The Limits of Authorship: The Radio Broadcasts of Irene Greenwood, 1936-1954

John Richardson

Bibliography

PRIMARY SOURCES

The Irene Greenwood Collection, Special Collections, Murdoch University Library: Curator, Grant Stone.

Miscellaneous Correspondence and Papers

Badger, Colin. Letter to Irene Greenwood. 4 Sept 1940.

Beasley, Frank. Letter to Irene Greenwood. 1 Feb 1940.

Cammilleri, Cara. Letter to Irene Greenwood. 7 June 1951.

Charlton, Conrad. Letter to Irene Greenwood. 2 Jan 1946.

----------. Letter to Irene Greenwood. 8 Feb 1939.

Conditions for Broadcast. The Australian Broadcasting Commission. Perth: 1937.

Driver, Mary. Letter to Irene Greenwood. May 1949.

Greenwood, Irene, A. "War Diary". 1939-42.

----------. Copy of letter to Charles Hartley Grattan. 21, Oct 1940.

----------. Copy of letter to John Curtin. 1 Nov. 1940. .

----------. Copy of letter to ABC Weekly. 6 Feb 1941.

----------. Copy of letter to L. Wilkinson. 30 July 1941.

----------. Copy of letter to H.S.Crofts. 28 Dec 1944.

----------. "Professor Peter Kapitsa - Soviet Physicist and his Associates of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR". Rejected radio script. n.d. (Dec 1945).

----------. Copy of letter to Catherine King. 27 Aug 1946.

----------. Copy of letter to "Margaret". 11 May 1948.

----------. Copy of letter to Mrs Basil Henriques. 19 May 1948.

----------. Copy of letter to Maureen Dyson. 15 July 1948.

----------. Copy of letter to "Miss Pendred". 12 Aug 1948.

----------. Copy of letter to Mrs E.Conchie. 2 Oct 1950.

----------. Copy of letter to Ida Swift. 12 April 1951.

----------. Copy of letter to Ida Swift. 27 April 1951.

----------. Copy of letter to Isabel Johnson. 3 May 1951.

----------. TS. 11 June 1960. n.p.

----------. "Go Proudly as a Woman". TS. n.d.

---------- and Grant Stone. "Book Reviews and Upbringing". Audio tape. 1975.

---------- and Grant Stone. "Katharine Susannah Prichard". Audio tape. 1975.

----------. and Grant Stone. "Peace Movements". 1983. Audio tape. 1975.

Greville, Ian, W. Letter to Irene Greenwood. 2 Jan 1946.

Macmahon Ball, William. Letter to Irene Greenwood. 2 Oct. 1940.

Molesworth, B.H. Letter to Irene Greenwood. 25 May 1941.

----------. Letter to Irene Greenwood. 5 June 1941.

"Orders of the Day". The West Australian Women's Parliament. TS. 19 Sept 1951.

"Press Release". The Orient Line. 20 Dec 1951.

Prichard, Katharine, S. "Why Peace". Submission to "Mailbag to Microphone". 6 Dec 1950.

----------. Letter to Irene Greenwood. 6 Dec 1950.

Saunders, Dorothy. Letter to Irene Greenwood. 29 Aug 1950.

Swift, Ida. Letter to Irene Greenwood. 3 April 1951.

----------. Letter to Irene Greenwood. 13 April 1951.

----------. Letter to Irene Greenwood. 2 May 1951.

Symonds, Faith. Letter to Irene Greenwood. 28 Dec 1941.

The following radio scripts from the Collection are cited

"A Day in the Life of a Woman in a Timber Town". Overseas Broadcasts VLQ [no serial no.]. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. The Department of Information (Broadcasting Division), 25 Jan 1941.

"A Woman Called Fancy". Book of the Week. Woman to Woman. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. 6PM-AM, 5 Nov 1952.

"Adventurers Madam Alexandra David-Neel and Miss Kathleen Glover". Women in the International News. The Women's Session. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. The Australian Broadcasting Commission, 8 April 1938.

"Adventures of a Botanists Wife". Book of the Week. Woman to Woman. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. 6PM-AM, 1 April 1953.

"Countess Constance de Marciewicz - Irish Patriot and Republican". Women in the International News. The Women's Session. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood, The Australian Broadcasting Commission, 17 Feb, 1939.

"Freya Stark - Traveller in Arabia". Women in the International News. The Women's Session. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. The Australian Broadcasting Commission, April 29 1938.

"Items of Interest from Holland, Egypt, and Iran". Women in the International News. The Women's Session. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. The Australian Broadcasting Commission, 21 Oct 1938.

"Katharine Susannah Prichard". Overseas Broadcasts VLQ No 333b. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. The Department of Information (Broadcasting Division). 16 Nov 1940.

"Makea Ariki, Chieftain of the Cook Islands". Women in the News. Woman to Woman. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. 6PM-AM, 17 Oct 1950.

"Male and Female". Book of the Week. Woman to Woman. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. 6PM-AM, 24 Oct 1950.

"Miss Ada Bromham". Women of the Week (Interview) Woman to Woman. Irene Greenwood and Ada Bromham. 6PM-AM. 9 June 1953.

"Mrs Laurene Diehl - Artist in Silhouettes, "Eulalie" - Mural Artist, Mrs Mary Long Whitmore - Landscape Artist". Women in the International News. The Women's Session. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. The Australian Broadcasting Commission, 1 July 1938.

"Nadeyshda Konstantinovna Krupskaya (Widow of Lenin)". Women in the International News. The Women's Session. Writ. and prod., Irene Greenwood. The Australian Broadcasting Commission, 17 March 1939.

"Paulina Ossipenko, and her Companions of the Historic Non-stop Flight Across the USSR". Women in the International News. The Women's Session. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. The Australian Broadcasting Commission, 16 June 1939.

"Personalities at the Australian Women's Charter Conference". Women in the International News. The Women's Session. Writ. and prod., Irene Greenwood. The Australian Broadcasting Commission, 19 Sept. 1946.

"Pioneer Australian Woman Social Worker, Peace Worker and Leader of Women's Movements". Women in the International News. The Women's Session. Writ. and prod., Irene Greenwood. The Australian Broadcasting Commission, 10 Feb 1939.

"Professor Peter Kapitsa - Physicist and Engineer. Director of the Institute of Physical Problems of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR". People in the International News. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. The Women's Session. The Australian Broadcasting Commission, 24 Feb 1946.

"Re-Building Russia: Women's Part". Women in the International News. The Women's Session. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. The Australian Broadcasting Commission, n.d.

"Rosita Forbes - English Woman Explorer, Lecturer and Journalist". Women in the International News. The Women's Session. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. The Australian Broadcasting Commission, 16 Dec 1938.

"The Power of Women in Politics". The Women's Session. Irene Greenwood and Isabel Johnson. The Australian Broadcasting Commission, 20 July 1943.

"The Troubled Air". Book of the Week. Woman to Woman. Writ. and prod., Irene A.Greenwood. 6PM-AM, 14 May 1952.

"Trial and Error". Book of the Week. Woman to Woman. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. 6PM-AM, 30 Aug 1950.

"What's New in Today's Fashions". Advertisement. Woman to Woman. Writ. and prod. Irene Greenwood. 6PM-AM. n.d.

"Widow Chuan". Book of the Week. Woman to Woman. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. 6PM-AM, 4 March 1953.

"Women and Adventure - E. Cheesman, Isobel Hutchinson - Botanist". Women in the International News, The Women's Session. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. The Australian Broadcasting Commission, 5 Feb 1937.

"Women and Adventure". Women in the International News. The Women's Session. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. The Australian Broadcasting Commission, 25 March 1938.

"Women of Britain: Against the Background of the Bombings". Women in the International News. The Women's Session. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. The Australian Broadcasting Commission, n.d.

"Women of Liberated Europe: Yugoslavia". Women in the International News. The Women's Session. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. The Australian Broadcasting Commission, 24 Jan 1945.

"Women of Russia: Against the Background of the Nation's War Effort". Women in the International News. The Women's Session. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. The Australian Broadcasting Commission, n.d.

"Women of the Soviet Arctic. Women in the International News. The Women's Session. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. The Australian Broadcasting Commission, 19 Jan. 1940.

Transcript. "Copy of Wire Recorded Interview of Mrs Jessie M G Street By Mrs Irene Greenwood on Tuesday May 3rd at 2P.M.". Woman to Woman. Irene Greenwood and Jessie Street. 6AM-PM, 3 May. 1949.

Untitled script. Women in the International News. The Women's Session. Writ. and prod. Irene Greenwood, The Australian Broadcasting Commission. 7 Aug 1936.

Untitled script. Women in the International News. The Women's Session. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. The Australian Broadcasting Commission, 11 Sept 1936.

Untitled script. Women in the International News. The Women's Session. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. The Australian Broadcasting Commission, 8 Jan 1937.

Untitled script. Women in the International News, The Women's Session. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. The Australian Broadcasting Commission, 14 May 1937.

Untitled script. A Women's Views The News. The Women's Session. Writ. and prod., Irene Greenwood. The Australian Broadcasting Commission, 9 July 1937.

Untitled script. A Woman Views the News. The Women's Session. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. The Australian Broadcasting Commission, 13 Aug 1937.

Untitled script. Women in the International News. The Women's Session, Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. The Australian Broadcasting Commission, 18 Feb 1938.

Untitled script. The Anti-Fascist League Session. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. The Australian Broadcasting Commission, 10 Nov 1943.

Untitled script. The WA Citizens' "Yes" League. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. The Australian Broadcasting Commission, 17 Aug 1944.

Untitled script. Women in Tomorrow's World. The Women's Session. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. The Australian Broadcasting Commission, 8 June 1945.

Untitled script. Women in Tomorrow's World. The Women's Session. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. The Australian Broadcasting Commission, 15 June 1945.

Untitled script. Radio Roundabout. Woman to Woman. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. 6 PM-AM, 3 Feb 1950.

Untitled script. Woman to Woman. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. 6PM-AM, 6 April 1953.

Untitled script. Radio Roundabout. Woman to Woman. Writ. and prod., Irene Greenwood. 6 PM-AM., 24 April 1953.

Untitled script. Women in the International News. The Women's Session. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. The Australian Broadcasting Commission, 25 Sept, n.d.

Untitled script. Women in the International News. The Women's Session. Writ. and prod., Irene A. Greenwood. The Australian Broadcasting Commission, n.d.

Newspapers, Periodicals and Pamphlets

Barry, John, V. "Wider Powers for Greater Freedom". Melbourne: Rawlson's Book Shop, 1944.

Beloussova, Xenia. "Soviet Marriage and Divorce". Communist Review. February, (1946). pp. 49-53.

Boyer, Richard. "Radio in Education Conference". The Australian Quarterly. March (1946), pp. 94-101.

Cowper, Norman. "Control of Broadcasting". The Australian Quarterly. June (1936). pp.52-64.

K. W. "Women for Canberra". Communist Review. Feb (1943). pp. 5-6.

"L.S.H. of Guilford", "What our Readers are Hearing and Thinking". The Broadcaster, 8, No. 375, Sept 2-9, (1939), p. 26.

McNair, W.A. "Broadcasting-The Case for Public Opinion". The Australian Quarterly. December (1942). pp. 62-68.

"Mrs Jessie Street: Assurance to Lord Mayor", The West Australian, 28 April 1949, p. 4. col. 2.

"Reds Homes' Raided", The West Australian, 5 May 1949, p. 2. col. 5.

Rischbieth, Bessie. "Correspondence", The West Australian, 3 May. 1949, p. 15. col. 1.

Tildesley, Beatrice. "Broadcast Programmes". The Australian Quarterly. Sept (1936). pp 62-69.

Tildesley, Beatrice. "Broadcasting in Australia". The Australian Quarterly, June (1939). pp. 45-54.

"Woman Morning Announcer - Moya Fredrick Relieving", The Broadcaster, 6, No. 282, June 7-14, (1941), p. 13.

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