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rb_manuscripts_011_compressed.pdf
Manuscript album of handwritten poems, many of which are of loss and mourning, some correspondence loosely-inserted

rb_manuscripts_014.pdf
Two late 18th century volumes in original marbled wrappers of manuscript English translations of Metastasio's plays Artaxerxes, and the Olympiad. Translation differs from that of John Hoole

rb_manuscripts_016_compressed.pdf
A mid-19th century manuscript cook book containing recipes and notes on household management. Written in a notebook, quarter-leather bound. Appears to be mainly English recipes but with the occassional reference to hot climate fair like Life Guards'…

rb_manuscripts_015.pdf
Early 19th century English cook book containing approx. 175 recipes, hand-written in a notebook, quarter-leather bound with marbled boards. Dates on recipes range from 1812 to 1818.
Purchased from Michael Treloar, 31 October 1995. Purchased with…

rb_manuscripts_006.pdf
Handwritten. Hand drawn inked illustrations on front and back covers. Paper cover has been pasted to the notebook. Colophon: Wholly set up and printed in Australia by the Eire Inc Press. Pages 79 to 86 have been removed from the manuscript.

rb_manuscripts_017.pdf
Carbon paper copy letter books of personal and business correspondence dated from May 1880-Sept. 1881 and May 1183 to June 1886. Loose correspondence [4 pages] from the Melbourne International Exhibition 1880 dated from May to September 1881,…

rb_manuscripts_013.pdf
Journal of a young girl's voyage on a Mediterranean cruise of the S.S. Aquitania (Cunard White Star Line), most likely written as a school project in the United States. The journal describes leaving New York, some of the journey,

rb_manuscripts_012.pdf
Fourteen page holograph manuscript of "Not Modern At All". An essay on women in literature.

rb_manuscripts_010_compressed.pdf
Includes manuscript copies of music for songs in the repertoire of James Payne. Also includes, pasted in, some pages taken from printed sheet music. Illustrated by colour cartoons by James Payne.

rb_Williams.pdf
Folio ledger book, lacking lower board and backstrip; original cloth covered upper board (heavily stained) and top leather corner (lacking the bottom leather corner); marbled front endpapers; front paste-down with original stationer's label of Thomas…

And still I see it.pdf
Catalogue of the exhibition at Drill Hall Gallery, ANU, 26 July - 20 August, 1995

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/Monographs/rb_WWI_042.pdf
Punch issue no. 3080, vol. CXXI, Aug. 6, 1914. Contains local news as well as articles and cartoons of the war. Engraving on cover "Setting fire to Europe."

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/Monographs/rb_WWI_041.pdf
Society, music, drama, sport, etc.'.

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/Monographs/rb_WWI_040.pdf
This publication was prepared early in 1915. When a copy was submitted to the censor he forbade its issue. So the work has taken five years to reach the public.

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/Monographs/rb_WWI_039.pdf
Began in 1863. Editors: 1863-87, Marcelin; 1887- Baudouin; - G. Diaz de Soria. Publication suspended Sept. 17, 1870-July 1, 1871. Issue No. 22

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Began in 1863. Editors: 1863-87, Marcelin; 1887- Baudouin; - G. Diaz de Soria. Publication suspended Sept. 17, 1870-July 1, 1871. Issue No. 43

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Began in 1863. Editors: 1863-87, Marcelin; 1887- Baudouin; - G. Diaz de Soria. Publication suspended Sept. 17, 1870-July 1, 1871. Issue No. 4

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Began in 1863. Editors: 1863-87, Marcelin; 1887- Baudouin; - G. Diaz de Soria. Publication suspended Sept. 17, 1870-July 1, 1871. Issue No. 18

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Title varies slightly. 10th issue, realeased on the 19th of December, 1914. Annual special number of: Australasian traveller, 1904-1924, and, Australian traveller, 1925-

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/Monographs/rb_WWI_017.pdf
Rare copy from the Richard Travers Collection. Includes nominal roll.

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Reissue of Remnants from Randwick. No. 2. Illustration on front cover, by Fred Brown, shows a soldier in bed, sketching.

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/Monographs/rb_WWI_014.pdf
One photograph album with ownership inscription, "Clarence Holt, 'Corrahymn', Hartington St, Elsternwick". Photographs of Melbourne, War Bond banners, State Savings Bank (Elizabeth St.), Portarlington, S.S. Edina, Heidelberg, Caulfield Military…

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/Monographs/rb_WWI_012.pdf
Rare copy from Lindsay Shaw Collection. Open door (Melbourne, Vic. : 1920)

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/Monographs/rb_WWI_011.pdf
Rare copy from the Lindsay Shaw Collection. Written for children, "with the approval of the Tasmanian Education Dept."

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/Monographs/rb_WWI_009.pdf
Single-leaf flier calling for produce and various articles to be donated to the Red Cross for sending to "sick and wounded soldiers at home and abroad", as "Valentine gifts". "Supplement to N.S.W. Red Cross Record, January 12th 1916."

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/Monographs/rb_WWI_006.pdf
A souvenir of an exhibition of physical training exercises and folk dancing performed by 10,000 state school students and conducted by the Education Dept. for the purpose of raising money for the Patriotic Fund which according to the text on the…

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/Monographs/rb_WWI_005.pdf
"But for the strength of the Empire's Navy, enemy aeroplanes would be over Melbourne [?]"

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/Monographs/rb_WWI_002.pdf
Began July 1918, ceased July/August 1919. "Honour to those, who, unable to take their place on the Field of Battle, stand firmly behind the lines, ready to make any sacrifice that will bring greater strength to those who serve and suffer to King and…

War in the Pacific.pdf
"The following pages give a short outline of the more recent happenings in he Pacific zone. Much of the material is first-hand knowledge, collected in the years of travel and investigation in the Far East, made possible by my work as a newspaper…

rb-monographs-013.pdf
This item has been digitised and made available with the permission of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (Australian Section): http://www.wilpf.org.au/ with acknowledgement to Susan Hogan, Adela Pankhurst's granddaughter, and…

rb-monographs-012.pdf
From the collection of N. W. Saffin, and with ms. note in front "To Dr. Norman W. Saffin" explaining that this copy belonged to Rev. Albert Rivett who died at the meeting for Egon Kisch in Sydney Domain, 18 Nov. 1934

Australian Ladies Annual 1878.pdf
Contributions by: "Tasma", H.N.B., Mrs. J.A. Bode, Mrs. Dampier, Mrs. Cross, Mrs. Meredith, "Sylvia", Mrs. T.P. Hill, "Little Rosebud", Miss Donnelly, Miss Cheeseman, "Constance Craig", Miss Card, and others.
"First year of publication"

rb-monographs-011.pdf
" The true philosophy of life is the endeavour to realize our aspirations - to love our best thoughts, which, like wandering angels, visit us in our better moments. ours of quiet and retirement give us glimpses of a better and a holier life which…

rb-monographs-010.pdf
The Greek Antiquities are full of Poetical Fictions, because the Greeks wrote nothing in Prose, before the Conquest of Asia by Cyrus the Perisan, Then Pherecydes Scyrius and Cadmus Milesius introduced the writing in Prose. Pherecydes Atheniensis,…

rb-monographs-009.pdf
[...] The object of the Novum Organum, and of Bacon's philosophy in general, is, statd summarily, to enlarge the dominion of man, 'Regnum Hominis' ad he phrases it, by increasing his knowledge of Nature and his power over her operations. This end can…

rb-monographs-008.pdf
[...] Diogenes Laertius divides the philosophy of the Greeks into the Ionic, beginning with Anaximander, and ending with Theophrastus (in which class, he includes the Socratic philosophy and all its various ramifications) ; and the Italian, beginning…

rb_Yellowbacks_006.pdf
Originally published as a three-volume novel, this yellow-back was the seventh edition of Dinah Craik's Agatha's Husband. The cover and title page attribute the book to "the author of John Halifax, Gentleman," which was Craik's best-known novel.

rb_Yellowbacks_005.pdf
In this small book, a cheap volume intended for sale at railway stations, John George Wood describes some basic gymnastic exercises. He covers exercises both with and without apparatuses, such as parallel bars, poles, and ropes, with accompanying…

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A hand-lettered, hand-drawn and coloured children's book, circa 1940s.

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/Monographs/rb_manuscripts_008.pdf
Manuscript book drawn and illustrated by what appears to be two girls. Includes six original drawings, mostly animals and children as subjects.
Made on pages taken from a printed book.