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Papers of William MacKenzie, 1935-1969 [manuscript]
Bib ID 763084
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
MacKenzie, William Frederick, 1897-1972
 
Access Conditions Available for research. Not for loan. 
Description [1935-1969] 
0.04 m. (2 folders) 
Summary

Letters written by Rev. W.F. MacKenzie to J.A. Simpson, an engineer from 1935 to 1969. They relate to developmental matters on Aurukun Mission, North Queensland. Photographs of W.F. MacKenzie together with snapshots of mission work.

Biography/History

Clergyman. MacKenzie worked for the Queensland Presbyterian Church. Aurukun was a Presbyterian Aboriginal Mission; it is now a self contained Aboriginal Community. J.A. Simpson is a brother of the late Dr George Simpson of Flying Doctor fame (MS 812).

Notes

Manuscript reference no. : MS 7172.

Subjects MacKenzie, William Frederick, 1897-1972 -- Archives.  |  Presbyterian Church of Australia -- Missions -- Queensland -- Aurukun.  |  Missionaries -- Queensland -- Aurukun -- Archives.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Missions -- Queensland -- Aurukun.
Time Coverage 1935-1969 
Occupation Missionaries.

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