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Biographical entry Kendall, William Tyson (1851 - 1936)

10 February 1851
Trover, Lancashire, England
11 August 1936
West Brunswick, Victoria, Australia
Veterinary scientist


William Kendall opened the Melbourne Veterinary College in 1888. In 1909 it was taken over by the University of Melbourne Veterinary School.

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Archival resources

The University of Melbourne Archives

  • William Tyson Kendall - Records, 1860 - 1936; The University of Melbourne Archives. Details

Published resources

Book Sections

  • Albiston, Harold E., 'Kendall, William Tyson (1851-1936) and Ernest Arthur (1876-1938)' in Australian Dictionary of Biography, Bede Nairn and Geoffrey Serle, eds, vol. 9 (Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 1983), pp. 563-564. Details

Journal Articles

  • Cytowicz, Barbara, 'William Tyson Kendall: Veterinary Pioneer', Australasian Science, 19 (8) (1998), 48. Details
  • Robertson, W. A. N., 'William Tyson Kendall and His Life Work', Victorian Veterinary Proceedings (1970), 15-23. Details
  • Taylor, J, 'W.T. Kendall and his Profession', Australian Veterinary Journal, 69 (1992), 322-324. Details
  • Taylor, J. B., 'William Tyson Kendall: Reflections on a Pioneer', Australian Veterinary Journal, 64 (December) (1987), 375-376. Details



See also

McCarthy, G.J.