1. From W. Hodges of Marble Bar to Arthur Brown about the failure of the specimens in the preserving tank, 21st January, 1918, 1 p.
Letter from Arthur Brown at Tuckabianna to Museum, 1 March 1918, 1 p.
2. To W. Hodges from Glauert about tank problems 4th April, 1918, 1 p.
To C. Thorley, State Battery, Marble Bar, asking him to collect specimens for the Museum, 29th July, 1918, 1. p.
3. To Museum from W. Hodges suggesting C. Thorley as a collector near Nullagine and Bamboo Creek, 9th July, 1918, 1 p.
To H. Hodges from Glauert about C. Thorley collecting 29th July, 1918, 1 p.
4. From A. C. Davis to Museum offering to collect specimens from North West Pacific for 50 pounds, 24th September, 1918 2 p.
5. From Museum to A. C. Davis regret unable to pay him to collect for them, 7th October, 1918, 1 p.
To Museum from H. Hodges about advice from Le Souef about collecting techniques and giving the tank to G. W. Miles to use, 15 February, 1919, 1 p.
6. From Tom Carter to George P. Morison asking that Mr. and Miss May Gibbs see the bird skins he had got from Dirk Hartog Peron, asked for tin of arsenical soap, 2 February, 1919, 1 p.
To Morison, from Broome Hill, sending a few birds to Tring, lost gun, 7 February, 1919, 1 p.
7. To Morison from Broome Hill, sent 55 bird skins by passenger train addressed to Museum, including the Blue-throated Emu Wren (Stipiturus) and Hylacola, different from from Dirk Hartog Island, 19 February, 1919, 1 p.
To Morison from Broome Hill, Stipiturus varied from coastal form, sending another box, 2 March, 1919, 1 p.
8. Card from Collie, address c/- R. Sale, Busselton, check box for Stipiturus female and post it with the rest of collection, 11 March, 1919, 1 card.
To Carter from Morison, box checked, Stipidura added to list, 12th March, 1919, 1 p.
9. To L. M. Kingsmill, S.S. "Minderoo" . Walter Kingsmill informs that you accept specimens for the Museum, prepared for transport, Museum will pay for any freight, 7 April, 1919, 2 p.
10. To Morison from Tom Carter in Augusta, list of 115 skins , J. Higham is taking 2 boxes of skins and 1 emu skin to Perth, 9 April 1919, 1 p.
To Perth,from Busselton, sent by passenger train, list of 24 bird skins, 24 April, 1919, 1 p.
11. To S. Oliver, Warridale Station via Yalgoo, sending equipment and instructions - for collecting birdskins, small mammals, native mice etc., lizards, small snakes, freshwater fish, crayfish or turtles - any land shells from your district 23rd May, 1919 2 p.
12. To C. H. G. Rosser, c/o D. McDaniel, Broome, W. Kingsmill informs that you would collect systematic specimens of marine fauna of the North-West such as sea-snakes, instructions for collecting included, possible publication, 9th May, 1919, 3 p.
13. C/o. D. McDaniel, Broome, from Cedric Rosser, to Museum, offering to collect sea-snakes, by set of numbers, when equipment available, 10th June, 1919, 2 p.
14.To C. Rosser C/o D. McDaniel, Broome, from Museum, address any specimens to General Secretary, 16th July, 1919 1 p.
15. Cedric Rosser to Alexander, suitable equipment not available in Broome, please send aboard the Lugger, an small container , Formalin available in Broome, 28th July, 1919 2.p.
16. To C. Rosser from Keeper of Biology, sending a copper tank by the Minderoo, key in hole in lid, use a large spanner, contains Formalin, 9th September, 1919, 1 p.
From C. Rosser, received copper tank of Formalin, to Museum, 15th December, 1919, 1 p.
17. To R. Walsh, Jigalong Station, via Meekatharra: Craig of Agriculture suggests to me that you might be induced to collect specimens for this Museum who relies on "Friends Out back" for additions to its collections, from Keeper of Biology, 11th September, 1920, 1 p.
To Glauert from D. R. Salinas, at Drysdale River Benedictine Mission apologising for delays in sending specimens, 26th April, 1921, 1 p.
18. To Rev. Father D. B. Salinas, Benedictine Mission, Drysdale River, please retain tank until full, hope for specimen of every kind of opossum there, from Glauert, 18th May, 1921, 1 p.
To Curator from Louis Sullivan, Travellers' Arms Hotel, Canningdale via Armadale, offering to collect from many camps locally killed kangaroos & brusly, 21 June, 1921, 1 p.
19. To Louis Sullivan, Travellers Arms Hotel, Canningdale, via Armadale from Glauert, already have enough kangaroos and wallabies but would like younger specimens 2 or 3 inckes long, sending jar etc. 21st July, 1921, 1 p.
To F. R. Bradshaw, Woodlands, Tambellup, G.S.R. from Glauert sending some shot and preserving preparation 27th Juky, 1922, 1 p.
20. From Sydney C. Ambler, Madang, New Guinea, requesting advice for collecting butterflies, very numerous there, already sent some from the Admiralty Islands, instructions to cure them properly, 20th August, 1922, 1 p.
To C. Nossiter, Perth Observatory from General Secretary, Trustees send you grateful thanks for your collecting specimens from Wallal, 14th November, 1922, 1 p.
21. To Sydney C. Ambler, Officer in Charge, Radio Station, Madang, New Guinea, from L. Glauert, details of collecting specimens, offer of help with equipment, 29th September, 1922, 1 p.
Reply from Sydney C. Ambler hoping to receive some equipment to start collecting butterflies in Madang, New Guinea, 18th November, 1922, 1 p.
22. To Sydney C. Ambler, Radio Station, Madang, New Guinea, from Glauert, sending 2 parcels of equipment and advice to collect butterfly specimens for the Museum, 22nd December, 1922, 1 p.
From South Australian Museum asking 1. What management and collecting techniques are employed by W. A. Museum, 2. How allowance for expenses are computed, 3. Details of any free services from other Government departments, 24 April, 1923, 1 p.
23. To General Secretary, Public Library etc., Adelaide, from Actg. General Secretary, Perth Museum, 1. Scarcity of funds, No. 2. Field expenses calculated under Public Service Regulations, 3. No govt financial assistance for travel expenses, 2nd May, 1923, 1 p.
From Adelaide Public Library etc., to W.A. Museum, thanks for letter advising of collecting conditions 15 May, 1923, 1 p.
24. From Geo. Wilson, Kulin, to Museum asking for advice how to preserve beetles, moths and scorpions, funny looking creatures in bush, 28 April, 1924, 1 p.
To Geo. Wilson, Kulin from Glauert instructions how to collect spiders, scorpions, centipedes, bats, mice, lizards and similar animals, Museum grateful for any specimens 10th May, 1924, 1 p.
25. From D. R. Salinas of Drysdale River Benedictine Mission to Glauert sending back tank with specimens of crustacea next April, it had arrived in bad condition from Wyndham 1st October, 1924, 1 p.
From O. Cusack of Tambrey Station, Roebourne to Glauert sending a few insects, need active specimen bottle sent, beautiful butterflies here now, 18th March, 1925, 1 p.
26. From Glauert to O. Cusack of Tambrey Station, Roebourne, received package of insects, sending killing bottle ; " best place to collect 2 or 3 in your region - scorpions and centipedes, water insects etc. in the pools, dams and rivers, as well as frogs and freshwater tortoises, centipedes, scorpions ", 31st March, 1925, 1 p.
From P. H. Harper, Gingin, to Glauert: Miss Elsie James, c/o Alec B. Edgar of Beermullah, is a possible source of interesting specimens of insects or "bities"16 September, 1926, 1 p.
27. To Elsie James of Beermullah, from Glauert offering instructions and equipment for collecting beetles, frogs, earwigs, and especially scorpions 21st September, 1926, 1 p.
To P. H. Harper, Koorian, Gingin, from Glauert, writing to thank for contact with a collector and details about a bush mouse's teeth differ from the house mouse, send any scorpions, 21st September, 1926, 1 p.
28. To Glauert from E. H. Hamilton, of Yuna, offering to collect specimens but no equipment, found a "flint-like stone", 10th August, 1926, 2 p.
29. To E. H. Hamilton, Yuna via Geraldton, from Glauert suggesting native marsupials, porcupines or echidnas, frogs, toads, lizards and scorpions, no carriage fee to pay, visit us when in Perth for more details, 21 September, 1926, 1 p.
30. To Glauert from E. H. Hamilton of Yuna, no killing bottle has arrived yet, scorpions rare here, one seen in Nabawa and one very big one at Protheroe, will search, donate killing bottle and postage, 27 September, 1926, 1 p.
To E. H. Hamilton, Yuna, my letter to you was unclaimed but found by the W. A. Field Naturalists' Club and sent. Not much storage available for insects but need specimens of Native rats and mice, marsupials, porcupine, frogs, toads, lizards, freshwater tortoises if occuring in your district, and of cource spiders and scorpions, can be sent alive if possible. Sent by mail or rail carriage-free, sending a killing bottle, 22 October, 1926, 1 p.
31. To Glauert from E. H. Hamilton, Yuna, time for Collecting limited, when visiting Perth in April or May will visit Museum !st November, 1926, 2 p.
To Director, from P. Vaughan-Sherrin from Willoughby, Sydney, offering his services as a collector for a Natural History Museum, 21st September, 1927, 3 p.
32. To P. Vaughan-Sherrin, Willoughby, N.S.W. from Museum's General Secretary to inform him that the Trustees have no money available for the purpose mentioned, 12 October, 1927 1 p.
To Glauert from A. P. Ward, Natuva, Buca Bay, Fiji, enquiring about any Fijian specimens in W. A. Museum 29 August, 1928, 1 p.
33. To A. P. Ward from Glauert W. A. Museum would be grateful to have some Fijian specimens in their collection and would welcome especially skins of beautiful Birds and Butterflies, Beetles, Moths and insects, 31st October, 1928, 1 p.
To Glauert from J. R. B. Love, Kunmunya Mission, via Broome, asking to become a member of the Museum, enclosing a blank cheque, special interests anthropological and birds and animals of Australia, offers to send skins of Spotted Cat and Baretailed Rat, 4 December, 1928 1 p.
34.To Glauert from Captain L. W. Claxton of the Bonthorpe in Fremantle offering to collect specimens for the Museum from deep water 24 September, 1929 1 p.
To Captain L. W. Claxton, "Bonthorpe" Fremantle from Glauert thanking him for receiving the
collecting tank and inviting him to visit the Museum 25 September, 1929, 1 p.
35. To Glauert from D. L. Serventy on the Bonthorpe in Albany, apologising for leaving without calling, Captain Claxton will be collecting for the Museum but not yet delivered any specimens 3 p.
36. To Captain L. M. Claxton on S. T. "Bunthorne", Albany, from Glauert, Serventy has told about the successful collection of specimens in the tank : by special arrangement with Railways specimens may be sent to Museum, will refund any costs 17th March, 1930, 1 p.
To Captain Claxton, Bonthorpe, Albany, from Glauert: Mr Bisley visited Museum and told of the tank full of specimens still in the wheelhouse of trawler ; please help get tank to railway as arranged ; if any costs we will reimburse, 30 April, 1930, 1 p.
37. To Glauert from Claxton: due to "Bonthorpe" ceasing trawling, so empty tank will be sent by rail, specimens were sent via D. L. Serventy of University Biology Dept., 5 May, 1930, 3 p.
38. To Percy Ward, Mooliabeenee, M. R. from Glauert who sent a killing bottle 25 April, 1933, 1 p.
39. To Glauert from Rica Rowland of Gidgee Station, Sandstone, thanking for bird books and information, asking for killing bottle, prepared charts of insects, 18 August, 1934, 1 p.
To Rica Rowland from Glauert, thanking her for letter, sending killing bottle, 24 August, 1934, 1p.
40. To J. R. B. Love of Kunmunya Mission, in West Perth, sending key of tank of preservative to be sent to the "Koolinda", details of specimens wanted, and techniques, 12 October, 1934, 1 p.
To Glauert from Arthur Neville Burkitt, University of Sydney Anatomy Dept. asking for a specimen of Myrmecobius and for his collector S. L. Larnach to be included in a proposed trip at Sydney University's expense, 21 March, 1935, 1 p.
41. From LAC. G. James of RAAF, stationed in Papua, offering to collect butterflies etc., referred by V. Serventy, 1 p.
Reply by Glauert: no need of any insects but would like any small bats and small bush animals not larger than a rat if possible, would send preservative material and instructions 4 August, 1943, 1 p.
42. From LAC G. James to Glauert: very few smaller animals apart from a rat about 4" long and flying squirrels, smokey grey, with a yellow white belly fur and a black stripe down the back, partially webbed feet to body ; a few bats at twilight but scarce too, might be found asleep ; not enough to interest you, if sent to another island will contact 12 August 194?, 2 p.
43. To Glauert from A. E. Crocker, Balladonia, 4 November, 1945, very little rain since December, not enough samples to send yet, deep-voiced frogs each evening, 5 November, 1945, 2 p.
To Glauert from A. E. Crocker, Balladonia, not enough samples, very dry year, Bob-tails and stumpy lizards, Monitor lizards scarce, many foxes, 4 November, 1945, 1 p.
44. To Glauert from Percy J. Barwise, c/o Hotel Continental, Broome, last in Pemberton, now an aerodrome, a larger territory to look for specimens for you, rejoining the Royal Society, have large scorpion, plenty here, 3 January, 1946, 2 p.
45. To Percy G. Barwise, c/o Hotel Continental, Broome, please drown scorpions in methylated, wrap in paper with date and send 8 January, 1946, 1 p.
To Glauert from Barwise. have been at Wyndham, have 7 scorpions, one 6 inches long, send killing bottle 20 January, 1946, 1 p.
46. From Glauert to Percy Barwise, Send scorpions as a parcel by the Purser of a State Steamship to send to Museum free of charge ; sending killing bottle, 15 February, 1946, 1 p.
To Glauert from G. H. H. Tate, American Museum of Natural History, New York asking about a collector Kenneth G. Buller, 31 Broome Street, Nedlands recommended by Dr. Ernst Mayr, Curator of Birds. If you are agreeable, write to me c/o Burns, Philp and Co. Ltd., Cairns, Qld., 12 November, 1947, 1 p.
47. To Dr. G.H.H. Tate c/- Burns Phelp, Cairns, Queensland, Mr. Buller is a keen and energetic collector, needs a permit as specimens of native fauna must be in the Museum here as well as collected for another place, 30 January, 1948, 1 p.
To Curator, from Mrs A. K. Brown, Goomarin via Merredin, who "collected for Museum when living in Salmon Gums, but on leaving my killing bottles were left behind. I would like to continue so would you please send me killing bottles and some leaflets on preservation of spiders and insects"
11 April, 1948, 1 p.
48. To Mrs. A. E. Brown, Goomarin via Merredin, have sent killing bottles and leaflets as requested, after valuable specimens from Salmon Gums 14 April, 1048, 1 p.
To Curator from W. S. Moodie, Forrest, 18 October, 1948, thanks for identifying wasp, willing to collect beetles etc. Note: Sent instructions and killing bottle 25/10/48.
49. To Curator from Mrs. I. A. Drysdale, Kimberley Research Station, Ivanhoe via Wyndham offering to collect local fauna, asks for pins and whatever else needed, sent by MacRobertson's plane. She wants 2 sets of every thing collected, 1 set for the Museum, 1 set for her son Leith Drysdale, as a member of the Junior Naturalists, 28 December, 1949, 2 p.
50. To Mrs. I. A. Drysdale from Glauert offering to send a Museum leaflet on collecting methods, killing bottles and formalin, if when preserved, packed in a tin can be sent by airfreight at the Museum's expense, 30 December, 1949, 2 p.
51. To Glauert from Mrs. Evelyn Sales / Ridley, Beela, 8 April, 1949, oldest Ridley catching insects in matchbox, please send a killing bottle, you are welcome to come any time : 6 miles from Brunswick Junction on Collie line 8 April, 1950, 2 p.
52. To Mrs. E. Sales, Beela, from Glauert, help in past, sending killing bottle, 14 April, 1950, 1 p.
53. To Angus Robinson, "Yanjettee", Coolup, from Glauert, revisiting area where famous magpies locality, taxidermist, Buller, keen to go too, passed letter on to him. 16 November, 1950, 1 p.
To Glauert from Alf Snell, 15 Moore Street, Bunbury, send formalin to P.L.B. team Paradise Stn. Derby, send insect box, cork inside top & bottom, 1 March, 1952, 1 p.
54. To Alf Snell, 15 Moore Street, Bunbury from Glauert, sending insect store box and methylated spirits, sending formalin when available. Your consignment of frogs very welcomed by British Museum so please send any you find on any station visited 4 March 1952.
To Glauert from M. S. Gerber, c/- D.D. and E Chapman, Yooragin, Cadoux, D. Serventy advised him to contact Museum for advice for collecting 1 p.
55. To M. S. Gerber c/- D. D. and E. Chapman, Booragin, Cadoux from Glauert, send vertebrates immediately but insects must be killed in a killing bottle which Museum will send, specimens sent to Museum carried free by rail, 18 December, 1952, 1 p.
To Glauert from M. S. Gerber pleased to send specimens to Museum, send killing bottle and instructions, 12 January, 1953, 1 p.
56. To Glauert from Alf Snell, Bunbury, 28 January, 1953, Please post 3 insect boxes, 2 small and 1 large killing bottles to make up a kit to send to Paradise Stn. from Bunbury hoping for enough rain to keep "Frog Swamp" wet enough to tempt burrowing frogs 1 p.
To Alf Snell, 15 Moore Street, Bunbury, from Glauert sending 2 parcels : 1 containing 3 trays, 1 two killing bottles, look for new species of lizards of Kimberley, 5 February, 1953, 1 p.
57. To Glauert from V. J. McDougall, Nyabing, W.A., Buller advised to send Mallee hens alive, permit for 1 pair from Fisheries Dept., 2 August, 1954, 1 p.
To McDougall, Nyabing, Buller and Glauert agree best way to send Mallee fowls alive in a large box with slits for air and some hay or straw 6 August, 1954, 1 p.
58. To Glauert from Agoston von Bujtar, Poste Restant, GPO, Darwin, 21 June, 1954 1 p.
59. From Glauert to Agoston von Bujtar, Darwin 28 July, 1954, 1 p.
From Glauert 1 October, 1954, 1 p.
60. To Ludwig Glauert from Agoston von Bujtar, Darwin, 26 September, 1954, 1 p.