Mentone Girls' Grammar School is a leading Australian girls' school founded in 1899. It is an independent, Anglican day school for girls, located in Mentone, a bayside suburb of Melbourne.
Contexto geográfico y cultural
Mandatos/Fuentes de autoridad
Administración de registros y políticas de recolección
All items relating to Mentone Girls' Grammar School and its associations and associates from 1889.
School council correspondence and minutes
Old Girls' Club correspondence
Class photos from the 1950s
School magazine, Spindrift
School newsletters and other publications
Student records (files)
Textiles including blazers, hats, school ties, etc
General memorabilia including badges, trophies, etc.
The School's Digital Archive celebrates this proud history and makes our heritage available to current and past students, parents, and the broader community. Access to these digital collections is made available through the generous support of Mentone Girls' Grammar Old Girls' Association as well as current and past parents. See https://mentonegirls.contentdm.oclc.org/digital/
Instrumentos de descripción, guías y publicaciones
Burren, Pauline B., Mentone: The Place for a School 1984.
Área de acceso
Horario de apertura
Open by appointment on Fridays between 8.30am-4.30pm.
Condiciones de acceso y requisitos
All items in the archives are closed until requested. The requested items will then be assessed by the Archivist and a decision made on their accessibility.