Historical information

During 1948 Principal Frank Lord, a Gallipoli veteran, gave an inspiring address reminding students of the great sacrifice made by the Anzacs at Gallipoli. "These men set a high standard which has been followed by men of the second World War. We as teachers can help set standards amongst the children we are privileged to teach, and this we have an important task to do. We also must pay particular care to children of the men who fought and died in the two Great Wars through which our country has passed."

Physical description

Blue soft covered magazine of the Ballarat Teachers' College. Contents include:
* Foreword by Principal Frank Lord "A teacher affects eternity, he can never tell where his influence stops"

Photographic reproductions include:
* 1949 staff and students
* Hostels
* Clubs
* Sports
* Lapses into Literature

Images include:
* S.R.C. and Group Leaders
* Social Committee
* Sports Committee
* Magazine Committee
* Hockey
* Basketball
* Football

Inscriptions & markings

Inside front cover "Monica Miller"