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Photography Department Index: University of Tasmania Collection


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University of Tasmania, 2014 , Photography Department Index: University of Tasmania Collection , University of Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania.

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Index UT393 includes two albums of University photographs of various views taken 1948-1970 and 1966-1977, and several mounted, large format photographs of various University buildings including an aerial view. Index UT408 lists an extensive collection including prints and negatives, as well as large format, mounted prints of the Sandy Bay site and its University building development. Also includes departmental activities and field trips, student activities, miscellaneous Tasmanian views, botanic specimens and staff portraits.

From University Collection UT393, UT408.

Item Type: Other
Authors/Creators:University of Tasmania,
Keywords: University of Tasmania Special and Rare Collections, University of Tasmania, Photography Department, photographs, aerial view, album, 1948-1970, 1966-1977, library, chemistry, students' union, life sciences, medical building, physics, geology, geography, arts lecture theatre, arts block, engineering, law, buildings, development, negatives, prints, construction, panoramic views, St John Fisher College, foundation stone, opening ceremony, Chemistry, Library, departmental activities, field projects, open days, displays, students activities, transparencies, Sandy Bay site, Tasmanian views, Hobart, Salamanca Place, wharf, Bellkirk, Port Arthur, bridges, Richmond, Ross, church interior, mountains, lakes, valleys, plains, coastal scenes, mining, rock formation, history, botanic specimens, staff, Index, Tasmania, UTAS,
Publisher: University of Tasmania
Collections: University of Tasmania > University of Tasmania Special Collections
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