Series 113-6 - Portrait photographs

Identity area

Reference code

AU AU-MTC 113-6


Portrait photographs


  • 1948-1990 (Creation)

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Extent and medium

Black and white prints, 5 folders

Context area

Name of creator


Administrative history

The Church Record was formed in 1912 with the aim of publishing a federal church paper. It took over publication of 'The Church Record' which had commenced publication in 1880, and in 1912 incorporated the 'Victorian Churchman'. It was re-formed in 1944 in order to further the work of the Church of England in Australia. In 1979 the company name was changed to Australian Church Record Ltd.

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Scope and content

Portraits of clergy and other individuals used in the Australian Church Record

Appraisal, destruction and scheduling


System of arrangement

Alphabetical by surname

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Conditions governing reproduction

Copyright expired for photographs taken before 1955. Photographs taken 1955 or later are copyright Australian Church Record unless otherwise indicated.

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are advised that this collection contains images of people who have died.


Dates may refer to the date of the 'Australian Church Record' issue in which they were published, rather than the date the photograph was taken.

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Physical storage

  • Shelf: I 27