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Professor Keith Hancock arrives at Canberra airport to take up his appointment as Director, Research School of Social Sciences at The Australian National University

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Date created: 1957
The Australian National University was established in 1946 by an Act of the Commonwealth Parliament. Sir Keith Hancock became the first Director of the Research School of Social Sciences, one of the four schools proposed to make up the new university. L to R: Mr L Fitzhardinge (Reader in History), Professor Mark Oliphant (Research School of Physical Sciences), Sir Keith Hancock, Sir Leslie Melville (University Vice-Chancellor); Ross Hohnen (Registrar) in background.
Location: Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
Other Identifiers: ANUA225-511-6


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