Series 102/5 - Theological and University Colleges

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AU AU-MTC 102/5

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Theological and University Colleges

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  • 1900-1999 (Creation)

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Bound volumes, loose papers

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(1955-1999)

Administrative history

The Church of England Historical Society in the Diocese of Sydney was formed in 1955 after an exhibition of items held by the Royal Australian Historical Society was held at St Stephen's Church, Newtown. The inaugural meeting was held at St Stephen's Rectory on November 4th, 1955, with Archbishop H.W.K. Mowll as Patron and President. The Journal commenced publication the following year. The name was changed to the Anglican Historical Society in 1999 to reflect the change in name of the Anglican Church of Australia.

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Material relating to colleges associated with the Anglican tradition: Moore College, New College (UNSW), Robert Menzies College, Macquarie University, St Mark's College and St Paul's College, University of Sydney

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Alphabetical by college name

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Open access

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