Meredith went to study at the Australian National University. Her long relationship with H.C. 'Nugget' Coombs was an added incentive for her to be close to Canberra. In 1973 she was appointed Chairman of the Australia Council. In 1975 She bought the property Edge 100 kilometres east of Canberra and spent much of her time there. By 1998 she was living in a small flat in Canberra.

  • Stenographic and secretarial work in Sydney
  • Statistical research officer with the Queensland University
  • Awarded a Commonwealth Literary Fund Fellowship
  • Awarded the Grace Leven Prize from the Braidwood Historical Society
  • President of the Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland
  • Foundation council member of the Australia Society Authors (ASA)
  • Council member of the Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF)
  • Awarded the Encyclopedia Britannica Prize for literature
  • Awarded Fellow Australian Academy of Humanities (FAHA)
  • Awarded the Grace Leven Prize from the Braidwood Historical Society
  • Member of the Committee of Enquiry into the National Estate
  • Council member of the Australian National University (ANU)
  • Awarded the Robert Frost Memorial Award from the Fellowship of Australian Writers (FAW)
  • Awarded the Senior Anzac Fellowship
  • Awarded the Senior Writers Fellowship by the Literature Board of the Australia Council
  • Member of the Aboriginal Treaty Committee
  • Awarded Hon. Life Member Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF)
  • Awarded the Order of the Golden Ark, degree of Ridder by Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands
  • Awarded the Alice Award by the Society of Women Writers of Australia
  • Awarded the Indian Asan World prize for poetry
  • Awarded the Queen's Gold Medal for poetry

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Judith Wright wrote on many issues including nature conservation and the rights of indigenous people. She fought to save the Great Barrier Reef from mining and oil drilling and to establish the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. Her 1977 book records her contribution to this cause. She was later nominated for a Nobel prize for literature.

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Selected resources (69)

AusStage

  1. Judith Wright's network
    See professional relationships in the AusStage database.
  2. Judith Wright's map
    See places of activity in the AusStage database.
  3. Childermas
    Wright, Judith (Poet)
    [1968-08-01]
    A performance staged at the Her Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD
  4. Mahamaya
    Wright, Judith (Poet)
    [1997-07-07]
    A performance staged at the The Open Stage , Parkville, VIC
  5. The Oldest Continent (Time Riders)
    Wright, Judith (Poet)
    [1970-06-29]
    A performance staged at the Canberra Theatre, Canberra, ACT
  6. Visions in a Brutal Landscape
    Wright, Judith (Writer)
    [1964-01-21]
    A performance staged at the The Sunken Garden, Crawley, WA

Australian Women's Register

  1. Wright, Judith Arundell
    Published: National Foundation for Australian Women
    Series: IspartOf The Australian Women's Register
  2. Guide to the Papers of Judith Wright
    National Library of Australia
  3. Preoccupations in Australian Poetry
    Wright, Judith
    [1964]
    Published: Oxford University Press
  4. The Nature of Love
    Wright, Judith
    [1966]
    Published: Sun Books
  5. The Generations of Men
    Wright, Judith
    [1955]
    Published: Oxford University Press
  6. Fourth Quarter
    Wright, Judith
    [1977]
    Published: Angus & Robertson
  7. Fourth Quarter
    Wright, Judith
    [1976]
    Published: Angus & Robertson
  8. Alive
    Wright, Judith
    [1972]
    Published: Angus & Robertson
  9. Collected Poems
    Wright, Judith
    [1971]
    Published: Angus & Robertson
  10. Because I was Invited
    Wright, Judith
    [1976]
    Published: Oxford University Press
  11. Selected Poems
    Wright, Judith
    [1963]
    Published: Angus & Robertson
  12. The Oxford Book of Australian Verse
    Wright, Judith
    [1954]
    Published: Oxford University Press
  13. Five Senses
    Wright, Judith
    [1960]
    Published: Angus & Robinson
  14. Birds
    Wright, Judith
    [1960]
    Published: Angus & Robinson
  15. Birds
    Wright, Judith
    [1960]
    Published: Angus & Robinson
  16. The Two Fires
    Wright, Judith
    [1955]
    Published: Angus & Robinson
  17. The Gateway
    Wright, Judith
    [1953]
    Published: Angus & Robinson
  18. Woman to Man
    Wright, Judith
    [1950]
    Published: Angus & Robinson
  19. The Moving Image
    Wright, Judith
    [1946]
    Published: Meanjin Press
  20. The Other Half: Poems
    Wright, Judith
    [[Sydney, NSW]]
    Published: Angus & Robertson
  21. New Land New Language
    Wright, Judith
    [1956]
    Published: Oxford University Press
  22. Witnesses of Spring: unpublished poems by John Shaw Neilson
    Wright, Judith (Editor)
    [1970]
    Published: Angus & Robertson
  23. Kings of the Dingoes
    Wright, Judith
    [1956]
    Published: Oxford University Press
  24. Range the Mountains High
    Wright, Judith
    [1960]
    Published: Jacaranda
  25. The Day the Mountains Played
    Wright, Judith
    [1959, 1976]
    Published: Jacaranda-Wiley
  26. The River and the Road
    Wright, Judith
    [1963]
    Published: Lansdowne
  27. The Cry for the Dead
    Wright, Judith
    [1981]
    Published: Oxford University Press
  28. Charles Harpur
    Wright, Judith
    [1978]
    Published: Oxford University Press
  29. Judith Wright
    Williams, Joan
    [2000]
    Published: Communist Party of Australia
    Series: IspartOf The GuardianCommunist Party of Australia
  30. Australian poet Judith Wright (1915-2000): an appreciation
    Cornwell, Tony
    [2000]
    Published: International Committee of the Fourth International
    Series: IspartOf World Socialist Web Site
  31. Vale Judith Wright
    Koval, Ramona (presenter) and Donisthorpe, Suzanne (Producer)
    [2000]
    Published: Australian Broadcasting Corporation
    Series: IspartOf books and writingAustralian Broadcasting Corporation
  32. Lines from the bush
    Cadzow, Jane
    [2004]
    Series: IspartOf Good Weekend
  33. Judith Wright's Biography: A Delicate Balance between Trespass and Honour
    Brady, Veronica
    [1996]
    Published: National Library of Australia
    Series: IspartOf Documenting a Life SeminarNalional Library of Australia
  34. Guide to the Papers of Craig Powell
    Diehm, K.
    [2000]
    Published: Australian Defence Force Academy
  35. Who's Who in Australia 1998
    Neto, Maryanne (researcher)
    [Melbourne]
    Published: Information Australia Group Pty Ltd
  36. Where are the Women in Australian science?
    Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre
    [2003]
    Published: Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre
  37. Monash Biographical Dictionary of 20th Century Australia
    Arnold, John and Morris, Deirdre
    [Port Melbourne (Vic.)]
    Published: Reed Reference Publishing
  38. From Lady Denman to Katy Gallagher: A Century of Women's Contributions to Canberra
    Australian Women's Archives Project
    [2013]
    Published: Australian Women's Archives Project
  39. Who's Who of Australian Women
    Lofthouse, Andrea
    [North Ryde (NSW)]
    Published: Methuen Australia
  40. Biographical register : the Women's College within the University of Sydney
    Annable, Rosemary
    [Sydney]
    Published: Council of the Women's College
  41. Letters, 1986-1989 [manuscript]
    [0.01 m : 1986 - 1989]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    Three single page letters from Judith Wright.
    MS 7836
  42. Correspondence of Barbara Blackman with Judith Wright, 1950-1998 [manuscript]
    [0.15 m, 1 box : 1950 - 1998]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    Barbara Blackman and Judith Wright enjoyed a friendship spanning over four decades.This collection comprises their letters to each other, documenting this long friendship. Blackman's early letters to Wright revolve around bringing up her young family and supporting Charles in his work. Her letters of later years detail her attempts to establish a career for herself and contain many of her philosophical outlooks on life. Similarly, Wright's early letters detail her family life, but also include references to her career. Her later letters detail her growing interest and involvement with issues relating to conservation. Many of Wright's letters contain poems she has jotted down for Blackman to read (1 box).
    MS 9589
  43. Papers of Judith Wright, 1944-2000 [manuscript]
    [15.96 m : 1944 - 2000]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    The papers of MS 5781 comprise literary manuscripts, correspondence, research material, newspaper cuttings, subject files, financial records and other papers. A significant proportion of the collection relates to conservation and Aboriginal concerns, with extensive files on the Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland, the Australian Conservation Foundation and other organisations. Literary material includes requests for use of Wright's poems and drafts of her books Because I was invited, The coral battleground, The generations of men, Charles Harpur, The cry for the dead and We call for a treaty and of her autobiography, Half a lifetime. Correspondents include A.W. Sheppard, Rosemary Dobson, Barbara Blackman, Dorothy Green, Kevin Gilbert, Roberta Sykes, David Brooks, Ian Hudson, Thistle Stead, Stefanie Bennett, Julian Croft, John Reed, Roger McDonald, Henry Reynolds, Kathleen McArthur and Len Webb. Wright's close family relationships are represented by a substantial correspondence between Wright and her husband, J.P. (Jack) McKinney, and with her daughter, Meredith McKinney (105 boxes, 1 fol. Box, 1 elephant folio, 1 oversize box). The Acc08.078 instalment comprises six folders and packets of correspondence, including Wright's letters to her cousin Tina Lister (née Wright), ca. 1969-ca. 1996; cuttings and other papers relating to Wright collected by Tina Lister, ca. 1952-1995; letters from Wright to Paul Sherman, 1958-1999; and, three folders of letters from Wright to her father, P.A. Wright, 1948-1959, 1960-1966 and 1966-1970 (1 box). The Acc09.129 instalment is an exercise book containing poems (juvenilia) by Judith Wright written for her cousin Tina (Margaret) Wright (1 folder). The Acc09.130 instalment comprises a manuscript book of poems titled "Habitat" by Judith Wright, dedicated to her daughter Meredith, written between January 1971 and February 1972 (1 folder).
    MS 5781
  44. The generations of men [manuscript] / [by] Judith Wright
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    MS 311
  45. Papers of Judith Wright, 1949-1951 [manuscript]
    [0.01 m : 1949 - 1951]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    Original signed typescripts of three poems: The Ancestors, Eden and Fire at murdering hut, each with manuscript editor's and printer's marks. The typescripts have been pasted (by Harry Chaplin) into a copy of the first edition of Judith Wright's second book, Woman to man (1949).
    MS 9183
  46. Dymphna Clark interviewed by Heather Rusden and Elizabeth Cham [sound recording]
    [24 May 1990 - 14 January 1991]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Oral History and Folklore Collection
    1 digital audio tape and 5 sound tape reels (ca. 300 min.) Clark talks about her early family life; early memories of Durban, South Africa and influence of her Swedish grandmother. In 1933 she spent a year of study in Germany attending Madchenreformreal gymnasium an der Luisenstrasse in Munich and she gives her impressions of Germany at the time. This was followed by studying German at Melbourne University and then in 1938 Clark returned to Germany to study at Bonn University and she describes the changes seen at the time. Clark then talks about her schooling at Mont Albert Central School and Presbyterian Ladies College; meeting Manning Clark in 1936 and marriage in 1939; helping him with his work and her own work of translating. Clark then gives her impressions of Melbourne University and its teachers and early memories of Canberra. She then talks about living in Canberra from 1950; Canberra Repertory; teaching experiences and Manning's work as well as difficulties involved in caring for the children without a social or family network. Clark discusses the standard of education in Canberra at the time; working at ANU from 1960s and the criticism of Manning Clark's work and its effects. She then considers her values in life; reading tastes; nationalism in Australia; membership of Aborigines Treaty Committee in 1980 at invitation of Judith Wright and her plans for the future.
    ORAL TRC 2597
  47. Papers of Dorothy Green, 1943-1990 [manuscript]
    [14.5 m : 1943 - 1990]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    The major series include: I. Correspondence (1943-1990): the series comprises personal and business letters. The correspondents include Martin Boyd, Janet Carden, Clem and Nina Christesen, Betty Crombie, Margaret G. Lewis, Elizabeth Perkins, Gwen Harwood and Elizabeth Webby. II. Literary works: papers relating to Ulysses bound (1960), Martin Boyd (not published), The music of love (1984), A history of Australian literature (revised ed. published in 1984-1985) and other miscellaneous writings. III. Papers relating to Green's career as a journalist (1943-1952) and teacher (Presbyterian Girls' College in Warwick, Queensland, 1957-1960). IV. Papers relating to Green's academic career: Monash University (1961-1963), Australian National University (1965-1979) and Australian Defence Force Academy (1983-1989); and papers relating to Green's varied interests including the peace movement and nuclear disarmament, philosophy and religion, Aborigines and education.
    MS 5678
  48. Papers relating to Oodgeroo Noonuccal, 1991-2000
    [1 box : 1991 - 2000]
    Series: Fryer Library and Department of Special Collections, University of Queensland
    Arranged in the following series : A. Typescript draft of book, Oodgeroo. B. Poems and speeches by Oodgeroo. C. Obituaries. D. Correspondence between Kathie Cochrane and Judith Wright. Papers relate to the writing of the book, Oodgeroo, by Kathie Cochrane.
    UQFL286
  49. Papers of Dymphna Clark, circa 1930-2000 [manuscript]
    [7.82 m : c. 1930 - 2000]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    The papers in MS 9873 include correspondence and newspaper cuttings, reviews, manuscripts and typescripts of Dymphna Clark's translations and other publications including Charles von Hügel's New Holland journals, and Speaking out of turn: lectures and speeches, 1940-1991; articles, lectures and talks, research material, cards, conference papers, university transcripts, oral history transcriptions, posters, printed ephemera and papers relating to Dymphna's work on the Aboriginal Treaty Committee. There are also extensive papers dealing with Manning Clark: his death and funeral, the Manning Clark controversies of the 1990s, and articles and reviews written by or about Manning (40 boxes, 1 map folio). The Acc08.045 instalment comprises two letters written by Dymphna Clark, 1989 and 1996 (1 packet). The Acc08.051 instalment comprises a letter written by Dymphna Clark to her daughter Katerina dated 13 April, 1989 (1 packet). The Acc11.009 instalment comprises a letter from Dymphna Clark to Katerina Clark, 18 April, 2000, together with a program for the "Australia and Timor" symposium, presented by Manning Clark House in association with the Centre for Australian Cultural Studies (Canberra), and held at Parliament House on 5 May, 2000 (1 folder). The Acc11.088 instalment comprises correspondence of Manning and Dymphna Clark. Included are their letters to each other over a number of years, 1937-1989, several letters to them from their children, a number of letters between Dymphna and her mother (mostly in Dutch), and several letters from friends (some in German). There is also an album of early black and white photographs of scenes of Melbourne and Tasmania, together with several unidentified family photographs and a small group of papers relating to Manning Clark, including contracts pertaining to the History of Australia (3 boxes). The Acc11.097 instalment comprises photographs of family and friends of Dymphna and Manning Clark. These early black and white photographs include images of Manning Clark in sporting teams while a university student, together with a large group of colour photographs dating from the 1970s-1990s (1 box). The Acc13.182 instalment comprises 1 letter written by Dymphna Clark to Joan & Alan Jones dated 20 July 1970, writing about the Clark's holiday house 'Ness' on the south coast of New South Wales & doing research work for her husband at the National Library of Australia (1 folder).
    MS 9873
  50. Papers of Nancy Cato, 1939-1995 [manuscript]
    [0.85 m : 1939 - 1995]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    Letters, novel "Towards the source", "Green grows the vine", miscellaneous verse, photographs, editor's "mock up" of the Jindyworobak Anthology, 1950. Also includes letters, mainly personal, from other writers commenting on her work, (1946-1976). Correspondents include Ian Mudie, Mary Durack, John Bray, Gwen Harwood, R.H. Morrison, Katharine Susannah Prichard, Douglas Stewart, Dorothy Green, C. B. Christesen, Kylie Tennant, Dymphna Cusack, Nancy Keesing (added 9.12.76). Other letters added to the collection include those of: Florence James, Nancy Keesing, Judith Wright, Dorothy Green, Gwen Harwood and Flexmore Hudson (added 30.5.96) and Andrew Hay, son of William Gosse Hay (added 16.6.96). A number of letters refer to the formation of Lyrebird Writers, of which Cato and Roland Robinson were founding members. The collection also contains a transcript of dictated excerpts from the diary of Daniel Matthews, 1889, together with photocopies of his diaries, 1899-90, used in research for Mr Maloga (added 30.5.96).
    MS 757
  51. Papers of Patricia Clarke, 1887-2010 [manuscript]
    [9.45 m : 1887 - 2010]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    MS 8363 comprises correspondence, drafts and research material relating to Clarke's books The governesses: letters from the colonies 1862-1882; A colonial woman: the life and times of Mary Braidwood Mowle, 1827-1857; Pen portraits: women writers and journalists in nineteenth century Australia; Pioneer writer: the life of Louisa Atkinson, novelist, journalist, naturalist; Tasma: the life of Jessie Couvreur; Life lines: Australian women's letters and diaries, 1788-1840 (with Dale Spender), and Rosa! Rosa!: a life of Rosa Praed, novelist and spiritualist. Also contains correspondence with Janet Cosh (43 boxes, 1 carton). The Acc06.025 instalment comprises papers relating to Clarke's role as editor of Judith Wright's autobiography, Half a lifetime, published in 1999, including material from Judith Wright, correspondence, notes, drafts, reviews and obituaries, ca. 1997-2000; research material on proposed writing on wartime censorship, ca. 1983; research material, ca. 1984-1988, for the chapter on Government House in Gables, ghosts and governors-general: the historic house at Yarralumla, Canberra (1988); and, papers, articles and talks, ca. 1989-2005 (4 cartons). The Acc11.100 instalment comprises papers reflecting Clarke's activities as a writer, editor, public speaker and member of academic and historical societies. They include material from Judith Wright, correspondence, notes, drafts and reviews relating to Clarke's role as co-editor, with Meredith McKinney, of The equal heart and mind: letters between Judith Wright and Jack McKinney (2004) and With love and fury: selected letters of Judith Wright (2006); papers relating to Steps to Federation (2001), which Clarke edited; Australian dictionary of biography research material, correspondence and drafts; and other papers relating to Clarke's PhD. Thesis, articles and talks. In addition there is correspondence, minutes and other records documenting Clarke's roles in the Independent Scholars Association of Australia, the Canberra and District Historical Society and other organisations, between ca. 1950-2010, and papers relating to her Medal of the Order of Australia (10 boxes).
    MS 8363
  52. Nancy Cato manuscript collection 1967-1992
    [1.35 m, 10 boxes : 1967 - 1992]
    Series: Special Collections, Academy Library, UNSW@ADFA, Australian Defence Force Academy
    The papers of Nancy Cato include correspondence, typescript drafts, research material, and photographs. The collection provides a record of Cato's writings from 1976 to 1992. There are drafts for five of Cato's major works, including Forefathers, The lady lost in time, A distant island, The heart of the continent, and Marigold. There is research material only for Mr Maloga : Daniel Matthews and his mission, Murray River, 1864-1902, and Queen Trucanini, by Nancy Cato and Vivienne Rae-Ellis. Correspondents include Diane Barwick, Peter Bladen, John Jefferson Bray, Collins, Vivienne Rae Ellis, Hodder & Stoughton, Harold White of the National Library, New English Library, St. Martin's Press, Roland Robinson, Laurie Muller of the University of Queensland Press, Stephen Murray-Smith and Judith Wright.
    MSS 7
  53. Papers of Elyne Mitchell, circa 1928-2002 [manuscript]
    [9.6 m : c. 1928 - 2002]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    The papers in the collection were accumulated over the course of Elyne Mitchell's long life and career. There are drafts of nearly all her published works, including for The silver brumby, letters from many fans of her writings, correspondence with publishers, reviews of her published works and a large group of royalty statements. Of particular interest are lengthy runs of informative letters from two of her early literary mentors, Judith Wright and her cousin, Ethel Anderson. There is also a large collection of black and white photographs and negatives of the Australian alpine landscape dating from the 1930s-1940s (61 boxes, 1 fol. Box).
    MS 9633
  54. Southern Africa Defence and Aid Fund in Australia - records, 1961-1981, together with the records of Community Aid Abroad (Australia). Southern Africa Group, 1981-1987
    [2.28 m, 14 boxes : 1961 - 1987]
    Series: State Library of New South Wales
    A. Minutes of meetings, with related papers, 1963-1981 B. Financial records, 1963-1978 C. Correspondence files, 1963-1981 D. Subject files, 1963-1981 E. Community Aid Abroad (Australia). Southern Africa Group, 1981-1987
    MLMSS 6630
  55. Papers of Nonie Sharp, 1980-2000 [manuscript]
    [2.4 m, 16 boxes : 1980 - 2000]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    MS 9948 comprises letters and cards from Judith Wright to Nonie Sharp, 1982-1999, newspaper cuttings, and a draft of "Remembering Judith Wright", 19 July 2000 (1 box). The Acc06.051 instalment comprises papers relating to the Mabo case and Sharp's research on the case. It includes court transcripts, correspondence, newspaper cuttings, research materials and oral history recordings (15 boxes).
    MS 9948; MS Acc06.051
  56. Literary papers 1969-1981 [manuscript]
    [1969 - 1981]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    Compilation of literary works brought together by the Aboriginal Treaty Committee for the purpose of fund-raising. These works include the following: Murray Bail's original draft, typed with holograph corrections of "The drover's wife"; Nancy Cato's typed draft with corrections of the poem "Travel". Alan Marshall's complete set of drafts with corrections and additions of "Hallucination at departure"; Ivan Southall's manuscripts of the book "The golden goose"; Kylie Tennant's playscript "Here of nowhere" and Patrick White's work on a projected opera based on "A fringe of leaves". Other literary figures represented are: Patsy Adam-Smith, Dorothy Auchterlone, (Dorothy Green), John Blight, R. F. Brissenden, Manning Clark, H. C. Coombs, Bruce Dawe, Margaret Diesendorf, Rosemary Dobson, Geoffrey Dutton, Ray Ericksen, Sylvana Gardner, Stewart Harris, Gwen Harwood, Roger McDonald, Donald Horne, Mark O'Connor; R. A. Simpson, Geoffrey Page, Judith Rodriguez, Dal Stivens, Judah Waten, Judith Wright and Nancy Keesing.
    MS 6856
  57. Craig Powell manuscript collection
    [0.02 m : 1960]
    Series: Special Collections, Academy Library, UNSW@ADFA, Australian Defence Force Academy
    Correspondence to Craig Powell from writers including Tom Shapcott, Les Murray, Francis Webb, Michael Dransfield, Judith Wright and Oodgeroo Noonuccal (Kath Walker).
    MSS 152

Encyclopedia of Australian Science

  1. Wright, Judith
    Published: The University of Melbourne eScholarship Research Centre
    Series: Encyclopedia of Australian Science
  2. Where are the Women in Australian Science?
    McCarthy, Gavan; Morgan, Helen; Smith, Ailie; van den Bosch, Alan
    Published: Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre, 2003
  3. Judith Wright - a tribute
    Bowen, Margarita
    Published: 1994
    Series: WISENET Journal, 34, March
  4. South of my days: a biography of Judith Wright
    Brady, Veronica
    Published: Angus & Robertson, Pymble, New South Wales, 1998
  5. Work of R.W. Lahey
    Wright, Judith
    Published: 1963
    Series: Wildlife Australia, 1, 1, 9010
  6. Hunters and Collectors: the Antiquarian Imagination in Australia
    Griffiths, Tom
    Published: Cambridge University Press, Cambridge/Melbourne, 1996

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    Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 2001) Friday 25 August 1972 [Issue No.89] p 3459

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  3. CONFIRMATION OF APPOINTMENTS
    Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 2001) Friday 23 June 1967 [Issue No.70 (SUPPLEMENT)] p 2294

    Government Gazette Appointments And Employment

    ... Arundell; Mr Stephen John McLaren; Mr Peter Youill; Mr Graham John Fenton; Mr Kevin Andrew Brodie; Mr ... Langford Brown, Judith Anne Bull, Lynette May Bull, Ian Warwick Buttenshaw, Timothy Hastings Cambridge ... 1231 words
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  1. WRIGHT-RANDALL WEDDING
    The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 - 1954) Tuesday 6 August 1940 p 6 Article
    ... WRIGHT—RANDALL WEDDING. FOR her marriage to Mr. Bruce Arundell Wright at the Armldale School Chapel ... Aiken, Judith Wright (sister of the bridegroom) and Bee Brydon. They wore frocks of delphinium blue ... 282 words
    • Text last corrected on 2 March 2017 by jeri
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  2. Family Notices
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Wednesday 24 February 1937 p 1 Family Notices
    ... ).--On February 22, at K.E.M.H. (private ward), to Mr. and I Mrs. J. Preston, of West Swan--a daughter (Judith Ann ... , John Evan. Silverwood, Fred. Luke, Richard M. Wright, Robert J. Roberts, Herbert H. ANDREWS ... 3027 words
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  3. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 17 September 1952 p 26 Family Notices
    ... -lng sister Han WRIGHT-A tribute of love to the memory of our dod James who passed o voy September 17 1950 ot ... ., lost at sea while Jap. p.o.w. Proudly remembered by Cath, Trev, Robert, Judith. RETURN THANKS Ml W ... 9669 words
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  1. Judith Wright / interview, Roger McDonald ; research, Maria Nadalin
    Wright, Judith, 1915-2000
    [ Sound : 1974 ]
    At 5 libraries
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 720.753)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 720.753)

  2. Interview with Judith Wright, poet / interviewer, Suzanne Lunney
    Wright, Judith, 1915-2000
    [ Sound : 1975 ]
    At The Age Library
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 685.568)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 685.568)

  3. Pilgrimage : tribute to Judith Wright / Becky Llewellyn
    Llewellyn, Becky, 1950-
    [ Printed music : 1995 ]
    At National Library
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 679.454)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 679.454)

  4. An interview with Judith Wright / by Roger McDonald
    Wright, Judith, 1915-2000
    [ Sound : 1975 ]
    At UQ Library
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  1. Wright, Judith Arundell
    [ Periodical : 1900-2019 ]
    Possibly online
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 1,569.422)

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  2. A terrible lie. -Judith Wright interviewed by Fremd, Angelika-
    Wright, Judith, 1915-2000
    Imago Literary Magazine
    [ Article : 1989 ]
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 386.03)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 386.03)

  3. Correspondence [between Judith Wright and Les Murray from 1980-1983. Paper in: Translations.]
    Wright, Judith, 1915-2000; Murray, Les, 1938-
    Southerly
    [ Article : 2003 ]
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 358.21)

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  4. At the Point. -A further chapter of Judith Wright's autobiography in progress-
    Wright, Judith, 1915-2000
    Overland
    [ Article : 1990 ]
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 275.938)

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  1. Papers of Judith Wright
    Wright, Judith, 1915-2000
    [ Unpublished : 1944-2000 ]
    View online
    At National Library
    Papers of Judith Wright
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 841.493)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 841.493)

  2. Papers of Judith Wright
    Wright, Judith, 1915-2000
    [ Unpublished : 1949-1951 ]
    At National Library
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 570.724)

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  3. Papers relating to Judith Wright
    Walker, Shirley, 1927-
    [ Unpublished : 1925-1995 ]
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  1. MILBANK, Arthur Ernest Edmund (1870 - 1935).
    MILBANK, Arthur Ernest Edmund (1870 - 1935).
    Created by KEVING., 58 items.

    Arthur E. Milbank was the son of George and Mary Elisabeth Frances Milbank (née Humphris) of Mayo Terrace, 70 Street, Adelaide. He was one of 7 children. However, as one article on Arthur said - he...

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  2. Angus, Lorraine
    Angus, Lorraine
    Created by Lynniebear, 92 items.

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 5.016)

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  1. Wright, Judith Arundell
    [ ]
    Possibly online
    At WhitehorseManning
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 2,061.72)

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  2. Judith Wright / by A.D. Hope
    Hope, A. D. (Alec Derwent), 1907-2000
    [ Book : 1975 ]
    At 53 libraries
    Judith Wright / by A.D. Hope
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 1,504.44)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 1,504.44)

  3. Collected poems, 1942-1985 / Judith Wright
    Wright, Judith, 1915-2000
    [ Book : 1994-2003 ]
    At 111 libraries
    Collected poems, 1942-1985 / Judith Wright
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 1,389.577)

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  4. Judith Wright / selection and introduction by the author
    Wright, Judith, 1915-2000
    [ Book : 1963-1987 ]
    Possibly online
    At 25 libraries
    Judith Wright / selection and introduction by the author
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 1,235.901)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 1,235.901)