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Main Title: Going Out in 19th Century Melbourne : an exploration of fashion, dining, and entertainment [electronic resource] / Dr Jarrad Paul
Author: Paul, Jarrad Dr
Imprint: Prahran, Vic. : PMI Victorian History Library Inc. (formerly Prahran Mechanics' Institute), 2024
Collation: sound, colour ; Mp4 file. video (Approximately 62 minutes) :
Subject: Nineteenth (19th) century
Entertainers and Entertainment
Addresses, essays, lectures
Melbourne [Naarm] (Vic.) (Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung Country)
Series: PMI Victorian History Library Talks and Lectures
Going Out in 19th Century Melbourne: an exploration of fashion, dining, and entertainment

Join Dr Jarrad Paul, a Senior Archaeologist and animal bone specialist working at Dr Vincent Clark Archaeology and Heritage, as he tells of 19th Century Melbourne - a prominent city on the global stage. One aspect of this thriving city was its vibrant social life, full of characters trying to make a name for themselves in the colony. The newly identified Melbournian went out on the town to celebrate, commiserate, and consummate by dining, drinking, and being entertained.

Introduced by PMI President Judith Ellis

Talk was held on the 5th of March 2024 and live streamed on YouTube and is available through the link below:
Going Out in 19th Century Melbourne
Result Collection Location Shelf No Status Notes
Video Library Computers Folder: Videos: PMI talks Available Not for loan