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Document - Ballarat School of Mine Indenture (Hector G. Brickhill), 1893

From the Collection of Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre) Federation University Australia, Mt Helen Campus Federation University Australia E.J. Barker Library (top floor) Mount Helen Victoria

.1) Printed indenture document which has been folded in half. Hand written sections have been filled out on the printed document. The indenture is between Andrew Anderson, President of the Ballarat School of Mines, and Hector G. Brickhill of Launceston, Tasmania.

.2) Blue Ballarat School of Mines envelope
Foolscap (folded)
Object Registration
hector g. brickhill, alumni, andrew anderson, ballarat school of mines indenture, ballarat school of mines student-assistant undenture, associate
Historical information
Hector Brickbill paid 100 guineas to the Ballarat School of mines to be admitted as a Student-Assistant as part of a course of instruction in Chemistry, Metallurgy, Geology, Mineralogy, Surveying and Electrical Science. The indenture was for a three year period and required the student-assistant to undertake 40 hours of diligent and faithful work at the Ballarat School of Mines. Not less than 24 hours per week was to be devoted to instruction such as lectures at The School, and not less than 20 hours was to be devoted to the service of The School upon duties in connection with the Laboratories and Museum under the direction of a Professor. Upon completion Hector Brickbill became an Associate of the Ballarat School of Mines, and could put the letters ASMB after his name.

When Made
Made By
Ballarat School of Mines (Maker), Andrew Anderson (Maker), Hector G. Brickhill (Maker)
Last updated
13 Jul 2018 at 4:51PM