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Image of Albany Bell Castle in the Perth suburb of Maylands. The castle was designed by architect Alexander Cameron for Mr Albany Bell and his company Albany Bell Ltd. Completed in 1919, the building was used as a cake and confectionary factory. It…

Image of Albany Bell Castle in the Perth suburb of Maylands. The castle was designed by architect Alexander Cameron for Mr Albany Bell and his company Albany Bell Ltd. Completed in 1919, the building was used as a cake and confectionary factory. It…

Image of Albany Bell Castle in the Perth suburb of Maylands. The castle was designed by architect Alexander Cameron for Mr Albany Bell and his company Albany Bell Ltd. Completed in 1919, the building was used as a cake and confectionary factory. It…

A poem featured in The Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen's Land Advertiser, which conforms to lyrical and bardic poetic traditions. It has medieval and classical undertones in both style and language.

A wood engraving from March 1888 by Samuel Calvert of Queen's College at the University of Victoria. An accompanying article in the Melbourne newspaper The Illustrated Australian News reported on the opening ceremony for the new college.…

In this column describing the latest fashion trends in 1928, the author suggests that alongside coat frocks, hats and fur pelts, the medieval style was making a comeback. Popular materials such as ring and chiffon velvets, brocades, satins and rich…

A photograph of the entrance to St. George's College. The residential college is opposite the University of Western Australia and was the first permanent residential college built at the present university site. The college was built by the Church of…

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…