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Proceedings of a National Conference convened by the Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts with the support of the Faculty of Education, University of Technology Sydney and Adult Learning Australia (NSW), held 6-8 September 2002, Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts, Level 1, 280 Pitt Street, Sydney.
by Carol O'Brien
Growth and Decline: Funding for Mechanics' Institutes in Victorian, 1838-1947
The Colony of Dissent: Some Distinguishing Features of the Institute Movement in South Australia
Barrie Brennan and Warren Newman
What has been the Contribution of the Mechanics' Institutes of the New England/North West
The Records of Schools of Arts and Mechanics' Institutes: Their Genealogical and Family History Utility
A Woman's Place? An Overview of Female Participation in the Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts
William and Jane Hollier
The Founding Concept of Mechanics' Institutes Alive Again on the Internet
Funding a Mechanics' Institute Then and Now: The Case of the Ballaarat MI
'Mechanics' Institutes are no longer relevant to the 1990s...': The Challenge to the Kilmore Mechanics' Institute!
Comleroy: A School of Arts, Run By Old Farts!
Roger K Morris
Sydney Suburban Schools of Arts: Precursors of Technical Education
Mechanics' Institutes and Schools of Arts: Precursors of Technical Education
Richmond School of Arts - Part 1: History; Part 2: N.S.W. Acts and Regulations
Proceedings of National Conference 2002
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