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                                      Carnegie Art Reference Set

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                                      06 November 2017

                                      The Carnegie Art Reference Set for Colleges provides a photographic history of art and, in its entirety, contains 1,500 high quality reproduction photographs, coloured prints and facsimiles, and 200 specially written reference books. The collection is separated into several portfolios of period, including classical, medieval, Renaissance and modern; and medium, such as architecture, sculpture, painting, handicraft and textiles. The Architecture Museum only holds the architecture portfolio of the set. Each image has a fully descriptive label (and unique number which corresponded with handbook details- not avaliable at UniSA). Between 1927 and 1941 the CCNY distributed 69 Art Reference Sets amongst various learning institutions throughout the British Commonwealth, one of which was gifted to the University of Adelaide in 1939 at a cost of $5,000 (this is the partial set now housed at UniSA). The art reference set provided many of Australia's inadequately resourced learning institutions with arts teaching materials, and was further found to improve the teaching of English Literature and History.

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                                      UniSA Architecture Museum Collection

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                                      Start date: 01 Jan 1927
                                      End date: 31 Dec 1942

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                                      All material held at the UniSA Architecture Museum is subject to copyright protection. Please contact the Architecture Museum staff for more information. Collection is accessible to researchers and general public. Please make an appointment with the Architecture Museum to arrange access.

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                                      University of South Australia 2017, Carnegie Art Reference Set, University of South Australia, viewed 19 November 2017, retrieved from <http://researchoutputs.unisa.edu.au/11541.1/8d0b51d2ec2f4e56abe9943c6ba37999>.