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A. F. Tylee photographic slides of Australian travel, ca. 1952-1966

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A. F. Tylee photographic slides of Australian travel, ca. 1952-1966

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SLIDES 277 , PXA 1793

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YK5QOZRn

A. F. Tylee photographic slides of Australian travel, ca. 1952-1966

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A. F. Tylee photographic slides of Australian travel, ca. 1952-1966

Full title

A. F. Tylee photographic slides of Australian travel, ca. 1952-1966

Author / Creator

Date

ca. 1952-1966

Call Numbers

SLIDES 277 , PXA 1793

Record Identifier

YK5QOZRn
Physical Description

Contents

Approximately 5908 slides - 35mm. - colour

0.05 metres of textual material (2 volumes in 1 box) - manuscript

Other Descriptions

Level of description

Fonds

Arrangement

By number on slide mount; original arrangement of slides broadly follows chronology and itinerary

Access and use

Copying Conditions

Copyright status : In copyright - Applies to photographs taken on or after 1 January 1955

Out of copyright : Applies to photographs taken before 1955

Please acknowledge: : Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales

Physical Access Conditions

Access to this pictures collection via appointment only. Please submit your request through Ask a Librarian : Applies to SLIDES 277

Subjects

Subjects and topics

New England (N.S.W.) University of New England Broken Hill (N.S.W.) Katoomba (N.S.W.) Adelaide (S. Aust.) Gippsland (Vic.) Echuca (Vic.) Brisbane (Qld.) Rockhampton District (Qld.) Hunter River Region (N.S.W.) Dandenong Ranges (Vic.) Melbourne Region (Vic.) Ceduna (S. Aust.) Albany (W.A.) Perth (W.A.) Whyalla (S. Aust.) Canberra (A.C.T.) Mildura (Vic.) Colac (Vic.) Myrtleford (Vic.) Buffalo, Mount (Vic.) Snowy Mountains Region (N.S.W.) Menindee (N.S.W.) Lightning Ridge (N.S.W.) Mootwingee (N.S.W.) Narrabri District (N.S.W.) Tibooburra (N.S.W.) Cooper Creek (S. Aust.) Coober Pedy (S. Aust.) Alice Springs Region (N.T.) Tennant Creek (N.T.) Darwin Region (N.T.) Mount Isa (Qld.) Oodnadatta (S. Aust.) Murray Bridge (S. Aust.) Wentworth (N.S.W.) Bourke Region (N.S.W.) Orange District (N.S.W.) Christchurch (N.Z.) Walgett (N.S.W.) Lorne (Vic.) Port Augusta (S. Aust.) Silverton (N.S.W.) Swan Hill (Vic.) Port Macdonnell (S. Aust.) Kingoonya (S. Aust.) Mataranka (N.T.) Rum Jungle (N.T.) Innamincka (S. Aust.) Finke (N.T.) Radium Hill (S. Aust.) Mitchell Library Reading Room Mundrabilla homestead (W.A.) mines dams & reservoirs cattle stations pumping stations universities wild flowers hotels & taverns geography & travel camping art exhibitions gold panning rivers surveyors Aboriginal peoples (Australians) graves aeroplanes monuments & memorials water bores missions (church settlements) Animals--Australia. Automobile travel--Australia. Australia--Description and travel--20th century. Adult Females Adult Males Ghan (train) Pugh, Clifton, 1924-1990

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

SLIDES 277

Contents selectively transcribed by cataloguer from titles, dates, and index numbers handwritten on slide mounts (see note regarding index volumes). Index numbers grouped in contents list by cataloguer for legibility.

1-141 Port Fairy, Mt Gambier, Port MacDonnell, Torrens River, Adelaide, Flinders Ranges, Quorn, Broken Hill...

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A. F. Tylee photographic slides of Australian travel, ca. 1952-1966

AUTHORS, ARTISTS AND CONTRIBUTORS

Author / Creator

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Presented by Mrs D. Tylee, February 1971
Pic.Acc.2146

Administrative / Biographical history

'Mr. Tylee died in 1966 during his seventeenth year as Director of Swinburne. "Mr. A. F. Tylee, who died recently during his seventeenth year as Director of Swinburne, was a man of wide interests. A civil engineer by profession, he was equally interested in the physical sciences, the social sciences and the arts. He travelled extensively throughout Australia, and wrote articles on Australian history and geography for many newspapers and journals. He was closely in touch with developments in Australian educational administration, both tertiary and sub-tertiary, and had written articles on education and taken part in educational conferences. Not long before his death he was elected as a Fellow of the Australian College of Education, a body of leading educationists. At Swinburne, he was a unifying influence on the college, and was concerned to foster the development of all branches of learning. When Social Science was introduced into technical diploma courses several years ago, Mr. Tylee established the "A. F. Tylee Prize in Social Science" which he donated annually to the best student in social science classes. At the time of his death he was giving thought to the possible establishment of a full-length Diploma of Humanities (or Liberal Arts) at the College. Mr. Tylee was also interested in the fine arts, and he frequently spent an afternoon painting in a studio at our Art School. It was there that he posed a couple of years ago for a portrait by Mr. A. Moore, of the Art School staff." Tribute taken from the 1966 "Swinopsis" a review of technology and sociology. Published by the Students' Representative Council, Swinburne Senior Technical College, Melbourne' -- Source: Synopsis of downloadable video of 'Funeral of Mr A.F. (Tom) Tylee - Swinburne Director 1950 - 1966' (Parts 1 and 2) at http://commons.swinburne.edu.au/feeds/podcast_ID27.xml (accessed 19 June 2013)...

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SLIDES 277 , PXA 1793

Record Identifier

YK5QOZRn

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Reference code

911242

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