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Ronald Campbell Smith Collection
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Joseph Batt Estate

Article from 'Mercury' newspaper on Joseph Batt (d. 1897), who left a bequest to the Royal Hobart Hospital and the Presbyterian Church. R.C. Smith was one of the trustees.

Ronald Campbell Smith

Peacock Convalescent Hospital

Report and history of the Peacock Convalescent Home (typed), dated 1966 and a 25th Anniversary booklet.The Home, situated in Swan Street North Hobart was donated to the State by W D Peacock. It was officially opened as a Convalescent Home for Wom...

Ronald Campbell Smith

Photographs

Photographs:32. Naval cadet football club (Beattie photo) 1918 (2 copies)33. Naval cadets standing by gun 191834. Group, probably railway men, in work clothes, no date35. Southern Railway football team 192236. Masonic club officers and committee 1...

Ronald Campbell Smith

Retirement

File consistes of a letter enquiring his entitlement from Tasmanian Government Railways; letter from Henry Bland with thanks and congratulations for service and best wishes for retirement; Department of Labour and National Service. Staff '...

Ronald Campbell Smith

Ronald Campbell Smith Collection

  • AU TAS UTAS SPARC DX4
  • Collection
  • 1915-1973

Collection consists of papers and photographs relating to Ronald Campbell Smith.

Ronald Campbell Smith

Tasmanian Railways Gazette

Copy of the Tasmanian Railways Gazette, dated June 1936. Includes a photograph of R.C. Smith as a prominent Unionist with note of his career (p. 19) and Union news.

Ronald Campbell Smith

Testimonials and application for job

Testimonials from Central School, Hobart (1915), Smallhorn and Sons printers 1915?, E.L.C. Watkins (1915), A.J. Todd Electrical Engineers (1916), acknowledgement of application for railway apprenticeship (1916), testimonial to his knowledge of ste...

Ronald Campbell Smith