University of Queensland -- Pictorial works



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Slides of University of Queensland athletics events

  • F3832
  • File
  • 1967-1968

136 mounted and 2 unmounted 35mm colour slides of events:
-- 1967 Inter-varsity athletics competition at Sydney University, including images of the Sydney Opera House under construction;
-- Lang Park 1967;
-- Armidale 1967;
-- NT 1968;
-- 1968 Inter-varsity at University of Queensland.

Affleck, Iven

Henry Alcock Photographs

  • UQFL256
  • Collection
  • [ca. 1868]-1947

The Alcock collection consists of over 2000 glass slides. The series within the collection, called "Images of early Brisbane", includes images of buildings, landmarks and views of Brisbane, including the 1893 floods. Also images of University of Queensland in its early years.

Alcock, Henry, 1886-1948

University of Queensland Department of Physics Slides

  • UQFL629
  • Collection
  • ca. 1880-ca. 1999

Lantern slides, 35mm slides, negatives, glass plate negatives, and indexes to slides. Also one box of 5 unexposed AGFA-Gevaert brand negatives. Wooden cabinet originally used to house lantern slides retained separately.

A combination of original and published sets of slides. Initially glass lantern slides, later additions were acquired in 35mm slide format with some lantern slides then reformatted. The collection also appears to include some slides obtained from other Departments.

In 1950, the St Lucia campus Parnell Building lecture theatres were designed specifically without windows to facilitate the use of slide projectors.

Unless otherwise noted, all date ranges applied to this collection are approximations based on format and content.

University of Queensland. Department of Physics