Item 2 - Letters received 1927-1958

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Letters received 1927-1958


  • 1927 -1958 (Creation)

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47 letters in folder

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Letters mainly about historical queries and East Coast families from (reference numbers in brackets): A.A. Allen, Bicheno (wool press, whaling, 1929, P/l/2 [3]); H. Amos, 1930-31 (9,10,12,44); T. Amos Heriot, 1949 (news cutting about Meredith's arrival with sheep, 31); Douglas Cotton, Kelvedon, 1947 (diaries at Kelvedon, 26); John Gellibrand 1935 (15,21); Glamorgan Municipality, 1948-1953 (permission to photograph photo of first Council, possible assistance in publishing book on Swanport, (27-29); R.W. Giblin, 1929 (4); Robert Snowdon Hay, Bishop of Tasmania, 1927 (agreeing to open fair for Bellerive Mothers' Union in aid of the Sunday School 11) 1933 (answer to congratulatory letter, 13); J. Heyer, 1934 (Rev. Thomas Dove, 14); W.H. Hudspeth, 1930 (Thorneycroft or other house in Macquarie St., 34); Ernest? Hull (Marquis of Salisbury papers, 20); R.W. Legge, Cullenswood, 1935 (17); N.E. Lewis, 1928 (2); B. Lyne, Campbell Town, 1958 (45); Violet Mace, Bothwell and Schouten House, Swansea, 1930-1935 (offering copies of Australasian, Meredith letters, farm diaries (1858-1898), maps, 5, 7, 8, 9, 16, 18, 19); Ian B. Macdonald, 1939 (Swansea Church Ch 23); T.A. Miles, 1955 (ships, 39); Sarah E.E. Mitchell, 1936, (Christmas greetings, 22); Harry O'May, Shiplovers Society, 1948 (East Coast Shipping, 30); D.C. Pearse, 1958, (artist Munnings, 47) Amy Rowntree, 1954 (Runnymede Church, 37); Amy C. Shaw, 1931 (Joseph Allen memorial window St. David's Cathedral, 11); Fred C. Shaw, 1950 (Rocky Hills convicts, 38), 1956 (All Saints Church Swansea dedicated 1871, 41),1957 (post office, 42); Angus G. Shoobridge, 1947 (25); Karl Von Stiglitz,1950-1955 (32, 33, 35, 36,40); State Library Board, 1957 (proposal that the State Archives Department should undertake 2. cont. p. 1 the care of all archive material and the Board appoint Honorary Archivists to locate historical records, compile inventories, advise on storage and encourage transfer to the State Archives, 43}; Australian Dictionary of Biography? 1957 (provisional list of Tasmanians, 46).

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