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Field report sheet 

Current Location: Fryer Library, The University of Queensland

Period: 07/07/1981

Creator: EN Marks

Where Made: Charters Towers area, Queensland

Description: National Mosquito Control Committee (University of Queensland) Field Report Sheet

National Mosquito Control Committee (University of Queensland) Field Report Sheet for area 17 miles N.N.W. of Charters Towers giving details of mosquito sites

UQFL445 Box 29 Folder 3

Notes on specimens - notebook 

Current Location: Fryer Library, The University of Queensland

Creator: EN Marks

Description: Brown ringback folder marked Notes on specimens including types 1968, 1960, BM (incl HMH), USNM, Amsterdam

Field notebook of Elizabeth Nesta Marks from the Fryer Library UQFL445 collection.

UQFL445 Box 64 Item 11

Queensland Natural History Award - Elizabeth Marks  

Current Location: Fryer Library, The University of Queensland

Period: 1999

Creator: EN Marks

Where Made: Brisbane

Description: Queensland Natural History Award - Elizabeth Marks

Queensland Natural History Award - Elizabeth Marks. Bronze plaque mounted on wood.

UQFL445 Box 65 Item 6

Lime container 

Current Location: Queensland Museum - Pacific Anthropology

This lime container from the Solomon Islands is made from bamboo, and its design is most likely made from a mixture of charcoal and tree sap that is rubbed into incisions. It was collected some time between 1886 and 1905. The donor Dr Charles Ferdinand Marks had contact with incoming Pacific Labour Trade vessels, and could have collected this item from labourers or workers on the ships. This lime container is part of the Australian South Sea Islander Kastom Collection.

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Ear ornament 

Current Location: Queensland Museum - Pacific Anthropology

Period: 1890-1900

Ex-collection of Dr C.F. Marks acquired before 1920. Acquired by QM from estate of Edris Marie Blanche Marks (1891-1977) daughter of Dr Charles Ferdinand Marks (1852-1943). Information from her niece and executor Dr Pat Marks. The Hon Dr C.F. Marks was a well known medical doctor, MLC, former member of the QM Board of Trustees, naturalist and collector. Had contact with incoming Labour Trade vessels. A proportion of the Marks collection acquired in July 1920 is noted as being from (W.E.) Parry-Okeden, Queensland Police Commissioner and former Under Secretary responsible for Labour immigration in the 1890s.

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