A collection of digitized materials from the Special Collections in the University Library, relating to the history of the University of Western Australia.
|Interview with Arthur Ellis, 1986
||Anne Bloemen interviews Arthur Ellis. Summary: Discusses the URICA library computer system to be installed in the University of Western Australia Library and outlines the advantages of automating and integrating the library procedures. Series: Roundabout UWA (6UVS-FM). Recording begins during the interview. 28 min.
|Play it again: ten years of broadcasting at 6UVS: a radio documentary
||Covers the period 1977-1987, from the launch of 6UWA-FM (the first FM and community radio station in Western Australia) in 1977, and its transformation into 6UVS-FM managed jointly by the University of Western Australia and Murdoch University. Interviews with presenters, technicians and staff, including Pieta O'Shaughnessy, Charles Southwood and Jerry Packington.
|A Blacksmith Looks at a University
||This is an unpublished history of the University of Western Australia, written by William Somerville. He was a trade union leader and foundation member of the University's Senate. His papers are held in the Special Collections (MS0027).
|William Somerville papers - finding aid
||William Somerville was a trade union leader and foundation member of the Senate of the University of Western Australia. This is a list of the contents of his papers, which are held in the Special Collections in Information Services (MS0027).
|Conferring of Honorary Degrees, Hammond and Joyce
||Programme of the ceremony for the conferring of Honorary Degrees of Doctor of Music on Dame Joan Hammond and Eileen Joyce. Winthrop Hall, Crawley, on Tuesday 28 August 1979 at 8:15pm.
||A facsimile of Wahoo - a collection of humorous and satirical songs for the University edited by Peter J. Knight in 1959.
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