Midlands Tasmania

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1863-1876 : Ledger Morningside Estate

Ledger for "Morningside Estate" at Campbell Town Norther Tasmania, detailing piece work and rations, some accounts signed as received by the worker, dated 1863-1876

James Mercer

Bath Inn at Oatlands

Colour photograph of sandstone building with tin roof, geraniums blooming in front garden, Bath Inn, at Oatlands, Tasmania

Hal Wyatt

Bridge at Jericho

Colour photograph shows water flowing underneath sandstone piers and supports of road bridge at Jericho.

Hal Wyatt

Cottage at Ross

Colour photograph shows front of sandstone cottage with red painted corrugated iron roof and decorative front porch, established flower garden, at Ross.

Hal Wyatt

Farm house fallen down

Colour photograph of abandoned farmhouse, with only a rickety timber roof frame, some internal walls and floors, three dormer windows and two orange brick chimneys intact; external brickwork has collapsed entirely into to piles of rubble; mature E...

Hal Wyatt

Mercer Farm Accounts

  • AU TAS UTAS SPARC M15
  • Collection
  • 1861-1876

Collection consists of five ledgers containing details of wages and accounts, rations and shearing for two properties, Morningside and Riccarton. Located at Campbell Town in northern Tasmania and owned and managed by James Mercer.

James Mercer

Stone cottage with shingle roof

Colour photograph of stone cottage at Callington Mill, Oatlands, with weatherbeaten timber shingles, surrounded by wire mesh and paling fence around small garden, with nearby livestock pens.

Hal Wyatt

Visitor seated near front door and garden at Brickendon

Colour photograph shows a woman seated on park bench outside main house at Brickendon, historic 465ha estate established and farmed by William Archer and descendants since 1824, who invited tourists to their property from the late 20th century.

Hal Wyatt

Visitors at Brickendon, Longford

Colour photograph shows two sightseers, man with camera hanging on strap around his neck and gloved woman carrying handbag, outside main house at Brickendon, historic 465ha estate established and farmed by William Archer and descendants since 1824...

Hal Wyatt