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The Geelong College, circa 1920s. View south-east towards Norman Morrison Memorial Hall (left), George Morrison Building Tower (center), and the Cricket Pavilion (right).

The Geelong College, circa 1920s. View south-east towards Norman Morrison Memorial Hall (left), George Morrison Building Tower (center),
and the Cricket Pavilion (right).


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The Heritage Guide to The Geelong College, compiled and edited by Con Lannan, is designed as a populist guide to historic information about the life, events and people of The Geelong College.

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George Morrison Building (right), 2009.

George Morrison Building (right), 2009.

Prime Minister, Sir Robert Menzies with Preparatory School students at Geelong College after the opening of the Science Centre in 1964.

Prime Minister, Sir Robert Menzies with Preparatory School students
at Geelong College after the opening of the Science Centre in 1964.





























Campbell House Carol Service in the College Chapel, 1990.

Campbell House Carol Service in the College Chapel, 1990.

Pipe Band at Preparatory School, 1973

Pipe Band at Preparatory School, 1973



























Senior School Dining Hall Interior, 2009.

Senior School Dining Hall Interior, 2009.

College group on the Larapinta Trail, 2004.

College group on the Larapinta Trail, 2004.

























Dramatic Production 'The Three Musketeers', 1998.

Dramatic Production 'The Three Musketeers', 1998.

Cadet Parade on the Senior School Campus Main Oval, 1969 (Stewart)

Cadet Parade on the Senior School Campus Main Oval, 1969 (Stewart)



























First Senior girls after the introduction of co-education, 1976.

First Senior girls after the introduction of co-education, 1976.

College exploration group leaving Rodondo Island, 16 January 1947.

College exploration group leaving Rodondo Island, 16 January 1947.

























Student Group at Geelong College, 1917.

Student Group at Geelong College, 1917.

College Cadet Corps Drummers, 1936 (J Bechervaise)

College Cadet Corps Drummers, 1936 (J Bechervaise)



































Middle School adventure, 2002.

Middle School adventure, 2002.

'Festival' courtesy of Tony Long.

'Festival' courtesy of Tony Long.
























George Morrison Building at Dusk, 2010.

George Morrison Building at Dusk, 2010.

Senior School Dining Hall at Dusk, 2010.

Senior School Dining Hall at Dusk, 2010.

























Geelong College Carnival, 2000.

Geelong College Carnival, 2000.

Festival Day at the Preparatory School, 1982.

Festival Day at the Preparatory School, 1982.
























The first George Morrison Memorial Library, circa 1904.

The first George Morrison Memorial Library, circa 1904.


View north-east from the rear of the Geelong College in about 1921.

View north-east from the rear of the Geelong College in about 1921.






























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