If you are referencing Fryer Library manuscript material in your work, we suggest you include specific descriptive details of the material so that other researchers can easily locate it. Examples of what information to include are outlined below. Refer to the relevant manuscript description records in Fryer Library Manuscripts to help identify details to include.
If you are referencing UQ Archives material in your work, please contact the University Archivist (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss requirements.
Some referencing styles give clear instructions on how to include manuscript details in the bibliography or reference list, but others do not. Check your specific referencing style guide for instructions on word order and punctuation.
If you are uncertain how to arrange these details to comply with your chosen referencing style, ask your lecturer, supervisor or editors to whom you are submitting your paper or article.
Note: For material with Fryer Library reference codes beginning with UQFL.
Provide as complete a description as possible of the material and its location within a collection. Consider including all the following:
|Details to include||Where to find||Example|
||Written on the item; or in the Library’s description record for the item; or create a general description yourself||David Malouf, Letter to Y Smith, 29 November 2001|
|Name and reference code of the collection||In the Library’s description record for the collection||David Malouf Papers, UQFL163|
As applicable, either
|Written on the item; or in the Library’s description record for the collection||Series H, Subseries 1|
|Full name of the Library||Fryer Library, The University of Queensland Library|
Note: For material with Fryer reference codes beginning with F, H, FVF, FGF, FTPF.
Provide a complete description of the item, or an item within the file, as found in the item's description record in Fryer Library Manuscripts: