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  1. Sir Peter MacCallum: The man behind the monument

    Menu from a Luncheon in India, 25 October 1957.

    By Neville Yeomans This post was written as part of the graduate course Digital Humanities MULT900056. Neville Yeomans is currently undertaking a Doctor of Philosophy in …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/archives/sir-peter-maccallum-the-man-behind-the-monument

  2. Microcosm of a global disaster

    By Margaret Mary Sheehan In the pages of the ‘Influenza Temporary Hospital Staff Register’, held by the  University of Melbourne Archives, is evidence of the Spanish …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/archives/microcosm-of-a-global-disaster

  3. The Raymond Priestley diaries

    Raymond Priestley was a significant figure across a number of fields. He was born on 20 July 1886 in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, England. Educated at Tewkesbury Grammar School, where …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/archives/the-raymond-priestley-diaries

  4. More than a “Degree Shop”

    Ravando Despite his short period (1935-38) in Melbourne, Sir Raymond Priestley made significant reforms at the University of Melbourne. As the first salaried Vice-Chancellor, his boldness …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/archives/more-than-a-degree-shop

  5. Diary Entry Dated February 3rd, 1935

    Christopher Orrell To some a diary may serve as a memory aid, or as a place to collect their innermost thoughts. To others it may function …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/archives/diary-entry-dated-february-3rd-1935

  6. An Antarctic joke and the journey to Australia

    Alice Margrison Antarctic explorer and University of Melbourne Vice-Chancellor Raymond Priestley (1886-1974) kept a meticulous diary detailing his daily activities. This entry comes from the first …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/archives/an-antarctic-joke-and-the-journey-to-australia

  7. Impoverished Artists

    Laurence Marvin S. Castillo The Daub art magazines produced by the students of the National Gallery Art School offer glimpses into the practices of art pedagogy …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/archives/impoverished-artists

  8. “Well, well! What an unenviable job judging must be!” — dissenting reports from the 1947 Travelling Scholarship and Art School Prizes

    Mihai Bacaran    The Judges’ Report in the 1948 issue of DAUB —  consists of two conflicting assessments of the work submitted by students for the Travelling …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/archives/well-well-what-an-unenviable-job-judging-must-be-dissenting-reports-from-the-1947-travelling-scholarship-and-art-school-prizes

  9. Priestley’s Penguins

    Andrew Fuhrmann There’s no doubt that Raymond Priestly (1886-1974) had a fondness for penguins. Open any of the fourteen volumes of his Australian diaries (1935-1938) and …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/archives/priestleys-penguins

  10. ‘Daub’ 1947, 1948 and 1949: The Magazine Produced by Students of the National Gallery of Art School

    Daub was a magazine written and illustrated by students of the National Gallery of Art School, now the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) in the …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/archives/daub-1947-1948-and-1949-the-magazine-produced-by-students-of-the-national-gallery-of-art-school

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