Historical information

The Ballarat School of Mines was a predecessor institution of Federatin University Australia. The scrap books were kept by the librarians and related to topics of interest to the Ballarat School of Mines, its students and its staff.

Physical description


17 December 1954 - Ballarat Junior Technical School Headmaster's Report
05 February 1925 - Ballarat School of Mines Museum closure
25 February 1925 - War Trophies Musuem
06 May 1925 - Ballarat's Museum. Where is it? Some Interesting Facts
14 May 1925 - White Flat Reserve
21 June 1928 - Ballarat School of Mines Procession
14 March 1929 - Mr A.D.R. Galloway - An Australian Abroad - Tragic end.
1929 - Technical Education
17 October 1929 - Agricultural Engineering
15 February 1930 - Ballarat School of Miens Student Association
20 February 1930 - 61s Annual Meeting of the Ballarat School of MInes
02 June 1930 - R. Young in Belgium and visits battlefields including Hill 60.
19 February 1931 - School Hostel Suggested
14 April 1931 - Frank Pinkerton Obituary
15 October 1921 - Life at Mt Isa (E. Loveland)
18 February 1932 - Discussion on Teachers College (Ballarat Teachers' College)
11 July 1931 - Phoenix Model Locomotive donation to the Ballarat School of Mines
06 May 1932 - The Mt Isa Country
21 January 1933 - Education In Victoria: Will a New Era Open
28 September 1933 - New Teaching System Explained by the Minister
17 February 1934 - Trip to New Guinea (A.F. Heseltine)
19 April 1934 -Early Ballarat - Address by Nathan Spielvogel
30 August 1934 - Ballarat Junior Technical School Tennis Court
23 August 1934 - Welding plant and Battery
17 June 1935 - Men about Town - A.F. Heseltine
21 June 1935 - Vocational Guidance
16 July 1935 - Ballarat School of Mines (history)
03 August 1935 - Men About Town - William H. Middleton

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