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Papers of André Frankovits, 1889-2013
Bib ID 6857235
Format ManuscriptManuscript [text, volume]
Author
Frankovits, André
 
Access Conditions Part available for research; part requires permission for research. Not for loan. 
Description [between 1889 and 2013] 
5.9 m (25 boxes) + 2 folio boxes +1 map folio. 
Summary

The collection comprises of material relating to both the Frankovits family and the personal and professional life of André Frankovits. The Frankovits family component includes correspondence, papers and travel documents in Hungarian, French, German and English as well as analogue and digital photographs. The Andre Frankovits' component documents his childhood, youth and education, his involvement with the Sydney Push, his career in international human rights and includes correspondence from family, friends, peers, professional colleagues, conference papers, reports, diaries, publications, speeches, posters, audio and video recordings, photographs and press cuttings. Included in the Andre Frankovits' component are journal articles, manuscripts of essays, reviews, seminar papers and book proposals of Frankovits’ wife, Meaghan Morris.

Biography/History

Civil libertarian, activist and advocate for international human rights. Further biographical information available online at: http://nla.gov.au/nla.party-506997

Notes

Manuscript reference number: MS 10167.

Associated materials: Papers of Meaghan Morris, 1963-1997 MS 9355.

Subjects Frankovits, André -- Archives.  |  Frankovits family -- Archives.  |  Morris, Meaghan -- Archives.  |  Human rights workers -- Australia -- Archives.  |  Social reformers -- Australia -- Archives.  |  Libertarians -- Australia -- Archives.  |  Immigrants -- Australia -- Archives.  |  World War, 1939-1945 -- Refugees -- Australia.
Time Coverage 1889-2013 
Other authors/contributors Morris, Meaghan
Terms of Use Permission is required for research copying of Andre Frankovits' personal correspondence and diaries. 

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