3D scan of 'Advance Australia' cowbell by William Blews & Sons

The University of Queensland Library (2017). 3D scan of 'Advance Australia' cowbell by William Blews & Sons. University of Queensland. Library.

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Creator The University of Queensland Library
Title 3D scan of 'Advance Australia' cowbell by William Blews & Sons
Place of publication St Lucia, Qld.
Publisher University of Queensland. Library
Open Access Status Other
Publication date 2017-03-13
Year available 2017
Contributor William Blews & Sons
Hayes, Edward Leo, 1889-1967
Wiggins, Nicholas
Series Father Edward Leo Hayes Collection, UQFL2
Type Generic Document
Original Format Digital files; 1 object file; 6 MB; 1 image file; col. ; 25 MB ; 1 material file ; 1 KB.
Source Father Edward Leo Hayes Collection, UQFL2, Realia, item 7
Language eng
Rights For all enquiries about this work, please contact The University of Queensland Library.
License Creative Commons Attribution noncommercial share alike

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Formatted Abstract/Summary
Printable 3D model of a cowbell from the Father Edward Leo Hayes collection. Inscribed on bell: 'W. Blews & Sons', 'Birmingham', 'Advance Australia'. Clapper is missing.

Father Edward Leo Hayes Collection, UQFL2 contains correspondence and manuscript material on literary and historical matters, mostly in Queensland and New South Wales. It also includes personal papers of Father Hayes, relating to his activities as parish priest; bookplates, photographs, realia.

Father Hayes was born in 1889 at Frederickton, New South Wales, and began book collecting at age seven. He commenced studies for the priesthood at St Columbia's College, Springwood, in 1911 and was ordained after further study at St Patrick’s, Manly, in 1918. Over the course of 70 years he amassed one of the greatest collections of Australiana, including more than 25,000 volumes, 30,000 manuscript items, 1,500 Indigenous artefacts, maps, stamps, coins, weapons, geological specimens, cattle bells, and a variety of other material. On 19-20 October 1967 a convoy of removal trucks transported eighty large crates and 400 cartons of material to The University of Queensland Library at St Lucia, doubling its holdings on Australian subjects and effectively putting the Library on the map as an institution capable of supporting high-level research in Australian studies. (Information from Follett, Roslyn & University of Queensland. Library & Fryer Library (2010). Found in Fryer : stories from the Fryer Library collection. The University of Queensland Library, St Lucia, Qld.)
Keyword Hayes, Edward Leo, 1889-1967 -- Archives
Cowbells
Three-dimensional modeling
Additional Notes Scanned in 2017 by UQ Library Centre for Digital Scholarship staff, Nicholas Wiggins. Photographed with a Nikon AW1 11-27.5mm. Created in AutoDesk ReMake.

 
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Created: Thu, 09 Mar 2017, 16:15:50 EST by Elizabeth Alvey on behalf of The University of Queensland Library