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Angela Reilly studied architecture at the University of Queensland and worked as assistant to Queensland architect and historian Alice L. T. Hampson.
Collection previously titled as: Interviews with Campbell Scott and Peter Newell, 1998
Collection alternatively titled as: Angela Reilly Collection.
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Nine cassette tapes containing a series of interviews with Campbell Scott conducted over a period of four months while Angela Reilly was researching her Bachelor of Architecture thesis.
In the interviews with Campbell Scott, the work represented in the archive (UQFL278 Hayes and Scott Records) was studied and discussed. Magazine articles collected in the early years of practice provided an opportunity for much discussion of the overseas influences that came to bear on the work. Journal articles and publications that featured Hayes and Scott's work were also discussed to introduce a contemporary critical viewpoint, in particular, the published comments and critiques of Robin Boyd, Peter Newell and John Hitch. [Information from Angela Reilly's thesis, Houses by Hayes and Scott: 1946-1962, Introduction p.7]
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Material in this collection has been cited in:
Reilly, Angela (2012). Houses by Hayes and Scott: 1946-1962. BArch. Thesis, School of Architecture, The University of Queensland.
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Revised, Linda Justo, 29-Jun-2020. Revised, AM, 04-Mar-2020.
Migrated from LMS: April 2019, P.A.