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U Committee (1963 - )

From
1963
Kensington, New South Wales, Australia
Occupations
Philanthropic organisation and Social organisation
Alternative Names
  • U Ball Committee (previous name)

Summary

The U Committee exists to raise funds for the University of New South Wales through activities such as the Book Fair and the sale of memorabilia. It has supported numerous scholarly and community activities including the University of New South Wales Art Prize and Travelling Scholarship, the Literary Fellowship and the Kensington Lectures for High School Students. Women played a leading role in the group.

Sources used to compile this entry: Horne, Julia and Louella McCarthy, Unique Providers: Money raising and the University of New South Wales U Committee 1963 - 1993, University Archives, University of New South Wales, Sydney, 1994; U Committee Collection, c. 1960 - c. 2000, CN 446; CN 661; CN 937; CN 1256; 97A29, 97A103, 97A117, 97A170, 99A73; University of New South Wales Archives.

Archival resources

University of New South Wales Archives

  • U Committee Collection, c. 1960 - c. 2000, CN 446; CN 661; CN 937; CN 1256; 97A29, 97A103, 97A117, 97A170, 99A73.; University of New South Wales Archives. Details

Isobelle Barrett Meyering

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