About the records

Title Records of Rountree, Phyllis Margaret
Date Range 1891 - 1993
Reference MLMSS 6482
Creator Phyllis Margaret Rountree (1911 - 1994)
Extent 2 metres
Repository Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales
Abstract Phyllis Margaret Rountree was a leading Australian microbiologist who became an international authority on the typing of bacteriophages, particularly Staphylococcus aureus (Golden Staph).

Administrative Information

  • The records have been allocated to 9 series. The codes used to uniquely identify each series range from ROUNS001 to ROUNS009.
  • Through the processing of the records, 1 provenance entity was identified. The code used to uniquely identify this provenance entity, i.e. records creator or custodian, is ROUNP01.
  • The inventory covers items, and may include records of continuing value, records sentenced for destruction and records that have been destroyed. The codes used to uniquely identify each inventory item range from ROUN00001 to ROUN00094. The total collection occupies 158 linear cm of shelf space (or its equivalent).
  • The documentation of the records at inventory level started on 18 February 2004. The latest additions were made on 25 February 2004. The latest modifications were made on 6 July 2007. This collection profile was updated on 29 May 2018.

Published by the Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre on AustehcWeb, April 2004
Listed by Lisa Jooste and Tim Sherratt, WWW edition prepared by Tim Sherratt, Elissa Tenkate and Katrina Dean
HTML edition Ailie Smith
Updated 29 May 2018

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