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The Gledden Building is in the Perth CBD and was designed by architect Harold Boas. It was built in 1937 and 1938, and is named after Robert Gledden who had gifted the land that the building is on to The University of Western Australia in 1927. The…

The Bell Tower from the former Loreto Convent in Claremont was designed by Reginald Summerhayes and built in 1937. It was rebuilt with the original bricks at its present inner-city site in Northbridge in 1991 after the Loreto Convent and school site…

These photographs are of advertising for the Extraordinary Stories exhibition at the Perth branch of the Western Australian Museum. The signs feature a photograph of a queen piece from the twelfth century Isle of Lewis chess set found in modern-day…

This poster advertises ‘Renaissance Polonaise’, an evening performance of Renaissance and Baroque music by the Polish early music ensemble Floripari. Floripari play period instruments and often also wear period costume. The performance is part of…

This poster advertises the 2012 annual conference of the Centre for Medieval and Early Modern Studies (at The University of Western Australia) and the Perth Medieval and Renaissance Group, which was held at UWA on 17-18 August 2012. The theme of the…

These two photographs show one of three activity packs aimed at children which were available at the Extraordinary Stories from the British Museum exhibition held at the Western Australian Museum – Perth. The exhibition included various items from…

One of four photographs of a castle-like building on the Midland Highway in Perth, Tasmania. This one shows domestic stained glass/leadlight beside the front door featuring an armoured knight on horseback. The knight has an early medieval style…

The Uniting Church in York, Western Australia was erected in 1888. It was built as a chapel by followers of the Wesleyan Denomination of the Methodist faith. It exhibits architectural features which are typical of the nineteenth-century Gothic…