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This article from the Sydney Morning Herald in 1937 relates the concerns and criticisms of Dr E. H. Molesworth, a lecturer in skin diseases at The University of Sydney, regarding the treatment of leprosy at the Coast Lazaret Hospital in the New South…

In this article about wool sales in 1952, Australia’s marketing methods are described as medieval. T. G. Hunter, a Professor of Chemical Engineering at Sydney University, is quoted advising that wool should be marketed in a few uniform grades…

An image of the recasting of the York Minster Bells, which are described as being "the heaviest ringing in England." The article states Taylor & Company of Longborough, Leicester, who worked on the bells, were contracted to cast the carillon for…

An article from the Sydney Morning Herald notifying readers of a second performance of Malory's Le Morte d'Arthur. The performance by graduates and undergraduates of the University of Sydney was of a section of Malory's work, The Quest for the Holy…

Sydney University Commemoration speech. Refers to the undergraduates' role as the terrae filius of "medieval times." With a literal meaning of 'son of the earth', terrae filius has also been used to describe a student asked to deliver a satirical…