The Ballarat Ironworkers' and Polytechnic Association was at the Ballarat School of Mines.
In 1907 J.W. Gregory Professor of Geology at Glasgow Univesity, Late Director of the geological Survey of Victoria and Professor of Geology at Melbourne University. W. Dickson was Secretary for Mines and Donald McLeod was the Minister of Mines.
in 1894 Ernest Lidgey was the Assistant Geological Surveyor for the Victorian Department of Mines. A.W. Howitt was Secretary for Mines and Henry Foster was the Minister of Mines.
Charcoal hard covered report on the Ballarat East Goldfield. The book combines two reports from the Victorian Department of Mines.
The 1894 report is 52 pages and includes images and plans.
The 1907 Report is number 4 in the Memoirs of the Geological Survey of Victoria.
Photographs include Looking South from the Britannia Mullock Heap, View from Sovereign Hill, Golden Point gold discovery site.
Inscriptions & markings
Stamped "Ballarat Ironworkers' Association School of Mines"
Bookplate of the Ballarat Ironworkers' and Polytechnic Association.
Written inside front cover: "S.J. Miller, 115 Ascot Street, Ballarat"
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