Notes:THIS EVENT WILL BE HELD ONLINE AND IN PERSON AT THE QFHS FAMILY HISTORY RESEARCH CENTRE i.e. A HYBRID MEETING.
GUEST SPEAKER: EVE TERRY (NATIONAL ARCHIVES AUSTRALIA).
Eve Terry has worked for the National Archives of Australia for ten years, mainly in the area of collection management. An important aspect of Eve’s work with the collection included making World War I repatriation records available online, through her management of the Project Albany team in Brisbane.
Eve currently works as a Senior Archival Officer ensuring the integrity, preservation and accessibility of the Archives collection.
Australia has long been a nation of innovators; from unique and quirky inventions to everyday items, all designed to make Aussie lives better. Join us for a seminar that takes you on a journey through the history of Australian patent submissions, trademarks and designs. Hear from inventors in their own words as they sing the praises of their innovations in domestic appliances, farming tools, sport and technology, just to name a few! (about 1 hour).
FOLLOWED BY A PRESENTATION FROM QFHS MEMBERS WHOSE ANCESTORS HELPED INVENT REFRIGERATION. : CHRIS SCHUETZ, WENDY ANGLISS AND BEVERLEY HAY.
Some pre-NAA inventions towards a very important technology of Queensland: refrigeration. Quite ordinary individuals often took out patents in one of the Australian Colonies or in Britain. Here are three ancestors of QFHS members who worked on making refrigeration available to industry, enabling the meat industry to thrive both locally and for export.
Presenting... times vary between 1pm and 7.30pm Please check the calendar carefully. You are welcome to attend as a visitor.
Note: This event is held in QLD time, AEST: no daylight saving. (GMT+10)
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