MS Acc09.179 comprises research material on various topics including Chloe MacMillan, gold transfer from Nazi Germany to Lisbon, Salazar, Macau, Huambo, Luanda; documents relating to East Timor including lists of military equipment in use, United Nations documents, Timorese Constitution, 2006 violence; correspondence with Noam Chomsky on East Timor, Francesc Vendrell, United Nations, Helen Clark, Herb Feith, Arthur Tange, Francis James, Kevin Sherlock; publications including articles arising from Jolliffe's interviews with Xanana Gusmao and Konis Santana; articles by Jolliffe as filed to commissioning newspapers; photographs, mostly taken in East Timor and others from Angola, Portugal, Guinea-Bissau, China, Burma, Azores, Macau; news clippings of Jolliffe's articles; journalistic and research notebooks; videos and audio tapes of stories and radio broadcasts concerning East Timor; ephemera including press cards, invitations, exhibition catalogues and World War II propaganda (18 boxes and 4 fol. boxes).
The Acc11.188 instalment comprises manuscript and published material relating to Portugal and its colonies, specifically East Timor and Angola with some references to Macau. The contents include newspaper articles, photographs, monographs, Portuguese cabinet documents, a significant collection of postcards, realia, manuscripts and correspondence (notably with Xanana Gusmão). Much of the material is written in Portuguese (4 boxes, 1 fol. box, 1 elephant fol.)
The Acc12.040 instalment comprises manuscript and published material relating to Portugal and its colonies, specifically East Timor and Angola with some references to Macau. The contents include newspaper articles, photographs, monographs, realia, manuscripts and correspondence. Much of the material is written in Portuguese (3 boxes).
Freelance journalist and author renowned for her reporting on East Timor since 1975. Jolliffe witnessed the first incursions of Indonesian regular troops into East Timor in September 1975, reported on the death of her five colleagues at Balibo in October, and was evacuated from Dili by the International Red Cross four days before Indonesian paratroopers attacked the capital on 7 December 1975. In 1978 Jolliffe moved to Portugal, where she continued to follow the East Timor story and to work as a correspondent for The guardian, The Sunday times, The age, The Sydney morning herald and the BBC, among others. She now lives in Darwin and reports regularly from East Timor.