Series 4 - Conservation and Environmental Planning


Date Range1935 - 1992
Quantity69 cm, 42 items
ProvenanceDewar Wilson Goode
Description

Newspaper clippings, correspondence, conference papers, reports, policy papers, articles, minutes, reference notes, extracts, newsletter and memos relating to conservation, environmental problems and planning, pastoral industry and land use ethics; a number of photocopies of articles and papers written by Dewar Goode.

Section 1 - 1935-49
Section 2 - 1950-55
Section 3 - 1956-57
Section 4 - 1958-59
Section 5 - 1960-62
Section 6 - 1963-64
Section 7 - 1965-66
Section 8 - 1967-70
Section 9 - 1971-75
Section 10 - 1976-79
Section 11 - 1980-86

This Series also includes other files in addition to the above.

ArrangedChronological

Inventory Listing

GOOD00119 1945-1949

Dewar Goode: manuscript notes, production figures 16 March 1945; manuscript report, 'Appointment of E.G. Hegan to the Conservation Authority', 1947.Press clippings: 'Move for International Federation of Primary Producers', Burnie Advocate, 14 February 1945; 'Primary Need is to Develop Markets', Burnie Advocate, 15 February 1945; 'World Control of Commodities', 'Limit to Control', Adelaide Advertiser, 16 February 1945; '25 Million Australia's Maximum', Brisbane Courier Mail, 31 October 1945; C.H. Miller, 'NZ Royal Commission On Sheep Farming', Adelaide Chronicle, 23 September 1948; 'Formation of River Improvement District', Coleraine Albion, 8 December 1949 (photocopy); Dewar Goode, 'New Bill 'Progressive'', Hamilton Spectator, ? December 1949 (photocopy). Transcripts: Rural Bank of NSW, 'Agriculture Magazine of the Air': 'Getting Over the Drought', Episode 45/25, 26 March 1945; 'Uplifting Soil Fertility', Episode 45/38, 10 May 1945; 'Recreation for the Country People', Episode 46/15, 21 February 1946.Correspondence: Allan R. Callaghan to Dewar Goode; Dewar Goode to Secretary, APPU (Ros Yeoman) c1947, retyped and annotated 1990; Report: The Liberal Party of Australia, Victorian Division, Wannon Sub-Committee 'Rural Policy report', 1947; Crosbie Morrison, 'Definitions', NTA, 1948.Extract: G.W. Tack, 'Is This Borer Dangerous? Part III - The Lyctus Borer', CSIR Forest Products Newsletter, No.154, 1948.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1945 - 1990    Quantity 0.3 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, Reports, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00119 Box Number 24 Series 4
GOOD00120 1950-1952

Correspondence: J.G. Crawford and Dewar Goode; E.J. Clayton, G.T. Thompson, Judith W. Baldy, E.D. Mackinnon, C.R. Cameron, F.H. Hawkins, Thelma F. Passo, Attorney-General of SA, R.G. Downes, Eric Thomas, R.A. Yeoman to Dewar Goode; A.G. Coulthard to W.J.F. (Jack) McDonald; Dewar Goode to Bob Herriott?, Chairman Soil Conservation Board, Secretary APPU; Trevor Swan and Dewar Goode; H.R Gray, C.E. Isaac to Dewar Goode re Field Day at 'Brim Brim'; Wannon Shire Secretary to Dewar Goode, L. Bailey and others; C.E. Isaac for 'Save The Forests Campaign' to Dewar Goode; J.M. Anderson, Jack [McDonald. and Dewar Goode re his resignation from the Liberal and Country Party. Reprint: G.H. Burvill, 'The Salt Problem in the Wheat Belt', Journal of Department of Agriculture of Western Australia, Vol. 27 No.2, June 1950; Extracts: 'The Kiewa Hydro-Electric Project', National Bank [Review?., 15 January 1951; W.H. Bryan, 'Soil as the geologist sees it', W.J. Cartmill, 'The facts of soil erosion - and conservation', F.C. Cross, 'Reclaiming salt-ruined land', Country Hour Journal, May 1952.Press clippings (photocopies): Dewar Goode, 'Soil and Wild Life Conservation - Plea For Co-operation By People Of Sincere Public Spirit', Hamilton Spectator, 8 July 1950 (multiple annotated copies); Dewar Goode, 'Conservation And The Wide Open Spaces Of Central Australia - Need For Action Emphasised By Knowing Of Deterioration Of The Inland', 'Conservation and Minerals - A Real Problem For All Australians', Hamilton Spectator, 15 July 1950; 'Soil Conservation Field Day Arouses Interest', Coleraine Albion, 20 July 1950; 'Field Day at Coleraine', Hamilton Spectator, undated; Dewar Goode, 'Forests and Afforestation - A Plea For Sanity In Safeguarding Australia's National Assets', Hamilton Spectator, 22 July 1950; Dewar Goode, 'Soil Conservation and Erosion - Valuable Lessons To Be Learned By Examining Earlier Mistakes', Hamilton Spectator, 25 July 1950; Dewar Goode, 'Soil Conservation and Erosion - Valuable Lessons To Be Learned By Examining Earlier Mistakes', Coleraine Albion, 4 December 1950; Dewar Goode, 'Soil Conservation Not New - Problem World-Wide', Coleraine Albion, 4 January 1951; Dewar Goode, 'Highways Create Conservation Problem - Vital To Community', Coleraine Albion, 15 January 1951; 'APPU Will Try Lectures To Revive Interest', Coleraine Albion, 28 February 1952; Dewar Goode, 'Not All Farmers Make Fortunes', letter, Age, 16 August 1952; '700 men in blitz on weeds and vermin', Sun, 17 October 1950; 'Tallow Price Anomalies', Argus, 30 July 1946.Poem: H.G. Martindale, 'The School by the Lake', Edenhope High School, 1952 (Goode distributed prizes). APPU: Minutes of the Ninth Annual Conference, 17 July 1952.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1950 - 1952    Quantity 0.8 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00120 Box Number 24 Series 4
GOOD00121 1953-1954

Press clippings: Dewar Goode, 'Development of National Resources is Vital - Sound Land Use Policy Essential', Coleraine Albion, 7 May 1953, annotated by Goode 1989; Dewar Goode, 'What the Kosciusko Plateau Means to Farmers', Producer, 23 May 1953; Dewar Goode, 'What The Snowy Project Is To Primary Producers', Victorian Producer, 23 May 1953; '60m. Snowy Move', ?, 23 May 1953; Dewar Goode, 'What The Snowy Project Is To Primary Producers', Victorian Producer, 23 May 1953; 'Wasted Effort in Soil Tillage', Victorian Producer, 24 June 1953; Dewar Goode, 'National Problems Face The Economy', Australian Producer, 5 August 1953; 'Today Is The Fifth Anniversary Of The Declaration of Human Rights', Australian Producer, 10 December 1953; 'Priorities for Capital Works', Editorial, Age, 14 January 1954; 'Works Priority For UK Loans - Premiers Talk With British Chancellor', Age, 19 January 1954; 'State Wide War On Prickly Pear', ?, 18 February 1954.Extracts: Otto F.F. Joseph, 'Siltation of Reservoirs - Eildon Surveys Analysed', Aqua, November 1953; 'Murrumbidgee Area Has Record in Production for 1952-53', Leader, March 1954; Dewar Goode, 'Factors In Future Of Irrigation', Producer?, 31 March 1954; 'Irrigation and Land Use', editorial, Australian Producer, 2 June 1954; Dewar Goode, 'New Bill 'Progressive'', ?, 13 June 1954; Dewar Goode, 'Works Associated With Land Use Must Be Co-ordinated', Australian Producer, 23 June 1954; 'Reclamation Schemes That Dwarf The Snowy', South Australian Farmer, 16 July 1954; 'Land Use', SA Producer, 22 December 1954; Dewar Goode, 'Research Essential to Prevent Floods', Victorian Producer, 23 July 1954; Dewar Goode, 'More Finance needed for Conservation', Producer?, 18 November 1954; 'Drainage resolutions: Action Sought', Australian Producer, 8 December 1954; Correspondence: Alec Costin, G.T. Thompson, ? Rippon to Dewar Goode; A.G. Enticknap (Minister for Conservation), Minister for Forests, Perth to Irs L. Waight. APPU: Circular resulting from Landscape Committee Meeting 4 June 1953; Report from Landscape Committee 14 July 1954; Federal Council Deputation to Soil Conservation Service NSW, 22 October 1954; Federal Council Submission to ? Committee re erosion, 25 October 1954.Reports: by Dewar Goode for the Landscape Committee to the Federal Council, APPU; 'The Tragedy of Fire' 26 May 1954, 'Federal Land Use' 24 March 1954, 'Where does soil erosion start in your district?' 26 May 1954. Dewar Goode: manuscript notes, 'Salt'; typescript 'Notes on Salinity', 'Notes for Broadcasts on Macquarie Network' and 'Article' on which broadcast was based; report, 'Tasmania - Erosion and Other Things', 1954?.Report from Executive Meeting of the NRCL, 29 September 1954.Department of Conservation NSW, Conservation Supplement to the Education Gazette, 1 July 1953.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1953 - 1989    Quantity 0.6 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00121 Box Number 24 Series 4
GOOD00122 1955

Press clippings (some photocopies): 'Grand Job' Says Minister on Relief Work', [Coleraine. Albion, 20 January 1955; 'District APPU Moves Quickly', [Coleraine. Albion, 6 January 1955; 'Bushfire Co-ordinating Relief Committee Set Up At Hamilton', ?, 19 January 1955; Michael Macgeorge, 'Menace of Erosion in Snowy Mountains', Age, 16 April 1955; 'Natural Resources Survey Needed', Age, 9 May 1955; Dewar Goode, 'Floods Do Not Come From Improved Pastures', Australian Producer, 19 May 1955; 'Plan to drain Corangamite', Producer, 23 July 1955; '3 million scheme to drain lake', Herald, 13 July 1955; 'APPU Conference', Leader, 20 July 1955; 'Union puts lake drain plan', Argus, 26 July 1955; 'Drainage of Lake Corangamite', Colac Herald, 29 July 1955; 'Big Scheme to `Dry Out' Land at Lake', Herald, 13 July 1955; 'Canberra Calling - National Parks', ?, ? 1955; 'Like Floods, fire menace seems to be accepted as national phenomenon but have we really probed bushfires?', NSW Producer, 27 October 1955.Victorian Producer: 'The Relief Committee', 26 January 1955; 'Prompt Assistance By Union For Aid For Bushfire Victims', 12 January 1955; 'Action Taken On Colac Lakes Problem Outlined', 9 March 1955; Dewar Goode, 'Best in Land Use Principles Vital', 18 May 1955; Dewar Goode, 'The Soil Is Not A Machine', 25 May 1955; Dewar Goode, 'Research and Use of Our Water Resources', 17 August 1955; 'Corangamite Plan: Colac Support', 7 August 1955.Victorian Producer ?: Dewar Goode, 'The Living Soil By Lady Eve Balfour', 29 May 1955; Dewar Goode, 'Planting Time For Trees', 29 May 1955; Dewar Goode, 'Super-yields can come from spray irrigation', 3 August 1955; Dewar Goode, 'APPU Delegates Inspect Tasmanian Research Farm', 23 November 1955.Hamilton Spectator: 'Agistment Urgently Required for 40,000 Sheep, 5000 Cattle in District', 6 January 1955; 'Assistance For Fire Victims Sought From Premier Today', 11 January 1955; 'Producers Union Seeks Fodder and Fencing for Fire Victims', 4 January 1955; 'Government Approached With Fire Assistance Appeal', 8 January 1955; Dewar Goode, 'Conservation and the Wide Open Spaces of Central Australia - Need for Action Emphasised by Knowing of Deterioration of the Land', 15 July 1955; 'Western District Pasture Research Station Proposed; CSIRO Man Is Coming Here', 23 July 1955; Dewar Goode, 'District Expert Claims the Need is for Grassland Research Station; Best is in Wales', 28 July 1955; 'National Parks Move Will Be Supported', 18 August 1955; 'Vital Meeting Will Discuss Research Station', 18 August 1955; 'Research Station Meeting Comment by Mr. Goode', 18 August 1955; Dewar Goode, 'Land Use Committee Chairman Explains Aspects of Grassland Research Development', 1 September 1955; Reprints: A.B. Costin, 'Research Problems of High Mountains in Australia', from Australian Journal Of Science, Vol.17 No.4, February 1955; L. Lewis, 'Australia's Phosphate Problem', from Chemical Industry and Engineering, Vol.2 Nos. 7 and 8, 1955.Correspondence: Alec Costin, G.L. Tilley (Minister of Forests), N.J. McGawie?, Bill Nevill, Lloyd Jenkins to Dewar Goode; H.F.C. [Bill. Nevill to T. Darcy; Dewar Goode and M.C. Downes; George de V. Pennicott to Dewar Goode re Sheep jackets with attached diagrams; Dewar Goode to Geoff Martin; L. Lewis to Dewar Goode re Calcium-Magnesium Phosphate; Copies of Letters to Iris L. Waight (Secretary APPU), mostly dealing with soil conservation issues from: H.C. Smith (Secretary for Agriculture, Hobart); W.J. Crawley (SCA); T.P. Taylor (Department of Interior); J.A. Beare (Department of Agriculture, Adelaide); E.S. Clayton (SCA, NSW); L.C. Lightfoot (Department of Agriculture, Perth); G.R. Vincent (Department of Commerce and Agriculture); C.R. Lambert; Acting Under Secretary Department of Agriculture and Stock, Brisbane. Dewar Goode: typescript draft, 'Have We Learnt?', 1955, annotated 1969 and 1982; article, 'A National Resources Conservation and Development Authority', 1 July 1955; Submission on behalf of Land Use Committee, APPU, 'A Water Resource Plan for Australia', c1953-54 or 1956.Dewar Goode, Reports to Federal Council APPU, for Landscape Committee: 'The Tragedy of Fire', 26 May 1954; 'The Conservation, Development and Provision of Timber Resources in NSW', 2 August 1955, multiple copies including one with manuscript notes on Pine attached; Dewar Goode and J. Ros Garnet: Statement on National Parks Policy; Notice of Meeting of Land Use Departments and Organisations Interested in National Parks, Monuments, Sanctuaries and Reserves, 27 September 1955 (with incomplete notes resulting from Meeting).

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1953? - 1982    Quantity 1.2 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00122 Box Number 24 Series 4
GOOD00123 1956-1957

Press clippings (some photocopies): 'Minister Replies on 'Creeping Lakes'', unlabelled; 'Removal of Timber Threat to Water Says Board Chief', Age, 29 October 1957; 'Reservoir Progress from the Air', unlabelled; 'Silt Alarms Apollo Bay Fishermen', May 1957; 'Water Cuts Unlikely', ?, July 1957; 'Pure Water Stand Upheld', 'Preserving The Purity of Our Water Supply' (editorial), unlabelled; 'Soil Erosion May Hinder Snowy Plan', Age, 6 July 1957; Dewar Goode, 'Conserving Soil In Catchment Areas', Advertiser, 27 March 1957; 'Problem for Town Planners', editorial, I.H. Caldwell and K.W. Walker, 'The Nigretta Road', letter, Hamilton Spectator, 23 July 1957; 'Atomic Aid for Primary Producers', Australian Producer, ? 1957; L.H. Smith, 'Rendezvous With A Lyrebird in Victoria's Sherbrooke Forest', Age, 13 July 1957; H.A. Lindsay, 'Killing Sometimes Helps Preserve Animals', Age, 8 July 1957; Ruby Henty, 'Use of Native Trees', letter, Advertiser, 8 October 1958; 'Sowing of Flanders Poppies', unlabelled; Noel Adams, 'Flood Defence More Than Local Obligation', 'How Can Murray Floods Be Controlled?', 'Problem of the Murray' series, Advertiser, 11-12 September 1956; 'Water Pipe Systems Open Up Big Areas In S. Australia', Sydney Morning Herald?, 25 October 1957; Dewar Goode, 'Prospects in Victoria for land development', Australian Producer, 23 May 1957; Dewar Goode, 'Land Utilisation Points by West. District Authority', 'Some Broad Aspects of Land Development - and Anomalies', 'Mr. Dewar Goode Discusses More Aspects of Land Utilisation', Hamilton Spectator, 25 May, 1 June, 8 June 1957; 'Protecting Snowy Catchment', Dewar Goode, 'Plan Urged To Save Catchments', Advertiser, 10 July 1957; Dewar Goode, 'Western Region Could Be Australia's Most Productive And Beautiful District', Hamilton Spectator, 20 July 1957; 'Visitors Impressed With Possibilities of Tower Hill', 'Another Chance for Tower Hill', Koroit Sentinel, 3 August 1957; Dewar Goode, 'Latrobe Valley Sewer Channel', letter, Age, 13 September 1957; Dewar Goode, 'Beauty with Productivity - the Dandenong Ranges', Age, 6 August 1957; 'New Water Basin Progressing Slowly', Coleraine Albion, 7 November 1957; Letters to the Age: J.A. Roberts, 'Soil Erosion in the Snowy', John Patterson, 'An Inquiry into Flooding', 16 August 1957; W.H. Spooner, 'Report on Soil Erosion', 15 August 1957; F. Coleman, 'Melbourne's Water Supply', 31 ? 1957; R.G. Casey, 'An Island Mystery', 5 July 1957; R.G. Casey, 'Material for Biography', 24 July 1957; Howard Jarman, 'Disruption of Native Birds', 10 July 1957; W. Roy Wheeler, 'Bird Lovers' Deep Concern', 6 July 1957; P.C. Brown, 'Residents of Dandenongs', J. Want, 'Let People Vote on Trees', Kenneth Bell, 'The Road to the Shrine', 23 July 1957; L. McAlinden, 'RSL and Shrine Trees', F.A. Pitt, 'National Park', 24 July 1957; C.J. Augustine, 'New Plan for Sherbrooke', 25 July 1957; M. Campbell, 'Tree Cutting in the Hills', 27 July 1957; Winifred Wandell, 'Trees on the Peninsula', August 1957; V. Rasmussen, 'Other Areas to Plant Pines', Rennie Simmons, 'Bulldozers and Lyre Birds', 5 July 1957; Edna Walling, 'Pine Planting in Victoria', W. B. Field, 'Dandenongs as National Park', 11 July 1957; E.H. Coghill, 'The Future of Sherbrooke', 15 July 1957; Elizabeth Campbell, 'Preservation of Sherbrooke', 16 July 1957; Dewar Goode: manuscript paper, 'Position in respect to proposed National Parks in Western Victoria', 28 June 1957; part of manuscript paper re Provisional Committee dealing with National Parks, 1956; draft letters to unidentified persons, re erosion; manuscript notes re Western Victoria, 25 June 1957; article, 'Water Is Everybody's Business - Particularly In Our High Mountain Catchment', 10 August 1957.State Development Committee, 14 November 1957, re 'Watershed Timber Resources': Evidence tendered by MMBW Chairman, R.E. Trickey; Transcript of Proceedings'.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1956 - 1958    Quantity 1.6 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00123 Box Number 24 Series 4
GOOD00124 1956 (La Trobe Library File)

Press clippings (some photocopies): 'South-West Rivers Are Carrying Away A Basic Asset', Toowoomba Herald, 27 January 1956; 'Flood Control - Highland Farmers' Vital Part', NSW Producer, 29 March 1956; Dewar Goode, 'National Assets In Park Reserves', Age, 12 April 1956; Dewar Goode, 'Destruction of catchment by erosion means sooner, later destruction of dams', Australian Producer, 10 May 1956; Dewar Goode, 'Importance of Good Drainage', Parts 1-3, Victorian Producer, 10-24 May 1956; 'Check your Fire Extinguishers', Victorian Producer, 17 May 1956; Dewar Goode, 'Conservation League's fourth annual meeting', Australian Producer, 10 May 1956; 'National Parks', Australian Producer, 15 March 1956; Dewar Goode, 'Serious Erosion Threat to Vital Snowy Scheme', NSW Producer, 24 May 1956; 'Many decisions made by Land Use Committee', Australian Producer, 14 June 1956; Dewar Goode, 'A Water Policy is Needed for Australia', Chronicle, 28 June 1956; 'One-river, One-plan is urgent', NSW Producer, 7 June 1956; 'Land losses are mounting', Victorian Producer, 12 July 1956; 'Water resources plan presented', Victorian Producer, 14 June 1956; 'Full Flood Control Plan Urged', Canberra Times, 8 August 1956; 'Complete flood plan needed', NSW National News Broadcasts, 8 August 1956; Dewar Goode, 'Planning to Stop Floods', letter, Age, 14 August 1956 (another copy, labelled Argus); John Hetherington, 'Collins Street Calling', Age, 8 August 1956; 'Rainfall Chart', Adelaide?, to July 1955; 'National Policy on Floods Proposed', 'Flood's Tremendous Reach', unlabelled; I.L. Waight, 'A Permanent Water Control Plan for Australia', letter, Age, 16 August 1956; 'From the Secretary's Desk', Victorian Producer?, 2 August 1956; 'District Conservationist Is Seeking Better Deal For Trees', Hamilton Spectator, 30 August 1956; 'CRB Land Use 'Horrifies' Head', Melbourne Herald, 11 July 1956; 'Could Corangamite break into Barwon?', unlabelled; 'Lake Corangamite reclamation Project - Result of Poll...', Herald , 7 August 1956; 'Voting on Corangamite Drainage Scheme', Colac Herald, 14 August 1956; 'Series Of Articles In Search Of An Answer - Problem Of The Murray', Advertiser, 11-13 September 1956; 'After the Floods', Editorial, Dewar Goode, 'New Authority Needed For River Basin', Advertiser, 14 September 1956; 'Limiting Factor Is Water Supply', Dewar Goode, 'Controlling our water resources - National Water Resources Plan', Australian Producer, 4 October 1956; 'Man As The Maker Of Deserts', Age, 15 September 1956; Dewar Goode, 'Use of the flood plain in flood mitigation', Producer, 10 October 1956; 'APPU Water Plan', Australian Producer, 22 November 1956; Dewar Goode, 'Controlling Run-off from Catchment Area', Australian Producer, 11 October 1956; Dewar Goode, 'Is worst flood just around the corner?', Australian Producer, 25 October 1956; Dewar Goode, 'Highland farmers' part in river basin planning', Australian Producer, 28 February 1955; Dewar Goode, 'River Board Legislation', Australian Producer, 7 March 1957; 'in Desert Lands', Age, 25 October 1956; 'APPU Committee Sums Up Water Plan', NSW Producer, 30 November 1956; 'Yesterday's District Tour Revealed Problems For Experts', ?, October/November? 1956; 'National Picture Sought - Whole Programme', NSW Producer, 30 November 1956; Dewar Goode, 'Controlling run-off from catchment area', Australian Producer, 11 October 1956; 'Bold Water Plan for Australia', Australian Producer, 22 November 1956; 'Corangamite talks plan', Victorian Producer, 6 December 1956; 'Levees, Dams Alone Won't Stop Floodings', NSW Producer, 6 December 1956; Dewar Goode, 'New bill `progressive'', Hamilton Spectator, ? December 1956; '446,000 Scheme to drain Waters of Lake Corangamite', Age, 12 December 1956; S.W. Carson, 'Plan Supported', letter, Age?, undated. Correspondence: P. Ryan, M.C. Downes, E.J. Donath, W.J. Mibus, L.A. Brumby, G. Vernon Lawrence, H. Plumbridge, C.K. Jacka to Dewar Goode; Dewar Goode, J.A. Roberts and Henry Bolte, A.J. Fraser (including drafts) re Natural resources Conference with attached notes and drafts of article by Goode, re Natural Resources, Conservation; Winifred Waddell and Dewar Goode re Native Plants Preservation Society of Victoria with attached pamphlets; Dewar Goode and I.L. Waight re Water Resources; Max Mueller to Dewar Goode, annotated by Goode 1990; Iris L. Waight to Editors, Border Morning Mail, Sydney Morning Herald, and APPU Federal Council; A.B. Costin to Iris L. Waight; Iris L. Waight and W. Hudson; Dewar Goode to Ryan (Minister of Agriculture); Dewar Goode, draft letters to the Editor Age, unidentified, W.J. Mibus, Clive Stoneham, Ray Polkingham, the Editor Leader, A.J. Fraser; Dewar Goode and Len Riches; Copies of letters to Iris L. Waight (Secretary APPU) re Water Resources Plan from: William McMahon (Minister for Primary Industry), F.S. Roper (Premier's Department, Sydney); R.W. Swartz (Ministry of Trade); H.B. Mavay (Ministry for Conservation, Sydney); R.M. May (Premier's Department, Perth); Kent Wilson (with reply from I.L. Waight); John Hetherington; Peter Macgregor. Dewar Goode for the APPU: 'Water and Development', 27 March 1956; Submissions by Land Use Committee, 'Development and Conservation of National Resources in Australia', 14 April 1956, 'A Water Resources Plan for Australia', 19 April 1956; Report to the Land Use Committee, April 1955; 'Land Use Report', 1956?; 'Report of Chairman of Federal Land Use Committee', 4 May 1956; 'Principles for a National Water Policy', 4 May 1956; 'Darling River', 26 May 1956; manuscript and final drafts of report, 'SA visit 18th, 19th and 20th June 1956', 25 June 1956.APPU documents: Agenda Item 6 from Meeting 14 May 1956; extracts from News Report, 17 March 1956, Sir Earle Page, House of Representatives 3 May 1956, from 'A Water Policy for the American People', December 1950, made May 1956; Federal Office News, Iris L. Waight, 18 May 1956; Minutes of Land Use Committee Meetings, 25 February 1957, 14 November 1956; 'Principles for a National Water Policy', July 1956.Dewar Goode: manuscript notes for 'Farm Trees', ABC broadcast mid 1950s; manuscript reports and notes re Water Resources Policy, June 1956; manuscript reports, 'The River Darling - an illustration!', 26 June 1956, 'Use of the Flood Plains in Flood Mitigation', 23 August 1956; unlabelled manuscript drafts re River Murray, flood control; typescript paper 'Natural resources - Conservation', concerned with Conservation Conference, September 1956; Extracts: C.E. Isaac, President's Letter, 'National Parks', from Conservation News, February 1956; G.H. Burvill, 'Soil Conservation in Western Australia', from Country Hour Journal, April 1956; A.J. Plumbridge, 'Raising Native Shrubs and Trees from Seed, Journal of Agriculture, Victoria, September 1956; A. Nelson Johnson, 'How to Control Variegated Thistle', Permewan's Review, August 1956; J.B. Williams, 'Ferdinand von Mueller', Australian Journal of Science, October 1956; A.J. Plumbridge, 'Propagation by Hardwood Cuttings', Journal of Agriculture, Victoria, June 1956.CSIRO: Forest Products Newsletter, No.231, June 1957.Native Plants Preservation Society of Victoria: Annual Report, July 1956.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1950 - 1990    Quantity 1.8 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00124 Box Number 24 Series 4
GOOD00125 1957 (La Trobe Library File)

Press clippings (some photocopies): 'Critical Year In Catchment', Chronicle, 23 May 1957; Dewar Goode, 'Now Is The Time To Prepare Against Drought', Age, 19 June 1957; Dewar Goode, 'Annual meeting of NRC League', 'A Closed Eye to Erosion', letter, ?, 19 June 1957; 'Criterion for land use 'should be capabilities'', Victoria Producer, 11 July 1957; Dewar Goode, 'Land Utilisation in Victoria', Victoria Producer, 27 July 1957; 'Legislation necessary', unlabelled, Victoria Producer?; 'Victorian Plan - Crown Land for Farmers' Sons', NSW Producer, 16 July 1957; Dewar Goode, 'Western Region could be Australia's most Productive and Beautiful District', Coleraine Albion, 25 July 1957; Dewar Goode, 'Separate Reservoirs Needed for Future Development, Says Correspondent', Coleraine Albion, 5 September 1957; 'Disaster Could Follow Neglect of Water Catchments', Weekly Times, 14 August 1957; Dewar Goode, 'Grazing in Snowy Area', letter, Age, 25 October 1957; 'Removal of Timber Threat to Water Says Board Chief', Age, 29 October 1957, annotated by Goode and R. Yeoman; 'Erosion in Alpine Areas', letter, Age, 18 November 1957.Australian Producer: Dewar Goode, 'A New Approach To Our Road Problems', 31 January 1957; Dewar Goode, 'River Board Legislation', 7 March 1957; Dewar Goode, 'River Board legislation has permissive clauses', 14 March 1957; R.G. Thomas, 'Problems of Wheat Belt Erosion Control', 'Conservation and land development', 28 March 1957; Dewar Goode, 'Prospects of Land Development in Victoria', 23 May 1957 (two articles); 'Deterioration' of Catchment', Dewar Goode, 'Drought Unless Rain Comes To Some Areas', letter, 13 June 1957; John A. Sporle, 'Conservation commended', letter, ? June 1957; Dewar Goode, 'Timber's place in any conservation planning', 1 August 1957; Dewar Goode, 'Bulldozers beserk - and roads suffer', 3 October 1957; 'Drainage Worry Near Bangholme', Dewar Goode, 'Drainage problem at Carrum similar to Latrobe Valley's', letter , with reply from W.J. Mibus (Minister of Water Supply) also printed, 10 October 1957; Dewar Goode, 'Union Calls for New Plan on River Murray', 7 November 1957; 'Mountain grazing', 2 November 1957; S.J. Braithwaite, 'Snowy Mts. decision applauded', 5 November 1957; Hamilton Spectator: Dewar Goode, 'Problems of River Basin Planning, Land Usage and River Improvement and Land Drainage Bill Discussed', 14 March 1957; Dewar Goode, 'Land Utilisation Points by West. District Authority', 'Some Broad Aspects of Land Development - and Anomalies', 'Mr. Dewar Goode Discusses More Aspects of Land Utilisation', 25 May, 1 June, 8 June 1957; '`Ghastly Scheme' to Open Up Cherrypool Area', 19 July 1958; 'Cherrypool Land is Not All Suited to Agricultural Purposes', 26 June 1958; Dewar Goode, 'Soil Conservation and Erosion - Valuable Lessons to be Learned by Examining Earlier Mistakes', 25 July 1957; Dewar Goode, 'That Ballarat Road', letter, 22 October 1957.Advertiser: Dewar Goode, 'Conserving Soil In Catchment Areas', 27 March 1957; Personal column, 21 May 1957 announcing Dewar Goode's appointment to NTA/Vic; Dewar Goode, 'Plan Urged to Save Catchments', 'Protecting Snowy Catchments', 10 July 1957; 'Safeguarding Snowy Water', editorial, Dewar Goode, 'SA and Snowy - Control of Catchment', letter, 22 October 1957; 'SA Writ Delay', 23 October 1957; Dewar Goode, 'Catchment Areas - Restoration in Alps', letter, 30 October 1957.Correspondence: J.S. Turner, A.J. Jarvis, L.R. East, V.C. Treyvaud, C.K. Jacka, D.D. [Don. Williams, William Adams Tractors Pty. Ltd., W.J. Mibus (Minister of Water Supply), K.R. Davidson to Dewar Goode; Dewar Goode to ? Vores, G.T. Thompson, Secretary of State Development Committee (G. Lowe), Jack McDonald; Dewar Goode and V.C. Treyvaud (MMBW); Winifred Waddell to Dewar Goode for Native Plants Preservation Society of Victoria, with attached Annual Report, July 1957.Extract: Dewar Goode, 'Problems of the Snowy Mountain Catchments', from NRCL's Conservation News, February 1957.Dewar Goode; manuscript and final draft 'History of Forestry', 2 July 1957; statement on 'Utilisation of Buffer Area Timber', 2 July 1957; manuscript notes and paper, 'Timber'; manuscript draft of article, 'Dandenongs', with covering letters between Dewar Goode and A.O. Lawrence; manuscript and typescript transcript of ABC tape recording at 'Brim Brim', 16 July 1957 re land use. APPU documents: E.D. Mills, circular, 'Matters to be considered at Federal Land Use Meeting, August 1957'; Minutes from Federal Land Use Committee Meeting, 25 October 1957; pp13-16, Federal Conference Minutes, 1957; Land Use Committee, Commonwealth - States Land Settlement Policy', 1959; Transcript: William Van Dersal, ABC 'Guest of Honour' Broadcast, 10 May 1957.Reprint: 'A Report on the Condition of the High Mountain Catchments of NSW and Victoria', AAS, May 1957 (reprinted February 1958).Report: ANZAAS and IFA Excursion, 20 August 1955, 'Wallaby Creek Catchment Area of MMBW - Eucalypt Plantations'. Central Planning Authority, Melbourne: Planning Bulletin, Vol. 11 No.6, August 1957.NRCL: Conservation News, February 1957.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1955 - 1959    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00125 Box Number 24 Series 4
GOOD00126 1958-1959

Press clippings: 'Parks', SA Motor, June/July 1959; '40 Million Plan For British Guiana', Chronicle, 5 June 1958; 'Fight to Check Our Weeds - Bad as rabbit menace', Herald, 15 February 1958; Unlabelled: 'Aerial Survey For 6m. Channel Plan', 'Irrigation Area Will Contain 1075 Farms'; 'New Bill to Control Subdivided land Sales'; 'Research On World Land Use', 'Drought in Five Years, Federal Minister Tells'; Graeme Brooks, 'Many Hay Making Ideas Are Upset By Recent Experiments'; Colin Willman, 'No Action on Report'.Advertiser: 'Second Murray Pipeline', 3 February 1959; 'Water Supply. Projects', 3 October 1958; 'The Importance of Water', editorial, 30 December 1959; '50m. Gall. of River Water Daily', 20 June 1959; '5m. SA Plan to Store Water', 22 October 1959; 'More Recreational Areas Urged', 'Murray Salinity Problem', 12 October 1959; 'Volunteers Battle to Save Hills Houses', 3 February 1959; Peter Finn, 'Ambitious Project To Boost North', 9 June 1959; G.B. Ragless and R. Schodde, 'Bird May Be Pest - Information Sought', letter, 1 February 1958.Advertiser?: 'Water Plans Well Laid', 21 October 1959; 'Water Use Restricted In North', 23 October 1959.Age: H.W. Adeney, 'Latrobe Valley Open Sewer', letter, 17 September 1957; 'Murray Was Not Cause of Epidemic', 7 June 1957?; Malcolm M. McColl, 'Spoiling a Fine Ski Run', letter, 10 September 1959; 'Ski Run at Mt. Hotham', letter, 11 September 1959; K.W. Twomey, 'Pioneers of Mt. Hotham', letter, September 1959?; 'New Agreement Gives Victoria More Snowy Water', 20 August 1957; 'New Scenic Road to Open Soon', 21 October 1959.Producer: 'Bigger market for Australian wines', 'Big stock feed source in algae', 14 May 1958; 'New Sand-Dust Roads In Western Australia', 24 June 1959.Hamilton Spectator: 'Hamilton Could be Centre of Thriving Tourist Industry', 9 December 1958; 'Wanted to Sell Bochara Parish Reserve Road', 8 February 1958; 'Hamilton - Wake Up to Chance of Development in `Tourism'', 1 February 1958; 'Conservation Expert Says Hamilton District Organisation is Urgent Now', 22 May 1958; '93,000 Region Tourist Plan', 'W. Victorian Tourist Attractions Unlimited, Say Councils', 11 December 1958.Correspondence (some manuscript drafts and copies): Dewar Goode to Secretary for Lands, Henry Bolte (with attached notes re drought mitigation), ? McKeon, John Crawford, Editor Producer, F. Macfarlane Burnet, Editor Age, Noel Goss (transcribed 1981), Dundas Shire President, Australian Broadcasting Commission; Hugh Stewart, John Goode, E?. M. Jackson, G.B. Ebbs (with attached calculations for gully block at Brim Brim), Allan K. Callaghan, R.W. Robins, K.S. McIntosh, R. Douglas Wright, R.G. Robertson, Director Water Research Foundation of Australia Ltd., Gwen Smith, C.E. Jacka, L. Smith, C.W. Bourlay?, A.J. Fraser, A.J. Swaby?, Noel Learmouth, Bob ?, Edmund D. Gill, C.R. Forden, H.B. Slancy?, Max Watson, J.B. Hansen, J.E. Gibbs, Cliff G. Cahill, F. Penman (with list of references, publications on soil) to Dewar Goode; Dewar Goode and P. Ryan (Director of Agriculture), C.H. [Charles. Hammond, M.W. Oakley, A. Dunbavin Butcher, H.C.H. [Claude. Watson, V. Wharton (Shire of Wannon); P. Ryan to Keith Woodroffe; Keith Turnbull to A.J. Fraser; Copies of letter from Eric Lang to A.E. Wilkie re private afforestation with attached notes by Dewar Goode; C.E. Isaac and Dewar Goode, including suggestions on appointment of Regional Committee of the Save The Forests Campaign; Chas. F. Jewell, W.E. Lyford to A.E. Wilkie; Betty Phillips to Beth and Dewar Goode; H.F. Donald, M.J. Harkins, W.F. Thomas to Dewar Goode with notes and reply to H.F. Donald by Dewar Goode re Tourist Bureau in Hamilton. APPU copies of letters to I.L. Waight from: W. McMahon (Minister for Primary Industry); R.G. Casey (Minister-in-Charge CSIRO); A.R. Downer (Minister for Immigration); Arthur Fadden (Treasurer); W.H. Spooner (Minister for National Development); William Upjohn to Dewar Goode and Manager, Mutual Life Assurance Society re Goode's state of health, 1959.APPU documents: Address to Federal Council by J.G. Crawford, 29 October 1958; Address to Federal Land Use Committee by Mr. Wymond, 4 August 1958; Federal Council extracts, 27 February 1958; Land Use Committee, 'Commonwealth - States Land Settlement Policy', 3 June 1959; I.L. Waight, 'Report on Discussions with Departmental Officials in Canberra re Drought Mitigation...', June 1958?; preamble of report by Dewar Goode re Alice Springs Area, 9 September 1958.Dewar Goode: manuscript reports on Drought, 3 July, 12 June 1957; typescript reports, 'National Parks (NP), Nature Conservation (NC) and Access to the Countryside (AC)', 14 March 1959, 'Alpine National Park in Victoria', 20 May 1959; manuscript and final drafts, 'Statement of Policy - Land Settlement', 25 July 1957; manuscript drafts and notes on drought mitigation; annotated typescript article, 'Water - Australia's Most Valuable Resource', 31 January 1959; manuscript notes and report, 'Hamilton Field Naturalists Club'; manuscript draft, 'Nature Conservancy'; article, 'Soil Essentials and Good Health', revised by Arthur Hyland. CSIRO: Forests Products Newsletter, No.245, September 1958.Reports: Canadian Valley Development Authorities, 'The Development of Conservation Authorities in Southern Ontario', address by H.S. Hay, 2 July 1958.Extracts: River Murray Waters Bill, moved by W.J. Mibus, 30 September 1958, Assembly (Hansard); 'The Australian Tourist Trade' from National Bank of Australasia Ltd. Monthly Summary of Australian Conditions, 1959?; R.L. Crivelli, 'Capital Requirements for Nuclear Power', National Bank of Australasia Ltd. Monthly Summary of Australian Conditions, 12 September 1958; Mr. Fairbairn on drought mitigation, Representatives (Hansard), 24 October 1957.Shire of Wannon Country Fire Authority Fire Prevention Competition 1959-1960, Brim Brim Score Sheet.Native Plants Preservation Society of Victoria: Annual report, July 1958.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1957 - 1960    Quantity 2.3 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00126 Box Number 24 Series 4
GOOD00127 1958

Press clippings: 'About 300 at Glenelg District Soil Competition Trophy Day', unlabelled, Hamilton Spectator?; 'New implement increases water absorption', Weekly Times and Producer, 1958; Dewar Goode, 'Grazing On Kosciusko', letter, Age, 2 June 1958; Dewar Goode, 'Flood Control Now a dual problem', Coleraine Albion, 25 September 1958.Hamilton Spectator: 'Hamilton - Wake Up to Chance of Development in `Tourism'', 1 February 1958; 'Touring English Farmer Drops in at Hamilton', 22 February 1958; Dewar Goode, 'Soil Utilisation Authority's Views on Supplementary Irrigation', 15 February 1958; 'Committee of Seven for Glenelg Soil Problems', 10 May 1958; Dewar Goode, 'Conservation of Natural Resources Pressing Problem, Says Expert', 27 May 1958; 'Conservation is Watchword of New Hamilton Group', 31 May 1958; , Dewar Goode, 'National Parks', 8 April 1958; 'Field Naturalists Move Off to Fine Start', 21 June 1958; 'Agriculture Holds Key - Mr. Goode', 24 June 1958; 'Is `Mixed' Water the Answer?', 5 July 1958; 'Forest Parks and Reserve Plan is Scenic Development Boost', 10 July 1958; Dewar Goode, 'Can Hamilton Follow Adelaide's Lead in Solving Water Problem?', 24 July 1958; Dewar Goode, 'Room in Our Catchments for Both Native Trees and Pines', 31 March 1960; 'Nature Reserve On 1100 Acres In Mount Richmond Area?', 16 August 1955; 'National Park Idea for Grampians?', 25 October 1958; 'National Parks Can Play Important Roles', 19 June 1959.Advertiser: Dewar Goode, 'Plea To Preserve Natural Beauty', 30 January 1958; 'Huge Imports of Timber possible', 1 September 1958; Dewar Goode, 'New Methods Of Bushfire Control', 20 November 1958; H. McGrath, 'Green Fire Breaks Advocated', letter, 24 November 1958.Australian Producer: 'Water - The Real Key To Our Progress', 13 February 1958; 'UK farmer on Victorian Tour', 20 February 1958; P.R. Rogers, 'High Price Worst Thing That Ever Happened in Wool Industry', letter, 22 May 1958; Dewar Goode, 'I Still Have Faith in our Wool on Open Markets', 8 May 1958; Dewar Goode, 'Drought Mitigation', 28 July 1958; Dewar Goode, 'Soil conservation is everybody's business', 16 October 1956. Correspondence: Dewar Goode to the Editor Advertiser, Henry Bolte, Ray Brown; A.J. McIntyre, W. King, C.C. Wicks, E. Chapple, Jack Fitzgerald, I.L. Waight, R.J.F. Boxer, G.T. Thompson to Dewar Goode; Bob Redding to J. Butterworth; Dewar Goode and E. Wetherell (Minister for Conservation), L.P. Yeatman (Department of Health), C.E. Jacka, A.O. Lawrence, Vernon Christie; E. Brown to K.R. Davidson; L.H. Smith to Noel F. Learmonth; W.H. Spooner (Minister for National Development) and E.S. Clayton to I.L. Waight (copies for APPU). Dewar Goode: statement on 'Land Settlement', 18 March 1958; manuscript, 'Nature Conservancy', 16 May 1958; manuscript notes re Cape Bridgewater, Cape Nelson; Report to the NPA on Buffalo National Park, 20 August 1958; manuscript segment of report, 'Mt. Richmond Nat. Park', 29 January 1960; manuscript report on the role of trees in agriculture, 30 November 1958; manuscript notes for interview, Paul Brown, 3WV, Horsham; manuscript notes, 'As discussed with Premier, H. Bolte', undated. APPU documents: Federal Council, 'History, Charter, and Policies of Federal Land Use Committee',12 May 1958; Minutes of Sixth Annual Federal Conference, pp15-16; 'Policy Additions - Federal Land Use Committee', 12 May 1958; Committee Resolutions, 1 August 1960; I.L. Waight, 'News From Canberra', 9 September 1958; 'Views of the SCA of Victoria on APPU National Drought Reserve Plan', 5 November 1958; Federal Conference Minutes 1958, pp33-36; E.J. Breakwell, 'Water Harvesting and Keyline: An Analysis', 8 August 1956.Extracts: from Soil Conservation, May 1958; 'Maitland', from NSW Producer, 28 July 1958.Casterton Rotary Club: Bulletin, 16 October 1958, with note from Lou Hayward to Dewar Goode.Report: from Portland Conference of RAOU (Royal Australasian Ornithologists Union), 22 October to 2 November 1958.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1955 - 1960    Quantity 1.6 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00127 Box Number 25 Series 4
GOOD00128 1959

Press clippings: Dewar Goode, 'Coastline in SE Seen As SA's `Gold Coast'', Advertiser, 2 June 1959; Dewar Goode, 'Soil Conservation Authority Films', Coleraine Albion, 9 October 1958; 'Warning On Dangers Of Erosion', Canberra Times, 29 October 1959; Dewar Goode, 'Water and Power from the Snowy Depend on Conservation', Chronicle, 12 November 1959; 'Edenhope High School Column', Kowree Advocate, 24 November 1959.Age: Dewar Goode, 'War Against the Rabbit', letter, 6 February 1959; 'Melbourne Outgrows its Master Plan', Editorial, 11 August 1959; Dewar Goode, 'Preserving Parklands', 17 August 1959; 'Move to Defer Master Plan Change Lost', 12 August 1959; 'Erosion Control Can Save Huge Areas Says Farm official', 11 November 1959; Dewar Goode, 'Farming is a Business', letter, 22 July 1959; 'Erosion Control Can Save Huge Areas, Says Farm Official', 11 November 1959.Hamilton Spectator: details of E.J. Bond's water licence, Heywood, 14 May 1959; Dewar Goode, 'Timber is not just a nuisance', 8 August 1959; Dewar Goode, 'Here's a way to develop - pine forests hold the key', 13 August 1959; 'National Parks Authority to be here Monday', 16 July 1959; Dewar Goode, 'Crosbie Morrison Appeal Made', letter, 21 July 1959; 'They heard the Voice of the Lyrebird!', 21 July 1959; Dewar Goode, 'Water Could Limit Our Industries', 15 August 1959; Dewar Goode, 'Room in Our Catchments for Both Native Trees and Pines', 31 March 1960; 'National Park Idea for Grampians', 25 October 1958.Correspondence: Dewar Goode and Noel Goss, C.E. Clements, Jack Fitzgerald, G.L. Wood, Charles [Chas. Rousseau; Dewar Goode to Dr. McIntosh, Editor Age, ? Henry (Portland Town Clerk); F.M. Burnet to Dewar Goode, annotated by Dewar Goode; C.E. Isaac, H.E. Bolte, Jack Patterson, Clive Turnbull (Minister for Lands), B.H. Baykett to Dewar Goode; copy of memorandum to NPA members from L.H. Smith and letter to Director, NPA from A.D. Harvey; draft of letter from Dewar Goode to unidentified person; Dewar Goode: manuscript notes re access to 'geological, historic and scientific monuments', NPA, basis of discussion with Premier H.E. Bolte; typescript report, 'Land Use Committee Meeting, February 1959; manuscript report, 'Recommended action in regard to the article on access to the countryside...', 14 April 1959; manuscript draft for Land Use Committee Annual Report, 1959; typescript report, 'Alpine National Park in Victoria'; manuscript draft of Submission to A.J. Fraser re Alpine development, 3 June 1959; manuscript draft of Land Department Submission re Recreation - Tourism, 15 September 1959; manuscript draft of talk on conservation, December 1959; Press Release: News Item for Press and radio, 'Menindee Lakes Storage Scheme - Progress', E. Wetherell, Minister for Conservation, 15 September 1959.Segments of summary of Buchanan report, 'Traffic in Towns' re urban development and `motorisation', undated. Extract: 'We need more parking sites around our foreshore', from Royal auto, February 1959.AAS Committee on National Parks and Reserves: Victorian Sub-committee notes from meeting, 3 August 1959.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1958 - 1960    Quantity 0.8 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00128 Box Number 25 Series 4
GOOD00129 1960-1962

This item consists of two files of press clippings: Hamilton Spectator: 'Case Against Diversion of the Wannon', 4 June 1960; 'Investigation on River Case Under Way', 7 June 1960; Lloyd Jenkins, 'Wannon Diversion Will Cost Victorian Taxpayers 2m.', 2 June 1960; Lloyd Jenkins, 'We Must Win Battle of River', 31 May 1960; 'River Diversion Opposed By All District', 25 August 1960; 'Future Use For Wannon Water', 20 May 1961; 'Giant Gum tree is Saved from Axe', 13 June 1961; 'District's Old Buildings Need Preservation', 7 June 1962; 'Mount Eccles Trustees v. Vandals', 11 April 1959; 'Kolor Tour Visit', 7 June 1962; 'Fauna's Value', 31 May 1962; 'Compromise on River Forecast', 31 May 1962; 'Fine Old Stables', 18 July 1963; 'Here's a Plan to Discuss', Editorial, 9 December 1958; 'Move To Free Kentbruck Land For Settlement', 15 March 1960; 'District Softwoods Discussions Casterton, Friday', 21 March 1961; 'Sand Sealing Chemical Has Local Value', 18 May 1961 (annotated by Dewar Goode); Dewar Goode, '`Yes' Vote In Oats Ballot Urged', 25 January 1962; 'Farm Costs `Too High'', 2 June 1962.Advertiser: 'SE Water Plan To Cost 3.7m., Advertiser, 17 November 1960; 'Canberra `Cold' On Renmark Plan - Enquiry on New Dam Project', 20 January 1961; 'Fresh Attack on Water Problem', 'A Plan for the Wool Industry', Editorials, 'Lake `Not Suitable for Speed'', 20 January 1961; '9m. Plan for Dam on Murray', 3 March 1960; 'Enquiry on Dam Plan', 28 June 1960.Age: 'Yarra Trust Urged to Protect Valley', 2 July 1962; 'Clydesdales Still Speed the Plough', 22 April 1961; J.S. Turner, 'Preserving Open Space', 27 August 1962; Newman Rosenthal, 'Producing More Food For More People', 17 October 1962; 'Inquiry urged Into Settlement Scheme', 18 May 1961; 'Committee to Present Case Against Wannon Diversion', Coleraine Albion, 9 June 1960; Noel Hawken, 'Quiet flows the Yarra', Herald, 17 June 1967; 'Trust Probe on Pollution', Heidelberger, 17 May 1967; 'Pipeline Plans', Chronicle, July 1961; 'Irrigation Project Receives Set Back', Chronicle, 8 June 1961; 'Elwood Battle to Retain Park Land', Sun, 3 May 1961; 'Grow Only Wheat OK'd By Department', Australian Producer, 20 April 1961; G.V. Price, 'The Barwon Valley Authority', unlabelled (Geelong Advertiser?); 'Wilkin's Area Controversy - Criticism of fishing, shooting plans', Casterton News, 8 February 1962; 'Farm Costs 'Too High'', Coleraine Albion, 7 June 1962; 'Grave Doubts Cast on `Closer Settlement'', Chronicle, 21 June 1962; Correspondence: Dewar Goode to ? McDonald, ? Humphreys, H. Bolte, C.E. Issac, John Dillan, A.G. Enticknap, David Gray, ? Trickey, W.H. Spooner; W.J.F. McDonald, Joseph B. Neal, Norman W., James F.K. McNabb, Shire Secretary of Woorayl, Chas. U. Alsey, J.? Adamson, Lloyd [Jenkins., B. Bath, R.S. Payne, K.R. Davidson, A.H, Chappell, John McDonald, Alec Costin, N.S. Ladkin, R. Pitman Hooper, K.A. Gordon, R.A. Horsfall, John Landy, T.R.N. Lothian, R.G. Downes, H.E. Dadswell, Colin M. McDonald, Keith MacKinnon, John McMahon, J O'Meara?, Vernon Lawrence, L.E. Chaiken, Bill Nevill, John Sandow, Marigold Paine to Dewar Goode; Dewar Goode and H.C. Nicholls, A.J. Fraser, E.M. [Ernest. Jackson, George V. Price, J.D. Clifford, W.H. Spooner (with Goode's CV attached), H.A. Anderson; Dewar Goode and Chairman, Parliament of SA Public Works Standing Committee; Dewar Goode to A.C.B. Maiden re 'Agro-Economic Trends or Outlook', with attached list of other recipients of copies; letters between Dewar Goode and Clive P. Stoneham, L.H.S. Thompson re Pine plantations with attached FCV report, 'Diseases Affecting Pines and Cypress in Victoria', March 1961; Copies of letters: Rodney Davidson and A.T. Aanensen, J.L. Johnson, R.E. Darling; Rodney Davidson to M.B. Watson; H.T. Jones to Rodney Davidson; Dewar Goode to Alf [A.O.. Lawrence with attached press clipping, 'New Forest', Hamilton Spectator, 18 September 1962.Reports: 'Water Pollution', undated report on Yarra pollution; UNESCO, 'Recommendations Concerning the Safeguarding of the Beauty and Character of Landscapes and Sites', 11 December 1962; 'Draft of a Letter to Selected Members of the NRCL re Conservation Week', annotated (and written?) by Dewar Goode, undated. Dewar Goode: 'Bickleigh Vale', quotes from Colin Buchanan, 1988; memorandum to `Administrator', NTA/Vic re Yarra River Pollution; manuscript notes, 'SA's Water'; manuscript notes, 'On Tower Hill', 1960; draft, 'Notes for a 1960's broadcast ABC?', undated; typescript statement, 'Role of Primary Industry in the Event of War', 5 April 1965; manuscript notes, 'Corangamite', 10 October 1960, 24 October 1962; statement on 'Irrigation and Drainage', 20 November 1960; manuscript notes re Rural Land policy, undated. Dewar Goode: manuscript, on National Water Resources Policy, 13 August 1986; manuscript and typescript drafts, Submissions to the Underground Water Resources Inquiry, 24 January 1962; manuscript re Water Resources, 15 September 1959; part of manuscript on tree planting, 12 October 1962; 'A Plea for an Alpine National Park', c1961-62; typescript drafts, 'Nature Conservation and Access to the Countryside', 6 April 1961; manuscript re Land development, undated; 'Lake Corangamite Drainage - Comments...', 17 September 1962; section of typescript and manuscript drafts, 'Forests', undated; 'Tree Culture in South Australia 1870 - There is Nothing Now in the Conception of Farm Woodlots', 12 October 1962.Extracts: 'Massive Land Transfers Threaten Arid Lands', ACF Newsletter, May 1982; 'ACF Soils Backgrounder', ACF Newsletter, ? 1982; 'River Yarra Pollution', National Trust Council Minutes, 4 September 1967; extract from Garryowen, Vol.1, undated; 'Inflated Estates Causing Farmers Concern', reprinted from Goulburn Valley Stock & Property Journal, 23 August 1960; 'The Harvesting of Water', from BHP Review, February 1960; Mr. Mibus re Lake Corangamite from Assembly (Hansard), 27 September 1960; Map: Hamilton Waterworks Trust, Grampians Supply Catchments, Offtakes and Pipelines, 1960.Transcripts: of evidence given before Parliamentary Public Works Committee, 'Wimmera River Water Storage', 14 April 1960 and 9 November 1960 (evidence by Dewar Goode). State Development Committee Underground Water Resources: Transcript of Proceedings, Tenth Day, 5 March 1962, containing evidence given by Dewar Goode. APPU documents: I.L. Waight, 'The European Economic Community - Notes for Information', 1 August 1961; Federal Land Use Committee, 'Statement of Policy', undated; Dewar Goode, 'Rising Cost Structure and Land Use', for Land Use Committee Meeting on 9 May 1961.Snowy Mountains Project: list of those attending Co-ordination Conference, 5 October 1960; Federal Conference Minutes 1961, pp11-12; Federal Land Use Committee statement of Policies, 8 May 1962; Federal Council, copies of letters to Iris L. Waight - W.H. Spooner (Minister for National Development) re high water catchment areas, Paul Hasluck (Minister for Territories) re rabbit breeding, copies of Press Statements, C.F. Aderman (Minister for Primary industry), 'Recommendations for Central Wool Authority', J. McEwan (Minister for Trade), 'Common Market Effects on Rural Industries', J.L. Shute (Australian Meat Board), 'EEC Danger to Australia's Meat Markets', July 1962; revised Minutes, p5, Land Use Committee Meeting, 27 August 1962; Statements for Press and Radio: A.G. Enticknap (Minister for Conservation), 'Helicopter Lift for Alpine Soil Conservation', 4 January 1961; E.S. Clayton, 'Condition of the Snowy Mountain Area following the removal of stock', 20 April 1960.Australian Fauna Authorities Conference: 'Resolutions', September 1962.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1958 - 1962, 1958-1969, 1982-1988    Quantity 4.5 cm, 2 files
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00129 Box Number 25 Series 4
GOOD00130 1960

Correspondence: G.T. Thompson, A.J. Fraser, M.J. Harkins, W.G. Cozens, D.V. Darwin, M. Porter, J.S. Turner, J.F. Amos and Dewar Goode; Chas [Charles Rousseau., J. Ros Garnet, A.P. Mitchell, Athur Tidd, W.J. Mibus, Roberts Dunstan, R.J. Ennis, C.W. Brazenor, Arthur Hyland, R.E.V. Donaldson to Dewar Goode; Iris L. Waight to J. Ros Garnet; C.A. Kelly to R.J. Heffron; Dewar Goode, manuscript drafts of letters to Charles G?, Sir William ?, ? Morgan, ? Mathieson, Noel Goss. C.E. Clements; E.G. Kneebone to Dewar Goode and H. Bolte. Dewar Goode: manuscript drafts, 'Andersons Inlet', 'Mr Treadwell's Property', 'South Coast National Park'; manuscript draft of Submission to Parliamentary Public Works on the 'Wimmera River Water Storage', 1960; 'Water file', manuscript draft of report on Irrigation; manuscript draft of article for Royalauto Journal, 12 November 1960.Extracts: Dewar Goode, 'Soil Conservation - What Can We Do To Help?', Schuss, January 1960; Glenelg District Soil Conservation Competition, pp12-14 of report by the Judge, C.W. McCracken, showing second prize winner, Dewar Goode's property `Brim Brim', 1960; Mr. Dunstan (Member for Mornington) re Rye Ocean Park Reserve Assembly (Hansard), 23 March 1960, 18 October 1961; Dewar Goode, 'Land Use in Victoria', from Victoria's Resources, Vol.2 No.1, March-May 1960; Town and Country Planning (Amendment) Bill, Assembly (Hansard), 17 May 1960; Dewar Goode, 'Value Of Trees In A Land Use Programme', NRCL (Conservation News?), September-November 1960; Dewar Goode, 'Plan for Our Long term Recreation and Tourism', Royalauto, February 1961.Press clippings: Frank Devine, 'The Motor Car Devours Cities', Advertiser, 2 July 1960; 'There is a great potential in Glenelg River', Casterton News, 12 October 1960; 'Canberra Lake Warning', Sydney Morning Herald, 31 October 1963; 'Expert Says Silt May Fill Lake', Canberra Times, 31 October 1963; Age:'New Knowledge, Old Insights', Editorial, 2 April 1960; Alan Nicholls, 'Cattlemen -Timbermen - Nature Lovers - Interests Divided Over Siting of Alps Park', 2 April 1960; 'Grazing Control on High Plains Suggested to Govt.', 8 June 1960.Hamilton Spectator: 'Entries January 18 for Hanslow Cup', undated; 'Casterton Graziers Win Soil Cup Competition for Glenelg Area', 17 March 1960; 'Wannon Diversion a Big Blow to Development', 19 May 1960 (also in Coleraine Albion, 22 May 1960); Dewar Goode, 'Irrigation Not Just A Myth', 9 June 1960.Australian Producer; 'Erosion decision reached by Land Use Committee', 3 March 1960; Dewar Goode, 'grazing must not damage catchments', 31 March 1960.AAS Committee on National Parks and Reserves, Sub-committee for Victoria: statement by J.S. Turner to members, 31 March 1960.APPU documents: Iris L. Waight, 'News from Federal Office', 18 February 1960.SCA News Statement: 'First Glenelg Soil Cup To Casterton Graziers', 15 March 1960.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1960 - 1963    Quantity 1.5 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00130 Box Number 25 Series 4
GOOD00131 1961

Correspondence: J. McAndrew, Neville Roennfeldt, J.M. Adamson, Norman Wettenhall, Hugh W. Caffrey, Norman A. Wakefield, C.K. Jacka, L.G. Kaleski, Betty Phillips, J.D. O'Sullivan to Dewar Goode; Malcolm Fraser to Dewar Goode with attached Press Release by Fraser, 'Import Licensing and the Composition of Imports', 11 June 1961; copies of letters, A.J. Fraser to T. & J. Bilston re Red Gum on their property, with attached press clipping, 'Giant Gum tree is Saved from Axe', [Coleraine. Albion, 15 June 1961; Dewar Goode to A.J. Fraser, J.M. Hardy, A.G. Rylagh (with replies from his office), L.H. [Len. Smith; R.E.V. Donaldson to L.H. Smith. Dewar Goode: typescript drafts (annotated), 'Nature Conservation and Access to the Countryside', 6 April 1961; 'Rising Cost Structure and Land Use', report to APPU Land Use Committee, 9 May 1961; manuscript notes, 'Areas for Preservation - LPC'; typescript 'Report on trip to Mallacoota and other areas from 9th to 13th June inclusive', 1961.Landscape Preservation Council: document relating to establishment of Sub-committee, address list of members. Certificate of thanks from National Museum of Victoria to Dewar Goode for gift of Bandicoot and Kookaburra, 8 August 1961.Extracts: Dewar Goode, 'Tree farming', 'A farmer loses plantation trees', NRCL (Conservation News?), June- August 1962.Press clipping: 'Member on European Common Market', Coleraine Albion, 24 August 1961.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1961 - 1962    Quantity 0.6 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00131 Box Number 25 Series 4
GOOD00132 1962

Correspondence: Dewar Goode to Petty (Minister for Public Works), Len [Smith., [Noel. Learmouth; Trevor C. Brown, R.J. Thomson, Jim Willis, C.E. Isaac, Ivy Wedgwood, William McMahon to Dewar Goode; I.L. Waight to W.A.T. Summerville; letters between Dewar Goode and Klenner (secretary For Lands) and G.M. Commons (Mt. Rouse Shire) re sale of land in Dunkeld with attached press clipping, 'Reserve Query by Council', Hamilton Spectator, 13 January 1962; A.A. Dawson to R.B. Gerrand; H.J. Russell to J.M. Adamson; Dewar Goode and I.J. O'Donnell including report by W.F. Dyall re Mt. Buffalo Road; Dewar Goode and D.B. Williams, A.G. Enticknap, E.M. [Ernest. Jackson, P.J. Barrington, Ernest Eyers; P.F. Barrington to E.M. Jackson; Dewar Goode, various draft letters to A.C.B. Maiden re Agro-Economic trends. Dewar Goode: manuscript drafts, 'ABC Talk 1962', 'Confidential - Mt. Buffalo N.P.', 10 October 1964; typescript reports, 'Notes on a Visit to Mt. Buffalo National Park', 15 March 1966, 7 January 1968; typescript of unpublished article, 'Fertiliser - The Key to Increased Productivity', 1962; manuscript quote, Royal Commission on Water Supply, 1936; typescript draft, 'Resources Conservation', 19 May 1962; segment of manuscript draft of LPC UNESCO Statement, 18 May 1962; article on Skiing for LPC/NTA, 27 April 1962; report, 'Rural Aid Key To A Healthier Economy', 12 May 1962; typescript draft, 'Resources Conservation', 19 May 1962; statements for NRCL and APPU re Natural Disasters, 1962; report, 'A Plea For An Alpine National Park', c1962; statement for NRCL re Land Use Legislation, 16 June 1962; draft statement for National Trust and LPC, 15 July 1962; draft report for Conference, re rural economy, 6 September 1962; manuscript draft, re roadside conservation, 14 November 1962.NPA Notes on Mt. Buffalo Park: compiled by D.S. Saunders, 22 June 1964; FLUC(APPU): Policy Report, 8 May 1962.Memoranda: J.M. Adamson to J.S. Turner re UNESCO Landscape Conservation Conference, Paris, October 1962, with attached draft statement by LPC/NTA for Conference; Secretary, Survey and Classification Committee to N. Wettenhall, with attached press clipping, 'US Expert to Study Here', Age, 25 June; Dewar Goode to L.H. Smith re 'publicity', 13 August 1962; Press clippings: '`Maretimo' to be Preserved', Coleraine Albion, 5 June 1962.Age: Dewar Goode, 'Our Bush Fire Control', letter, 18 January 1962; Dewar Goode, 'Beauty to be Preserved', letter, 2 July (one copy erroneously labelled June) 1962; 'Maretimo', in 'News of the Day', 30 June 1962.Hamilton Spectator: Dewar Goode, 'National Trust Adopts Important Role', 5 May 1962; 'Far Costs 'Too High'', 2 June 1962; 'Anti-Erosion Work on the Way Now', 'WD Appointment to National Trust Council', 24 May 1962; Dewar Goode, 'River Trust Praised', 26 June 1962.Herald: 'Portland Loses An Old Red Gum', 30 April 1963.Extracts: Dewar Goode, 'A Message by the President', from Victoria's Resources, September-November 1962.Report: Ernest Jackson, 'River Improvement and Drainage in Australia and New Zealand', August 1962.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1962 - 1970    Quantity 0.8 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00132 Box Number 25 Series 4
GOOD00133 1963

Correspondence: Dewar Goode and G.A. Manning, draft letter re Agro-economic Trends, with attached notes; I.S. Hancock, A.J. Fraser, Dick Condon, J.D. Clifford, Keith Lovett, Marion Warliss, John S. Turner, Noel Learmouth, Margaret Matse?, R.D. Hall, C.H. Hammond, G.R. Mountain, George T. Thompson, Fred Gruen, P.F. Barrington, A.C.B. Maiden, Frank M. Read, M. Brumby, Hugh D.H. Learmonth, B.M. Plain, Charles McLennan, Margaret Meisenhelter, E. Edwards, I.J. O'Donnell to Dewar Goode; M.R. Jacobs, Forestry and Timber Bureau, Department of National Development to Dewar Goode, detailed reply to Goode's concerns over Forestry, including APPU copy; A.A. Dawson to Harold Raggatt; Harrie W. Wade to State Secretary, APPU: L.P. Fellow to Secretary, Land Use Committee, APPU, Robert Menzies; John Hetherington (and Rosalie Brooks on his behalf) and Dewar Goode; Dewar Goode and A.A. [Allan. Dawson, Keith O. Campbell, D.M. Gibb; Dewar Goode to E.M. Jackson; segments of letters from APPU. NRCL; J.B. Harper to Miss Adamson (NTA/Vic). Dewar Goode: manuscript drafts 'Farm Woodlots', 2 September 1963; manuscript draft of paper about Bugalow scrub lands, 4 February 1964; report for NTA/Vic, 'Fire Protection', 1964? or 22 July 1963?; extract for APPU of report sent to Commonwealth Department of Treasury re Forestry, 1 April 1964; manuscript notes, 'Economic Production', and unnamed; 'The Development of Forestry in the Otway Peninsula', Address to the Corangamite Regional Committee, 25 November 1963; manuscript draft, 'Report - Federal Land Use Committee', 5 April 1965; manuscript draft, 'Hydrological Decade', for ABC Broadcast, 12 May 1965; typescript report, on erosion in the Snowy Mountains, 12 March 1963; draft reports addressed to L. Smith re Draft Fire Protection Budget, 22 July 1963, and Bulga and Tarra National Parks, 21 and 23 June 1964.Reports: NRCL, 'Annual Report, Financial Statement and Balance Sheet - Presidential Address - Dewar Goode', 1963; B.G. Dawson, 'The Case Against Appreciation of the 1A', for APPU Victorian Division; amendment to Study Group: Costs of Production, undated. Extracts: 'Dead As The Dodo' and 'Ord River Irrigation Project', from BHP Review, Christmas 1963; 'Watershed Programs', book review by C.A.B., from Australasian Irrigator, August 1963; 'Changes in the Pattern of Trade', from Trends, June 1963; 'Trends in Rural Production and Exports', Bank of NSW Review, June 1963; 'Australian Economic Inquiries', Trends, June 1963.APPU documents: Federal Land Use Committee, Minutes of Meetings, 6 February 1963, 29 July 1963, 3 February 1964; Guest List for Buffet Dinner, APPU Fourteenth Annual Dinner, 30 October 1963; Federal Land Use Committee, Chairman's Report, Dewar Goode, 29 July 1963Transcript: Minister's Speech, Opening of South Otway Pipeline, 11 February 1976; Interview, Dewar Goode with Jon Price on 'Town and Country', 2 September 1963 re forestry. Press clippings: Rural Industry reports, analysis of FAQ marketing system, unlabelled; 'Minister to see SEC', Herald, 22 July 1963; 'Canberra Lake Warning', Sydney Morning Herald, 31 October 1963; 'Expert Says Silt May Fill Lake', Canberra Times, 31 October 1963.Age: 'IWS Sees Price War by Synthetics', 13 August 1963; 'Need to Preserve Parks', 19 January 1963; 'Warning on Lake Siltation', 31 October 1963.Hamilton Spectator: 'Oats Trade Loss Would Cost Us 100,000 - Goode', 22 June 1963; anonymous letters to the Editor, 'Costs Factor in Wool', 'Grower `Disgusted'', 8 August 1963; 'Public Opinion Poll on Trees Mooted', 2 July 1963; 'New Executive for the HCDA', 20 July 1963; 'Lake Bolac Park Area Suggested', 13 July 1963.Advertiser: 'Cost-Squeeze And The Farmer', 30? September 1960; ''Sahara' Threat to NT', 16 December 1964.Chronicle: 'Record Farm Output Is Forecast', 5 July 1963.Producer: Allan Dawson, 'The Economic Enquiry', 14 August 1963; Leaflet: Wimmera Regional Committee and NRCL Invitation to a Natural Resources Convention, Horsham, 15-16 May 1963.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1960 - 1976, 1960-1965, 1976    Quantity 2.4 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00133 Box Number 25 Series 4
GOOD00134 1964

This item consists of two files of correspondence: Dewar Goode to the Editor Hamilton Spectator, Chairman NPA, Joyce ?, R.D. Croll, Henry Bolte, Chairman Australian Wool Board William Gunn., the Editor Age, G. Lowe, Secretary SA Ornithological Association, R.W. Condon, Warren Smith, Elders (Company); John [S. Turner., Betty P., J.R. Dridan, Syd Pearse, Bill Nevill, A.G. Coulthard, L.G. Kaleshi, A. Dunbavin Butcher, A.N. Cavanagh, ? Fitzgerald, P.A. White, John Barclay, B.F. McKeon, K.M. Archer, L.R. East, Len Robinson, T. Devine, R.F. Brown, Ros Garnet, Jocelyn Squire, D.L. Benallack, G.B. Ebbs to Dewar Goode; Dewar Goode to Sir Thomas Playford re Glenelg River National Park; H.F. Donald to J.S. Pearse; Dewar Goode and George Thompson, Charles Rousseau, R.B. [Barrie. McMillan (Australian Wool Board), I.J. O'Donnell, Sir Maurice Mawby, C.E. Barnes (Minister for Territories), Colin M. Donald, W.M. Say, A.A. Dawson, Alec Costin, F.N. Ratcliffe, President Wannon Shire, R.G. Downes (Chairman SCA); letters between Dewar Goode and V.W. Officer (Secretary, Graziers Association of Victoria) and R. Eckersley (Hamilton Branch) over his decision to leave the organisation, with note of explanation by Goode, 1984 and attached press clipping, 'Man-Made Fibre Use Increasing', Chronicle?, June 1964; Norman B. Tindale to National Park Commissioners; G.T. Thompson to Maurice Mawby, G.A. Echberg, L.H.S. Thompson; R.D. Hall to Secretary, Shire of Wannon; extract of letter from M.R. Jacobs to J.P. Heffernan, with reply; A.A. Dawson to M.R. Jacobs; H.G. Raggatt to A.A. Dawson. Press clippings: 'P.O. on Rock', 25 April 1964; 'Silting of Creeks Endanger Town', 'Must Have Action', Editorial, Coleraine Albion, 24 September 1964; '`Sahara' Threat To NT', Adelaide Advertiser, 16 December 1964; 'Poison In All Our Food Says A Farmer', Sun, 22 October 1964; 'NSW Graziers' Refusal On Wool Silence 'Regrettable'', 'Wool Cannot Clothe World, Says Gunn', unlabelled, Advertiser?.Producer: 'Italy Holds `Juicy' Lead', 29 January 1964; undated clipping, labelled 'Deputations, 1964 Conference'; 'Australian Wool Board - Report and Recommendations On Wool Marketing', 12 August 1964; Robert C. Cowen, 'Improving Pest Control', Josephine Ripley, 'New Method Tracks Down Pesticides', 28 October 1964.Age: 'And man made the desert', 18 November 1964; Graeme Adamson, 'Wool's Brittle Market Aids Synthetics', 21 December 1964; 'Wool Growers Seek Tax Talks', 16 ?; 'Growers Support Wool Board's Market Plan', 23 September 1964.Herald: 'Stock must go from Alice, says grazier', 18 November 1964; Don Darbyshire, 'Fear On Your Menu', 22 October 1964.Complete Copy, SA Producer, 23 December 1964.Hamilton Spectator: R.P. Rizzo, 'No Poll Needed', letter, 27 August 1964; 'Promotion Obstacle to Solution of Vital Wool Problems', 27 February 1965.Chronicle: Douglas Lockwood, 'Management Controls Are `Essential' In Centre', 'Another Sahara In Northern Territory', 17 December 1964; 'Dry Land Development More Profitable Than Irrigation', 13 August 1964; Harry Kemp, 'Salt May Drive Us to the South-East', 6 August 1964; 'Moves For Uniform Laws On Chemicals', 29 October 1964. APPU documents: Federal Land Use Committee, copy of letter to M.R. Jacobs from Dewar Goode re Farm Woodlots and Commercial Tree-planting, 31 March 1964, with accompanying explanatory letter, copy of reply from Jacobs, 2 June 1964, and list of recipients of copies; report by Dewar Goode, 'Alice Springs Area of Central Australia', 19 March 1964; extract of letter, to Commonwealth Department of Treasury from Dewar Goode, 2 April 1964; Dewar Goode, typescript draft, 'Report of Federal Land Use Committee [FLUC.', 31 August 1964; FLUC copy of letter, A.C. Atkins to ? Curtis; segment of manuscript report to FLUC by Dewar Goode, 14 September 1964; Federal Conference 1964, Minutes, pp 19-20, 45-48, 53-56.Dewar Goode: manuscript drafts for series of ABC talks on Land Use, 1964; Presidential Address to NRCL Annual Meeting, 7 May 1964; Paper, 'The Need to Protect Existing National Parks and the Current Threat to Their Integrity', presented at VNPA Conference of Conservation Interests, 30 May 1964, with typescript draft of full text and annotations 1964 and 1984; manuscript notes, 'Glenelg River National Park'; manuscript draft of paper re wool, late 1950s?; manuscript draft, 'A Grim Picture', for ABC Broadcast, August 1964; typescript draft, 'Land Use and Pollution', 1964; typescript and manuscript drafts, 'Land Use' for ABC Broadcast, 6 October 1964; manuscript drafts, 'Report on Port Campbell NP Inspection', 'Tintons Track Prop. NP' 31 November 1964; typescript segment, on Landscape - Trees, 1964; manuscript draft, paper about UNESCO International Hydrological Decade, 27 December 1964; manuscript article re wool industry, 10 March 1965; report re Snowy Mountains, 12 March 1963; typescript drafts, 'Ideas for use at SR&WSC Conference, 31 July 1963', 2 July 1963, and 'Notes for SR&WSC Conference', 18 July 1963; manuscript, 'Conservation of Native Flora', 15 August 1963; typescript draft, 'The Need to Protect Existing National Parks...', 19 May 1964; manuscript drafts of unnamed articles, 20 September 1963 and undated, about resource management; manuscript draft, submission to SCA Soil Conservation Competition, c1964.Notice of Meeting: informal meeting of VNPA with Dewar Goode, 1 December 1964.Memorandum: J.M. Adamson to Dewar Goode, 'Discussion with CRB', 5 March 1964.Newsletters: Trust, NTA/Vic Quarterly, February 1964; VNPA Newsletter, No.48, June 1964.Extracts: unlabelled, tables of agricultural production, c1964; 'Optimum Land Use in the High Rainfall Zones of Australia and New Zealand', from Australian Journal of Science, Vol.26 No.12, June 1964; extracts from UK National Trust Newsletter, Spring 1963, 'Coastal Preservation' and John Workman, 'The Trust's Woods and Forests', copies made for LPC; extracts from Historic Preservation (USA), 1964; unlabelled extracts re wool processing.Table: Net Value of Industrial Production in Australia, 1962-1963.Reports: Reports of the Sub-Committee on Pollution of the Yarra River, LPC/NTA, 1 March 1967, May 1964, including draft letters to Henry Bolte, Secretary MMBW, local Melbourne Town Clerks and Appendices, 28 June 1966; 'Farm Forestry - Precis of some of the Notes available to the First Meeting of the Sub-committee for Commercial Tree Planting', undated. SCA: Western Soil Conservation Competition, Glenelg District Entry Form, 1964.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1963 - 1984    Quantity 4.6 cm, 2 files
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00134 Box Number 26 Series 4
GOOD00135 1965

This item consists of two files of press clippings: L.J. Yelland, 'Water Supply from the Sea', letter, ?, December 1964; 'Western Water', Coleraine Albion?, 24 May 1965; 'Sir Harold Raggatt supports 30m Ord scheme', 'A Powerful Case for Developing the North', ?, 13 July 1965; 'Gippsland Logging rights', ?, 2 May 1965; Dal Stevens, 'Insecticide threatens birds of prey', Canberra Times, December 1965; 'Woodend Protest On Forestry Scheme', Kyneton Guardian, 7 July 1966; 'Clean Air group', Financial Review, 13 January 1967; 'Experts warn of pest spray dangers' Canberra Times, 6 December 1966; 'Bridge doomed', Hamilton Spectator, 3 August 1965; 'Our need for water is the challenge of the future', Australian Producer, 20 October 1965.Herald: 'They'll Study Drought', 25 May 1965; 'Govt. may control ski slopes', 23 February 1966; 'Old Cave Art is Vanishing', 22 November 1966; 'Riverina Rice Crop Heads for record', 27 April 1965; 'Third Ord Harvest This Week', 27 April 1965; 'It's ski-fever time again', 29 April 1965; 'Stronger wool tone likely', 29 April 1965; '1 mill. Beef Supply Plan', 3 May 1965; Don Darbyshire, '3 planes seed top NSW stud', 27 April 1964; '52m. dip in wool cheque', 3 May 1965; 'Cabinet will get plan for beef roads', 6 May 1965; 'Wool buying in America rises sharply', 8 May 1965; 'Development makes big demands', 6 May 1965; Don Darbyshire, 'Soviet easier on owning your own', 11 May 1965; 'Price of peaches `too low'', 7 May 1965; 'Trade with Reds urged', 11 May 1965; 'Wheat crop may be in danger', 11 May 1965; 'World food crisis will `get worse'', 21 May 1965; 'Fruit crop a bumper', 25 May 1965; 'Seaholme People Fear Seaweed - `Breakwater will ruin our beach'', 24 March 1966; Graham Pizzey, 'Wildlife deaths warn us of pesticides dangers - Our songbirds are dying', 12 April 1965; 'Aerial sprayers `blamed unfairly'', 26 April 1965; 'Killing Wildlife with Poisons', 13 April 1965; 'The birds no longer sing there', 20 April 1965; 'Aerial Spray Survey Urged - Side effects issue', 3 May 1965; 'Mystery mite attacks gums', 3 May 1965; Kenneth Joachim, 'It's a fight to save our beach fronts', 7 December 1965.Age: 'Delay for Ord River', 27 April 1965; 'Producers Seek Voice on Meat', 30 April 1965; 'Wool Board Chief', 8 May 1965; 'Standard Raised for Course in Agriculture', 10 May 1965; '34 Holdings to be Allocated', 11 May 1965; 'Record Wheat Shipment to Red China', 24 May 1965; 'Need to Ban Pesticide', 29 April 1965; 'Problem with pesticides', 6 May 1965; 'Cleaner than clean - water', 14 May 1965; M.S. Wilde, 'World seeks pure food', 27 May 1965; 'Wheat fodder may be used', 3 June 1965; 'State asked to hold air spraying inquiry', 14 July 1965; 'Contamination `is the No.1 world problem'', 26 September 1966; Charles Cameron, 'Pollution from oil pollution', 26 March 1966; 'Snowy team may be kept as advisers', 13 October 1965.Chronicle: 'Drought Policy', 3 June 1965; 'Insect Control Symposium - There's more than one way of combating Insects' 24 May 1965; 'Pesticides and the Dairy Farmer', 24 June 1965; 'Committee to Fight Reserve Price Plan', 15 July 1965; 'Farm Moves to Offset Drought', 15 July 1965; 'Pastures On Vic. Farm Sown At - 40lb. An Acre - And It's Economical', 6 August 1965; 'Central Australia `Being Destroyed'', 4 November 1965.Sun: 'Anyone visiting Queenstown...', 30 April 1966; 'The Centre Could Soon Be A Desert Farmer Says', 28 October 1965; 'CRB Is `Destroyer of Landscape' Farmer Says', 28 October 1965; 'Landscaped Roads Plan', 2 November 1965; 'Board 'Doesn't Destroy'', 29 October 1965; Harry Kemp, 'The Tragedy of a Weed Not Tackled in Time', 21 January 1965; 'New Meat Auction Will Provide Second Marketing Outlet For Producers', 21 January 1965; 'Reserve Price Plan - Confusing Situation for Woolgrowers', 28 January 1965.Correspondence: F.N. Ratcliffe, Maurice Stitt, Frank Langley, Edmund D. Gil, John S. Turner, D. Spencer Jones, T.G. Chapman, Duncan MacKenzie, David Fairbairn, A. Dunbavin Butcher, Eustace R. Tracey, D. Stretton, Joyce M. Adamson, Catherine Ross, Stewart C?, H. Ernest Walker, R. Lenzie Archer to Dewar Goode; Dewar Goode to J.R. Richardson, ? Darling, R.D. Hall, [J.C.. Gorton, Malcolm Fraser; Dewar Goode and R.G. Downes, Ulick L. Daly, A.A. Dawson, G. Warwick Smith, C.E. Barnes, Dominic L. Serventy, R.N. Robertson, A.C.B. Maiden, Harry J. Frith, H.B. Ingle, R. Murray Prior, R.B [Barrie. McMillan; J.D. Clifford to T.C. Stott; Dewar Goode and Tim Lim Yew Hock, and replies on his behalf from Ted Goh, Goode and Christie Nah re development in Singapore, with attached reports, 'New methods in hen breeding...', 'Pig breeding...', 'Old and New Methods of farming in Singapore', October 1964; A.A. Dawson to A.C.B. Maiden; invitation to Dewar Goode from P.N. Jenkins and the Maryborough Arts Society, and letter from P. Jenkins re Golden Wattle Festival. Extracts: Balfour (Minister for Lands) and Mr. Gainey on Pesticides, 27-28 April 1965; Balfour and Mr. Whiting on Superphosphate, 28 April 1965; Gainey and Darcy (Minister of Water Supply) on Pesticides, 11 May 1965 from Assembly (Hansard); Dewar Goode, 'Roads and Tracks Through and Into National Parks', from Victoria's Resources, December-February 1965-66; Dewar Goode for APPU: report, 'New Perspectives in Insect Control', from Symposium, 30 April 1965; report for Land Use Committee Meeting 5 April 1965; statement on Hydrological Decade, 12 May 1965; statement on Drought, 8 May 1965; manuscript statement, 'Role of Primary Industry in the Event of War', 5 April 1965.Dewar Goode: manuscript notes, 'Noxious weeds'; manuscript draft, Federal Land Use Committee report, 17 September 1965; transcript (including typescript draft), NTA/Vic ABC Broadcast, Countryman's Session, 5 June 1966; report, 'Introduction to an Illustrated Talk on Landscape Preservation...', 31 October 1966; report to LPC/NTA, 1 August 1966; report, 'The Countryside and Landscape', 28 May 1966; photocopy of manuscript draft, 'Examples of specialist approach involving unnecessary destruction of landscape values', 25 July 1966; typescript draft, notes for Symposium, 'L.S. troubles in Victoria', 17 October 1966; manuscript notes, for Iris Waight, 2 November 1967; LPC Annual report, 30 June 1966; manuscript report (for the ABC?), re Fire Fighting, 12 January 1965; 'The Challenge of Erosion in North Australia', talk for Radio Australia, 2 February 1965; transcript of ABC Recording made as an interview with John Sparkes 9 February 1965; manuscript report, 'Farm Woodlots', 20 February 1965; manuscript draft, 'Basis of an ABC Broadcast', re Roads, 12 May 1965; typescript drafts, 'Roads and Tracks through and Into National Parks', 1965; report to Australian Wool Board, 'Proposals for Board's Considerations', 5 May 1965; Questions and Answers, Herbarium, 30 May 1964; manuscript draft, 'The Grampians - a National Asset', September 1965; manuscript notes, 'NRCL' and unlabelled; Notes re Roads for LPC Meeting J.S. Turner, Dewar Goode, 2 February 1965Prime Minister's Statement on the Ord river project, undated. Memorandum: Secretary LPC to Dewar Goode re Foreshore at McCrae, 25 November 1965.NTA(Vic): LPC report, 'Seaford Foreshore Preservation', 1965.APPU: Notice of Meeting and Agenda for Land Use Committee, for Meeting, 5 April 1965; A.A. Dawson, 'Canberra Notes', 30 March 1965. Correspondence list from FLUC Meeting 5 April 1965.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1964 - 1967    Quantity 2.8 cm, 2 files
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00135 Box Number 26 Series 4
GOOD00136 1966

Correspondence: Dewar Goode to Prof. R. N. Robertson; L. Smith; R.G. Downes (`cc Hon. J.W. Manson'); The Age Editor; L.R. Allen [2 copies, one draft with manuscript notes.; J.B. Harper; John H. McEwan; Murray Tyrrell; Eleanor Barbour [`C/- The Chronicle'.; Robert Edwards; R. Fraser; J.A. Hepburn [Minister for Lands, NSW.: Shirley Wiedemann; R.K. Boyes; J.W. Manson; Ian [McCann?.; John Hetherington; Francis Ratcliff; Mary Graff; George T. Thompson; T. A. Darcy (Minister of Mines); John McEwan; David D. Browne; R. J. Harmer (Minister for Local Government); J.C.M. Balfour (Minister of Lands) to Dewar Goode: Dewar Goode and Colin F. Cave re talk to Wangaratta Young Farmer's Assoc., 16 March 1966: J.W. Manson: Dewar Goode and A.A. Dawson (CEO, APPU): James W. Manson (Minister of State Development) to Mr. Hatsuyma (Executive Secretary, Japanese SPCA): M.G. Corrick to J.S. Boydell: J.D. Clifford (Secretary FLUC) to H. V. Tozer (State President, Queensland Division APPU). Press Clippings: Herald:Kenneth Joachim, 'It's a Fight to Save Our Beach Fronts', 8 December 1965.Sun: 'For the Birds, It's Poles Only', 30 May 1966.Age: Dewar W. Goode, 'The Rape of the Land', 11 July 1966 [2 copies.; 'National Water Plan Likely', 22 July 1966; 'Institute for Water Studies Urged', 23 September 1966; 'Federal Help Lacking with Water', 26 September 1966; '`Action Needed to Close ECAFE Production Gap'', 27 September 1966; 'Water Talks Accent Food Crisis', 28 September 1966.Chronicle: 'New Meat Market `Has Support of All Producers'', 28 January 1966; 'Eleanor Barbour's Pages for Country Women', 17 February 1966.Advertiser: 'Big Demand for Murray Water Seen', 19/8/66.Dewar Goode: Report on May 28 Landscape Seminar with CAE at National Herbarium; Drafts for talk to the NTA/Vic (2 versions); Script for talk on the Countryman's Session, ABC, 5 June 1966 [4 copies.; manuscript notes re typing; Draft of report re `Trust Appointment to Proposed Bayside Authority'; Draft notes dated 11 July 1966 [for Age article of same date - notes incomplete.; Report as Director, LPC, 1 August 1966 [3 copies.; notice relating to NTA's Landscape Seminar 28 May 1966; typescript notes for talk[?. on resource use in Victoria, dated 22 April 1966 and redrafted copy dated 31 October 1966; manuscript notes entitled `Examples of Specialist Approach Involving the Destruction of Landscape Values', 25 July 1966; Annual Report as Director, LPC, 30 June 1966 [1 manuscript draft and 3 typescript copies, 2 marked `draft'.; Address to Australian Institute of Park Administration and Natural Resources Conservation League as Director, LPC and separate notes entitled `Intro. to an Illustrated Talk on Landscape Preservation...[3 copies., 31 October 1966; annotated typescript entitled `Dandenong Creek at Vermont' [undated.; manuscript notes, 5 July 1966; manuscript notes and list of names for `R. J. Harmer [Minister for Local Government. Discussion Group and Dinner'; annotated typescript notes marked `1st Draft - Published in Age, 11 July 1966; Notes for an article/talk? re recreation (2 drafts, dated 22 April 1966 & 31 October 1966).Newsletters: Trust NTA/Vic Quarterly, June 1966, page 2.APPU Documents: Report on 14 December 1966 Swan Hill meeting of the APPU.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1959 - 1966, mostly 1966    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00136 Box Number 26 Series 4
GOOD00137 1967

This item consists of two files of correspondence: M.G. Corrock, Honorary Secretary, Hamilton Field Naturalists' Club; L.J. Corben, Acting Assistant Secretary, MMBW; Roland Straub, Honorary Secretary, Fauna Protection Society (1st page only); J.W. Manson [Minister of State Development (includes press release regarding appointment of Graham Pizzey as Member of National Parks Authority).; M. Mudford, Secretary, Balnarring Foreshore and Parks Reserve Committee of Management (includes copies of related correspondence); J. S. Boydell, Sec., Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies (2 copies) (includes copy of letter to J.S. Boydell from M. G. Corrick, Honorary Secretary, Hamilton Field Naturalists); Elisabeth Claire Wellisch (re sale of Yarra Brae); Henry Bolte; Malcolm Fraser (Minister for the Army); Bill Towers; Swiss National Tourist Office; Sandy Clark; Dick Daws; Francis Ratcliffe; D.F. McMichael; Rodney Davidson; T.L. Lewis; H.J. Wittwer; J.R.B. Coleman; E.P. Chipperfield; M.J. Hendry; P.P. Mithen; N. L. Allanson; Director, Posts and Telegraphs, Post-Master General's Department.; A.A. Dawson; C.J. Vyle; R.C. Handley to Dewar Goode: Dewar Goode to Secretary, MMBW; Honorary Secretary, Fauna Protection Council (2 copies): Series of correspondence between Dewar Goode and Elery Hamilton-Smith, Australian Speleological Federation: Dewar Goode to J.W. Manson; F. D. McCarthy, Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies; J. McNally, National Museum of Victoria; Eleanor Barbour, the Chronicle; Robert Edwards, Curator of Arthrology, South Australian museum; letter for the attention of Jon Price and Peter Dell, Rural Division, Australian Broadcasting Commission; Swiss League for the Preservation of nature; Sylvia Crowe; E. Rofe; Assistant Director, Australian Association of Advertising Agencies [Miss Keane.; Alf Punshon: Series of correspondence between R. Davidson, Chairman, NTA/Vic and various Town Clerks, the Secretary of the MMBW and Henry Bolte (Premier of Victoria) re pollution in Yarra River [see also Reports, Memoranda & Minutes.: series of correspondence between Dewar Goode and Tetsumaro Senge, Chairman, National Parks Association of Japan (includes Japanese press clipping and manuscript and draft letters): Dewar Goode and Alex Mitchell, Acting Chairman, SCA: S.R. Birch, Administrator, NTA/Vic and N.J. Fitzpatrick (includes photo and manuscript note from Dewar Goode): Dewar Goode and Malcolm Fraser & Jean Field (re Point Nepean, includes clippings from Peninsula Gazette proposals for a National Park at Point Nepean). Memoranda: Chairman of Council, NTA/Vic to Dewar Goode re Port Phillip Bayside Authority; C. Coulter, Secretary, LPC to `Honorary Executive Officer, LPC'; series of four memos within NTA/Vic re pollution in the Yarra river; Dewar Goode (as Director of LPC) to Acting Chair of LPC & to Cairman of Council, NTA/Vic re concerns about Port Phillip Bay; memos between Dewar Goode and Chairman, Survey and Identification Committee (LPC), includes report on `Keilor Fossil Area on the Maribyrnong River'. Minutes: Selections of minutes from meetings dated 26 July 1967 and 27 September 1967 re water pollution in Yarra river [see also APPU]. Press Clippings: Age: 'Keilor Fossil Area', 6 February 1967; 'Wastage Charge by Labor', 30 March 1967 (re Yarra Brae sale).Geelong Advertiser: 'Archaeology in Nullarbor', 24 January 1967; 'Probe into Bay Fish Pollution', 9 February 1967; '`Side Stepping Contaminated Fish Issue'', 10 February 1967; `Outfall Sewer', 10 February 1967.Peninsula Gazette: `Proposed Airfield Impracticable', 26 April 1967; 'Move for Airstrip', 12 April 1967.Wangaratta Chronicle Despatch: 'River Access not Equitable', 2 November 1967.Dewar Goode: Typescript of `Talk to the Peninsula Conservation Society' 24 February 1967 - twelve copies in varying type, one marked `draft', one `high-lighted' and one copy heavily edited to produce a version marked `abbreviated' and dated 18 August 1968; brief notes marked 'newsletter Spring 1967'; typescript entitled 'Conservation - the Environment' use as `the basis for an illustrated talk to the Australian Association of Advertising Agencies Victorian Division, 1967 Seminar, 7-9 July 1967 - six copies, three with annotations, one marked `duplicate', and one with attached document `Environment and You - a Campaign for Conservation'; typescript entitled `Croydon Shire' - three copies, one marked `Draft ... talk in Dandenongs' 16 March 1967 and one attached to a collection of other documents relating to the Dandenongs; manuscript notes, 15 September 1967; `Extract from Annual Report to APPU (NSW NFU) 1968'; manuscripts notes on water pollution in the United States; typescript notes `Observations on my January Visit to Lorne', 19-23 January 1967'; collection of documents relating to the Dandenongs, including `Croydon Shire' report of 1967, typescript notes regarding Donna Buang (1972), correspondence and a report on water supply in the Dandenongs (1974) and a report on a visit to Pirianda Gardens, Kallista, (1977); typescript entitled `Marine Foreshore - the Major Recreation Area', dated 22 March 1967 (includes copy of covering note sent to Mr. Balfour, Minister for Lands; documents relating to Wyperfeld National Park, including handwritten notes (1 April 1967) and a typed account of `Agenda Item #9 from meeting 7 March 1967', dated 21 February 1968; collection of documents relating to the sale of `Yarra Brae', Wonga Park, including correspondence, auction notice, newspaper clipping, article from Wonga Park District Residents Association and manuscript notes; prospectus and assignment description for a course on `Land Use Perspectives' [Dewar Goode a guest lecturer.; manuscript notes from Geelong Advertiser, 4 April 1967; manuscript notes entitled `Meeting' 13 December 1967.' APPU Documents: Circular with covering letter from J.D. Clifford, Secretary, FLUC re Murray River Salinity, 19 January 1967; Circular from J.D. Clifford to Land Use Committee re Drainage Inquiry, 17 July 1967; letter from Queensland branch; Various documents on federal land use; Minutes of the 18th Annual Federal Conference, 24-26 October 1967.Reports: LPC Report on the river Yarra, signed `J.N. Edwards, Convenor', 15 July 1967 (three copies); LPC sub-committee reports on pollution in Yarra, 1964. Newsletters: Preservation News: extracts from August, 1967.Trust: Summary of the Work of the National Trust's Landscape Preservation Council, 1966-7, pp. 8 & 11.NRCL Journal: `Victoria's Natural Resources', March-May 1967 Victoria's Resources: `Marine Foreshore - the Main Recreation Area', June 1967 (2 copies); `The Need for Open Space', March - May 1967.Papers: Copy of John J. Bayly's (Senior Lecturer, Town and Regional Planning, Melbourne University) paper 'The Urban Fringe' read to the Symposium on Conservation presented by the Australian Conservation Foundation', Melbourne University, 17 June 1967.Leaflet: Programme for ACF Conservation Symposium, Melbourne, 17 June, 1967.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1964 - 1977    Quantity 4.8 cm, 2 files
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, Minutes and Agendas, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00137 Box Number 26 Series 4
GOOD00138 1967 - 1970, 1978

Correspondence: Dewar Goode to Senator Wright; the Editor, Age; Jack G. Beale, Minister for Conservation, NSW; the Editor, Melbourne University Conservation Society; J.B. Gale (Select Committee on Wildlife Conservation, House of Representatives); the Hon D.L. Chipp, Minister for Customs and Excise. From Dewar Goode to Margaret Jones; C.H. Curtis (Under Secretary Premier's Department); M. Aloisi (APPU); J.B. Gale; Peter Nixon, Minister for the Interior. Memorandum: to Dewar Goode (TCPA) from J.C.H. Handfield (TCPA), 4 September 1970.Dewar Goode, Reports, Talks and Papers: for IUCN, 'Highways and Amenity', December 1969; for IUCN Congress, 'Situation of Landscape Planning for Agricultural Land Use in Australia', 28 November 1969; 'The Ecological Impact of Recreation and Tourism upon the Forest Lands of Britain with Special Reference to the New Forest', undated; talk to the Peninsula Conservation Society, 24 February 1967; precis of talk to Jaycee Seminar on Tourism, 'Conservation of Flora and Fauna in the Northern Area with Its Possible Attractions to Tourists', 11 February 1968; 'Highways and Amenity', 9 June 1970; 'The Widening Concept of Conservation', September 1970; 'Cooloola Beach Mining', 19 September 1970; 'State Government Outdoor Recreation Responsibilities', 14 August 1970.Dewar Goode, Articles: 'Total Land Use', Victoria's Resources, December 1968-February 1969.Papers: Dr Harald Sioli, 'Man and the Biosphere', undated; IUCN Eleventh Technical Meeting, Papers and Proceedings, New Delhi, 25-28 November 1969.ACF, Newsletter, vol.10 no.8, October 1978.Press clippings: 'Wilkins Area Controversy - Criticism of fishing, shooting plans', Casterton News, 8 February 1969; Dewar Goode, letter to the Editor re forestry and fires, Age, 16 November 1968.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1967 - 1978    Quantity 1.7 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00138 Box Number 27 Series 4
GOOD00139 1968

Correspondence: N.L. Allanson; Dr. Marion Wanliss; Kevin Koetsveld; Margaret Shaw; Fred Smith; W. Douglas Harper; Albert Fallingham; George T. Thompson; R.J. [Roelef. Benthem (typed extract from original letter); William C. Dent; Margaret Hendry; J.E. Savage, N. McPhee to Dewar Goode: Dewar Goode to Alan J. Holt; G.W. Lewis: Dewar Goode and R.C. Wright (re natural tourist attractions, includes press release): J.T. MacDonald to E.M. Hoy: S.R. Birch to Chairman, Forests Commission of Victoria. Dewar Goode: `Conservation of Flora and Fauna in the Northern Area of Victoria with its Possible Attraction to Tourists' (precis of a talk to the Jaycee Seminar on Tourism, Mildura, 11 February 1968)(2 copies); manuscript notes and annotated typescript for Municipal Engineers Conference, 14-15 February, 1968; Official credentials from the State of Victoria and the Commonwealth of Australia for overseas visit; typescript notes on `Ord River Scheme'. Press Clippings:Age: 'We should question the foresters' present-day views to burn so much and in particular the initiating of burning in hitherto unburnt areas.', 16 November 1968; 'Conservation Groups Need Members', 29 September 1970.Newsletters:Trust: 'Summary of the Work of the National Trust's Landscape Preservation Council, 1967-8', October 1968.Victoria's Resources: 'Total Land Use' by Dewar Goode, December 1968-February 1969. APPU Documents: Extracts from Annual Report to APPU (NSW NFU), 1968; draft Minutes of the FLUC meeting, 21 October 1968; FLUC Policy Statement (as of April 1967).Leaflet: 'The Menindee Lakes Storages'; 'River Management: How to Go About Stream Conservation Works'; Programme for the 11th Congress of the International Federation of Landscape Architects, Montreal, Canada, 16-20 June 1968 (Dewar Goode = speaker; annotated); 'Eames Report', forwarded from the National Institute of Design, India.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1967 - 1970    Quantity 1 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00139 Box Number 27 Series 4
GOOD00140 1969

Correspondence: R.C. Wright; Walter Ives; Penelope Robertson; J.G. Mosley; D.A. Woodlock, E.G. Whitlam; Neil Everist: A.A. Dawson (APPU); K.L. Lahiri; A.H. Hoffmann; Harold R. Bone; Phyllis I. Frost; R.D.L. Fraser; Alex Mitchell to Dewar Good: Dewar Goode to J.W. Manson. Press Clippings.Statesman: 'Experts Support Move to Set Up Bird Sanctuary', 23 November 1969; 'Enjoyment of Nature Best Way of Conserving it', 20 November 1969; 'Focus on Indian Wildlife', 22 November 1969.Hindustan Standard: 'Foreign Experts Suggest Bird Sanctuary in Salt Lake Area', 21 November 1969.[Source Illegible. 'Experts Say N. Salt Lake Area Ideal for Bird Sanctuary', 21 November 1969.The Australian: 'Be Warned: We Are in Danger of Losing Our Heritage', by Martin Collins, 21 August 1969.Newsletters:Victoria's Resources: 'Total Land Use' by Dewar Goode, December 1968-February 1969.Reports: 'IUCN report by Dewar Goode on Land Use and Amenity'; reprinted copy of report on proposed bird Sanctuary to the IUCN 11th Technical Meeting, New Delhi, India, 25-28 November 1969.APPU Documents: Minutes of the Annual General Meeting of the FLUC and related documents, 22 August 1969; FLUC Policy statement, as of 20 August 1969; FLUC - Chairman's report on the 20 August 1969 meeting. Dewar Goode: typescript draft of document entitled `Landscape Planning for Agricultural Land Use'; typescript entitled `Situation of Landscape Planning for Agricultural Land Use in Australia' (paper delivered to IUCN meeting in New Delhi).

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1968 - 1969    Quantity 0.5 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, Minutes and Agendas, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00140 Box Number 27 Series 4
GOOD00141 1970

Correspondence: J.D. Firth; Reg T. Borbridge; David Hamer; Geoff Parr-Smith; Gordon D. Taylor; L.M. Barlin; J.B. Gale; P.J. Nixon; L.E. Morgan; Honorary Secretary, Lyceum Club, Melbourne; The Speaker, House of Representatives; L. Johnston; G.T. Thompson; John Clementson; R.C. Wright; F.R. Moulds; Randell Champion to Dewar Goode: Dewar Goode to P.J. Nixon; A.S. Norquay, Secretary, Australian Farmer's Federation; D.L. Chipp; Jack G. Beale; the Editor, the Age; I.J. O'Donnell; J.G. Gorton; R. Wright; R.W.C. Swarts; R.D. Piesse. Press Clippings: Source Unknown. 'Licence Will Legalise It'' [date ?.Age: 'Conservation groups need members', letter to Editor by D. Goode 29 August 1970.Dewar Goode: List of Members of the Landscape Planning Commission; typescript entitled `Brim Brim', a report on `Wildlife and Planning' to the IUCN Landscape Planning Commission in Holland, January, 1970; Official recognition of donation of 1 Brush-tailed Phascogale to National Museum of Victoria; report on conservation in Australia to the Prime Minister (unofficial); `The 2969 IUCN Congress: An Australian Contribution' manuscript notations `base of lecture to Women's College' 7 April 1970' & `used in an article in NRCL Journal'; official credential from State of Victoria for a visit to `Europe and South Africa'; report to IUCN; Invitation and Programme for conference at University of Agriculture in Brno, Czechoslovakia; 'Highways and Amenity', paper presented at Brno symposium on the `Relationship Between Engineering and Biology in Improving Cultural Landscape', 9 June 1970; list of State Government Recreation Responsibilities; `Notes on Recreation, 1970'; `The Widening Concept of Conservation' (basis of National Trust Lecture), 20 August 1970; `The Problem of Marine, Estuarine and Riverine Foreshore and Lakeside', report to the IUCN 28 August 1970; letter received `c1970' re Donna Buang Road (source unknown); `What is Happening to Our Biosphere?', draft paper by D. Goode.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1970    Quantity 1.5 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00141 Box Number 27 Series 4
GOOD00142 1971 - 1975

Correspondence: To Dewar Goode from R.P. Dalziel; R.D.L. Fraser (TCPB); President (CCV). Dewar Goode to the Editor, Age; General Manager, Shell Co.; John Flower; Chairman, Secretary (LCC); to Whom It May Concern re Trevor E. Arthur (NPA).S.R. Birch (NTA) and Professor John R. Burton. Dewar Goode, Talks, Lectures: 'Conservation - The Environment', to Australian Association of Advertising Agencies, 7-9 July 1967; talk to Committee on Wildlife Conservation, ?1971; 'Address' on the environment to Public Relations Institute of Australia Congress, Canberra, 15-18 September 1971; 'Field Naturalists Lecture', 22 June 1971; IUCN, 'Definition of Landscape Planning', to ACF Symposium, Canberra, 15-17 August 1971; 'Leisure, Recreation, Landscape', to Macedon Ranges Conservation Society Seminar, Mt Macedon, 28 October 1972; 'The Environment and the Approach of Government Instrumentalities', paper to Institution of Engineers at Benalla, 8 May 1974; 'Landscape Conservation: The Work of International Bodies', to ACF Symposium, Canberra, 15-17 August 1975.Dewar Goode, Notes: draft notes on 'Recreation at Westernport', 18 February 1973; 'National Parks and Nature Conservation Program for Victoria', undated. Dewar Goode, Reports: 'Planning: Aims, Objects and Operation', 25 May 1972; manuscript draft of 'CCV policy', 14 July 1972; 'Westernport', 21 February 1973; draft, 'Recreation and the Physical Environment', 2 February 1973; 'Dandenong Ranges Water Supply System', to NTA, 16 October 1974; 'North Eastern Study Area Districts 3, 4 & 5', to TCPA, 16 April 1975.Dr R.F. Dasmann, 'Conservation in Australia', ACF Newsletter, October 1971.Press clippings: John Messer, 'Trust body to protect landscape', Age, 27 September 1972; 'Prom Park should go out to sea, say divers', Age, 16 August 1973; photocopies, news report of Dewar Goode's address to VIE, 'Conservationist Addresses Engineers', Benalla Ensign, 8 May 1974.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1971 - 1975    Quantity 2.3 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00142 Box Number 27 Series 4
GOOD00143 1971

Correspondence: W.R. Harvey; Gwynnyth Taylor; L.C. Edgar; Margaret Milburn; Vance Dickie; John McNally; J.G. Mosley; E. Drinkwater; Jenny Horne; Ian McHarg; Lynton K. Caldwell; Bill Austin (includes programme for 4th National Public Relations Convention, Canberra, 15-18 September 1971); Jonathan Holliman; S.G. McL. Dimmick; Harold R. Bone; J. M. Flower; R. J. Hamer; Gavin Walkley; Bernard Heinze; Frank Nicholls; Moira A.G. Warland; Margaret Meisenhelter; R.P. Dalziel; J. W. Blackwood; Jean-Paul Harroy; Stephen Boyden; Robert Maher; Bill Neill; Lesley [Falloon?.; A.H. Hoffman to Dewar Goode: Dewar Goode to Alfred Hoffman; Frank Nicholls; Mr. Davidson; Chairman, Country Roads Board: Dewar Goode and N.C. Gare re Papua New Guinea: Dewar Goode and D.L. Chipp, Minister for Customs and Excise. Dewar Goode: Letters of thanks for donations of biological specimens to the National Museum of Victoria; typescript and manuscript notes about roads, including an internal report to the TCPA on `Roadside Advertising: A Code of Ethics', by Dewar Goode; manuscript notes on `National Trust Landscape Classification'; manuscript notes on landscape planning and National Parks; press release naming Dewar Goode and others to NPAC; `Inventory of Outstanding Endangered Landscapes (IUCN Project No. 14-1)', by Dewar Goode. Leaflets: list of `Nine Precepts of Conservation', 10th Anniversary of the World Wildlife Fund, Lausanne, Switzerland, 11 August 1971; flyers on `Youth Services Planning' in Victoria and `Youth and Environmental Action', a conference held at McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, 16-26 July 1971.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1971    Quantity 1 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles, Photocopied Documents and Forms
Inventory Identifier GOOD00143 Box Number 27 Series 4
GOOD00144 1972

Correspondence: William C. Dent; Frank G. Nicholls; R.D.L. Fraser; J. Hobbes, Administrator, R.E. Ross Trust [includes associated notes and documents.; E.M. Fox; G.W.H. Bracher; David Yencken; Henry Bolte; Joan M. Dixon; C. Gordon Fredine; A.H. Hoffman; Bill Higgins; Brian Clarke; Gordon C. Cooper, Jean-Paul Harroy; Jill Sutherland; Harold R. Bone; L.H. Smith; C.S. Elliot; Alec Costin; Jim [Hendyson?.; I.M. Gunn; S.R. Margules; Rupert Hamer to Dewar Goode: Dewar Goode to R.J. [Roelef. Benthem; Jean-Paul Harroy; Mr. Fraser, Chair, EPA; W. Merritt; W. Borthwick; Rex Patterson; W.F. Franklin; [?.Gosse (cable form): Dewar Goode and J. Halfpenny, A.L. Godfey and Secretary, Port Phillip Conservation Council re Dewar Goode's invitation and speech to the opening of film 'Warning, Warning', 28 April 1972 - with associated notes and leaflet. Press Clippings:Age: 'Trust Body to Protect Landscapes', by John Messer, 27 August 1972; 'Council Fells 21 Trees on Eve of Protest', 7 October 1972.Dewar Goode: typescript notes on `U.S. Nature Conservancy' and nature conservancy and National Parks in the U.K., both dated 25 May 1972; `Planning: Aims, Objects and Operations' - statement by Dewar Goode; typescript notes on pipelines under Port Phillip Bay; draft policy statement for C.C.V. on alpine and wet-land areas, 14 July 1972; minutes, NPA publications list and manuscript notes relating to the NPAC meeting of 20 July 1972; manuscript notes on planning, etc.; IUCN document `Functions and Structure of the Commission [on Environmental Planning.; collection of documents, including correspondence, manuscript notes and newspaper clipping, dealing with bus excursions to the country for inner-suburb children; policy statement on `Roadsides and Ocean, River, Lake or other Narrow Reserves, 9 October 1972; Planning Position statement for Westernport and Mornington Peninsula, 18 November 1972.Newsletters: Trust: 'Trust to Classify Landscape Areas', October 1972.Reports: NTA/Vic Landscape Classification - Report to Council, 28 March 1972.Leaflet: 'Westernport Bay Environmental Study', 1 December 1972.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1972    Quantity 1.5 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00144 Box Number 27 Series 4
GOOD00145 1973

Correspondence: A.A. Manten; A.H. Hoffman; J. McNally; K.D. Green; S.R. Margules; E. Dalinkiewicz; Alex Mitchell; A. Quayle; Peggy Shaw; Roberts Dunstan; W.V. Houghton; Charles Brett; Murray Byrne; H.K. Richardson; Eric Quinlan to Dewar Goode: Dewar Goode to Frank G. Nichols; Mr. Fraser, Chairman of the Board, TCPA: G.L. Swartz to J.G. Mosley, re funding under National Estate (includes guidelines for grants). Dewar Goode: Summary of seminar on Westernport recreation, 21 February 1973; typescript notes with manuscript corrections entitled `Mitchell River', 2 March 1973 & final copy 13 June 1973; programme for conference on `Recreation and the Physical Environment with Particular Reference to the Western Port Region, Mornington, 17 March 1973; `Alpine Recommendations', 10 June 1973: typescript `Notes For Discussion with Dr. Moss Cass, 14 June 1973.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1973    Quantity 0.8 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00145 Box Number 27 Series 4
GOOD00146 1974

Correspondence: Roelef J. Benthem; F.M. Daly; A.R. McEvey; D.W. [Edgley?.; E.G. Stewart; J.M. McNally; Tom R. Opie; A.L. Godfrey; S.R. Birch; Ross Shelmerdine; Rodney Davidson; C.S. Elliot; C.A. Mott to Dewar Goode: Dewar Goode to Administrator, NTA/Vic; Chairman, LCC (includes report on `Melbourne Study Area'). Dewar Goode: typescript comments on `National Parks and Conservation Program for Victoria', 14 June 1974, `Latrobe Valley and Gippsland Lakes and Catchments', 18 June 1974, `Report on the Mitta Mitta River', 15 July 1974 - all by Dewar Goode; draft notes to Shire President Stan Cooper on visit of inspection to Upper Yarra Shire; typescript notes on `Dandenong Ranges Water Supply System'; typescript notes on roads in Mitta Mitta region; typescript notes on `Landscape and Environmental Planning', 14 June 1974 (includes notes on Upper Yarra Shire dated 16 October 1974; typescript notes on `Latrobe Valley and Gippsland Lakes', 14 August 1974.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1974    Quantity 1 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00146 Box Number 27 Series 4
GOOD00147 1975

Correspondence: C.A. Mott; Alfred H. Hoffman; R.P. Dalziel; Marie [Swaney?.; Joan Wettenhall; Geoff Mosley; Warwick Forge (includes copies of press cuttings), John A. Nichol; Salim Ali; Geoff Edwards; Zafar Futehally; J.T. Kerr; V.R.C. Warren; W.C. Currie; R.J. [Roelef. Benthem to Dewar Goode: Dewar Goode to Secretary, LCC (contains lengthy noted on North-Eastern study areas); R.G. Downes; F.J. Granter; President, TCPA: S.R. Birch to M.B. Watson and A.J. Nichol and J.G. Mosley (all copies forwarded to D. Goode): various correspondence regarding National Trust interest in the Police Station at Sale. Dewar Goode: typescript `Landscape Planning in Victoria', 24 April 1975; typescript notes on Werribee Shire (includes map of landholders); typescript notes on Cobbledick's Ford; various manuscript notes on Werribee and Melton sewage works; typescript dealing with landscape and conservation in Europe with manuscript annotation `DCF Canberra August, 1975'; draft of `Objectives and Policy' paper for National Parks Advisory Committee 12 June 1975'; typescript entitled `Linear Reserves' by Dewar Goode 15 June 1975; list of definitions of terms `used in most talks and papers', 25 May 1972; draft report on meeting on relationship between State Rivers and Water Supply Commission and the CCV; fragment of paper on `Landscape Conservation: the Work of International Bodies' given in Canberra, August, 1975, also copies of complete paper (2) and abstract; manuscript note on Mitta Mitta River 25 September 1975.
Leaflet: reproduced flyer describing the TCPA and listing Council for 1974-5; Programme for conference `Landscape Conservation in Rural Australia', Australian Academy of Science, Canberra, 15-17 August 1975 (also unidentified newspaper clipping advertising same.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1972 - 1975    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00147 Box Number 27 Series 4
GOOD00148 1976

Correspondence: J.F. Jenkin; L.C. Edgar; Duncan Poore; Graham Hawley; Nail Rooney; George Seddon; Judy Frankenberg; W.A. Borthwick to Dewar Goode: Dewar Goode and Malcolm Fraser re National Estate and Conservation (includes copy of P.M.s speech, press release etc): Dewar Goode and Ian Smith: Warwick Forge to John Morris: J.D. Brooks to Peter Murrell; J.L. Knott to Mrs. Dewar Goode. Memoranda: Assistant Administrator (Landscape and Properties) NTA/Vic. Warwick Forge. to Chairman, Landscape Committee Dewar Goode. (includes list of sites recommended as World Heritage Sites): Warwick Forge to Dewar Goode, G. Wright and R. Lloyd (includes copies of memo from Reg Walker to Warwick Forge and minutes of Board Meeting of the Australian Council of National Trusts): E. Brown to Dewar Goode re 19th century cemeteries in Sydney Metropolitan Area (includes NTA policy statement and notes on conservation): R.N. - Reg. Walker to `State Trusts' re `techniques for Landscape Conservation' (includes policy statement); R.N. - Reg. Walker to Dewar Goode re `NT Registers, State Registers, Register of the National Estate and World Heritage List'.Age: 'Too Much of a Dam Rush' 2 January 1976; 'Keep Murray Islands Green, Says Expert', by Jo Gorman 9 July 1976; '`Licence Will Legalise It'' 17 March 1976 (NB date not definite), 'Two Fear River Animal Life in Danger', by Geoff Walsh 10 July 1976.Dewar Goode: typescript notes titled `Murray Basin: Landscape and Land Use Comments', with note - original date unsure, possibly 27 September 1984; typescript `La Trobe Valley and Gippsland Lakes' March 1976 (includes CCV Policy Statement 14 March 1972 (2 copies, one with annotation `based on 1974 Material'); NTA/Vic submission to LCC re North-eastern Study Area, 26 March 1976 (2 copies) and a manuscript draft of same, also typescript `General Comments on the Beechworth-Stanley Area'; typescript notes on `Thomson Dam' (with annotation `This project now scrapped. 1983'); NTA/Vic policy statements re Landscape Classification; typescript notes on `River Murray' 9 July 1976 (2 Copies); typescript notes on `La Trobe Valley Water and Sewerage Board Appeal' 19 March 1976; Report (with itinerary) of study trip to Murray River 3 August 1976; NTA/Vic statement (signed Dewar Goode) re `Transmission Line Policy' 15 October 1976; typescript notes re `River Improvement'; list definitions of `words used in most talks' 25 May 1972; typescript and manuscript notes re `Dandenongs'.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1972 - 1984    Quantity 1.2 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, Minutes and Agendas, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00148 Box Number 27 Series 4
GOOD00149 1977

Correspondence: Geoff Edwards; Michael C. Willis; Norman Vale (with inclosures re sewage treatment); Joan Lindros; H.G. Bleakley; Eileen McKee; I.J. Wilton (includes map); John Messer to Dewar Goode: Dewar Goode to Director, Australian Institute of Aboriginal Affairs; W.J. Dulfer; W.A. Borthwick (with inclusions re Otways and Landscape Values); Gough Whitlam. Dewar Goode: typescript with manuscript with manuscript annotations marked `Draft Preamble to the History of Landscape Planning as experienced by the writer - D.W. Goode' 15 February 1977; manuscript notes titled `Statement to Age'; typescript `Landscape Values - A Summary', by Dewar Goode, 18 August 1977; invitation to be member of Urban Landscape Panel, Council for the Historic Environment; collection of documents noted as `Shire of Hastings Appeal' re roads and landscape; typescript notes `Traditional Uses in National Parks are Desirable'; draft introduction for `Otways in Danger' symposium; manuscript notes on `Dr. Jim Bairn's Visit to Beechworth' 17 October 1977 and `Visit to Pirianda Garden' 19 October 1977; typescripts relating to Otways - `The Otways: Prime Agricultural Zone' & `Conservation and Planning of the Otways'. Minutes: Meeting of the Natural Heritage Representatives of the Australian Council of National Trusts' Classification Committee 29 May 1976.Newsletters:Victoria's Resources: `Landscape Classification and Roadside Reserves', by Dewar Goode, June 1977.1976-1977

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1977?    Quantity 0.5 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, Maps, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00149 Box Number 28 Series 4
GOOD00150 1978

Correspondence: Gough and Margaret Whitlam [telegraph.; Stuart [Bue?.; G.J. Inns; Chairman, Forests Commission, John Brookes; Tony Maiden; Ray Polkinghorne; John Messer; Ailsa Osborne to Dewar Goode: J.G. Mosley to R.B. Lansdown: Ian Cathie to D.G. Hill. Dewar Goode: typescript notes labelled `Rural Finance (Settlement) Commission 're meeting 28 February 1978; typescript draft, with annotations, entitled `Resource Planning Management' and labelled `for final printing' 10 March 1978; typescript draft of report on Great Ocean Road inspection to CCV Otways Committee, 30 March 1978; typescript `notes on discussion between Chairman, LCC and representatives of Conservation societies 10 April 1978 regarding the Alpine Area Recommendation'; agenda for VNPA Public Meeting 23 May 1978 [chaired by Dewar Goode; re Alps.; letter to R.J. Hamer, Premier, with note `Draft - not sent' and including paper `Reconciling Planning and Conservation, and Resources Use and Development'; typescript, with attached manuscript notes `A Strategy for the Otways' 13 September 1978.Age: 'Scientists Against Slash-burning of State Forests', `June? 1980'; [government squandering money., by Tony Thomas, 20 November 1979.Sun: 'Taps. Gets a Chips Warning', 16 May 1980.Newsletters:Habitat: '`Challenge of the River Murray', by Dewar Goode, October 1978'.Extract: `Areas needing Soil Conservation Treatment' from the Standing Committee report on Soil Conservation, 1978.`Mini-file' relating to the Royal Botanic Gardens, 1969-1991, though primarily 1978 - contains: Letter Neil Clerehan to Dewar Goode, 4 July 1978; typescript proposal (with manuscript notes) for new Herbarium, etc., 18 September 1978; NTA/Vic Report on New Herbarium Site, 8 September 1978; Agenda for Meeting of Landscape Committee, 19 September 1978; map of Botanic Gardens with manuscript comments, 19 September 1978; letters from Dewar Goode to Trevor, John and Jenny [no surnames given.; NTA/Vic, Minutes of the Landscape Committee Meeting, 5 September 1978; letter from Graeme Butler to Minister for Conservation; Minutes of Council Meeting, Council for the Historic Environment; manuscript notes re Old Observatory Complex, the Domain, 5 July 1978 and 23 June 1978; manuscript list of names and telephone numbers; newspaper clippings from Herald 'Don't Shift Our Stables - Police', by Robin Bromby & 'Old Trees Will Get the Kiosk Axe', by Geoff Easdown, 15 November 1973; carbon of manuscript letter Dewar Goode to [?.Clark, 18 November 1973; Extract from Trust newsletter 'Royal Botanic Gardens Restaurant' June, 1969.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1969 - 1991    Quantity 1 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00150 Box Number 28 Series 4
GOOD00151 1979

Correspondence: Rodney Davidson; S.R. Birch; Minette Russell; Kevin A. Hall; Brian G. Pell; Belinda Gillies to Dewar Good.Age: 'Mitchell Dam a Farmer's Benefit', by Tim Colebatch 30 August 1979; 'Mitchell Dam Project is a classic case for Government Review body', Letter to Editor by Dewar Goode 31 August 1979; 'Perpetual Lease Plan `Bloody Dreadful'', by Christabel Hirst 19 May 1982; 'Park Baits', Letter to Editor by Dewar Goode 1983; 'Forest Sense', Letter to Editor by Dewar Goode 26 July 1982; 'Mitchell Dam', Letter to Editor by Dewar Goode 24 October 1979.The Advertiser: 'Today' column by Ray Polkinghorne on Dewar Goode 5 September 1978. Source Unknown. 'Billabong Critics Unfair' Extracts: `Areas Needing Soil Conservation Treatment', labelled `A Review of 'A Basis for Soil Conservation in Australia' prepared by the Standing Committee on Soil Conservation, 1 March 1979 (includes map); photocopies of manuscript notes relating to the Otways dated variously 29 April 1979 and 4 February 1979; 'Whales and Whaling', text of a speech by Malcolm Fraser from Parliamentary Debates, 4 April 1979.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1978 - 1983    Quantity 0.5 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00151 Box Number 28 Series 4
GOOD00152 1980-1981

Correspondence: J.G. Mosley; Minette [Russell.; Stuart James; Helen M. Weston; F.J. Granter; J.A. Rafferty; T.H. Russell; Jenny Davis, S.R. Birch, R.J. Hamer; Alan Thatcher; Jim [Earle?].; Bill W.A.. Borthwick; Tim Easley; Claude N. Austin?.; Colin [?illegible].; J.C.M. Balfour; G.R. Wilson; John Cain; Murray Silverman; W.V. Houghton; P.J. Roberts to Dewar Goode: Dewar Goode to Vasey Houghton (with inclusion `Impressions of 'Once Only Logging' or 'Clear Felling''; Lee Talbot: Dewar Goode and Lou Lieberman: Peter Watts to K. Connelly. Dewar Goode: typescript `Scenic Highway Landscape Guidelines Project', with annotation `report to National Trust' 25 February 1980; programme for `Gov. Reception for presentation of the Victorian Roadsides Environment Awards', 20 June 1980; typescript `Guidelines for Management of Roadsides Having Regard to both Conservation and Fire Prevention' 19 June 1981; typescript `What Hopes for the Pastoral Industry in the Arid Zone of Australia?' 3 July 1981; typescript notes on `Arid Zone seminar, 24-26 September 1981', annotated `Draft - not complete'; typescript `Arid Lands in Australia' with manuscript annotations and note `distributed to IUCN Congress in Christchurch, NZ, dated 19 October 1981.Newsletter: Australian Conservation Foundation: 'Protecting Australia's Arid Lands' December 1981.Leaflet: 'Register of Significant Trees', NTA/Vic registration form; notice of forthcoming publication Environmental Strategy and Action, by Peter Jacobs.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1980 - 1981    Quantity 1 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, Ephemera, Maps, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00152 Box Number 28 Series 4
GOOD00153 1982

Correspondence: J.L.O. Tedder; D.A. Johnstone; John Messer; Iris Iwanicki; R. Lindell; Daniel Navid; S.D. Martin; D.S. Saunders; Geoff Edwards; Rosemary Black; Geoff Lawler (with inclusion of article on Mitchell Dam from the Weekly Times; Julian McKee; Louise Elliot; R.J. Murphy (Debrett's); John Turner; Lorna Botham (includes newspaper clipping); Sue Slamen; Kerry Willis; C.D.R. Smith (for G.A. Letts to Dewar Goode: Dewar Goode to Editor, The Age; John Cain; Murray Silberman; D.A. Johnstone; G.A. Letts; Daniel Navid: Peter Black to Geoff Mosley:Age: 'Perpetual Lease Plan `Bloody Dreadful'', by Christabel Hirst 19 May 1982 (photocopy with manuscript annotations); 'Ez Sacks 91 Risden Workers', by David Uren 7 July 1982; 'Dam Compensation Unjustified', by Kenneth Davidson 28 June 1984; 'Rosebery: A Victim of the Recession', by Geraldine Brooks 17 July 1982; 'Comalco boosts Output Despite World Demand', by Ian Porter 7 July 1982; 'APPM Confirms the Shelving of Plans For New Pulp Mill', by Stephen Bartholomeusz [undated.; 'Businessmen Look For Solutions to Australia's Economic Ills', 15 July 1982; 'BHP Delay Ends Need For Dam: Conservationist', by Barbara Fih 3 May 1982; 'Hot Debate on Frozen Assets', by Vivian Carroll 5 May 1986. Dewar Goode: manuscript notes re Pamela Flack (and attendant correspondence with Peter Briffa of Harris, Stringer and Bird); typescript `Address to the Guests at the Commemoration Ceremony, Ferntree Gully National Park' 5 May 1982 (2 copies); typescript `Watering Inland Australia' with note `paper to the Arid Zone Conference in Broken Hill, 1982', also programme for same conference; collection of documents related to the production of article `Tasmania: a Dead Loss' [detailed listings in appropriate sections.; collection of business cards. Newsletters:Habitat: 'Impact of the Pastoral Industry on Australia's Arid Zone', by Dewar Goode, February 1982Australian Conservation Foundation Newsletter: 'Grazing in Australia's Arid Lands', March, 1982; Cuttings - source unknown: 'Massive Land Transfers Threaten Arid Lands'; 'Tasmania a Dead Loss', Letter to Editor by Dewar Goode, December 1982; 'Options Are Out', by Andree Evans 23 April 1986.Leaflet: 'Highlights of 25 Years of National Parks Administration, 1957-1982'; 'EZ - Big Company With Big Air Needs', marked `from Atlas Copco circular, July 1982'; ACF News Release 'Tasmania's Obsession Slated' 21 July 1982.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1982 - 1986    Quantity 1 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, Ephemera, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00153 Box Number 28 Series 4
GOOD00154 1983

Correspondence includes: Rosemary Black (`per Winty Calder'); Peter Roberts; Len H. Smith; J. Vine (for D.M. Calder); Don MacRae; Peter Akers; John Messer; Mary Wallace; Robert J. King; H.M. Russell; to Dewar Goode: Dewar Goode to Elisabeth Bilney. Dewar Goode: typescript (with annotations) on desertification entitled `Summary of ABC talk 5 March 1983' (2 copies); typescript - `The Arid Zone, Frog Rains and Drought' - for ABC talk 5 March 1983; Transcript of question period on Terry Lane's current affairs radio program (3LO), 23 May 1983; invitation to dinner at Melbourne Beefsteak Club, 25 March 1983; typescript `Comments' on `State (Victoria) Conservation Strategy' by Dewar Goode, 25 November 1983; `Discussion Paper on State Conservation Strategy', by Dewar Goode and Roelof Benthem, 19 October 1981; manuscript notes with headings `Land Use' and Advertiser 17 January 1983; typescript labelled 'Heritage' and titled `The Use and Development of Australia's Natural Resources', August 1983; programme for conference on `Agriculture and Conservation - Are We Doing Enough?', Wodonga, 15-16 August 1983; manuscript notes for `Talk to Rotary, Malvern' 14 September 1983; typescript entitled `The Necessity for a Unified Management Approach to Major Conservation Reserves in Victoria' with annotation `handed to me by Sam Dimmick mid December 1983'; manuscript notes on `The Two Repository Departments [:. National Museum [&. National Herbarium.The Bulletin: 'Face to Face with the `Greenies'' 26 July 1983.Newsletters:Australian Conservation Foundation Newsletter: 'Grazing in Australia's Arid Lands', by Dewar Goode, March 1982.Habitat: 'The Arid Zone, Frog Rains and Drought', by Dewar Goode, August, 1983.Rotary Club (Malvern) Bulletin: 7 September 1983 (complete).Parkwatch: review of 'The State of The Rivers' by Dewar Goode, Winter 1984.Extracts: [source unknown - ACF Newsletter?. maps and some text on desertification; National Trust paper, section 2 `Conservation Objectives for Victoria'.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1981 - 1984    Quantity 1.2 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Newsletters, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00154 Box Number 28 Series 4
GOOD00155 1984-1986

Correspondence: Roelof Benthem; Murray Silberman; Beverley Broadbent (with enclosure ACF Regulation 8 - Endowment Fund); Murray Wilcox; Geoff Mosley; Elizabeth Bilney; John W. Patrick; Alison Blake; Michael Crowe; Ian Hamer (includes conference programme for `Agriculture and Conservation', Wodonga 10-11 September 1986; Mary Wallace; Lindy Cochrane; Neil Clerehan; Mario Rodriguez Saene; David Scott; Deni Greene to Dewar Goode; Dewar Goode to Director-General, IUCN; Joan Kirner; Secretary, Local Government Commission; Chairman, LCC [David Scott.; Andrew McCutcheon; John Cain; Minister for Planning and Environment: Dewar Goode and Evan Walker re nomination of Sam Dimmick for Order of Australia. Dewar Goode: typescript notes on `The Group Farm Complex', April 1986; typescript entitled `The World in Agriculture as a Layman Sees it' with note `D. W. Goode [Dewar Goode. to Evan Walker'; typescript notes on `Land and Water Use Policy for Australia', by Dewar Goode 10 August 1986; manuscript note dated 20 May 1985; typescript headed `Rotary, Malvern 8 February 1986' and entitled `Conservation: What is it and Where is it Heading?' [unknown newspaper. 'Curiosities May Wire the World Lightly', by Calvin Miller, 5 May 1986.Age: 'In the Forest Battlefields of the East, Greenies and Sawmillers Can be Friends', by Leith Young 5 June 1986; 'No Crisis in the Country: Kirner', by Leith Young 11 July 1986. Circular: from Royal Society of Victoria re ANZAAS Festival of Science, August 1985.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1984 - 1986    Quantity 0.5 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00155 Box Number 28 Series 4
GOOD00156 1986

Correspondence: Philip Staindl (Private Secretary, Minister for Agriculture and Rural Affairs) to Dewar Goode. Dewar Goode to the Hon. Evan Walker, Minister for Agriculture. Dewar Goode, Notes: 'Notes for Discussion with the Minister for Agriculture, the Hon. Evan Walker', 21 May 1986; miscellaneous manuscript notes, 1986.Dewar Goode, Reports: to Rotary, Malvern, 'Conservation: What is it and Where is it heading?', 8 February 1986; 'The World in Agriculture as a Layman Sees It', 5 May 1986.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1986    Quantity 0.5 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00156 Box Number 28 Series 4
GOOD00157 1987-1990

Correspondence includes: Douglas Hill; Joan Kirner; Lily Schmidt (re talk to Nunawading group of Greening Australia, includes script of speech); Trish Edwards; Narelle Crux; Don Hayward; J.J. Wright; Marigold Southey; Margaret N. Goss to Dewar Goode: Dewar Goode to the Minister for Rural Water Supply (with enclosure on Mitchell River); R.A. Kenchington; Secretary, Department of Environment, Housing and Community Development: Michael Hogan to N.B. Reid re appointment of Dewar Goode as CCV representative to the `Inquiry into Electrical Supply and Demand Beyond the Mid 1990s'.Dewar Goode: typescript notes entitled `Mitchell River' with annotation `an enclosure to a letter to Andrew McCutcheon' 9 August 1987; typescript entitled `Conservation in the Year 1987 - What Have We Done?, by Dewar Goode; typescript notes on conservation ethic, fairly autobiographical 1 October 1987; manuscript notes (various) dated 19 October 1988.Age: 'Dieldrin Dangers Ignored: Report', by Damien Murphy 18 March 1988; 'Report Reviews Progress on Conservation Strategy', by Leith Young 23 March 1989; 'Lake Pedder, a Catalyst for Green-power Pioneers', by Andrew Darby 22 July 1989; 'Ranges Rebuff City Sprawl', by Jennifer Conley, 1990.The Examiner: 'How Wild Should State's Wilderness Be?', Editorial 17 April 1990.Circulars: 'Victoria's Biosphere Reserves', from National Parks Service.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1987 - 1990    Quantity 0.4 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00157 Box Number 28 Series 4
GOOD00158 1930s Press Clippings (Arid Zone) 1 - La Trobe Copies

File includes mainly photocopies of press clippings and typescript extracts from newspapers relating to the issues of droughts, irrigation, soil erosion and over-stocking in the arid zone of Australia, covering the period from 1935 to 1944, but also includes clippings from 1957, 1958. The originals are believed to be retained by the La Trobe Library. File also includes: correspondence; typescript drafts, synopses and articles by Dewar Goode; typescript and printed reports by Government Departments; journal articles on soil erosion and conservation by scientists such as Dr E. Sherbon Hills.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1935 - 1992    Quantity 2.2 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00158 Box Number 28 Series 4
GOOD00159 Press Clippings (Arid Zone) 2 - La Trobe Copies

File includes mainly photocopies of press clippings relating to the subjects of soil erosion, irrigation, and land use in Australia's arid zone, from 1944 to 1946. The originals are believed to be retained by the La Trobe Library. File also includes some correspondence and extracts from newspapers and journals.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1944 - 1946    Quantity 2.2 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00159 Box Number 28 Series 4
GOOD00160 Press Clippings, Articles - La Trobe Duplicates

File includes photocopies of press clippings, articles, reports, and correspondence on various subjects relating to the arid zone, irrigation, the pastoral industry, and land use, from 1947 to 1986. The file is comprised of loose papers, the originals being retained by the La Trobe Library.

THIS ITEM IS MISSING (noted by Rachel Tropea and Ann McCarthy 12 March 2008).

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1947 - 1986    Quantity 6.5 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00160 Box Number 28 Series 4
GOOD00990 Newsclippings - Environmentalism - Australian newspapers
[Part 1 of 6]

Inventory item opens with article entitled 'The fur is falling', Bulletin, 13/2/1990.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1990, Main dates: February - March 1990    Quantity 1.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier GOOD00990 Box Number 28 Series 4
GOOD00991 Newsclippings - Environmentalism - Australian newspapers
[Part 2 of 6]

Inventory item opens with article entitled 'Seen but not killed', Sunday Herald, 11 March 1990.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1990, Main dates: March - April 1990    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier GOOD00991 Box Number 29 Series 4
GOOD00992 Newsclippings - Environmentalism - Australian newspapers
[Part 3 of 6]

Inventory item opens with article entitled 'Cunningham pledge to timber men', Age, 20 March 1990.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1990, Main dates: March - April 1990    Quantity 1.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier GOOD00992 Box Number 29 Series 4
GOOD00993 Newsclippings - Environmentalism - Australian newspapers
[Part 4 of 6]

Inventory item opens with sheet entitled 'March Postscript'.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1990, Main dates: March - April 1990    Quantity 1.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier GOOD00993 Box Number 29 Series 4
GOOD00994 Newsclippings - Environmentalism - Australian newspapers
[Part 5 of 6]

Inventory item opens with article entitled 'Animals and Plants on Extra 1', Age, 7 April 1990.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1990, Main dates: April 1990    Quantity 1 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier GOOD00994 Box Number 29 Series 4
GOOD00995 Newsclippings - Environmentalism - Australian newspapers
[Part 6 of 6]

Inventory item opens with article entitled 'US cleans up environment as prelude to Earth Day', Age, 18 April 1990.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1990, Main dates: April 1990    Quantity 1.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier GOOD00995 Box Number 29 Series 4
GOOD00996 Conservation and Planning

Includes newsletters of the National Conservation Strategy of Victoria, and notes entitled 'Long Term Planning of Renewal Natural Resources'. Notes look to be policy related.

Material was originally housed in a small black ring binder.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range c. 1972 - c. 1994    Quantity 1 cm, 1 file
Formats Drafts, Newsletters and Loose Notes
Inventory Identifier GOOD00996 Box Number 29 Series 4

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