Deposit Z542 - J S Boardman collection

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J S Boardman collection


  • 1858 - 1990 (Creation)

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2.25 m (6 boxes)

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Boardman is the author of a dictionary, Wool Terms: Their Meanings Explained, published by Sydney Technical College. He studied at The Kings School, Parramatta from about 1924-28. He later went to Yanco Agricultural High School from 1935-1940, and lectured in sheep and wool technology at Sydney Technical College around 1972-79.

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Personal papers, photographs, correspondence, material re sheep and wool course and printed material.


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Researchers must sign an access agreement

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Currently being converted to N403 (May 2019)

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Created by Erin Gallant on 18 August 2011; revised on 8 September 2011




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