Tagged: Paul Quinlivan’s Snapshots


18. Comparison between Australia and TPNG

Paul Quinlivan’s Snapshots Librarian Ruth Carter (who referred to herself as ‘The Original Lady Who Lived in a Lavatory’ because the library had been an Officers’ Club during the war and she had converted...


22. Rescuing a judge in Samarai

Paul Quinlivan’s Snapshots Because of the poor food generally available, people used to pool their resources when something special was on. The arrival, in March 1954, of the first new judge of the Supreme...


24. ‘Boots an’ All’

Paul Quinlivan’s Snapshots Tessa Jones’ wonderful sharing of her mother’s memories (Una Voce No. 4 of 2000), particularly those of Beatrice Grimshaw wearing long black boots when she sat at table for morning tea,...