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Ephemeral Exhibitions Space: Doris McKellar

What's on display at the Ephemeral Exhibitions Space, Ground Floor Baillieu Study Area

Group of young people throwing snowballs,
Date Unknown, University of Melbourne Photographs collection, University of Melbourne Archives, Photographer: Doris McKellar, 1975.0048.00148.

View of Old Wilson Hall across lake, University of Melbourne, circa 1915-1918,
c. 1915-18, University of Melbourne Photographs collection, University of Melbourne Archives, Photographer: Doris McKellar, 1975.0048.00026.

Doris Hall and Pollie Turnball at Glenmoore,
Date Unknown, University of Melbourne Photographs collection, University of Melbourne Archives, Photographer: Doris McKellar, 1975.0048.00307.

Doris Hall [Mckellar] seated on the ground between two males holding tennis racquets,
Date Unknown, University of Melbourne Photographs collection, University of Melbourne Archives, Photographer: Doris McKellar, 1975.0048.00461.

Group of People in Forest Setting,
Date Unknown, University of Melbourne Photographs collection, University of Melbourne Archives, Photographer: Doris
McKellar, 1975.0048.00091.

Doris enjoyed photography. Her camera was a 3a Kodak, developed by the company to be an easy and portable camera. It was marketed at women to appeal to an interest in recording family life.


Hall, Barbara, and Jenny Mathers. Australian Women Photographers: 1840-1960. Richmond: Greenhouse, 1986

Laurenson, Geoffery. "Give a woman a Kodak: The Doris McKellar Photograph Collection". University of Melbourne Collections, 16(2015): 28-34. http://museumsandcollections.unimelb.edu.au/__data/
assets/pdf_file/0018/2031570/07_Laurenson-Kodak16.pdf

 

Doris Hall in Academic Gown,
Date Unknown, University of Melbourne Photographs collection, University of Melbourne Archives, Photographer: Doris McKellar, 1975.0048.00179.

Glenmoore – Tennis Group,
Date Unknown, University of Melbourne Photographs collection, University of Melbourne Archives, Photographer: Doris McKellar, 1975.0048.00164.

Built in 1868, Glenmoore is situated at 1 St George's Road, in Elsternwick. It is a two story residence, and is on the National Trust Register.


Solomon, Geulah. Caufield's Heritage. Caufield: City of Caufield, 1989