Federation University Australia Historical Collection
Documents, Herbert Henry Smith, Ballarat Technical Art School, 1918-1929
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 Schoolballarat school of mines, ballarat technical art school, h.h. smith, returned soldier teachers, harold herbert, ponsonby carew-smyth, f.h. hoskin, carpentry workshop, donald i. johnston, herald shield, kenneth moss, hilda wardle, miss bell, margaret bell, millinery, j.y. mcdonald soldiers memorial, john rowell, repatriation building, stained glass classes, dressmaking fees, ballarat supreme court, m. baird, carvings, villers bretonneux school carvings, ethel kift, m.c. young, macrobertson scholarship, elvie ford, edwin robinson, annie hauser, robina mackie, e. quick, tennis court, w.e. gower, colin hunt, white flat, frank hall, effie holmes, mavis beacham, henry harvey, plaster casts, pearl frickie, w.r. dean, marjery henderson, sewerage, laura crouch, ballarat teachers' college, gertie gough, gwen nagle, lynda clark, jack walker, cyril gibbs, repatriation, donald johnston, ceramics, kiln, c. campbell, photography, jean maude, sylvia copperwaite, olga dulfer, may pollock, margaret bailey, stella clarkson, may norrie, nellie nicholls, nancy govan, edith curnow, kathleen windsor, betty johnson, edna pearson, elvie thege, gwen neagle, effie george, gwen tunbridge