This exhibition consists of 76 caricature sketches of university employees drawn by Charles Shuttleworth (Jim) Smith (1908 - 2001).

Mr Smith was an electrician/custodian at the university from the early 1950s until 1973. The sketches were all drawn before his retirement, so they generally consist of men who were employed at the university in the 1950s and 1960s.

The sketch of Terry Kennedy includes the remark "last opus of Jim Smith 1972", but it is unclear if this was indeed Smith's final sketch of the set, as none of the others are dated. The sketches mainly feature men who were employed in the various sections of the Property Department, but also include some who worked in the university administration. 

The sketches are framed and were originally on display in the Property Department - now known as Estate Management. In 2011 the sketches were transferred to UNSW Archives.

Tony Aliprandi (Carpenter)
Arthur Ambrose (Painter)
Harold Anderson (First University Locksmith)
Ted Andrews (Electrician)
Jock Arnot (Cook)
Norm Arrowsmith (left) & Basil Noble (Carpenters)
Jack Atkinson (Supervisor Gardeners)
Sir Philip Baxter (Vice-Chancellor)
Joe Bennett (Joiner, Carpenters Workshop)
Lynton Thomas Bond (?) (Assistant Bursar)
Joe Bourke (Bursar)
Dick Colless (Carpenter)
Alfred Colwill (Carpenter)
Dr Frank Connors (Chemical Engineering)
Sam Cracknell (Sports & Recreation Officer)
Samuel Creasey (Patrol)
Ted Davis (Bursar)
Reginald Dawes (Plumber)
Ted Doakes (Plumber Attached to Faculty of Applied Science)
Ron Egginton (Gardening - Engineering Services)
Robert Fletcher (Business Manager)
Frank Gaskell (Gardener)
Sylvester Gent (Leading Hand Electrician)
Cyril Giles (Foreman Electrician)
William Gray (Leading Hand Carpenter)
Lenny Green (Sign Writer)
Alan Hambly (Custodian, Science Theatre)
Bill Hamilton (Carpenter)
Colin Hickey (Electricians Assistant)
Tony Jordan (Leading Hand, Carpenters Workshop)
Terry Kennedy (Engineering Services)
George King (Spray Painter/ Patrol Attendant)
Neville Kite (Foreman Painter)
Stanley Langdon (Gardening)
Luis ? (Gardener)
Godfrey Macauley (Registrar)
Jack McAlister (Cleaning Staff)
Ron Maloney (Carpenter)
Thomas Manly (Gardener)
Francis (Todd) Mealey (Foreman Painter)
Jim Meares (Builders Labourer)
Norman Morton (Painter)
Sir Rupert Myers (Vice-Chancellor)
Dr Max Napthali (Student Health)
Hunter Neilson (Painter)
Tom Nugent (Plumber, Chemical Engineering)
Dennis O'Connor (Spray Painter Maintenance)
Kevin O'Connor (Plumber)
Paul O'Connor (Plumber)
Laurie O'Neill (Assistant Bursar)
Bill Phillips (Builders Labourer)
Professor David Phillips (Pro-Vice-Chancellor)
Jack Powell (Foreman Carpenter)
Leslie Radford (Electricians Assistant)
Harry Reed (Custodian)
Arthur Rigg (Plumber)
Bill Russell (Electrician)
Claude Sedgman (Plumber)
Ronald Sedgman (Foreman Electrician)
Ralph Bernard Shaw (Plumber)
Roy Shepherd (Preventive Maintenance Officer/ Foreman Plumber)
Bill Shields (Wood Machinist)
Ron Soutar (Carpenter)
Max Storey (Joiner)
Joseph Talbot (Foreman Plumber)
Harry Thomas (Builders Labourer)
Ron Tingle (Engineer)
Unknown Carpenter
Harry Vallance (Builders Labourer attached to Plumbers)
Dirk van Dyke (Architect's Office)
Alan Watson (Supervisor Maintenance)
Arthur Watson (Gardening Staff)
Neil Wheeler (Leading Hand Electrician)
George Whelan (Gardening)
Bill Winter (Clerk of Works)
Jack Wright (Foreman Carpenter)