Series 20 - Articles, Drafts and Papers


Date Range1924 - 1991
Quantity39 cm, 28 items
ProvenanceDewar Wilson Goode
Description

The bulk of Dewar Goode's original articles and relevant background material, correspondence and reports. Newspaper clippings, papers, articles, reports, memoranda, correspondence. This series is a representation the articles and papers written by Dewar Goode, circa 1930 to 1960, published in various sources throughout Australia, mostly relating to his work in the field of environmetal planning.


Inventory Listing

GOOD00638 Articles and Papers, 1935 - 1936

Press clippings, Dewar Goode: 'Will Australia Become Another Sahara? Arid Areas Must Be Closed to Stock', Adelaide Mail, 27 April 1935; Press clippings: 'Fighting Pastoral Drift - Action to Check Decay of Outback Areas to Arid Wastes', re Goode's article (27/4/35), Adelaide Mail, 4 May 1935, copy; 'Good Rains in North-West - Seasonal Outlook Brighter In Some Districts - More Falls Expected', Advertiser, 29 August 1935; 'Soil Drift Increasing - Movement in S. A. Called Alarming - Report Released - Effect of Drought, Rabbits and Overstocking', Chronicle, 7 May 1936, copy; Papers: F. N. Ratcliffe, 'Soil Drift in the Arid Pastoral Areas of South Australia', CSIR pamphlet No. 36, 1936, copy.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1942 - 1943    Quantity 0.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings, Published Papers or Articles and Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00638 Box Number 64 Series 20
GOOD00639 Articles and Correspondence, 1942 - 1943

Press clippings, Dewar Goode: 'Soil Erosion', letter, Adelaide News, 14 October 1942; 'Erosion Control', letter, Advertiser, 15 October 1935; 'Wasting The Good Earth', letter, News, 17 October 1942; Letter to Editor, Stock and Station Journal, 4 November 1942; 'Soil Erosion', letter, News, 31 February 1943; Press clippings: 'Measures to Fight Soil Erosion', News, 14 October 1942; 'News and Notes - Soil Erosion', Education Gazette, South Australia; 'Education on Soil Erosion', L. Riches and S. W. Jeffries, Hansard, Assembly(?), 16 February 1942; Correspondence: Dr Charles Fenner, Director of Education, and Dewar Goode; Dewar Goode and W. J. Scully; Rural Reconstruction Commission to Dewar Goode, with copy of evidence submitted to the Commission by Goode, 'The Menace of Erosion'; C. M. Hambidge and R. I. Herriott, Department. of Lands, to Goode; Lin Riches, Mayor of Port Augusta, to Goode; J. M. R. Deerworth (?), Legislative Council of South Australia, to Goode.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1942 - 1943    Quantity 0.3 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier GOOD00639 Box Number 64 Series 20
GOOD00640 Articles and Papers, 1944

Press clippings, Dewar Goode: 'Authorities Condemn Plan For Watering Central Australia', Stock and Land, 12 April 1944; 'Soil Is A Basic Asset - Lack of Trained Men Holds Up Programme', reprint from Stock and Station Journal, 1944 (plus annotated copy); Press clippings: 'Checking Soil Erosion - State's Work in Conservation', and 'National Policy on Soil Erosion', Advertiser, 2 December 1944; Memoranda, Dewar Goode to: C. M. Donald re Bradfield's Scheme; Department. of Information; Draft articles, letters, Dewar Goode: 'Watering Central Australia' (2 documents); Dewar Goode to Editor, Age, re 'Inland Sea'.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1944    Quantity 0.2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings and Published Papers or Articles
Inventory Identifier GOOD00640 Box Number 64 Series 20
GOOD00641 Reports to WOI, Dewar Goode

Articles written by Dewar Goode as reports for the Commonwealth Department of WOI and since forming the basis of articles and other reports: 'Watering Inland Australia',(3 documents) re Bradfield Scheme, William Hatfield's 'Vision Splendid', H. P. Higginson's views; 'The Payne Report - 10 October 1937'; 'Our Wide Open Spaces'; 'Artesian Water'; 'The Myth of Open Spaces - Forsyth, Comments by Dewar Goode'; 'Developing the Interior', extract from Stock and Station Journal.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1942 - 1944    Quantity 0.2 cm, 1 file
Formats Reports and Published Papers or Articles
Inventory Identifier GOOD00641 Box Number 64 Series 20
GOOD00642 Articles, Papers, Correspondence, 1945 - 1947

Transcript of talk given at Rostrum Club by Dewar Goode on Soil Erosion; Liberal Party of Australia, Victoria Division, Rural Policy Report, 19 March 1947; Memoranda: Dewar Goode to Rudduck re 'Murray Catchment Area'; Extracts: 'Artesian Shrinkage. Investigations Complete', Queensland Country Life; Correspondence: Dewar Goode to D. H. Merry(?) re Wool; K. C. Wilson; George Jenkins; J. B. Chifley, Prime Minister, to Dewar Goode; Press clippings, Dewar Goode: 'Soil Erosion In The Glenelg Region', Coleraine Albion, 20 March 1947.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1945 - 1947    Quantity 0.2 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Reports and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier GOOD00642 Box Number 87 Series 20
GOOD00643 Articles, Papers, Correspondence, 1948 - 1950

Notes, Dewar Goode: Victorian Soil Conservation Act; Decentralisation of Industry; State Land Tax; War Service Land Settlement; Correspondence: A. S. Brown, Regional Planning Division PWR, to Dewar Goode re Murray Valley, Northern Territory, Eastern Plateau, with attached Extracts from the Northern Australia Regional Resources Bibliography; Press clippings, Dewar Goode: 'Soil Erosion', letter, Coleraine Albion, 3 November 1949 (x2); Press clippings, Coleraine Albion: 'Soil Erosion In Coleraine District', 27 October 1949; 'Formation of River Improvement District Agreed To At Public Meeting', 8 December 1949; 'A. P. P. U. ', report on meeting, 30 March 1950.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1948 - 1950    Quantity 0.2 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier GOOD00643 Box Number 64 Series 20
GOOD00644 Articles, Papers, Correspondence, 1950 - 1952

Correspondence: Dewar Goode and Eric J. Harrison, Minister for Defence, with letter attached to Harrison from R. G. Casey, Minister for Works and Housing; Press clippings, Dewar Goode: 'Soil and Wildlife Conservation - Plea For Co-operation By People of Sincere Public Spirit', 8 July 1950, 'Conservation Vital To The Community - Highways and Roadways Set Grave Problems', 13 July 1950, 'Conservation and the Wide Open Spaces of Central Australia - Need For Action Emphasised By Knowing Deterioration Of The Inland', 15 July 1950, 'Conservation and Minerals - A Real Problem For All Australians', 15 July 1950, 'Forests and Afforestation - A Plea For Sanity In Safeguarding Australia's National Assets', 22 July 1950; 'Soil Conservation and Erosion - Valuable Lessons To Be Learned By Examining Earlier Mistakes', 25 July 1950, series in Hamilton Spectator; 'Soil Conservation and Erosion', 7 December 1950, 'Soil Conservation Not New - Problem World-Wide', 4 January 1951, 'Soil and Wild Life Conservation', 1 February 1951, Coleraine Albion; 'Not All Farmers Make Fortunes', letter, Age, 16 August 1952; Press clippings: 'Soil Conservation Field Day Arouses Interest', Coleraine Albion, 20 July 1950; 'Strong Protests Against Wool Tax At Gringegalgona APPU Meeting', Coleraine Albion; 'APPU Will Try Lectures to Revive Interest', Coleraine Albion, 28 February 1952.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1950 - 1952    Quantity 0.8 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier GOOD00644 Box Number 64 Series 20
GOOD00645 Articles, Correspondence, 1952 - 1953

Correspondence: R. A. Yeoman, APPU, to Dewar Goode; Press clippings, Dewar Goode: 'Floods Caused by Misuse of Land', 23 July 1952, and 'Road and Rail Transport Problems - Immediate Investigation Needed', 26 February 1953, Victorian Producer; 'Our Prosperity from the Land', letter, reply to Sir Frederic Eggleston, Age, 27 March 1953; Dewar Goode in Australian Producer: 'What the Snowy Project Is To Primary Producers', 23 May 1953; 'The Geography of Hunger', by Josie de Castro, book review, 10 June 1953; 'Australia's Prosperity Comes From The Land', 29 July 1953; 'Wheat Growers and Production Pressure', 2 September 1953; 'Facts About the Snowy Scheme', 11 October 1953; 'National Problems Face The Economy', 5 August 1953; Press clippings: ''Wonder' Soil Treatment for Local Experiment - Brim Brim Test Plots Only Private Land in Australia to be Treated', interview with Dewar Goode re Krilium, Coleraine Albion, 16 October 1952; '60m. Snowy Move', Australian Producer, 23 May 1953; 'Hamilton D. C. Meeting', Australian Producer, 3 June 1953.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1952 - 1953    Quantity 0.5 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier GOOD00645 Box Number 64 Series 20
GOOD00646 Articles, Papers, Correspondence, 1953 - 1954

Press clippings, Dewar Goode: 'Review the Snowy Scheme! Atomic Power Will Change Conditions', Victorian Producer, 21 January 1954; 'Conservation Of Soil Lifts Food Output', Victorian Producer, 30 May 1954; 'Land Use Committee Visits Snowy Scheme', Victorian Producer, 7 April 1954; 'Research Essential To Prevent Floods', Victorian Producer, 28 July 1954; 'Land Use Committee', report, 14 July 1954 (source?); Dewar Goode in Australian Producer, 1954: 'Review the Snowy Scheme? Atom Power Will Alter Conditions', 17 February; 'Factors in Future of Irrigation', 31 March; 'What The Kosciusko Plateau Means To Farmers', 19 May; 'Works Associated With Land Use Must Be Co-ordinated', 23 June; 'Where Does Soil Erosion Start In Your District?', 2 June, reprinted 10 July; 'Meeting Highlights League's Activities', 13 October 1954; 'More Finance Needed For Conservation', 18 November; Press clippings: 'Victorian Land Use Committee Meeting', Australian Producer, 10 February 1954; 'Protest Meetings On Transport Bill', Victorian Producer, 9 December 1953; 'Land Use Committee to Tour Snowy Area', NSW Producer, 25 March 1954; 'Irrigation and Land Use' and 'Soil Surveys', editorial, Australian Producer, 2 June 1954; 'Chairman's Report - Vital Problems Face Land Use Committee', Australian Producer, 14 July 1954; 'APPU Conference - More Drainage Schemes Wanted in Rural Victoria', Leader, 21 July, 1954; 'At the Federal Conference', photograph of Dewar Goode and D. C. Moore, NSW Producer, 28 October 1954; 'Not Enough Money Being Spent on Conservation' and 'Steady Progress By NRC League', Victorian Producer, 8 December 1954; 'Guard Against Erosion Vital', Victorian Producer, 24 November 1954; Press clippings, I. L. Waight, 'News From The Federal Office', NSW Producer: 5 November 1953; 23 September 1954; 4 November, 1954. I. L. Waight, 'Federal Office News' in Victorian Producer: 'Federal Land Use Committee', 4 November 1953; 'Inspection of the Snowy Mountains Areas', 21 March 1954; 'Federal Council'; 'Federal President's Busy Tour', 7 April 1954; Dewar Goode, APPU Federal Council, Reports, 1954: 'Federal Land Use', 24 March; 'Federal Land Use - Report of the Snowy Mountains Trip', 29 April; 'Federal Land Use Committee' re Alpine Conservation, 6 May; 'What the Kosciusko Plateau Means to Farmers', 13 May; 'The Tragedy of Fire', 26 May; 'Where Does Soil Erosion Start in Your District?', 26 May; 'Deputation to Soil Conservation Service, NSW', 22 October; 'Federal Land Use Committee'; 'Reports, etc. re Alpine Regions', bibliography, 25 October; Notes from 'Executive Meeting of the Natural Resources Conservation League', Dewar Goode, 29 October 1954, with notes attached re an approach to the Forests Commission; Correspondence: S. T. Smith, Senior Soil Research Officer, Department. of Agriculture, WA, to Dewar Goode, re soil salinity; Prof. S. M. Wadham to Dewar Goode re salinity; H. F. C. Nevill to Goode re ditching.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1953 - 1954    Quantity 1.4 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier GOOD00646 Box Number 64 Series 20
GOOD00647 Articles, Correspondence, 1954 - 1955

Press clippings re bushfires, 1955, Hamilton Spectator: 'Agistment Urgently Required For 40,000 Sheep, 5000 Cattle in District', 6 January; 'Assistance For Fire Victims Sought From Premier Today', 11 January; 'Producers' Union Seeks Fodder and Fencing for Fire Victims', 4 January; 'Government Approached With Fire Assistance Appeal', 8 January; 'This Lesson Cost the District a Fortune', editorial, 6 January; 'Subsidies to Reduce Fencing Price to Fire Victims', 15 January; Press clippings re bushfires, Victorian Producer: 'Fire Relief Committee', 26 January; 'Union Helps Fire Victims', 5 January; 'Bushfire Co-ordinating Relief Committee Set Up At Hamilton', 19 January; 'Special Meeting Deals With Bushfire Relief', 2 February; 'Action Taken On Colac Lakes Problem Outlined', 9 March; 'Prompt Assistance By Union For Aid For Bushfire Victims', 12 January; Press clippings, 1955: 'District APPU Moves Quickly', Coleraine Albion, 6 January; ''Grand Job' Says Minister on Relief Work', Coleraine Albion, 20 January; 'South-West Rivers Are Carrying Away A Basic Asset', Toowoomba Herald, 27 January; 'Union's Federal Council Discusses Flood Control', NSW Producer, 24 March; 'Snowy River Catchment', Victorian Producer, 2 March; 'Flood Control Measures', Victorian Producer, 22 June; '3 million scheme to drain lake', re Lake Corangamite, Herald, 13 July; 'APPU Conference, Draining Lakes', Leader, 20 July; 'Union puts lake drain plan', Argus, 26 July; Press clippings, Dewar Goode: 'Federal Land Use Committee', report on deputation to G. W. Vincent, with letters from C. J. Jacka and Ministry for Forests to I. L. Waight SA Producer; 'There Are No Reasons For An Open Channel', Victorian Producer, 22 December 1954; 'The Menace of Erosion', letter, Age, 22 March, 1955; 'Rocklands Dam and the Glenelg River', Victorian Producer, 9 March; 'Inspection of Snowy Areas', Victorian Producer, 20 April; 'District Committee Has Its Problems', 27 April (source?); 'Floods Do Not Come From Improved Pastures', Australian Producer, 19 May (& copy); 'Best in Land Use Principles Vital', Victorian Producer, 18 May; 'The Soil is Not a Machine', Victorian Producer, 25 July; ''The Living Soil' By Lady Eve Balfour', book review, and 'Planting Time For Trees', Victorian Producer(?); I. L. Waight, 'From Federal Office': 'Land Use Committee', 10 March; 'Snowy Scheme'. I. L. Waight, 'Federal Office News', Victorian Producer: 'Union's Land Use Committee', 2 March 1955; Correspondence: P. F. Pollnitz, Ministry for Agriculture, SA, to Dewar Goode.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1954 - 1955    Quantity 0.8 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier GOOD00647 Box Number 64 Series 20
GOOD00648 Articles, Papers, Correspondence, 1955

Correspondence: H. F. C. (Bill) Nevill to Dewar Goode with preliminary estimates of drainage tunnel at Corangamite, time schedule; Reports: H. F. C. Nevill, 'Preliminary Estimate of Cost of Driving a 12 Ft. Diameter Drainage Tunnel From Tomahawk Creek to Lake Corangamite', 24 June 1955; Dewar Goode, APPU Federal Council, 'The Conservation, Development and Provision of Timber Resources in New South Wales', 2 August; Press clippings, 1955: 'Western District Pasture Research Station Proposed; CSIRO Man Is Coming Here Soon', Hamilton Spectator, 23 July; 'Plan To Drain Corangamite', Victorian Producer, 23 July; 'Vital Meting Will Discuss Research Station' and 'Research Station Meeting Comment By Mr Goode', Hamilton Spectator, 18 August; '2m. Plan To Open Up Land At Colac', Sun, 14 July; 'Drainage of Lake Corangamite - Statement by Mr. D. Goode' and 'Drainage of Lake Corangamite', Colac Herald, 29 July; 'Big Scheme To 'Dry Out' Land At Lake', Herald, 13 July; 'The Hydrologic Cycle', diagram, Herald, 17 August; 'National Parks Move Will Be Supported', Hamilton Spectator, 18 August; 'Corangamite Plan: Colac Support', Victorian Producer, 7 August; 'Submission By Land Use Committee' re Corangamite, Victorian Producer, 21 July; Press clippings, Dewar Goode: 'Super-yields can come from spray irrigation', Australian Producer, 3 August; 'District Expert Claims That Need is for Grassland Research Station; Best is in Wales' and 'More Funds Wanted for Work on Soil Conservation', Hamilton Spectator, 28 July; Notes, Dewar Goode: discussion with SR&WSC officials re Corangamite Tunnel.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1955    Quantity 0.5 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier GOOD00648 Box Number 64 Series 20
GOOD00649 Articles, Papers, Correspondence, 1955 - 1956

Press clippings, I. L. Waight, 'Federal Office News', Victorian Producer: 'Meetings in Melbourne', 19 September 1955; 'National Parks' (date?); Press clippings: 'National park meeting on 27th', Victorian Producer, 21 September 1955; 'National Parks Move Will Be Supported', Hamilton Spectator, 18 August 1955; John Hetherington, re shortage of National Parks, Age, 6 January 1956; 'Latrobe Valley sewer opposed', Victorian Producer, 14 March 1956; 'Land Use Committee Meeting - Chairman reports on urgent problems', Victorian Producer, 30 November 1955; 'Proper Land Use Urged to Check NSW Flooding', The Leader, 23 March 1955; 'Union Urges Flood Control Measures', Victorian Producer, 16 March 1955; 'ABC Talk Broadcast', interview with Dewar Goode re flood control (source?); 'Trees are own reward', editorial, Coleraine Albion, 12 April 1956; Press clippings, Dewar Goode: 'Research and Use of Our Water Resources', Victorian Producer, 17 August 1955; 'Land Use Committee Chairman Explains Aspects of Grassland Research Development', Hamilton Spectator, 1 September 1955; 'Like floods, fire menace seems to be accepted as national phenomenon but have we really probed bush fires?', NSW Producer, 27 October 1955; 'Roadside Soil Conservation', letter, Age, 13 April 1956; 'Few fires but be prepared', NSW Producer, 26 April 1956; 'APPU Delegates Inspect Tasmanian Research Farm', 25 November, and 'Visit to the Tas. Research Farm', 30 November, 1955 (Parts 1 & 2) Victorian Producer; 'Tasmania - Erosion and Other Things', Australian Producer, 7 December 1955; 'Flood Control - Highland Farmers' Vital Part', NSW Producer, 29 March 1956; 'Water For Portland Could Be Costly', Australian Producer, 5 April 1956; 'Water and Power From The Snowy Depend On Soil Conservation', reprint from Chronicle (date); Circular, 'National Parks', Dewar Goode and J. Ros Garnet re meeting of NPA and APPU; Correspondence: E. S. Clayton, Soil Conservation Service NSW to I. L. Waight; C. H. Hammond, APPU, to Dewar Goode re Lake Corangamite; Bill Nevill to Dewar Goode; T. A. (Tom) Darcy, MHR, to Dewar Goode; P. F. Pollnitz to Dewar Goode; Notes, Dewar Goode: re 'Approach to the Forests Commission'; Executive meeting of the NRCL; copy of letter from Eric Lang to A. E. Wilkie, Save The Forests Campaign; 'Forests'.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1955 - 1956    Quantity 0.4 cm, 1 file
Formats Drafts and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier GOOD00649 Box Number 64 Series 20
GOOD00650 Duplicates

Press clippings, Dewar Goode: 'Conservation Vital To The Community - Highways and Roadways Set Grave Problems', Hamilton Spectator, 13 July 1950; 'Soil Conservation and Erosion - Valuable Lessons To Be Learned By Examining Earlier Mistakes', Hamilton Spectator, 25 July 1950; 'Not All Farmers Make Fortune', letter, Age, 16 August 1952; 'Research Essential To Prevent Floods', Victorian Producer, 28 July 1954; 'More Finance Needed For Conservation', 18 November 1954; 'Works Associated With Land Use Must Be Co-ordinated', Australian Producer, 23 June 1954; 'There Are No Reasons For An Open Channel', Victorian Producer, 23 February 1955; Press clippings: 'APPU will try lectures to revive interest', Coleraine Albion, 28 February 1952; 'Action Taken On Colac Lakes Problem Outlined', Victorian Producer, 9 March 1955; '3 million scheme to drain lake', Herald, 13 September 1955; 'APPU Conference, Draining Lakes', Leader, 20 July 1955; 'Union puts lake drain plan', Argus, 26 July 1955; 'Western District Pasture Research Station Proposed; CSIRO Man Is Coming Here Soon', Hamilton Spectator, 23 July 1955; 'Plan To Drain Corangamite', Victorian Producer, 23 July 1955; 'Drainage of Lake Corangamite', Herald, 29 July 1955; 'Big Scheme to 'Dry Out' Land at Lake', Herald, 13 July 1955; I. L. Waight, 'Federal Office News - Meetings in Melbourne', 19 September 1955; 'National park meeting on 27th', Victorian Producer, 21 September 1955; 'National Parks Move Will Be Supported', Hamilton Spectator, 18 August; Reports: Dewar Goode to APPU Federal Council, 'The Conservation, Development and Provision of Timber Resources in New South Wales', 2 August 1955.

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Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1950 - 1955    Quantity 0.1 cm, 1 file
Formats Drafts, Ephemera, News Clippings, Newsletters and Loose Notes
Inventory Identifier GOOD00650 Box Number 64 Series 20
GOOD00651 Reference Material, Notes & Drafts - Landscape Preservation Council

A miscellaneous collection of manuscript & typescript notes and drafts for articles, published articles & reports, memoranda, correspondence and press clippings on aspects of Landscape Planning and Conservation from 1962 to 1987. Material collected while Dewar Goode a member of LPC of National Trust of Victoria. Drafts: 'The Mornington Peninsula', A Survey by the Landscape Classification Committee of the National Trust of Australia (Victoria), 1973; Dewar Goode, 'Landscape Planning & Classification', 1973; NTA (Victoria), 'Landscape Planning', c1971 or 1972; George Wright, 'Classified Landscape', undated; ?Dewar Goode, original draft of 'Rape of the Fair Country', published in the Age, 11 July 1966; Dewar Goode, 'Brim Brim', 21 September 1987; draft report of the Landscape Preservation Council Reorganisation Committee, undated; & miscellaneous untitled notes and drafts by Dewar Goode on the subjects of land use and environmental legislation, recreation, farm forestry, extractive industries & landscape planning. Reports: Dewar Goode, 'Mitta Mitta River', 15 July 1974. Correspondence: draft letter from Dewar Goode to the Editors of the Herald, Sun News Pictorial, & the Age, and J. D. Fagan, Secretary of Municipal Association of Victoria 29 April 1966; A. L. Benallack, Forests Commission of Victoria, Dr A. A. Dawson, Australian Primary Producers' Union, 30 September 1966; to Felicity Faris, Director of CCV, 20 September 1987. Letter to Dewar Goode from A. A. Dawson, APPU, 26 September 1966. Correspondence between M. R. Jacobs, Australian Forestry Council and A. A. Dawson, 21 September 1966, 26 September 1966; John S. Turner, Chairman Landscape Advisory Committee, National Trust to S. R. Birch, Administrator, National Trust, 18 September 1974; John Morris, Director, National Trust (New South Wales) to Warwick Forge, National Trust (Victoria), 27 August 1974; Warwick Forge to Administrator, National Trust (?S. R. Birch), 30 September 1975. Published Articles: Sylvia Crowe, 'Civilisation and the Landscape', from The Smithsonian Report for 1962, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, 1963; 'Safeguarding the Victorian Landscape', Landscape Preservation Council of the National Trust (Victoria), undated; extract from 'Planning & Housing', Britain: An Official Handbook, 1967; 'Principle has already been accepted', Report to Victoria, 1964 re regional authority form of administration; photocopy of article from uncited journal by Floyd E. Dominy, 'The American Federal Reclamation Program', 1962. Press clippings: 'Suburbs on the Outer - 'Poles, hepatitis, cut trees'', the Sun, 28 April 1966; 'The Greenhouse Effect', the Age, 18 March 1988; 'Cities need to plan for People', the Age, 23 October 1974.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1962 - 1987    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, Ephemera, News Clippings, Loose Notes and Published Papers or Articles
Inventory Identifier GOOD00651 Box Number 64 Series 20
GOOD00652 Draft Articles, Reference Material and Notes - Land Use and Conservation

Miscellaneous collection of manuscript & typescript notes and drafts for articles, and policy documents by Conservation organisations, reference materials, published articles, correspondence and press clippings on the subjects of land use, landscape planning and conservation, from 1947 to 1988. Drafts by Dewar Goode: 'Long Term Planning', NRCL Annual General Meeting, 10 June 1987; 'A Strategy for the Conservation of Australia's Arid Lands', modifications by Dewar Goode, 28 August 1982; 'CCV Policy', 14 July 1972; 'Roads', ABC Broadcasts, 12 May 1965; 'Base Material for Articles etc', undated; 'Draft', 26 April 1988; drafts of Dewar Goode's Curriculum Vitae; 'Conservation in the Year 1987 - What Have We Done?', 1987; draft on 'Recreational Values of Land', written at Brim Brim, undated; 'The Dead Heart', 20 June 1957; various manuscript and typescript drafts on 'Long Term Planning', 15 May 1987, 10 March 1988, 26 April 1988. Correspondence: draft letter from Dewar Goode to Felicity Faris, CCV, undated, re Inquiry into Electricity Supply & Demand beyond the mid 1990s; draft letter to Rupert Hamer, undated; the Editor, Age, 10 May 1988; Rt Hon Malcolm Fraser, 15 June 1988; to Joyce?, 20 July 1962. To Dewar Goode: from Vera Velickovic, Secretary, Natural Resources and Environment Committee 24 August 1987; Felicity Faris, Director CCV, 1 September 1987. Published Articles: Dr Ian McTaggart Cowan, 'Conservation and Man's Environment', Nature, 18 December 1965; 'Inquiry into Electricity Supply and Demand Beyond the Mid-1990s', Natural Resources and Environment Committee, Parliament of Victoria, Information Update No 3, July 1987. Press clippings: 'The Diving Rod', The Coleraine Albion, 27 February 1947; 'Is Rainfall Affected by Felling of Scrub?', ?The Coleraine Albion, no date; 'Conservationists to join farmers on land issues', Age, 8 December 1987; 'Government Proposes Forests Accord', Age, 30 April 1988; 'Farmers, conservationists put differences aside to save the soil',Age, 24 April 1988; 'Farmers angered by loss of grazing land to pines', Age, 10 June 1986.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1947 - 1988    Quantity 2.8 cm, 1 file
Formats Drafts and Loose Notes
Inventory Identifier GOOD00652 Box Number 64 Series 20
GOOD00653 Draft Papers

Collection of miscellaneous manuscript and typescript draft papers on land use, nature conservation, science in agriculture and other related subjects from 1959 to 1984. Also includes press clipping 'Rural Science Needs to be Fostered', ?Age, 23 June 1959.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1959 - 1984    Quantity 1.1 cm, 1 file
Formats Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes and Books
Inventory Identifier GOOD00653 Box Number 64 Series 20
GOOD00654 Draft Papers and Notes

Assorted manuscript and typescript drafts and notes, correspondence and press clippings on soil conservation, forests, Aborigines, mission work in South Australia, the Lorne Planning Scheme, Mt Pilot State Park and other land use subjects from 1942 to 1990. Correspondence includes letter from Libby Robin to Dewar Goode, 25 January 1990. File also includes business papers for the annual conference of the Wool Produce section of the Australian Primary Producers' Union, 31 May 1950.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1942 - 1990    Quantity 0.9 cm, 1 file
Formats Drafts, News Clippings, Loose Notes and Specifications
Inventory Identifier GOOD00654 Box Number 64 Series 20
GOOD00655 Incomplete Notes & Press Clippings

Assorted collection of incomplete manuscript and typescript notes, photocopies of press clippings and strategic study extracts relating to Salinity Control in Victoria, the Mitchell River Dam, Myrtleford Paper/Pulp Project, Snowy Mountains Scheme and other land use and conservation subects covering the period from 1947 to 1984. Some copies of press clippings incomplete. Strategic Study: pp 10-13 only of 'Salinity Control in Northern Victoria', a strategic study of the Salinity Committee, Parliament of Victoria, June 1984. Press clippings: 'Erosion Problem in Northern Marginal Areas', Adelaide Chronicle, 23 October 1947; 'Proposed dam [Mitchell River. threatens rare fish', Age, 3 September 1979; '$13. 5m for dam to help 99 farmers', Age, 30 August 1979.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1947 - 1984    Quantity 0.4 cm, 1 file
Formats Reports
Inventory Identifier GOOD00655 Box Number 65 Series 20
GOOD00656 Original Copies of Article - 'Watering Central Australia'

Original typescript copies of Dewar Goode's article, 'Watering Central Australia', published in the Adelaide Stock & Station Journal, 12 April 1944 and in the APPU Producer, 15 April 1944. Copies inscribed by Dewar Goode to The Hon G. F. Jenkins, The Hon Sir Robert D. Nicholls, R. J. Heriot, Lin. Riches, Mr Thomas, Mrs Marshall, G. W. Leeper, A. H. Peters, The Hon T. Playford, & Dr C. T. Madigan, and all dated 4 April 1944. Note by Dewar Goode, 12 August 1988, records that 'original copies slightly amended as suggested by Madigan, Leeper & Marshall'.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1944 - 1988    Quantity 0.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Drafts, News Clippings and Loose Notes
Inventory Identifier GOOD00656 Box Number 65 Series 20
GOOD00657 Notes, Original Drafts of Articles

Miscellaneous collection of manuscript and typescript notes, master copies of drafts for articles on National Parks, Landscape Preservation, Planning & Classification, Recreation and other Heritage topics, dating from 1946 to 1983. File also includes some items of correspondence and press clippings. Drafts by Dewar Goode: 'National Parks & Preservation of the Countryside', undated; 'Heritage - The Impact of the European and his Hard-hoofed domestic Animals on the Landscape and Economy', August 1983; untitled typescript article on population growth, pollution & land use written by Dewar Goode as Vice-Chairman of LPC of IUCN, 1964.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1946 - 1988    Quantity 2.2 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Reports, News Clippings and Loose Notes
Inventory Identifier GOOD00657 Box Number 65 Series 20
GOOD00658 Surplus Duplicates and Reference Papers - Water Resources

File so titled by Dewar Goode includes manuscript and typescript notes, drafts and articles, reference papers, report extracts, press statements, correspondence and press clippings on ground water hydrology & irrigation, water conservation, salinity, a hydro-meteorological service and other topics relating to Australia's water resources, covering the period from 1944 to 1965. Report Extracts and Press Statements: 'Official Report arising from discussion group on Ground-Water Hydrology', CSIRO Merbein, 13-15 November 1956; report marked 'Not for Publication', 'The Underground Water Conference of Australia', 12 May 1961; press statements by The Hon Allen Fairhall, Minister for the Interior, 'Plans for Hydro-Meteorological Service', 15 September & 25 October 1957, 'Water Conservation and Flood Prevention Service', 24 October 1957; press statements by NSW Department of Conservation, 'Menindee Lakes Storage Scheme - Progress of Work', 12 September 1960, '47 'Kooba' Farms Available'. 6 November 1961; extract from report 'A Water Policy for the American People', The President's Water Resources Policy Commission of the USA, December 1950, circulated by Dewar Goode to APPU. 10 May 1956. Advisory Notice: copy of notice from US Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service to US State Conservationists re 'Water Resources Planning Act of 1961', 20 July 1961. Articles: 'Using Salty Water' and related articles, Country Hour Journal, January 1956; E. Sherbon Hills, 'Hydrology', Australian Journal of Science, 1956; 'Water Policy: Plans not 'Intuition' wanted', Riverlander, November 1962; C. R. G. Reid, 'The Water Wobble - call for Action Now', Riverlander, December 1962. Press Clippings: includes Professor C. H. Munro, 'Water', The Bulletin, 7 December 1955; 'Taming the River Tennessee', Age, 18 September 1956; 'Submersible Pumping', The Producer, 22 November 1961; from the Age, 'Trees and Rainfall', 20 August 1956, 'Still Much to Learn about Water Resources', 21 March 1963, 'New Water Body Formed', 29 November 1962; 'Dam the Water', Bairnsdale Advertiser, c9 January 1963; 'Water Problems Now Acute' & 'Water Research', The Tasmanian Farmer, 10 January 1963.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1944 - 1965    Quantity 1 cm, 1 file
Formats Drafts, Ephemera, News Clippings and Loose Notes
Inventory Identifier GOOD00658 Box Number 65 Series 20
GOOD00659 Working Files - 1

File includes articles, reports, conference papers, drafts, notes, correspondence and press clippings on a wide range of Landscape Preservation and Conservation issues such as bush fires & fuel reduction burning, the greenhouse effect, landscape classification & aesthetic appreciation, forestry, the arid zone & rangeland grazing, and land use policy, covering the period from 1968 to 1991. Correspondence: Dewar Goode and Ros Kelly, Minister for the Environment re erosion and the greenhouse effect; W. Borthwick, Minister for Conservation re proposed Albury newsprint mill; Dr J. G. Mosley, ACF; Warwick Forge, National Trust of Australia (NTA) re landscape classification of Trust properties. Dewar Goode to the Editor, Age, re bushfires; Dr Bob Smith, Department of Conservation & Environment; Alec Nicholson, Resource Assessment Commission; Rodney Davidson, Director of NTA re Archaeological Relics Advisory Committee; R. J. Hamer re Landscape Planning conference; J. M. Balfour, Minister for Fuel & Power re Dederang to Wodonga transmission line; Vasey Houghton re over-logging of Alpine National Parks; Malcolm Fraser, Prime Minister re arid zone. To Dewar Goode from Nan Oates; Philip Rich for Minister for Agriculture & Rural Affairs; Dr Bob Vines, CSIRO re forest fire problem; J. C. Fraser, EPA re NTA's Landscape Classification Committee. D. J. Lenne, Forests Commission to K. Willis, Roadsides Conservation Committee re fire resistant trees. Dewar Goode's Articles, Notes & Papers: 'Fire Protection', a discussion paper for NTA, undated; 'Landscape Classification - Report to Council' for NTA, 28 March 1972; Draft Report on Langford Feed Lot at 'Eskdale', Powranna, Tasmania, for Environmental Planning Committee of TCPA, 2 January 1975; 'National Parks and Nature Conservation Program for Victoria', 22 July 1975; 'Landscape Classification' for NTA, 28 April 1976; '330 K. V. Transmission Line from Dederang to Wodonga' for NTA, 3 December 1976; 'Situation Summary - Australian Newsprint Mills Project', undated but c1977; 'River Murray', 6 August 1977; 'Challenge of the River Murray', Habitat, October 1978; 'Forests Commission of Victoria: United Shire of Beechworth', re planting of softwoods, 3 & 12 December 1979; notes on Blairgowrie-Stringer & Myers Roads private scheme, 20 September 1977; transcript of ABC talk, 'The Arid Zone, Frog Rains and Drought', 5 March 1983; 'Our Arid Pastoral Lands: the Rangelands', 6 April 1984; incomplete photocopy of article, 'The impact of hard-hoofed animals on the landscape', Heritage, Winter 1984; typescript draft, 'The impact of the European and his hard-hoofed animals on the landscape and economy', 17 August 1983; 'National Land Use Policy', 14 December 1972; 'Resource Planning Management', 10 March 1978; 'Impressions of 'Once Over Logging' or 'Clear Felling'', 22 September 1980. Articles & Papers: A. J. Leslie, ''The international logic of a high-value policy for Australian hardwood forests', paper presented at Hardwood Forests Conference, ANU, Canberra, 27 November 1985; Neil D. McGlashan, 'The 1975 Proposals for Rural Landscape Conservation in Tasmania', discussion paper for ACF Symposium, 15-17 August 1975; R. G. Vines, 'The Forest Fire Problem in Australia - a survey of past attitudes and modern practices', The Australian Science Teachers' Journal, undated but 1968 (see correspondence); precis by D. W. Goode of paper by Athol Hodgson, 'Fire Management in Eucalypt Forests', Tall Timber Ecology Conference, 6-7 March 1967; G. Wright, 'Aesthetic Appreciation of Landscape', undated, for TCPB. Press clippings: includes 'Fighting Bushfires with Fire', Australian, 7 December 1968; 'Scientists find less Arctic ozone', ?Age, 14 July 1989; Graeme O'Neill, 'Who's looking after the unfashionable?', Age, 29 September 1990.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1968 - 1991    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings and Loose Notes
Inventory Identifier GOOD00659 Box Number 66 Series 20
GOOD00660 Working Files - 2

A collection of notes, discussion papers, reports, articles, correspondence and press clippings relating to issues of land use, landscape planning and conservation between 1946 and 1988. Dewar Goode, Notes & Discussion Papers: manuscript & typescript notes re Amusement Park, Western Highway, Gordon, undated but c1977; 'Notes for discussion with Dr Moss Cass' re land use, 14 May 1973; summary of notes, 'River Murray', 9 July 1976; 'The Mitta Mitta River and its River Murray Implications', 15 July 1974, 15 August 1977; book review by D. W. Goode of 'The State of the Rivers', Parkwatch, Winter 1984; assorted untitled manuscript notes. Articles: W. P. Dunk, 'The Past and Future of the Murray River', for Water Research Foundation Symposium, August 1980; 'Prime Focus on Tasmania's Rare South West', ACF Newsletter, vol. 10 no. 9, November 1978. Correspondence: from Dewar Goode to the Minister for Planning, re Dinosaur Park, Western Highway, 31 October, 10 November 1977. Warwick Forge, NTA to Dewar Goode re 'Mulberry Hill', 13 December 1973. Peter Watts, NTA to P. Jones re Gordon Freeway Landscape, 1 June 1977. Also includes Interim Development Order documentation re Gordon Freeway Landscape, 1977. Press clippings: Norman Wakefield, 'Country that swallows up the streams', Age, 1 May 1967; Dewar Goode, 'Land Use Committee Chairman Explains Aspects of Grassland Research Development', Hamilton Spectator, 1 September 1955; 'The degradation of the noble Murray', Times on Sunday, 15 November 1987; 'Rivers suffer the legacy of a century's progress', Age, 13 June 1984. Also includes clippings on miscellaneous subjects from the Adelaide Chronicle, Producer, & Argus.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1946 - 1988    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, News Clippings and Loose Notes
Inventory Identifier GOOD00660 Box Number 66 Series 20
GOOD00661 Working Files - 3

File includes notes, drafts, reports, articles, press clippings and some correspondence relating to soil salinity, irrigation, water storage, & landscape values and amenity of roadsides, covering the period from 1945 to 1985. File also includes Town Planning Appeals documents and NTA submissions re Stringer Road, Blairgowrie private street scheme and Myers Road, Bittern conservation, 1976, 1977. Dewar Goode, Drafts & Reports: manuscript notes 'Irrigation & Drainage', 20 November 1961; 'Glenrowan-Wangaratta By-pass', for Director, NTA, 10 May 1985; typescript draft 'Highways and Amenity', probably by D. W. Goode, 1972; manuscript draft 'Road construction guidelines in areas of environmental value', 14 June 1978; drafts of 'Roads and Highways' & 'Road from Mitta Mitta town to Dartmouth', 15 July 1974; 'General Principles in regard to lessening the impact of roads in areas of high landscape value', 20 September 1977. Also includes Transcript of Evidence given by Dewar Goode re 'Wimmera River Water Storage' before Public Works Committee, Parliament House, Melbourne, 9 November 1960. Reports: R. R. Pennefather, 'The Salinity Problem in Western Australia' for WA Government, 18 August 1950; G. H. Burvill, T. C. Stoneman, & S. T. Smith, 'Wimmera Rye Grass Regeneration Trial - Salmon Gums: Results of Salt Sampling', November 1953; report by F. Cope on problems of soil salinity in Victoria, pg. 1 missing; transcript of ABC talk by F. Cope, 'Salted Land and its reclamation', 7 July 1953; Roadsides Conservation Committee (RCC), 'Guidelines for the Management/Treatment of Roadsides in Fire Prevention', 8 November 1978; NTA Notes on Hume Freeway alignment between Albury and Wodonga, with maps, 12 February 1985; NTA guidelines re 'Register of Significant Trees', undated; photocopy of R. A. Nairn, 'Planning for Road Safety', 21 March 1972; photocopy of 'Conservation and the Railway Reserve', undated; E. Adamson, RCC, 'Report and Recommendations to the Shire of Kyneton on Roads and Roadsides', undated. Articles: G. H. Burvill & A. J. T. Marshall, 'Paspalum vaginatum or Sea Shore Paspalum: a summer growing grass for wet salt affected areas', Journal of Agriculture, W. A. , June 1951; SCA, 'Soil Salting of non-irrigated soils', Farmers' Bulletin, no. 10, 1958. Correspondence: Dewar Goode to Warwick Forgere Myers Road Hastings Shire, 9 July 1976. To Dewar Goode from Kerry Willis, RCC, 19 October 1981, 18 July 1979; Secretary, Ministry for Planning to Dewar Goode re roadside conservation, 9 December 1974. J. E. Roach, MMBW to Secretary, RCC, re road system study of non-urban areas, 29 June 1979; J. R. Masters, Toodyay Naturalists' Club to Geoff Edwards, RCC, 31 December 1974; draft letter to Sir Robert Risson from D. G. Mack, Metropolitan Transportation Committee, undated; R. C. Anderson, Victorian Environment Centre, re Hume Freeway to CRB, 6 July 1977. Dewar Goode, Press clipping: 'Importance of Good Drainage', ?Producer, 24 May 1956. Press clippings: includes ' Lake Corangamite Project-Disappointing Ballot', The Colac Herald, 9 August 1957; 'Check on Salt in Murray', Advertiser, 6 February 1958; 'Commonwealth-State Council Likely on Water Resources', Age, 13 July 1962; :Grass to Beat Salty Land', ?Age, 5 My 1955; 'Australia - A Giant Country with Giant Problems', US News & World Report, 15 January 1962; 'Big National Park Urged', Age, 12 November 1965; 'How Soils Form Humus from Organic Matter', Adelaide Chronicle, 1 May 1947; 'Details of Proposed Marginal Lands Scheme', Adelaide Stock and Station Journal, 10 December 1947; Stuart Sayers, 'Australia's North: Awakening Giant', 'National Authority Needed for Northern Development', Age, 28 & 30 July 1962; 'National Insurance of Rural Producers' Launceston Examiner, 17 February 1945.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1945 - 1985    Quantity 2.2 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings and Loose Notes
Inventory Identifier GOOD00661 Box Number 66 Series 20
GOOD00662 Working Files - 4

A substantial collection of notes, drafts, reports, articles, photographs, press clippings & correspondence on the subjects of pesticides, pollution of rivers and creeks, coastal preservation, tourism in the Western District and Grampians, vermin and noxious weeds control, the strategic planning of Melbourne's waterways and other issues of land use and conservation, between 1937 and 1991. Also includes publication, 'State Environment Protection Policy No. W-34B (The Waters of the Western District Lakes)', Victoria Government Gazette, no. 12, 11 February 1982. Dewar Goode, Notes, Drafts & Reports: includes 'Pesticides', 20 February 1965; report to CCV, 'Air & Water Pollution in Gippsland', 1970; discussion notes on 'Environmental & Biological Pollution, Gippsland', 27 October 1970; notes for NRCL, 'Farm Woodlots', 20 December 1965; typescript draft of article 'Success Stories' re problems of environment, 12 February 1973; 'Conservation: what is it and where is it heading?', 8 February 1986, 12 January 1991; 'The Work of the International Bodies in the Field of Rural Landscape Conservation', undated; 'Synopsis' of 1935-45 period for D. W. Goode's autobiography, undated; 'Land and Water Use Policy for Australia', 10 August 1986; for Land Use Committee, 'Land Settlement', undated and incomplete; for NPC of NTA, 'The Need for Open Space', undated; extract from D. W. Goode's paper, 'The position of Landscape Planning for Agricultural Land Use in Australia' to IUCN Congress, Delhi 1969. Reports & Circulars: CCV Legislation Committee's report on Extractive Industry and Mining Legislation, 27 October 1970; J. D. Brookes, 'Environmental Control Measures - Maryvale Mill', undated; NPA, 'Effects of Pesticides', 20 November 1964; Fisheries & Game Department Circular no. 7, 'Animals Not Protected in Victoria', January 1958; Department of Lands & Survey, Vermin and Noxious Weeds Branch Control Sheets nos 47, 50, 'Ragwort', 'Skeleton Weed', March 1960, 'Variegated or Spotted Thistle and Shore Thistle', November 1957; Graeme Stone, Vic Roads report re Roadside Vegetation Assessments, Peter Jones, SECV report re Newport Park, both to NRCL, 22 November 1990; D. G. D. Yencken, proposal for 'Strategic Planning of Melbourne's Waterways', 18 April 1980; submission to House of Reps Standing Committee on Environment & Conservation by People Fighting Packaging Pollution, 'The Price We Pay for Packaging', October 1973. Dewar Goode, Articles: 'Marine Foreshore - The Main Recreation Area', Victoria's Resources, June 1967; typescript, 'Will Australia Become Another Sahara?', 1984, first appeared in Adelaide Mail, 27 April 1935. Articles: Roy Wheeler & Barbara Slater, 'The Effects of Pesticides on our Wildlife', supplement to The Bird Observer, August 1967; 'International Tourism in Australia', ?National Bank, 10 March 1962; Maurice Harkins, 'Tourism: A Vital Invisible Export', Port of Melbourne Quarterly, July-September 1957. Photographs: 6 colour photographs, captioned and dated, of Mt Pilot State Park, Victoria, 1990, showing destruction of roadside and park trees. Radio Transcripts: speech by Hon R. S. Richards broadcast on 22 October 1937; Rural Bank of NSW, 'Agricultural Magazine of the Air', Episodes 44/90 & 44/95, 9 & 27 November 1944. Correspondence: Dewar Goode and L. J. Corben, MMBW re water consumption; D. W. Goode and Francis Ratcliff, CSIRO, J. D. Macfarlane, Department of Primary Industry, & Dr A. A. Dawson, APPU, all re use of pesticides and pesticide residues; Prof J. S. Turner re 'vanishing coasts'. Dewar Goode to the Hon. Henry Bolte re access & preservation of the countryside; Mr ? Chislett. To Dewar Goode from A. L. Godfrey, CCV; J. D. Clifford, APPU enclosing Government proposals re control of aerial spraying operations; Gwen Smith, USA Foreign Service. Brian B. Lewis, President NTA and I. J. O'Donnell, CRB, D. J. R. Dutton, Shire of Newstead, & A. S. Bradfield re preservation of stone building near Loddon Bridge. A. J. Ferguson, Minister of Forests to Mrs Waight re forestry. Press clippings: 'Science Helping the Farmer', Cairns Post, 2 April 1945; Alan Bell, 'Country Diary', Age, 15 ?November 1968; 'The Birds No Longer Sing There', 'Pesticide Found in Penguins in Antarctic', ?Age, ?February 1965; 'Pollution Threatens Mangroves', ?Age, no date; 'Move on Pollution of Merri Creek', Age, 5 March 1968; 'Last of Our Wild Rivers', Christian Science Monitor, 24 August 1968; miscellaneous letters to the Editor, Advertiser, re exports of native fauna, protecting bird life and trees in parks, January-March 1958; 'Subdivision of Balmoral Land', Hamilton Spectator, 11 March 1958; articles on Scenic Road between Balmoral and Cherrypool, Coleraine Albion, Hamilton Spectator, August-September 1955, February-May 1958; miscellaneous articles on tourism, Age, Advertiser, October 1959; 'Tough New Controls to Protect Native Bush', Age, 28 February 1991; 'A City Chokes in Heat & Dust', Age, 9 February 1983; copy of extract, 'Protest against graziers', from SMH, 26 May 1958; CCV media release, 'Mitchell River Dam', 23 October 1979. Dewar Goode, letter to the Editor, Coleraine Albion, 3 November 1949.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1937 - 1991    Quantity 3 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts, News Clippings and Loose Notes
Inventory Identifier GOOD00662 Box Number 66 Series 20
GOOD00663 Working Files - Miscellaneous Items

Assorted file of manuscript & typescript notes, drafts, correspondence, photographs, certificates and ephemera from 1924 to 1990. Correspondence: includes draft of confidential letter from Dewar Goode to Bill ?Borthwick re conservation of the environment, 3 July 1972; extract of letter from R. J. Benthem, Landscape Planning Commission in IUCV to Dewar Goode re D. W. Goode's representation of Australia on LPC. Certificates: NRCL certificate dedicating a tree to Dewar Goode, 5 April 1989; membership certificate of Environment Institute of Australia, 20 November 1987; Clearance Certificate for Dewar Goode upon cessation of membership of Flinders Lodge of Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons of South Australia, 21 April 1961. Photographs: B&W, colour photographs and proof prints of portrait of Dewar Goode; ?Western District landscape.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1924 - 1990    Quantity 1.1 cm, 1 file
Formats Drafts and Published Papers or Articles
Inventory Identifier GOOD00663 Box Number 66 Series 20
GOOD00664 Working Files - Miscellaneous Notes and Drafts

An assorted collection of mainly manuscript notes and drafts for articles, correspondence, lectures and D. W. Goode's autobiography, relating to national parks, the Snowy Mountains Authority, landscape planning and preservation, the arid zone, frog rains, softwood and native hardwood forests, and recollections of family members and early childhood, from 1943 to 1989. Also includes press clippings and some articles. Correspondence: includes circular letter from Dewar Goode to ratepayers re support for his candidature for Coast Riding, Winchelsea Shire, ?1966. Press clippings: 'Farmers like socialist trough', 'Farmers get water at a fraction of its cost', 'Secret Nullabor', Age, 3 & 8 March 1989, 5 June 1986.

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range 1943 - 1989    Quantity 2.2 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Drafts and Loose Notes
Inventory Identifier GOOD00664 Box Number 66 Series 20
GOOD00938 Duplicates

Photocopied copies of a number newspaper clippings, articles and papers in relation to land use, conservation and environmental issues, taken from various sources. Some of the articles are by Dewar Goode. Also includes photocopied reports and correspondence.

THIS ITEM IS MISSING (noted by Rachel Tropea and Ann McCarthy 7 Feb 2008)

Creator Dewar Wilson Goode
Date range c. 1930 - c. 1989    Quantity 9 cm, 1 plastic bag
Formats Photocopied Documents
Inventory Identifier GOOD00938 Box Number 66 Series 20

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