|Collection number||AWM38 3DRL6673|
|Collection type||Digitised Collection|
|Object type||Official Record|
First World War, 1914-1918
|Copying Provisions||Copy provided for personal non-commercial use|
AWM38 3DRL6673 - Material donated after Bean's death, including personal, school and family papers, correspondence, manuscripts, typescripts, photographs and printed material relating to the writing of the Official History and Bean's association with the Australian War Memorial 1915-1962.
- AWM38 3DRL6673/198 - [Official History, 1914-18 War: Records of Charles E W Bean, Official Historian:] Correspondence, 1935-43; refers to Bean's queries about certain American soldiers, including Lt T Aarvig, the origin of "Digger" and a Greek inscription; correspondents includes J L Treloar, Maj Gen F L Huidekoper and others
- AWM38 3DRL6673/788 - [Official History, 1914-18 War: Records of Charles E W Bean, Official Historian:] Papers, 1929-57; relate to various War Memorial films and consist of correspondence with J L Treloar, Sir Tasman Heyes, A W Bazley and J J McGrath together with typescript headed "Titles and sub-titles of Anzac Film"
- AWM38 3DRL6673/799 - [Official History, 1914-18 War: Records of Charles E W Bean, Official Historian:] Papers, 1941; concern consideration of a request that War Memorial art works be included in an exhibition of Australian art in the USA and Canada; contains correspondence with Sir Tasman Heyes and typescript headed "Loan of picutres for an exhibition of Australian art in the United States"
- AWM38 3DRL6673/809 - [Official History, 1914-18 War: Records of Charles E W Bean, Official Historian:] Papers, 1926-34; comprise folder containing correspondence with W F McManomey, Prof T G Tucker, J L Treloar and A W Bazley and photocopies of Greek inscriptions and translations relating to the choice of an inscription for the Australian War Memorial's letter-head