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Book - Old England: a pictorial museum of Regal, Ecclesiastical, Baronial, Municipal and Popular Antiquities

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen

A plate inside front cover titled "Ballarat Technical Art School Library No. R/170

titled "Ballarat Technical Art School Library No. R/170" Charles Knight is an English publisher and author. He was born at Windsor in 1791, and died in 1873 at Addlestone, Surrey. This book covers the period of English history from pre Roman times

A large leather brown/gilt cover book with black leather bound and corners. 392 p. with coloured and b/w illustrations. It includes a table of contents of volume 1, 18 illuminated engraved (colour) plates, indexes to the engravings at the end of the book. 'Old England' gilt decoration on spine. The book shows how life was like in old England in regards to people, places, architecture and fashions, etc. from Roman times through to Industrial age. The book is published in two volumes, the book in hand contains volume 1 only.

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Charles Knight is an English publisher and author. He was born at Windsor in 1791, and died in 1873 at Addlestone, Surrey. This book covers the period of English history from pre Roman times to the Industrial age. It shows how life was like in old England in regards to people, places, architecture and fashions, etc. The book contains 1000's of wonderful engravings, hand coloured plates beside 100's of pages of text contained in one volume.

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A plate inside front cover titled "Ballarat Technical Art School Library No. R/170"

Report - A guide to the heritage buildings at the School of Mines and Industries Ballarat, campus of the University of Ballarat, c2000

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen

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A sixteen page PDF outlining informnation on heritage buildings on the Ballarat School of Mines Campus (later Federation Uinversity SMB Campus). Contents A short history of the Ballarat School of Mines Timeline Former Wesleyan Church Administration Building Ballarat Technical Art School Building Former Ballarat Gaol Former Ballarat Court House

Photograph - Black and White - Ballarat School of Mines Students' Magazine, 1916-1923

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen

the Ballarat Technical Art School (part of the Ballarat School of Mines [SMB] campus) from 1912. After completing his art course Ted was employed as an assistant teacher at the Art School, before taking a position as cartoonist with the Ballarat Star newspaper

copies for years 1916 to 1923. 1916 The 1916 Students' Magazine features many references to World War One, including an image of Ted Cannon, a gifted artist attending the Ballarat Technical Art School (part of the Ballarat School of Mines [SMB] campus

A red bound copy of the Ballarat School of Mines Students' Magazine, holding copies for years 1916 to 1923. 1916 The 1916 Students' Magazine features many references to World War One, including an image of Ted Cannon, a gifted artist attending the Ballarat Technical Art School (part of the Ballarat School of Mines [SMB] campus) from 1912. After completing his art course Ted was employed as an assistant teacher at the Art School, before taking a position as cartoonist with the Ballarat Star newspaper at the end of 1914. In 1915 Ted was awarded the prestigious Victorian Education Department Senior Technical School Scholarship. Only months into his scholarship, Ted volunteered for the AIF. He was killed in action on 14 September 1916 in France. 1917 Editorial staff, Natural Colour Motion Pictures, Chemistry, Caricatures, Old Art School Students, Old Science School Students, Broken Hill, Lal Lal Deposits, SMB Athletic Team, SMB Roll of Honor, Junior Technical School Senior Cadet Team, Ballarat, Junior Technical School; Ballarat Junior Technical School Bugle Band, A visit to Ronaldson's Workshop 1920 Historical Sketch of the Ballarat School of Mines, War Service, Editorial Staff, Maurice Copland Obituary, The Chemist, Separation of Lead and Zinc Sulphides, Explosives, Werribee Gorge Visit, Daylesford Visit, Sports Ground, Indian Art, Dressmaking, Herbert H. Smith, Drawing From the Antique, Caricatures, Ballarat School of Mines Football Team. 1921 A.F. Hesiltine, Editorial Staff, Feathertop and Mt Buffalo trip, Plumbing, frequency changer, Melbourne excursion, Melbourne Electric Railways, Dawn of Modern Art, Moorabool Trip, Guy Fawkes, Bush Camp, Caricatures, manual art, past students, SMB Athletic Team, Cadet camp at Broadmeadows, Ballarat Junior Technical School Athletics Team. 1922 Editorial Staff, Assaying, Plasticity of Clay, Lal Lal V Morwell, Cheap Electricity, Clyde Lukeis Obituary, Ken Moss Obituary, Past Students, Old Boy's Association, Reunion, SMB Athletic Team, Military News, Athletics 1923 Editorial Staff, Alfred Mica Smith Biography, caricature, Robert James Dowling Obituary, Chemistry, America, SM Football Team, Ballarat Junior Technical School, Wireless Telegraphy, Caricatures,

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The Ballarat School of Mines Magazine does not appear to have been publishing in 1914, 1915, 1917, 1918, and 1919.

Image - Federation University: Our Story, 2019

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen

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A chart showing all the predecessor institutions of Federation University Australia.

Booklet - Federation University SMB Campus

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen

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Twenty page booklet outlining some of the buildings on the Federation University SMB Campus

Report - Ballarat School of Mines Conservation Management Plan, 2016

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen

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CD-ROM of the SMB Campus Conservation Management plan, and a printout of the 390 page Draft report on the Federation University SMB Campus.

Artwork - Ceramics - Ballarat School of Mines Sherry Glasses, c1951

Federation University Australia Art Collection ,

classes for women run by Geoff Mainwaring. These popular extension programmes promoted the Ballarat School of Mines and their Technical Art School, especially among middle-class women who would otherwise have had little connection with the institution

by Geoff Mainwaring. These popular extension programmes promoted the Ballarat School of Mines and their Technical Art School, especially among middle-class women who would otherwise have had little connection with the institution. Majorie was married

Two hand thrown ceramics 'sherry glasses' with the Ballarat School of Mines shield in oxide. The glasses are houses in a small blue and white lidded box.

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Marjorie Evelyn GARNER Although not a fully enrolled student, Majorie Garner attended Pottery classes at the Ballarat School of Mines run by Neville Bunning. She also took advantage of other classes offer to 'non-students' such as oil painting classes for women run by Geoff Mainwaring. These popular extension programmes promoted the Ballarat School of Mines and their Technical Art School, especially among middle-class women who would otherwise have had little connection with the institution. Majorie was married to Leslie Garner, the Principal of the Ballarat Junior Technical School, a division of the Ballarat School of Mines.