Historical photographs of Dental School staff and students
An assorted collection of black and white photographs of Melbourne University Dental Hospital staff and students from the 1960s. Subjects of the photographs include: Sir Arthur Aimes at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington D.C., Mrs Gershon Bennet of the Ladies Auxiliary, final year students of 1967, the College of Oral Pathologists in France in 1963, and the unveiling of a portrait of Sir Amies.
(.1) Sir Arthur Amies at Walter Reed Army Medical Centre, 27 January 1964. Pictured with two American army officers. From left to right, B/Gen Oscar J Ogren, Col George H Timke, Sir Arthur Amies. A US Army Signal Corps Photograph.
(.2) Mrs Gershon Bennett, Sir Robert Menzies P.M., Mr Connolly Chairman of S.E.C., 11 April 1965. From The Age newspaper.
(.3) Final year students, 1967. 30 final year students standing and squatting. Taken on the roof of 711 Elizabeth Street. Names pencilled on front of photograph by Dr Shepherd.
(.4) Standing group for introductions, c. 1963-1964. College of Oral Pathologists print. Sir Arthur Amies second from right hand side.
(.5) Group listening to speech, c. 1963-1964. College of Oral Pathologists print. Sir Arthur Amies seventh from left.
(.6) Group standing on steps, c. 1963-1964. About 40 suited men. Sir Arthur Amies second from left back row.
(.7) Professor J. Waterson and Sir Arthur Amies. Formally dressed with portrait of Sir Arthur Amies. From The Age newspaper.
(.2) 25.5 x 20.5 cm;
(.3) 21.0 x 16.5 cm;
(.4, .5, .6) 18.0 x 24.0 cm;
(.7) 11.5 x 16.0 cm