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A vision of the past : The Mill Albion

By Helen G. Klaebe

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This paper examines The Mill Albion community history project, a diverse, multi-layered public history/art program that captures the social heritage of The Albion Flour Mill, as told through images produced as part of a research consultancy undertaken by QUT for FKP Property Group. The Albion Flour Mill was built in 1930 and continued operations for more than 72 years. After ceasing operation in 2005 the site was left to deteriorate. The FKP Property Group purchased the land to undertake a new urban redevelopment project. This paper reflects on the project and showcases some of the culturally creative ways this community’s history was told, using images

Topics: 199999 Studies in the Creative Arts and Writing not elsewhere classified, Albion Flour Mill, Public History, Oral History, Urban Narratives, Digital Stories
Year: 2009
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.qut.edu.au:38103

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