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Archives

Established in 1985, the Hutchins Archives serves to collect, document and illustrate, communicate, preserve and display aspects of the School history for the benefit of alumni, current and future generations. The Archives functions as the corporate memory of The Hutchins School and its contents are used to support and enhance current decision-making. 

The Hutchins Archives and Heritage Collection comprises photographs and audio-visual records, documents, maps and plans, books, magazines and other publications, trophies and honour boards, uniforms and textiles, coins, medals and badges, artworks, furniture, memorabilia and ephemera, some of which pre-dates foundation in 1846, up to the present day.

Archival records have supported five significant publications: two editions of the Hutchins Roll of Scholars (1993, 1996), The Official History of the Hutchins School by B Rait (1935), The Hutchins School: Macquarie Street Years 1846-65 by G Stephens (1979) and Character Unbound: A History of The Hutchins School by M Mason-Cox (2013).

An ongoing program of digitisation is ensuring progressive availability of online access. Research and study facilities are provided in the School Museum.

The Hutchins Digital Heritage Archive is available and comprises photographs, documents, school publications and audio-visual records. 

Opening hours and contact information

The School Museum is located in the Hutchins Foundation Centre, adjoining the main car park off Nelson Road. Open Monday to Wednesday, 8.30 am to 4.30 pm. Other days and guided tours by appointment.

Archivist

Margaret Mason-Cox
Margaret.Mason-Cox@hutchins.tas.edu.au
(03) 6221 4312 

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