1926 Emily McPherson College opens

The Emily McPherson College, Melbourne, formerly the College of Domestic Economy, was named after the wife of its benefactor, Sir William McPherson, the then State Treasurer. It offered tertiary and non-tertiary training in Foods and Food Service, Dietetics, Nutrition and Food Science and Fashion Design and Production. It amalgamated with RMIT in 1979.

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