Women's College, University of Queensland showing student residents and Principal in formal gowns in 1914

(1914). Women's College, University of Queensland showing student residents and Principal in formal gowns in 1914. The University of Queensland, Fryer Library.

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Title Women's College, University of Queensland showing student residents and Principal in formal gowns in 1914
Publisher The University of Queensland, Fryer Library
Publication date 1914
Type image/tiff
Format photograph
Source Fryer LIbrary University of Queensland photograph collection AJ_P_24
Language eng
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Subject 430101 History - Australian
Abstract/Summary Women's College, University of Queensland Brisbane 1914: Front row: Isabel Aldridge, Mabel Church, Ida M. Smith ; middle row: Vera Haines, Ivy A. Lee, Hilda F. Cleminson, Freda Bage (Principal) Margaret D. Dawson, Charlotte E. Hodgens, Mavis G. Walker ; Back row: Pearl M. Wishart, A. Marjorie Harrison, Doris Stumm, Ilma R. Sterne, Dora E. Lockington, Marion A. Maclean, Hilda J. Sully, Lottie Bond, C. Mary Ruddell, Catherine L. Adam, Hilda M. McCulloch
Keyword University of Queensland. Women's College -- History
University of Queensland -- History
Dormitories -- Queensland -- Brisbane -- History.
Women
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