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The Greenway Building is on the edge of the Royal Botanic Gardens in Sydney and has housed the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, part of the University of Sydney, since 1915. It was built as the stables for Government House by convict architect Francis…

The Greenway Building is on the edge of the Royal Botanic Gardens in Sydney and has housed the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, part of the University of Sydney, since 1915. It was built as the stables for Government House by convict architect Francis…

The Anglo-Saxon window in the Great Hall of the University of Sydney is one of a number of windows along the side walls of the hall containing portraits of famous people. It includes three notable Anglo-Saxon churchmen and writers from the Kingdom of…

The MacLaurin Window was created in 1920 and can be found in the Nicholson Vestibule lighting the staircase. The window has a portrait of Sir Henry Normand MacLaurin, Chancellor of the University of Sydney from 1896 to 1914, flanked by James I…

This photograph shows members of the musical group The Renaissance Players on the steps of a building in Gothic style at the University of Sydney. The photograph was taken in 1974 by Alex Ozolins for the Australian Information Service. Although…

This black and white photograph held by the State Library of New South Wales dates from c.1859. Taken by John Smith during the construction of The University of Sydney, it depicts stone masons at work carving the gargoyles. This is taking place…