The Opening of Queen's College

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Title

The Opening of Queen's College

Subject

Queen's College, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, university, university college, college, gothic, medieval, gothic architecture, neo-gothic, gothic revival, medieval architecture, architecture, university building, building, Sir Henry Loch, opening, ceremony, Wesleyan, crenellation, engraving, The Illustrated Australian News, lancet window, tower, turret, Vic, Victoria

Description

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. Architectually, Queen's College is typical of the gothic revival style, featuring an arched entrance and windows, crenellation, lancet windows, and a central tower topped by a turret.

Creator

Calvert, Samuel

Source

The Illustrated Australian News

Publisher

The Illustrated Australian News

Date

31 March 1888

Rights

State Library of Victoria

Format

Newspaper Article [orig.]; Hyperlink

Language

English

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Citation

“The Opening of Queen's College,” Medievalism in Australian Cultural Memory, accessed August 18, 2019, http://ausmed.arts.uwa.edu.au/items/show/177.