Series 85 - Papers relating to the opening of the RG Menzies building

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Papers relating to the opening of the RG Menzies building


  • 1962 - 1963 (Creation)

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0.1 m (1 type 2 box)

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(1912 - 1980)

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Jacob Jack (J J) Graneek was born in Liverpool, a son of Russian refugees. He completed his BA, Dip Ed from the University of Liverpool and MA University of Birmingham. Graneek was University Librarian at the Australian National University from 7 March 1961-1972. Prior to his appointment at the ANU, he was Librarian at Queen’s University Library, Belfast 1945-1960. Graneek was a Visiting Fellow of the Humanities Research Centre during March-September 1976 for his project on Jewish Proselytes and Apostates.

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There are two files maintained by JJ Graneek, University Librarian, relating to preparation for the opening of the RG Menzies building as the new Library by Queen Elizabeth II. Included are printed memorabilia such as the program and invitation and copies of the speeches.


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Prepared by Maggie Shapley on 31 July 2007




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