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Glass House Mountains, a case study:
Increasing access to our heritage collections
Jacinta Sutton
@jjsttn
#ALHF2016 Glass ...
The Glass House Mountains
Sunshine Coast, Queensland
Mt Coochin
235m
Mt Beerwah 556m
Mt Coonowrin
377m
Mt Ngungun 253m
Mt ...
The journal of James Cook, Thursday 17th May, 1770
http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-229044610@jjsttn
#ALHF2016
On the summit of Crookneck on the Sunshine Coast,
Queensland. 25 May 1912.
hdl.handle.net/10462/deriv/116729
Appears on p.27 of The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939) June 8, 1912.
nla.gov.au/nla.news-article21914563
#ALHF...
Clark Party on the summit of Coonowrin, 1912.
Courtesy of Sunshine Coast Council Bankfoot House Collection
@jjsttn
LHS: As the image appeared in The Queenslander, 8 June 1912.
Caption: On the summit of Coonowrin.
Back Row: Mr. J Sairs, M...
Source: Andy Hay, Flickr CC BY 2.0
SLQ: 5 records in the collections are returned when searching the
keyword ‘Crookneck’, ...
The Brisbane Courier, 16 Dec 1880
http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article902925
View of the Glasshouse Mountains, 1894, John Ox...
Driving through the Glasshouse Mountains District,1935. John Oxley Library,
State Library of Queensland, hdl.handle.net/10...
Scaffolded Solution
Our staff Our systems
Our
communities
Left: Interior of Townsville library, ca. 1948. John Oxley Libra...
On the summit of Crookneck on the Sunshine Coast,
Queensland. 25 May 1912.
hdl.handle.net/10462/deriv/116729
Mr. H. G. Stokes, Queensland Museum geologist:
‘Briefly to allude to what is already known concerning the
Glasshouse Mount...
Ginny Love (nee Clark), Clementina Burgess and Mrs Mickalsen climbing Mt Coonowrin
(Crookneck) ca. 1948. Bankfoot House, S...
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The Glass House mountains: increasing access to our heritage collections Jacinta Sutton, Project Officer, State Library of Queensland

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Australian Library History Forum 2016 presentation at the State Library of Queensland on 8 July 2016

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The Glass House mountains: increasing access to our heritage collections Jacinta Sutton, Project Officer, State Library of Queensland

  1. 1. Glass House Mountains, a case study: Increasing access to our heritage collections Jacinta Sutton @jjsttn #ALHF2016 Glass House Mountains viewed from Mary Cairncross Reserve. Source: Bidgee via Wiki Commons. 2005.
  2. 2. The Glass House Mountains Sunshine Coast, Queensland Mt Coochin 235m Mt Beerwah 556m Mt Coonowrin 377m Mt Ngungun 253m Mt Cooee 106m Mt Tibrogargan 364m Wild Horse Mountain 123m Mt Beerburrum 278mMt Tunbubudla 312m and 293m Mt Miketeebumulgrai 199m Mt Elimbah 129m Mt Tibberoowuccum 220m
  3. 3. The journal of James Cook, Thursday 17th May, 1770 http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-229044610@jjsttn #ALHF2016
  4. 4. On the summit of Crookneck on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland. 25 May 1912. hdl.handle.net/10462/deriv/116729
  5. 5. Appears on p.27 of The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939) June 8, 1912. nla.gov.au/nla.news-article21914563 #ALHF2016
  6. 6. Clark Party on the summit of Coonowrin, 1912. Courtesy of Sunshine Coast Council Bankfoot House Collection @jjsttn
  7. 7. LHS: As the image appeared in The Queenslander, 8 June 1912. Caption: On the summit of Coonowrin. Back Row: Mr. J Sairs, Miss L.J Clark. Front Row: Miss H.D. Clark, Miss S.E. Clark, Mr.W. Fraser, Mr. G.A. Rowley. RHS: The original image kept by Sunshine Coast Council Bankfoot House Collection, 1912. @jjsttn #ALHF2016
  8. 8. Source: Andy Hay, Flickr CC BY 2.0 SLQ: 5 records in the collections are returned when searching the keyword ‘Crookneck’, 2 of those are of the mountain Coonowrin returns another 5 records, 1 sharing the both names in the record. SCL: Crookneck returns 21 records Coonowrin returns 53 records 15 are related to Crookneck somewhere in the record (usually title or content summary) 6 refer to the mountain as Crookneck alone Trove newspapers : 178 Crookneck mentions, 83 of those in tags and comments, nearly all of them relating to Coonowrin and the Glass House Mountains. 236 results for Coonowrin, 33 of those in tags and comments
  9. 9. The Brisbane Courier, 16 Dec 1880 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article902925 View of the Glasshouse Mountains, 1894, John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland. hdl.handle.net/10462/deriv/127352 @jjsttn
  10. 10. Driving through the Glasshouse Mountains District,1935. John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland, hdl.handle.net/10462/deriv/13016. #ALHF2016
  11. 11. Scaffolded Solution Our staff Our systems Our communities Left: Interior of Townsville library, ca. 1948. John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland., neg: 184898 Middle: Courtesy Pixabay CC0 Public Domain Right: Reader consulting computer terminals, 1987. John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland, neg: 144002
  12. 12. On the summit of Crookneck on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland. 25 May 1912. hdl.handle.net/10462/deriv/116729
  13. 13. Mr. H. G. Stokes, Queensland Museum geologist: ‘Briefly to allude to what is already known concerning the Glasshouse Mountains, it may be remarked that the literature relating to the geology of this district is somewhat meagre and conflicting.’ 18 May, 1893 Page 21 of the Queenslander Pictorial, supplement to The Queenslander, 23 September, 1916. John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland. hdl.handle.net/10462/deriv/314818 Courtesy of Sutherland Shire Council
  14. 14. Ginny Love (nee Clark), Clementina Burgess and Mrs Mickalsen climbing Mt Coonowrin (Crookneck) ca. 1948. Bankfoot House, Sunshine Coast Library collection. Thank you #ALFH2016 @jjsttn

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