Aerial perspective drawing of the University of Queensland, St Lucia Brisbane as proposed by Hennessy & Hennessy superimposed with building names.

(1951). Aerial perspective drawing of the University of Queensland, St Lucia Brisbane as proposed by Hennessy & Hennessy superimposed with building names.. The University of Queensland, Fryer Library.

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Title Aerial perspective drawing of the University of Queensland, St Lucia Brisbane as proposed by Hennessy & Hennessy superimposed with building names.
Publisher The University of Queensland, Fryer Library
Publication date 1951
Contributor University of Queensland
Type image/tiff
Format photograph
Source UQFL466_AB_P_50
Language eng
Rights Please contact the Fryer Library, University of Queensland Library to inquire about this work.
Subject 430101 History - Australian
Abstract/Summary Aerial perspective drawing of the University of Queensland, St Lucia Brisbane as proposed by Hennessy & Hennessy. Photograph was reproduced in the Courier Mail in 1951 by overlaying a 1936 Hennessy and Hennessy drawing [which had appeared in the Telegraph on the 3 Feb 1938] with building names to show how the University would appear when completed. [See UQ cuttings book LG708.U6 1911-1956]
Keyword St. Lucia (Qld.) -- History
University of Queensland -- Pictorial works
Hennessy, Hennessy and Co
University of Queensland -- Buildings
Campus planning -- Queensland -- Brisbane
Additional Notes If you have further information about this photograph, please contact Fryer Library, fryer@library.uq.edu.au or telephone 07 33656236

 
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