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Alfred Deakin photographs

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Alfred Deakin photographs

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Alfred Deakin

Items in the Alfred Deakin photographs Collection

Bust of Alfred Deakin
This replica was made by Peter J. Morley from an original, by Web Gilbert, held by Melbourne Grammar School. Similar busts are held in the Library of the Parliament of Victoria, Parliament House (Canberra) and the Avenue of Prime Ministers in…

Miraculous draught of fishes
This print hung in Alfred Deakin's study in 'Llanarth', South Yarra. It is a print of Raphael's original cartoon for the Sistine Chapel tapestries, drawn by him and his workshop in 1515. The original cartoona are in the Victoria and Albert Museum.

Healing of the lame man
This print hung in Alfred Deakin's study in 'Llanarth', South Yarra. It is a print of Raphael's original cartoon for the Sistine Chapel tapestries, drawn by him and his workshop in 1515. The original cartoona are in the Victoria and Albert Museum.

Handing-over of the keys
This print hung in Alfred Deakin's study in 'Llanarth', South Yarra. It is a print of Raphael's original cartoon for the Sistine Chapel tapestries, drawn by him and his workshop in 1515. The original cartoona are in the Victoria and Albert Museum.

Tea caddy
The tea caddy was a present from Alfred and his sister Catherine to their mother Sarah on her silver wedding anniversary on 18 October 1874.

Inkstand and pen
The inkstand and pen were presented to Deakin at the conclusion of his second term as Prime Minister in 1904 by members of the Commonwealth Press Gallery.

new nation
The delegates are numbered and their names listed below the print: 1.M'Millan, 2.A. Inglis Clarke, 3.Sir John Hall, 4.Captain Russell, 5.Macrossan, 6.Sir Samuel Griffith, 7.Sir Henry Parkes, 8.Playford, 9.Premier Gillies, 10.Deakin, 11.Dr. Cockburn,…

Deakin family portrait
Pictured anti clockwise: Alfred Deakin, Ivy Deakin, Stella Deakin, Sarah Deakin (Alfred Deakin's mother), Vera Deakin, Pattie Deakin (Alfred Deakin's wife), Catherine Deakin (Alfred Deakin's sister)

National Australasian Convention, Sydney 1891
Photograph of the delegates of the 1891 Australasian Convention held in Sydney.

Group on the front steps of Ballara
Front row from left to right: Flora McIntosh, Mrs Jane McMillan (mother of soldier for whom a memorial cairn was erected at Arilpa), Wilfred Deakin Brookes; back row from left to right: Urquhart, Mr. McMillan, Ken Mitchell.

Portraits of Alfred Deakin and his family
From left to right: Stella, Pattie, Ivy, Alfred, Vera.

Deakin family group at Point Lonsdale
From left to right: Alfred Deakin, Pattie Deakin (holding granddaughter Jessie Brookes), Miss Hodgson, Ivy Brookes (nee. Deakin); front row left to right: [hidden - possibly Aunt Kay], Wilfred Brookes, Sid Appleby.

Watt family group on the front steps of Arilpa
From left to right (back row): unidentified lady, Mrs Watt?, Hal (baby), William Alexander Watt; (front row): Eleanor, Rhona, unidentified child.

Invitation to Miss Deakin to the opening of the Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia
Framed invitation to Miss Deakin (Ivy) to the opening of the Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia at the exhibition Buildings, 9 May 1901.

Invitation to Miss Deakin to celebrate the opening of the Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia
Framed invitation to Miss Deakin (Ivy) to an evening reception to meet the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York to celebrate the opening of the Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia at the Exhibition Buildings, 9 May 1901.

Ivy Brookes presenting the Alfred Deakin papers to the National Library of Australia
Alfred Deakin's daughters seated in the foreground from left to right: Lady Vera White, Lady Stella Rivett and Ivy Brookes; Professor J. La Nauze (Deakin's biographer) is the standing gentleman, second from the left; the Hon. Robert G. Menzies is…

Portrait of Alfred Deakin looking slightly to the side
Tuttle & Co. Inscription: "Tuttle & Co. 8? Elizabeth St Melbourne"--on photograph mount. Forms part of: Alfred Deakin Prime Ministerial Library collection. Digitized images. Photographed at: Deakin University, Geelong; in the late 1990s. Colour TIFF…

Full hunter pocket watch : Alfred Deakins pocket watch
This forms part of Series 10 of MS0001. The watch is 18ct gold. Various inscriptions: (inside lid) AW / CO / K / 18 / 04511; (face) A.W.Co. / WALTHAM; (movement) Am.n Watch Co / WALTHAM, MASS. / Adjusted. / Pat Pinion / 1,805490. Title supplied by…

Ladder belonging to Alfred Deakin
This forms part of Series 10 of MS0001. Initials A.D. are carved on the right hand side Titles supplied by cataloguer Digitized images. Photographed at: Deakin University, Geelong; in the late 1990s. Colour TIFF images at 300 dpi. Forms part of:…

Casket
The casket is sterling silver with a marble base and blue velvet lining. Inscription: PRESENTED BY THE CORPORATION OF EDINBURGH / along with the Burgess Ticket / CONFERRING THE FREEDOM OF THE CITY / On the Honourable Alfred Deakin / Prime Minister of…

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