Fusion: Deakin Exhibits Online

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This photograph is of a replica bust made by Peter J. Morley from an original, by Web Gilbert, held by Melbourne Grammar School. The replica bust is in the collection of the Deakin University Art Gallery. Similar busts are held in the Library of the…

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:…

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…

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.

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.
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