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Colour photograph - Ballarat School of Mines Administration Building

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

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the 1960s, and were later sandblasted to return them to red brick colour. ballarat school of mines lydirad street south administration building a building former wesleyan church ballarat technical art school

Buildings of the Ballarat School of Mines from Lydiard Street South. The brick buildings have all been painted pale blue.

Historical information

The brick buildings were painted blue around the 1960s, and were later sandblasted to return them to red brick colour.

Scrapbook - Ballarat School of Mines Scrapbook 1921-1924

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

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scrapbook ballarat technical art school clay ceramics pottery native clay maurice copland h.h. smith c.h. beanland technical schools albert e. dowling john dulfer jenkin swimming shield r.s. dale j.y. mcdonald a.f. heseltine stained glass windows amalie

Hard covered scrapbook with newspaper clippings relating to the Ballarat School of Mines.

Historical information

The clippings in this book relate to the Ballarat School of Mines.

Colour Photograph - Federation University Ballarat School of Mines Campus, Lydiard Street, Ballarat

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

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Campus, Lydiard Street, Ballarat. Australia Victoria Mount Helen smb library ballarat school of mines smb campus ballarat technical art school administration building former wesley church former ballarat gaol

Colour photograph of the Federation University SMB Campus, Lydiard Street, Ballarat.

Object - Telescope

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

This telescope was used at the Ballarat School of Mines, and used to be located on the roof of the Ballarat Technical Art School (Gribble Building) at the Ballarat School of Mines. The telescope was reconditioned by former staff member Graeme Hood.

on the roof of the Ballarat Technical Art School (Gribble Building) at the Ballarat School of Mines. The telescope was reconditioned by former staff member Graeme Hood. telescope observatory

Black telescope with 9 inch mirror and large counterweight.

Historical information

This telescope was used at the Ballarat School of Mines, and used to be located on the roof of the Ballarat Technical Art School (Gribble Building) at the Ballarat School of Mines. The telescope was reconditioned by former staff member Graeme Hood.

Inscriptions & Markings

On the back of the mirror are the following words "G M Riley Sunshine 1922"

Photo - Two Ballarat School of Mines students, c1964

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

A black and white photograph of two Ballarat School of Mines Metallurgy students on the Ballarat Technical Art School Steps.. Left to right: Geoff Bell, Frank Fleming.

Technical Art School Steps.. Left to right: Geoff Bell, Frank Fleming. ballarat school of mines student activities geoff bell frank fleming metallurgy

A black and white photograph of two Ballarat School of Mines Metallurgy students on the Ballarat Technical Art School Steps.. Left to right: Geoff Bell, Frank Fleming.

Photograph - Black and White - Ballarat School of Mines, c1980s

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

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Ballarat School of Mines from Lydiard Street South. From left to right - the Ballarat Uniting Church, School of Mines Museum (Former Wesleyan Church), New Classrooms and Administration Building, Ballarat Technical Art School, Gaol Governor's

Uniting Church, School of Mines Museum (Former Wesleyan Church), New Classrooms and Administration Building, Ballarat Technical Art School, Gaol Governor's residence. The Ballarat School of Mines was estabished in 1870, making it the first site

Ballarat School of Mines from Lydiard Street South. From left to right - the Ballarat Uniting Church, School of Mines Museum (Former Wesleyan Church), New Classrooms and Administration Building, Ballarat Technical Art School, Gaol Governor's residence.

Historical information

The Ballarat School of Mines was estabished in 1870, making it the first site of technical education in Australia.

Photograph - Colour - Ballarat School of Mines, c1980s

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

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Ballarat School of Mines from Lydiard Street South. From left to right - the Ballarat School of Mines Administration Building, ans Ballarat Technical Art School.

of Mines Administration Building, ans Ballarat Technical Art School. ballarat school of mines ballarat school of mines museum lydiard street south ballarat technical art school administration building a building

Ballarat School of Mines from Lydiard Street South. From left to right - the Ballarat School of Mines Administration Building, ans Ballarat Technical Art School.

Documents - Ballarat Technical Art School Scholarship Record, 1915-1929

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

Ballarat Technical Art School Scholarship Record, 1915-1929

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Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre) Documents Ballarat Technical Art School Scholarship Record, 1915-1929 Grey hard covered book with hand written names of scholarship recipients, their role

Grey hard covered book with hand written names of scholarship recipients, their role and who they work for. The scholarships are: Senior Tech Day Course (50 pounds) Senior Tech Evening COurse (10 pounds) City Council Scholarships State School Departmental Scholarships Student Teacher Scholarships Junior Technical School Day Course Scholarships Junior Technical School Evening Course Scholarships Girls Preparatory Scholarships Exhibition Scholarships McRobertson Scholarship Ladies Art Scholarship

Historical information

Ernest Robson received a Senior Technical Scholarship for his evening study in Stained Glass.

Documents - Ballarat Technical Art School Principal's Reports, 1944-1949

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

Ballarat Technical Art School Principal's Reports, 1944-1949

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Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre) Documents Ballarat Technical Art School Principal's Reports, 1944-1949 Brown hard covered book with hand written reports from the Art Principal, Donald I

Brown hard covered book with hand written reports from the Art Principal, Donald I. Johnston. 20 September 1944 - Convalescent Depot soldiersfor tuition

Documents - Ballarat Technical Art School, 1929-1939

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

Ballarat Technical Art School, 1929-1939

ballarat technical art school

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre) Documents Ballarat Technical Art School, 1929-1939 Brown hard covered book with hand written reports from the Art Principal, H.H. Principal. 24 August 1932

Brown hard covered book with hand written reports from the Art Principal, H.H. Principal. 24 August 1932 - Wiltshire Poster Competition 19 August 1936 - King George V Memorial 18 November 1936 - Society for the Promotion of Peace in Melbourne

Documents - Ballarat Technical Art School, 1918-1929

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

Ballarat Technical Art School, 1918-1929

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1928 - Donation of a linotype machine by The Courier. 27 June 1928 - Internal Sewerage to the Ballarat Technical Art School

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre) Documents Ballarat Technical Art School, 1918-1929 Blue hard covered book with hand written reports from the Art Principal, H.H. Principal. Two letters

Blue hard covered book with hand written reports from the Art Principal, H.H. Principal. Two letters are pasted into the front, one from Frank Tate of the Victorian Education Department. 26 April 1918 - Proposed pottery industry in Ballarat 31 May 1919 - Erection of pottery kiln, with Selkirk bricks. 28 June 1918 - Daylesford Technical Art School. 30 August 1918 - Resignation of C. Campbell, instructor of Photography. 25 October 1918 - Returned Soldiers Classes in Art Metal and Signwriting. 25 October 1918 - Herald Shield Trophy 28 July 1922 - Ragged Boys Home, Tennis Court 22 August 1924 - Letterhead of the Attorney General Victoria concerning the transfer of the Ballarat Supreme Court to the Ballarat School of Mines. 15 October 1924 and 20 May 1925 - Carvings of 24 panels decorated with Australian birds, animals and flora to form part of the decoratve scheme for the Villers Bretonneux school. 21 April 1926 - White Flat is available for the use of the school. 29 February 1928 - Donation of a linotype machine by The Courier. 27 June 1928 - Internal Sewerage to the Ballarat Technical Art School

Copy of a colour photograph - Downpipe detail at the Ballarat School of Mines Technical Art School, 2019

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

Downpipe detail at the Ballarat School of Mines Technical Art School, 2019

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Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre) Copy of a colour photograph Photograph Downpipe detail at the Ballarat School of Mines Technical Art School, 2019 Colour photograph of the downpipes

Colour photograph of the downpipes on a building at the Ballarat School of Mines.

Image - Clay Clames Mr T's Time

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

Thomas Trengrove resigned from the Ballarat Technical Art School so he could take up a position at the Stawell School of Mines, 1908.

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre) Image Clay Clames Mr T's Time Image of Ballarat School of Mines Ceramics Teacher, Thomas Trengrove. Thomas Trengrove resigned from the Ballarat Technical Art

Image of Ballarat School of Mines Ceramics Teacher, Thomas Trengrove.

Historical information

Thomas Trengrove resigned from the Ballarat Technical Art School so he could take up a position at the Stawell School of Mines, 1908.

Object - Artist's Box

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

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Edith Alice Watson completed an art course at the School of Mines Ballarat from 1930 to 1933. Alice's comprehensive folio of Technical Arts School work is held at the Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre.

folio of Technical Arts School work is held at the Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre. alice watson edith alice watson ballarat school of mines artists workbook ballarat technical art school paint oil paint

A cardboard box containing items used by Alice Watson to produce paintings. The items included are: tubes of oil colour; two paint palettes; paint brushes; imperial measure tape measure; pencils; an erasure; two pencil sharpeners; a roll of brown, gummed tape; small, round container of various pins; a State Savings Bank Victoria ruler; and a collection of scraps of artists paper held together with a metal clip which includes a list of paint colour names and a design tracing of a fuschia. There is a small, plywood, stretching board.

Historical information

Edith Alice Watson completed an art course at the School of Mines Ballarat from 1930 to 1933. Alice's comprehensive folio of Technical Arts School work is held at the Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre.

Image - Black and White - Ballarat School of Mines Students' Magazine Editorial Committee, 1922

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

A group portrain of the Ballarat School of Mines editorial group. Back row (left to right): H.A. Palmer (Chemistry), G.R. Simons (Ballarat Junior Technical School), Percival A. Trompf (Hon. Treasurer) Centre row (left to right): H.E. Nicholls

. Back row (left to right): H.A. Palmer (Chemistry), G.R. Simons (Ballarat Junior Technical School), Percival A. Trompf (Hon. Treasurer) Centre row (left to right): H.E. Nicholls (Trade), Miss C. McIlvena (art), Miss G. Tunbridge (Art), Miss V. Gilchrist

A group portrain of the Ballarat School of Mines editorial group. Back row (left to right): H.A. Palmer (Chemistry), G.R. Simons (Ballarat Junior Technical School), Percival A. Trompf (Hon. Treasurer) Centre row (left to right): H.E. Nicholls (Trade), Miss C. McIlvena (art), Miss G. Tunbridge (Art), Miss V. Gilchrist (Girls' Prep. School), Miss E. McKissock (Art); G.W. Cowdell (Military). Front row (left to right): Harold Jolly (Staff Representative), D.R. Evans (Sport)

Document - correspondence - Letter to Charles B. Herbertson from L. Austin

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

Letter written to Charles B. Herbertson of North Brighton informing him that he has been selected to succeed Mr A.M. Lilburne as Master of the Technical Art School, Ballarat

been selected to succeed Mr A.M. Lilburne as Master of the Technical Art School, Ballarat School of Mines Ballarat is a predecessor of Federation University. charles b. herbertson herbertson master of technical art school correspondence letter lancelot

Letter written to Charles B. Herbertson of North Brighton informing him that he has been selected to succeed Mr A.M. Lilburne as Master of the Technical Art School, Ballarat

Historical information

School of Mines Ballarat is a predecessor of Federation University.

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.

Object - Burnbank Street Methodist Sunday School Honor Board

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

This honour board is thought to have been made to a design by a student of the Ballarat Technical Art School, a division of the Ballarat School of Mines. "Honor Boards. — During the past few months very many honor boards have been manufactured

to have been made to a design by a student of the Ballarat Technical Art School, a division of the Ballarat School of Mines. "Honor Boards. — During the past few months very many honor boards have been manufactured by Messrs R. Tunbridge and Sons

Timber honour board for the Burnbank Methodist Church in Ballarat.

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This honour board is thought to have been made to a design by a student of the Ballarat Technical Art School, a division of the Ballarat School of Mines. "Honor Boards. — During the past few months very many honor boards have been manufactured by Messrs R. Tunbridge and Sons, and their handsome design and workmanship have given complete satisfaction to purchasers. Some time ago, the firm gave five guineas, for prizes to the architectural class at the School of Mines for the best honor board designs, and some magnificent suggestions were submitted by the competitors. Messrs Tunbridge and Sons, in adopting this plan, gave encouragement to the students to develop along the lines of originality in architecture, and at the same time secure a very fine collection of designs. The whole of the honor boards turned out by the firm are of local manufacture and only the very choicest of Australian timbers are used. As Tunbridge and Sons have made the manufacture of honor boards a speciality they are employing a couple of first-class cabinetmakers on the work of making honor hoards only, and the lettering is also done by a local firm. An honor board which has just been completed by Tunbridge and Sons is at present on view in the firm's window facing Sturt street. It is for Holy Trinity Church, Stawell, is manufactured from Queensland maple, beautifully grained, and is of handsome gothic design. This honor Board is 8 feet in height, and measures 5 feet 6 inches across, and it contains 142 names, including 10 heroes who have won distinctions, and 37 soldiers who have made the supreme sacrifice. Tunbridge and Sons have manufactured honor boards for Miners' Rest:, Weatherboard, Scotchman's Lead, Durham lead, the Buninyong Methodist Church, Ballarat Shire south riding, St. Arnaud High School, Knox Sunday School, and Bungaree Shire Council, and there are boards for the Watchem South State School, and Springdallah in hand. People are realising that there is no need to go to Melbourne for honor boards, which are manufactured by Tunbridge and Sons of superior material, and are better finished and their prices are much below metropolitan rates." (Ballarat Star, 27 April 1918) Geoffrey Blainey's father was the pastor at the Burnbank Methodist church. Geoffrey Blainey became the first Chancellor of the University of Ballarat, a predecessor of Federation University Australia. The Honour Board was removed from the Wendouree Uniting Church when it was closed on August November 2019.

Book - Ballarat School of Mines and Industries Handbook, 2004

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

The Ballarat School of Mines was a predecessor institution of Federation University. It was established in 1870 through initiatives of the Ballarat Mining Board which felt there was a need for such a institution because of the declining number

of the century, the direction of the College changed and broadened. The Art School was established in 1907, and in 1912 trade classes commenced in carpentry, fitting and turning, plumbing and telegraphy. In 1913 the Ballarat Junior Technical School became part

White two ringed folder with an image of the Ballarat School of Mines on the cover. It contains a history of the Ballarat School of Mines and Industries, courses, apprenticeships, and further information.

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The Ballarat School of Mines was a predecessor institution of Federation University. It was established in 1870 through initiatives of the Ballarat Mining Board which felt there was a need for such a institution because of the declining number of mine managers for the goldfields. Classes i Surveying, Mathematics and Chemistry began in 1871. With the decline in goldmining in the early part of the century, the direction of the College changed and broadened. The Art School was established in 1907, and in 1912 trade classes commenced in carpentry, fitting and turning, plumbing and telegraphy. In 1913 the Ballarat Junior Technical School became part of SMB. In 1970 the tertiary sector of the college was formed and became Ballarat College of Advanced Education when it separated from SMB in 1976. In the same year SMB became a regional College of Technical and Further Education (TAFE).

Artwork - Drawing - [Poultry] c 1931 - 1933

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

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The full folio of work undertaken while Alice Watson was a student at the Ballarat Technical Art School is held by Federation University Australia

at the Ballarat Technical Art School is held by Federation University Australia ballarat technical art school edith alice watson alumni alice watson pencil drawing poultry Edith Alice Watson

Pencil drawing of a rooster and hens

Historical information

The full folio of work undertaken while Alice Watson was a student at the Ballarat Technical Art School is held by Federation University Australia

Artwork - Drawing - [Good Camping] 1931-1933

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

ballarat technical art school

The full folio of work undertaken while Alice Watson was a student at the Ballarat Technical art School is held by Federation University Australia.

at the Ballarat Technical art School is held by Federation University Australia. ballarat technical art school edith alice watson alumni alice watson pencil pencil rubbings graphite transfer camping girl guides Edith Alice Watson Edith Alice Watson

Double sided. Sketch depicting a campfire and tents with a Girl Guides badge upper, right corner on one side and a graphite transfer on verso.

Historical information

The full folio of work undertaken while Alice Watson was a student at the Ballarat Technical art School is held by Federation University Australia.

Inscriptions & Markings

GOOD CAMPING written on top, left side. Girl guides badge with the motto "Be Prepared" at top right corner. Small practice sketch above main drawing

Artwork - Painting - [Still Life] c 1931 - 1933

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

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The full folio of work undertaken by Alice Watson while a student at the Ballarat Technical Art School is held by Federation University Australia.

Double sided. Two water colour paintings undertaken by Edith Alice (Alice) Watson for art course at the Ballarat Technical Art School, a division of the Ballarat School of Mines. One side has a corked bottle,jar with leaves and onions. At the side

Technical Art School, a division of the Ballarat School of Mines. One side has a corked bottle,jar with leaves and onions. At the side is a flower and two onions. Verso is a blue vase, metal mug, champagne glass, an onion and two tomatoes. E.A.WATSON verso

Double sided. Two water colour paintings undertaken by Edith Alice (Alice) Watson for art course at the Ballarat Technical Art School, a division of the Ballarat School of Mines. One side has a corked bottle,jar with leaves and onions. At the side is a flower and two onions. Verso is a blue vase, metal mug, champagne glass, an onion and two tomatoes.

Historical information

The full folio of work undertaken by Alice Watson while a student at the Ballarat Technical Art School is held by Federation University Australia.

Inscriptions & Markings

E.A.WATSON verso lrs of painting

Artwork - Painting - Portrait by Jean Appletom

Ballarat Heritage Services, Bakery Hill Post Office

Ballarat Heritage Services Artwork - Painting Portrait by Jean Appletom A sketched portrait of a man's head by Jean Apppleton. Jean APPLETON (1911-2003) Jean Appleton was a painter and craftworker who studied at East Sydney Technical College

A sketched portrait of a man's head by Jean Apppleton.

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Jean APPLETON (1911-2003) Jean Appleton was a painter and craftworker who studied at East Sydney Technical College and at the Westminster School, London. After seeing French sculptor Maillol's work 'The Cyclist' she was inspired to try sculpture and consequently studied under Eric Schilsky in London. With the outbreak of war she returned to Australia, thereafter teaching at high schools in the ACT and NSW and at the Julian Ashton and National Art Schools in Sydney. The first of her thirteen solo exhibitions was held at Sydney’s Macquarie Galleries in 1940. Resident in England from 1969 to 1981, she continued to teach intermittently into the late 1970s. After a difficult first marriage to artist Eric Wilson, who died, she married painter Tom Green and they settled in Moss Vale. Though her work is now represented in major state and regional collections, Appleton was like many women artists of her generation in that recognition of her work came late in life: she was in her eighties when a public gallery first presented a retrospective exhibition of her art. (https://www.portrait.gov.au/portraits/2013.92/self-portrait, accessed 15 September 2019) Jean Appleton won the inaugural Portia Geach Memorial Award in 1965 with this work. She dies in 2003.

Doily - Crocheted Doilies

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

Edith Alice Watson attended the Ballarat Technical Art School. Her mother was Edith Emma Watson (Nee Yung) was her mother, and Clara Emma Yung (nee Smith) was her grandmother.

the Ballarat Technical Art School. Her mother was Edith Emma Watson (Nee Yung) was her mother, and Clara Emma Yung (nee Smith) was her grandmother. doily doiley crochet edith alice watson alice watson embroidery edith emma watson edith emma yung clara emma yung

Seven hand crocheted doilies either by Clara Emma Yüng nee Smith or her daughter Edith Emma Watson nee Yüng.

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Edith Alice Watson attended the Ballarat Technical Art School. Her mother was Edith Emma Watson (Nee Yung) was her mother, and Clara Emma Yung (nee Smith) was her grandmother.

Report - Ballarat School of Mines and Industries Ballarat Limited 1995 College Plan

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

Plan. ballarat school of mines objectives social and community studies building studies rural studies business studies vocational arts hospitality studies applied science further education tafe technical and further education ararat campus ararat prison

Blue covered report stapled at top left corner. Contents include a profile and focus of the School, Training Context, Regional Influences, training priorities, budget summary, organizational structure, corporate goals and objectives, Statement of purpose and key initiatives, Activity Profiles, Performance monitoring, Capital Works Plan.

Booklet - Ballarat School of Mines Annual Report. 1913

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

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Technical Art School would be built on the site of the former Circuit Courthouse, which for many years served as a Museum for the School. It was noted that demolishing this building would remove one of the very oldest landmarks of Ballarat. The Ballarat

was introduced to the Ballarat School of Mines in this year, as was the Ballarat Junior Technical School - a division of the Ballarat School of Mines. Assay and Chemical Laboratories remodelled. It was decided that the new Ballarat Technical Art School would

Two printed copies of the Ballarat School of Mines Annual Report for the year 1913.

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Sheetmetal was introduced to the Ballarat School of Mines in this year, as was the Ballarat Junior Technical School - a division of the Ballarat School of Mines. Assay and Chemical Laboratories remodelled. It was decided that the new Ballarat Technical Art School would be built on the site of the former Circuit Courthouse, which for many years served as a Museum for the School. It was noted that demolishing this building would remove one of the very oldest landmarks of Ballarat. The Ballarat Observatory was transferred to the Ballarat East Council. Thomas S. Hart resigned to fulfil the position of Head Master of the School of Forestry at Creswick. B. Whitington resigned to fill the position of Directorr of the School of Mines at Queenstown, Tasmania.

Document - Ballarat Technical Art School Timetable

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

Ballarat Technical Art School Timetable

Ballarat East Technical and Art School is an early division of the School of Mines Ballarat

Ballarat East Technical and Art School stamp at the bottom of the page.

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre) Document Ballarat Technical Art School Timetable Handwritten sheet showing teachers' names, subjects, days, hours etc. Ballarat East Technical and Art School

Handwritten sheet showing teachers' names, subjects, days, hours etc.

Historical information

Ballarat East Technical and Art School is an early division of the School of Mines Ballarat

Inscriptions & Markings

Ballarat East Technical and Art School stamp at the bottom of the page.

Document - Abstracts of returns from Schools of Art for the year Ending December 1885

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

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of Art, the Ballarat city School of Art, and the Ballarat West School of Art ballarat east school of art ballarat west school of art ballarat city school of art a. doepel a. humphreys h.g. upham w.h. batten james oldham henry j. hall ballarat technical

Copy of two foolscap pages with information on the Ballarat East School of Art, the Ballarat city School of Art, and the Ballarat West School of Art

Booklet - The Castlemaine Technical School and Trade Workshops Prospectus 1919, For Engineering, Trade and Art Students

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

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre) Booklet The Castlemaine Technical School and Trade Workshops Prospectus 1919, For Engineering, Trade and Art Students Brown soft covered booklet with 36 pages

Brown soft covered booklet with 36 pages and information on office bearers, teaching staff, objects of the school, information for parents, courses, subjects and fees.

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Used at Ballarat School of Mines and Industries Ballarat

Booklet - Ballarat School of Mines Prospectus A, 1916-7

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

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The Ballarat Technical Art School was part of the Ballarat School of Mines

in Turning and Fitting The Ballarat Technical Art School was part of the Ballarat School of Mines ballarat school of mines ballarat technical art school design modelling figure drawing fashion plate drawing black and white illustration wood carving lettering

A soft covered book of 58 pages called the Ballarat School of Mines and Industries Prospectus A. Contents includes teaching staff, school hours, curriculum, fee list, Travelling concessions, school library, classification of subjects. scholarships, list of examiners, full science courses Includes images Staff of the Ballarat School of Mines and Students at work in Turning and Fitting

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The Ballarat Technical Art School was part of the Ballarat School of Mines