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Barbara Hanrahan: Archival material

Adelaide artist and writer Barbara Hanrahan's prints and books, explored the lives of the everyday, especially focusing on women. Find out what the State Library of South Australia holds in it's collection about this South Australian artist.



Barbara Hanrahan Records comprising the original typescript for 'The Scent of Eucalyptus' and handwritten drafts, notes, letters and a proof copy of the book, as well as published copies of her other works, lithographs and posters, sound recordings and videos, certificates and diplomas, school reports, contract agreements, invitations and letters, references, papers relating to lecturing appointments, exhibition catalogues, essay and note book used by her mother, Iris Goodridge, with one of her sketches, mementos of WM 'Bob' Hanrahan, photograph albums, childhood reading books, manuscripts relating to her work and beliefs, newspaper cuttings, artist profiles, transcripts of other sound recordings by Glen Ralph, index to 'The Scent of Eucalyptus' and transparencies of artworks.

Spoken word

Addresses by Barbara Hanrahan and Max Fatchen Recordings of three 'Authors on Display' talks given each by Barbara Hanrahan and Max Fatchen to school students in the Somerville Room, Mortlock Library of South Australiana.

Compilation of recordings relating to Barbara Hanrahan An edited compilation of the five recordings held at PRG 961/7 produced by Barbara Hanrahan's partner Jo Steele. The compilation ends with a recording of Mozart's piano concerto no. 13.

Interview with Barbara Hanrahan by Beate Ursula Josephi in 1985.

Interview with Barbara Hanrahan by Suzanne Hayes in 1984.

Launch of the Barbara Hanrahan Memorial Exhibition in 1994 by Dame Roma Mitchell.

Radio interview of Barbara Hanrahan by Elaine Lindsay in 1978.