Five photographs of rock formation, location not known, c1927 to 1930?

Spurgin, Gwendolyn E. M. (1927). Five photographs of rock formation, location not known, c1927 to 1930?.

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Creator Spurgin, Gwendolyn E. M.
Title Five photographs of rock formation, location not known, c1927 to 1930?
Open Access Status Other
Publication date 1927
Year available 2016
Series Album, ca. 1927-ca. 1930, F3718
Type image/tiff
Original Format Album page; 5 photographs, sepia; 24 x 32 cm.
Source Album, ca. 1927-ca. 1930, F3718, page 3
Rights Copyright expired
Formatted Abstract/Summary
Album, ca. 1927-ca. 1930, F3718 contains 6 loose leaf double-sided pages of sepia photographs from an album once belonging to Gwendolyn Edith Millicent Risson (née Spurgin). The photographs include university excursions, possibly at Townsville, Palm Island and Tweed Heads. There are also some photographs of current events, including the visit of the Duke and Duchess of York in 1927, and the Sydney Harbour Bridge under construction.

Gwen Spurgin attended the University of Queensland between 1925 and 1934. In 1934 she married Sir Robert Joseph Henry Risson, who graduated from the University of Queensland in 1923.
Keyword Spurgin, Gwendolyn E. M.
University of Queensland -- History
University of Queensland -- Students
Queensland -- Pictorial works
Geology -- Fieldwork
Rocks (landforms)
Geographic co-ordinates

159.255497,-9.219822 112.921434,-9.219822 112.921434,-54.777218 159.255497,-54.777218 159.255497,-9.219822

Additional Notes Page numbers assigned by Fryer Library staff.
Some notes (not digitised) about the photographs have been pasted in by the donor, Gwen's niece.

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Created: Mon, 25 Jan 2016, 15:32:42 EST by Ms Dulcie Stewart on behalf of Fryer Library