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CSURA_SA1_351.mp4
This film depicts students and staff at the Wagga Wagga Teachers' College during 1964. It includes footage of: - aerial views of Wagga Wagga and the College campus - the campus gardens and buildings (including the buildings later used as the College…

CSURA_SA1_376.mp4
This film was produced for the NSW Dept. of Education to demonstrate student life at a co-educational teacher training college. It includes footage of: - the college buildings and grounds - students studying in the college library - an…

Basketball(4).jpg
Wagga Wagga Teachers' College students play basketball on one of the college's courts.

1969-Student Activities2.jpg
The GL Blakemore Memorial Library, on the left, was under construction in the centre of the College campus during 1969. It was named in honour of the College's first Principal, who died in office in September 1958. The Blakemore Building now houses…

1953-College Grounds4.jpg
The photographer has captured three students relaxing under a solitary tree within the Wagga Wagga Teachers' College grounds sometime in 1953.

1953-College Grounds1.jpg
An avenue of Pencil Pines led from the College gates down to the Auditorium, interspersed with tall lamps. A couple of these lamps can still be seen on South Campus.

1969-Student Activities1.jpg
The photographer is standing on the roof of the Administration Block, looking south-east towards a classroom block and what later became the laundry.

Basketball(1).jpg
Wagga Wagga Teachers' College students play basketball against Newcastle Teachers' College during Intercollegiate week in 1964.

Group of students and teacher.jpg
Newcastle Teachers' College students and a teacher arriving at the Wagga Wagga Teachers' College campus (corner of College Ave and Charleville Rd) for Intercollegiate week, 1956.

College Open Day(24).jpg
Wagga Wagga Teachers' College students at the College on Open Day.

Mary Gilmore Plaque.jpg
Mrs Dorothy Catts officially opening the Dame Mary Gilmore Gates on Tuesday, 30 October 1956.

The gates were designed for the Wagga Wagga Teachers' College by Lionel Gaylor and were donated to the College by the students of the 1956-1957…

Opening of E.H.G Memorial Gates (4).jpg
Mrs. Phyllis White, daughter of Eddie Graham, cuts the ribbon at the opening of the EH Graham Memorial Gates, with the Premier of NSW, Mr JJ Cahill, looking on.

1953-College Grounds7.jpg
This wooden pergola with climbing roses ran east-west from the College gates towards the auditorium. The pergola was later replaced with a steel structure which is still on the campus today.

1953-College Grounds2.jpg
WWTC provided itself with ovals and courts for a wide variety of sport.
The netball court, seen here, was situated behind the Auditorium. There is an oval on the other side of it and preparations appear to be in progress for another in the…

Students - Life on campus(4).jpg
A group of Wagga Wagga Teachers' College students are gathered around a recently built plinth. What could the occasion be?

Opening of E.H.G Memorial Gates (5).jpg
Staff, students and visitors gathered at the entrance to the Wagga Wagga Teachers' College (at the Dame Mary Gilmore Gates in College Avenue) on the occasion of the opening of the E.H. Graham Memorial Gates in Urana Street.

Opening of E.H.G Memorial Gates (1).jpg
The E.H.G. Memorial Gates were a gift to the College from the students of the 1958-1959 Session and memorialised the State Member for Wagga Wagga, Mr. Edgar H. Graham, who had died in office the previous year. The gates were installed at the entrance…

Opening of E.H.G Memorial Gates (2).jpg
Vice-Principal George Muir spoke at the opening of the EHG Memorial Gates, in the absence of George Blakemore, who was seriously ill at the time.

EHG Gate.jpg
The EH Graham Memorial Gates at the Urana Street entrance to the Wagga Wagga Teachers' College ovals.

1953-College Grounds6.jpg
This pleasance was situated in a small open area created between lecture classrooms. A small figure, named "Naied", was placed in a small pool of water at one end. "Naied", by K Murray-Jardine, was given to the College by an anonymous donor.
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