State Library of Victoria > La Trobe Journal

No 72 Spring 2003

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Notes on Contributors

John Arnold, who has had a long association with the State Library of Victoria as a member of the library staff for some years and more recently as a researcher, is Head of the School of Political and Social Inquiry at Monash University.
Philip Baigent, a director of the architectural firm Ancher Mortlock & Woolley, is the director-in-charge of the redevelopment of the State Library of Victoria.
John Barnes, Emeritus Professor of English at La Trobe University and Senior Honorary Research Associate in the School of Literary, Visual and Performance Studies (Centre for the Book) at Monash University, has been editor of The La Trobe Journal since 1998.
Sandra Burt, a librarian in the La Trobe Australian Manuscripts Collection at the State Library of Victoria, has been assistant to the editor of The La Trobe Journal since 1998.
Cathrine Harboe-Ree, formerly Director of Collections and Services at the State Library of Victoria and a member of the Editorial Committee of The La Trobe Journal, is University Librarian at Monash University
Miles Lewis AM, Professor of Architecture at the University of Melbourne, is an architectural historian with a special interest in building technology, and is the author of Two Hundred Years of Concrete in Australia. He is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Humanities and is Vice-President of the Comité International d'Architecture Vernaculaire.
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In This Issue:

State Librarian Anne Marie Swirtlich reflects on 150 years of the State Library; A Chronology of the State Library 1853-2003; Address of the Trustees at the Opening of the Library 1856; ‘The Pride of Melbourne’: Impressions of the Library in words and pictures; Miles Lewis on the Dome; Phil Baigent on redevelopment of the Library; Catherine Harboe-Ree on wall quotations in the La Trobe Reading Room; John Arnold on Edmund La Touche Armstrong.
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