Frederick Augustus Todd P113

Frederick Augustus Todd was a distinguished classical scholar who graduated from Sydney University in 1901. He graduated from the University of Jena in 1903. Todd was appointed as a lecturer in Latin from the beginning of 1904, and became Acting Professor of Classics in 1920. He was appointed to the Chair in Latin in 1922, and held this position until his death in 1944.

     The following is a listing of the papers by box.
     Box  Description                                      Date Range
       1  "Floreat Rex" [latin version of 'God save the    June 1928 
          King'].                                        
       1  "Campanarum Canticum" [Memorial song composed    June 1928 
          for University by Todd] with some notes        
          concerning performances of the song.           
       1  "In sartorem" [Latin poem].                      June 1928 
       1  Epigram on Miss Camilla Wedgwood [lecturer in    May 1929 
          Anthropology] - drafts only, final version on  
          page 70.                                       
       1  "Mariae Agnus" [Latin version of 'Mary had a     June 1928 
          little lamb'].                                 
       1  "Chloe" [Latin version of 'Little Bo-Peep'].     June 1928 
       1  "The Bad Boy (a rhyme for Girvan 1926)": a poem  1926 
          written for Todd's son.                        
       1  "Running to School (a rhyme for Peggy [Todd's    1926 
          eldest daughter], on her first going to        
          school), Feb or March 1926".                   
       1  "Fishing (a rhyme for Helen [Todd's second       1926 
          daughter], recording one of her games)".       
       1  "Teddy in disgrace (a rhyme for Helen, 1926)".   1926 
       1  "The Train (a rhyme for Girvan, 1926)".          1926 
       1  "Little Scatterbrain (a rhyme for Helen)".       1926 
       1  "Evening (a rhyme for Peggy, 1926)"; Latin       1926-29 
          version of'Hey Diddle-Diddle', May 1926; Latin 
          version of 'Tom, Tom, the piper's son', May    
          1929.                                          

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1 Latin versions of 'Jack Sprat', 'Jack and 1929 Jill', Old Mother Hubbard', and 'Hey-Diddle-Diddle' [version of Broadbent, Oxford]. 1 "The Song of the Bells": a metrical paraphrase 1928 in English by Todd of his Campanarum Canticum. 1 "Campanarum Canticum (from the Latin of 1928 Professor Todd)": an English paraphrase by Brenda G. Linck, typescript copy; copy in Todd's hand, clipping of printed version in Sydney Morning Herald of 25 April 1929. 1 Letter from Brenda Linck dated 14 June 1929, 1929 concerning her translation of Todd's Campanarum Canticum. 1 'The Canberra Motto controversy': press 1929 clippings of letters to various newspapers, from Todd and others, concerning the controversy over the latin motto ('Pro rege, lege et grege') on the Coat-of-Arms granted to Canberra. 1 English paraphrase of Martial epigram V.25, 1927 with Latin. 1 Rudyard Kipling's "Epitaph on a Head Statesman" May 1929 in English and Latin; "The Motor Bus" by A. D. Godley. 1 Dedicatory verse to Norman de Horne Rowlands, 1928-9 composed by Todd and inscribed in a copy of his doctoral dissertation presented to Rowlands; "The Hump (For Peggy when she found the world awry)". 1 "Ausflugslied": copy of a poem in German by 1929 N[orman] de H[orne] R[owlands]. 1 "Rowlands 'Ausflugslied'. Latin rendition" 1929 handwritten; printed copy of Todd's Latin rendition from vol. 12, no. 1 (Lent term 1929) of "The Arts Journal", a Sydney University undergraduate paper.

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1 Poem, with Greek title, (in English) by M. W. Nov. 1928 MacCallum [Sir Mungo MacCallum, Vice-Chancellor of Sydney University]. 1 Epigram on Professor Arnold Wood [Challis n.d. Professor of History, 1891-1928] attributed to Nugent Robertson. 1 Martial epigrams I.10 and IV.72, Latin with 1922 English translation. 1 Martial epigram III.14, Latin with English 1922 translation. 1 "The Nut", Martial epigram III.63, Latin with 1922 English translation. 1 "The Epitaph on Alcimus", Martial epigram I.88, 1922 Latin with English translation. 1 "A Glutton", Martial epigram II.37, Latin with 1922 English translation. 1 "Translation from Sappho", Greek and English. 1928 1 "To Ailsa Lee Brown", a Sydney artist. 1928 1 "Menu of Staff Dinner to H. E. Barff, the 1922 Warden": printed menu in Latin by Todd. 1 English and Latin versions of 'Wee Willie 1929 Winkie' and 'Curly-Locks'. 1 "Causae quinque bibendi" [Five reasons for n.d. drinking], Latin version with English translation. 1 Telegram re publication of 'Campanarum Canticum 1929 in the "The Times" (London); clippings re Campanarum Canticum from "Sun" of 26 April 1929, "The Times" (London) of 25 April 1929, "The Times" (London) of 27 April 1929. 1 Copy by Todd of letter, dated 30 April 1929, 1929 from A. Kember of "The Times" (London) to Mrs L. Birrell-Anthony. 1 Letter from Mrs L. Birrell-Anthony to Todd re 1929 Campanarum Canticum, dated 8 May 1929.

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1 Page from "Iris", vol. XVI No. 2 (June 1929) June 1929 containing Todd's translations of 'Jack Spratt', 'Mother Hubbard', 'Hey Diddle Diddle', and 'Tom, Tom, the Piper's Son'. 1 "Nursery Rhymes. This mock examination paper 1914 was composed for my sister Merle's birthday party in 1914. Her birthday fell on March 4th." 1 Final version of epigram on Camilla Wedgwood 1929 "In Marullam Pithecanthropophagam". [see page 12]. 1 "The Glasgow Hymns": Latin hymn composed by J. 1922/23? S. Phillimore, Professor of Humanity at Glasgow Univeristy, and Latin reply composed by Todd. 1 "The Old Man of Calcutta": a limerick July 1927 translated into Latin. 1 "Lacrimae rerum": poem, in English, written by 1930 Sir Mungo MacCallum for the Virgil Bimillenary. In MacCallum's hand. 1 "Verses written for 'The Log'": two poems by 1919 Todd "Apology" and "A Dirge". 1 "Often": a song to the tune of 'John Peel' 1906 "written for the Sydney University Union Smoke Concert, 5 October 1906". 1 "The First Eleven": a song to the tune 1912 'Tarpaulin packet', "written for the Sydney University Cricket Club Smoke Concert, 16 May 1912". 1 "'Freshers' Song": a song in Latin to the tune 1911 of 'Yankee Doodle' written for the Women's College. 1 Letter from the principal of the Women's 1929 College, S J Williams, dated 18 June 1929 1 "Impromptus for an Autograph Book". c. 1912 1 "The Amazing History of Dido, Queen of 1913 Carthage, as told by Latin I Pass Class, 1913".

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1 Cutting from "The Union Recorder" of a poem 1930 "Trees" by J. Le Gay Brereton; caricature of Mr Lance Fallow "drawn by J. Le Gay Brereton from memory after the English Association Dinner 1929". 1 "Pythagoreisch": poem in German by P Reber. n.d. 1 "The Pythagorean Poser": an imitation of 1907 "Pythagoreisch", a poem in German by P Reber (see previous page). 1 "Tobacco": a poem in imitation of the German 1906 drinking song 'Tobak'. 1 "Company Songs": printed and handwritten copies c. 1918 of songs written by Todd for the songbook of the Sydney University Regiment. 1 Translation by Wellesley of page 445 of the n.d. 'Anthologia Polyglotta'. 1 "Congratulatory Addresses, etc.": Directions 1921 and examples for writing congratulatory addresses in Latin. 1 Copy of a letter in Latin to the University of 1909 Orvieto (Spain) written by Todd for the University Registrar. 1 Letter from Mungo MacCallum dated 13 July 1932. 1932 1 "Tully and Tullius": an epigram in Latin on July 1932 John Tully, Minister for Education in the Lang Government 1931-2. 1 "Inscriptions": various Latin inscriptions by 1929 Todd, with his notes about the occasions on which they were produced. 1 "The Hippo": a poem. Oct. 1929 1 "Bath Time (for Cynthia Mary [Todd's third and Oct. 1929 youngest daughter])" 1 "A Sad Dog": a poem. Nov. 1929 1 "Watching for Daddy (a rhyme for Cynthia Mary)" Nov. 1929

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1 "Examination 'Howlers'". c. 1915 1 Various Latin pieces composed by Todd, 1939 including an absence note for his daughter Helen. 1 Cutting of article by Todd entitled "Fallen 1928 Sons" from the Evening Standard of 25 April 1929. 1 Cutting of a letter composed by Todd for David 1934 Lewis, President of the SRC, printed in the Sydney Morning Herald of 6 December 1934. 1 "Sky, 999": a poem. 1929 1 "Horace, Satires, I.v.3 ff. (a paraphrase)". n.d. 1 "Lydia, dic per omnes (Horace, Odes, I.8 a n.d. paraphrase)". 1 "Elizabeth (Cynthia Mary's doll, given to her 1930 by her godmother Miss Munce, Xmas 1929)": a poem. 1 "A Model Boy (with thoughts of Girvan)". 1929 1 "The Sailor and the Auk": a poem. 1939 1 Letter from Georg Goetz at Jena to Sydney 1929 University, replying to the verses on the following page sent to him for his 80th birthday. 1 Page from "Iris" of November 1929, containing 1929 Latin verses, presumably composed by Todd, sent to Georg Goetz at Jena on the occasion of his 80th birthday. 1 Latin translation of an A. A. Milne poem: "John n.d. had...". 1 "A letter to my little niece and goddaughter 1938 Helen Dibbs": letter in verse composed on 9 November 1938. 1 "The Mosquito (for Cynthia who protested that n.d. she couldn't write a poem about a mosquito)".

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1 Copy of a letter from Todd to Sir John Butters, 1929 Chief Commissioner of the Federal Capital Commission, dated 17 June 1929. 1 Letter to Todd from Sir John Butters, Chief 1929 Commissioner of the Federal Capital Commission, dated 17 June 1929. 1 Letter to Todd from the Parliamentary 1929 Librarian, dated 21 June 1929. 1 Letter to Todd from the Parliamentary 1929 Librarian, dated 21 June 1929. 1 "Hermogenes": Martial XII.29, translated by 1929 Mungo MacCallum "when an undergraduate at Glasgow (1893)". 1 "Hermogenes": Martial XII.29, translated by 1935 Todd "before seeing Sir Mungo's version". 1 "Hermogenes": Martial XII.29, as translated by 1935 Sir Mungo MacCallum, written in Sir Mungo's hand. 1 Latin menu for Sydney University Union dinner 1931 in honour of A. P. Backhouse, dated June 1931. 1 Latin versions of an Edward Lear limerick: 1940 "there was an old man in a tree. 1 "An epigram of Diogenes Laertius on Aristotle. 1940 Anthologia Graeca, VII.107": translated by Todd into English. 1 Press clippings of reviews of Todd's book "Some 1940 Ancient Novels" from Sydney Bulletin (17.7.40), Times Literary Supplement (13.7.40), Sydney Morning Herald (24.8.40), and Southerly. 1 "The House that Hitler Built": poem by Todd on 1938 book of this name by Stephen Henry Roberts. 1 "To the polyandrous Lydia. (An imitation of n.d. Horace, Odes I.xiii, by an unknown author)". 1 Latin versions of "The Crocodile" by Lewis 1933 Carroll in elegaic and alcaic metre. 1 "Inscription for the Foundation Stone of the 1929 new British Medical Association Building in Macquarie Street".

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1 Letter from T. W. Edgeworth David to Todd, 1926 dated 2 March 1926. 1 Acta of Cambridge University of 13 February 1926 1926 recording award of honorary D.Sc. to Edgeworth David. 1 Latin version of Spenser's poem "Rest after 1933 toil...". 1 Notes by Todd dated June 1940, and press 1940 clipping of article "Mussolini: the Glorious Leader" by Todd, printed in the Sydney Daily Telegraph in May 1924. 1 "An Epigram": in Latin on J. T. Lang, NSW 1933 Premier. 1 Greek and English versions of "Terpander's 1940 Libation Hymn to the Muses and Apollo", from Aristophanes' 'The Frogs'. 1 Press clipping of leading article entitled 1940 "Message to the French", from Sydney Morning Herald of 23 October 1940. 1 Clipping from 'Union Recorder' of 31 October 1940 1940 of Todd's letter (originally published in the SMH of 29 October 1940) in reply to the leading article entitled "Message to the French", published in the Sydney Morning Herald of 23 October 1940. 1 Clipping from the 'Union Recorder' of 3 October 1940 1940 of Todd's review of the University Dramatic Society's performances on 26, 27, and 28 September 1940 of "The Frogs" by Aristophanes. 1 Clipping from the 'Union Recorder' of 19 1940 September 1940 of an article by Todd entitled "The University in the Great War". 1 Press clipping from the 'Sydney Morning Herald' 1941 of 27 January 1941 of an article entitled "Mr Spender's Lapses". 1 Poem entitled "Veni, vidi, vinci" on Percy 1941 Spender occasioned by Sydney Morning Herald article on Spender (see previous item).

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1 Press clipping from the 'London Times' of 15 1938 January 1938 of a letter from Lionel Curtis on the decline of Latin. 1 Latin motto for Griffith High School. 1938 1 Latin versions of 'The Crocodile' by Lewis n.d. Carroll in elegaic and alcaic metre (same as page 197). 1 Letter from R. G. Howard to Todd, dated 13 1941 February 1941. 1 Letter in verse to 'Robin' dated 4 October 1941 1941. 1 Untitled poem signed 'RGH'. n.d. 1 Letter in verse to 'Robin' dated 15 October 1941 1941. 1 Poem entitled "To a Latin Professor who writes 1942 Light Verse", written by Rosemary Wares (?) Sports Mistress at Sydney Church of England Girls Grammar School at Moss Vale and sent to Todd by his daughter Helen (HEW). 1 Letter in verse from Helen Todd to Rosemary n.d. [Wares?]. 1 Press clipping of Faculty of Arts exam results. n.d. 1 Poem in typescript entitled "The Message", n.d. signed "K. to the Censor" 1 Poem in Todd's hand addressed to "Dear Pamela" 1939 with various blanks and no signature, as if excised by the Censor. 1 Press clippings of letter from Todd published 1940 in Sydney Morning Herald of 29 October 1940, and another from 1 Press clippings of a letter from Todd published 1940 in Sydney Morning Herald of 29 October 1940, and another undated from W. Arundel Orchard, both about the teaching of Latin.

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1 Typescript poem in Latin entitled "Spurn not n.d. the nobly born" signed HWG (?). 1 Poem in German entitled "Made in Germany", n.d. unsigned. 1 Press clipping from Sydney Daily Telegraph of 1921 11 October 1921 re Todd's appointment to the Chair of Latin. 1 Poem entitled "Phaedra Furens or Why I must n.d. hate the moon", signed AHL. 1 Letter from JLP to Todd dated 6 July 1939. 1939 1 Invitation to Todd and his wife from the 1930 Chancellor and Senate of the University to attend the celebration of the two thousandth anniversary of Virgil's birth on 15 October 1930. 1 Greek rendition of 'Humpty-Dumpty' by N. de n.d. Horne Rowland, found inside front cover. 1 Letter in verse from Todd addressed to his 1938 daughter Cynthia, dated 12 May 1938, found inside front cover. 1 Typescript poem entitled "Veni, vidi, vici" 1941 [see volume, p. 216], found inside front cover. 1 Typescript poem entitled "Humanities", dated 22 1942 October 1942, found inside front cover. 1 Cyclostyled copy of "The Song of the Bells" n.d. [English version of Todd's hymn Campanarum Canticum], found inside front cover. 1 Letter from Brenda Linck, dated 4 June 1929, 1929 found at page 26. 1 Press clipping of article entitled "The Call to 1929 Arms' signed by Olor Delpus, apparently a squib on Todd's activities over the Canberra motto [see volume pages 29-37], dated 5 June 1929, found at page 36. 1 Letter from Mungo MacCallum dated 9 May 1929, 1929 found at page 76. 1 Printed copy of song "The Yellow and the Blue" n.d. by Gayley and Balfe, found at page 136.

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1 Short manuscript entitled "Paullo haud diffuse n.d. diffundenti", found at page 160. 1 "Iris", vol. XVIII, no. 5 (September 1931), 1931 (News-sheet of the Classical Association of Victoria) containing Latin menu by Todd, found at page 164. 1 Letter from Eric Ashby dated 1 April 1942, 1942 found at page 184. 1 Copy of a letter from D. M. MacCallum, wife of 1942 Sir Mungo MacCallum, to W. A. Selle, Registrar of Sydney University, dated 6 October 1942, found at page 184. 1 Letter from F. A. Bland, Professor of Public 1938 Administration, dated 7 June 1938, found at page 218. 1 Photograph of Todd with dog, size 84 x 59 n.d. millimetres, found at page 224. 1 'The Union Recorder' of 4 October 1962 1962 containing a reproduction of an Olive Crane cartoon of 1917 showing Todd and Professor Holme 'burying the hatchet' outside the newly-opened Manning House, found at page 232. 1 Press clippings of articles about Todd's 1929 'Campanarum Canticum' from the 'London Times' of 25 and 27 April 1929, found at page 230. 1 Press clipping of Latin poem in georgics from 1924 the 'London Times Educational Supplement' of 26 January 1929, found at page 230. 1 Front page of Todd's printed application for 1921 the Chair of Latin with a dedication to his wife Florence, dated 13 May 1921, found at page 252. 1 Suggestion by Todd for amendment to a Greek n.d. rendition of the limerick 'There was an old man in a tree' by HWA, found at page 252. 1 Letter from HWA dated 11 July 1940, found at 1940 page 252.

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1 Letter to Mrs Waterhouse [Todd's daughter 1971 Helen], from E. T. Salmon and dated 27 July 1971, found at page 252. 1 'Roman Sicily and Greek Art', three lectures by 1917 F. A. Todd 1917, in three exam booklets. 1 'Highways and Byways in Sicily and Italy', four n.d. lectures for the University Extension Board, 87 loose pages. 1 'Country Life in Ancient Italy', in one exam c. 1923 booklet. 1 'Sicily and Greek Art', three lectures numbered 1932 II, III, IV (number I is apparently lost), 49 loose pages. 1 Commemorative oration for the celebration of 1930 the two thousandth anniversary of Virgil's birth, delivered by Todd in the Great Hall of the University at 8 pm on 15 October 1930, 37 loose pages. 1 'Glimpses of Ancient Italy', four lectures 1932 given over radio station 2BL, 61 pages. 1 'Pompeii Calling', address to the Australian 1940 English Association on 23 September 1940, 27 loose pages. 1 'Martial at Pompeii', address to the Classical 1944 Association of NSW on 6 June 1944, 46 loose pages. 1 Untitled talk for Exhibition Week about the n.d. value of studying classics, beginning "It was Lord Beaconsfield, I think, who said...", 8 loose pages. 1 'Student Life in Germany', 41 loose pages. n.d. 2 Two manuscript drafts of 'Some Pompeian n.d. Inscriptions and Classical Texts', 66 pages and 12 pages. 2 Manuscript draft of 'Two Pompeian Metrical n.d. Inscriptions', 7 pages. 2 Printed copy of "Selections from Martial. Part 1922 II - Notes" [Sydney 1922], produced by Todd for use by Latin students.

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2 Annotated copy of "Selections form Martial. n.d. Part II - Notes" with additional pages of handwritten notes. 2 Manuscript draft, dated July 1929, of 1929 "Classical Studies at Jena": a review of Georg Goetz, "Geschichte der klassischen Studien an der Universitat Jena von ihrer Grundung bis zur Gegenwart" for the Classical Review. 2 Reprint from 'Classical Review', February 1939, 1939 of "Three Pompeian Wall Inscriptions and Petronius". 2 Copies of the 'Otago University Chronicle', 1941 vol. 5 no. 2 (November 1941), containing "Pompeii Calling"; four copies, three annotated. 2 Reprint from 'Classical Quarterly', vol. 37 no. 1943 3&4 (July-October 1943), containing "Some Cucurbitaceae in Latin Literature". 2 Printed copy of Todd's Ph.D thesis 'De Musis in 1903 carminibus poetarum Romanorum commemoratis', printed at Jena in 1903. 3 Draft versions of "Some Cucurbitaceae in Latin n.d. Literature" and "Catullus XI.ii. A Postscript". 3 Draft versions of "Martial at Pompeii", with n.d. notes and translations of some of Martial's epigrams. 3 Notes on, and translations of, Pompeian wall n.d. inscriptions. 4 From J. Le Gay Brereton, Thursday, n.d. n.d. 4 From C.B., Saturday n.d. n.d. 4 To Eva from Todd, dated Narrabri, 9 September 1911 1911. 4 To Mrs Todd from Holme, dated 10 October 1921. 1921 4 To Mrs Todd from Mungo MacCallum, dated 11 1921 October 1921.

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4 From Mungo MacCallum, dated 25 May 1927. 1927 4 From Mungo MacCallum, dated 31 October 1928. 1928 4 From Mungo MacCallum, dated 29 December 1930. 1930 4 From T. W. Edgeworth David, dated 8 April 1934. 1934 4 From C. M. David, dated 29 March 1935, with 1935 attached copies of eulogies read when Edgeworth David was given two honorary D.Scs from Cambridge University. 4 From Mungo MacCallum, dated 18 May 1937. 1937 4 From E. Harrison (editor of the 'Classical 1939 Review'), dated Cambridge 17 January 1939. 4 From F. B. Hofmann, dated Munchen 4 May 1939. 1939 4 From J. Enoch Powell, dated 4 September 1939. 1939 4 From M. P. Charlesworth, dated Cambridge 20 1940 September 1940. 4 Copy of letter to K. Sisam, Secretary to the 1940 Delegates of the Clarendon Press, Oxford, dated 11 October 1940. 4 From M. P. Charlesworth, dated Cambridge 13 1941 January 1941. 4 From Mungo MacCallum, dated 1 February 1941. 1941 4 From Mungo MacCallum, dated 7 February 1941. 1941 4 From Mungo MacCallum, dated 13 February 1941. 1941 4 From Martin Charlesworth, dated Cambridge 18 1941 February 1941. 4 Typed copy of letter from K. Sisam, dated 19 1941 February 1941. 4 From E. Harrison, dated Cambridge 21 February 1941 1941. 4 From K. Sisam, dated Oxford 15 September 1941. 1941

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4 From Mungo MacCallum, dated 4 February 1942. 1942 4 From G. G. Nicholson, dated 6 July 1942. 1942 4 From G. G. Nicholson, dated 29 August 1942. 1942 4 From G. G. Nicholson, dated 9 February 1943. 1943 4 From A. D. Trendall, dated 25 October 1943. 1943 4 From C. R. Martin and George B. Kerferd, dated 1943 29 October 1943. 4 From A. B. Powe and G. P. Shipp, dated 20 1943 October 1943. 4 From G. G. Nicholson, S. H. Roberts, A. L. 1943 Sadler, A. J. A. Waldock, E. G. Waterhouse, dated 20 October 1943. 4 To Mrs Todd from Wallace Lennard with attached 1943 tribute to Todd, dated 26 June 1944. 4 To Mrs Todd from Ritchie Girvan, dated Glasgow 1944 3 October 1944. 4 Document signed by Todd and Ritchie Girvan 1902 being a humorous wager as to whether Todd would remain a bachelor, dated 15 July 1902. 4 Mock printed examination paper composed by Todd 1914 for his sister Merle's birthday on 4 March 1914 [see Nugarum Liber (series 1), page 66-7]. 4 Press clipping of article by Todd published in 1924 the Sydney 'Daily Telegraph', entitled "Mussolini The Glorious Leader". 4 Todd's printed letter of application for the 1921 Chair of Latin in 1921, with testimonials. 4 Manuscript copy of song entitled "The Lady that c. 1918 is desolate", from the songbook 'Company Songs'. 4 Manuscript copy of song entitled "A song of c. 1918 Scarborough", from the songbook 'Company Songs'. 4 Printed flyers for Sydney University Extension n.d. Board lectures by Todd entitled "Highways and Byways of Sicily and Italy" and "Pompeii: the story of the walls".

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4 Obituary speech for Mungo MacCallum, undated. 1942 4 Press clipping from Sydney Morning Herald of 8 1914 July 1914 re Sydney University Union activities. 4 "The amazing history of Dido Queen of Carthage 1913 as told by Latin I, 1913" [see series 1, iem 51]. 4 Manuscript draft of Latin I class examination, 1913 28 May 1913. 4 Manuscript and printed copies of four nursery n.d. rhymes translated into Latin: 'Jack Sprat'; 'Mother Hubbard'; 'Hey Diddle Diddle'; 'Tom, Tom, the piper's son". 4 "De bestiis sermionem circulatorium", signed n.d. LHA and HWA, undated. 4 Manuscript notes on ship's names, five pages 1907 dated 30 January 1907 and 17 February 1907. 4 Press clipping concerning Sydney University carillon, undated and unsourced. 4 Dinner menu in Latin for NSW Club, 19 October 1943 1943. 4 Manuscript music and words entitled "Parody on n.d. 'Where are you going to, my pretty maid?'". 4 Manuscript music and words entitled "Carmen n.d. collegiale". 4 Manuscript music and words entitled 1906 "Prometheus, A Musical Extravaganza in Two Acts by F. A. Todd. Music by Various Composers", dated 1906.

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