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Morwenna Dixon, Manager of Archives

Ph: (02) 9847 8290

91 Pacific Highway
Hornsby NSW 2077

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    Welcome to the Barker College Archives

    Established in 1964, the Barker College Archives endeavours to provide a place of perpetuity for the records and memorabilia of the school's history to be kept in continuity. The Archive functions as the memory vault for the school's staff, students, families, friends and associates, past and present.

    The Barker College Archives contains the official records and memorabilia of the school, its associations (eg. the Old Barker Association, Barker College Mothers' Association, Foundation) and individuals that have been selected by the School Archivist for preservation because of their inherent administrative and historical significance.

    Examples of records and museum items held in the collection include: trophies, blazers, boaters, war medals, minute books, official correspondence, drama programs, school photos, architectural plans, oral histories, prize books, master plans, school magazines and publications, student enrolment registers and prize lists.


    Photo of the Week

    Commemorating Anzac Day and the 92 Old Boys who lost their lives in the major wars of the last century is a long held tradition at Barker. This is the 1926 Anzac Service, held near the Mother's Memorial Pavilion (now the Grandstand). The broze plaque bears the names of the 22 Old Boys who died in World War One. Since this time, one additional name has been added to this number.



    What does the Archives do?

    Articles being written,

    Research projects undertaken,

    Collection of periodicals,

    History being published,

    Interesting displays mounted

    Verifying uncertain facts,

    Extra-curricular entertainment,

    Special tasks accomplished.

    The College Barker 1978, p. 67


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