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Playoust Family papers, 1907-1948, 1995

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Playoust Family papers, 1907-1948, 1995

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1bGMdX8Y

Playoust Family papers, 1907-1948, 1995

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Playoust Family papers, 1907-1948, 1995

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Playoust Family papers, 1907-1948, 1995

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Date

1907-1948, 1995

Record Identifier

1bGMdX8Y

Language

English, French

Physical Description

Contents

0.55 metres of textual material (1 box and 1 outsize box) - manuscript, printed

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Fonds

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

SERIES 01
Papers concerning Jacques Playoust, 1914-1995

SERIES 02
Papers concerning Maurice Playoust, 1915-1917

SERIES 03
Papers concerning Marcel Playoust, 1916-1918

SERIES 04
Papers concerning Stephane Playoust, 1917-1920

SERIES 05
Playoust family miscellaneous papers, 1915-1948

SERIES 06
Playo...

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Playoust Family papers, 1907-1948, 1995

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NOTES

General note

See Jacqueline Dwyer. 'Flanders in Australia', Kangaroo Press, 1998
State Library of New South Wales collection of World War I diaries

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Presented by Jacqueline Dwyer in 1998

Exhibited in

Vive la difference! : the French in NSW

Administrative / Biographical history

In the late 19th century wool buyers from the Flanders region of France emigrated with their families to Australia in order to buy wool for weaving in the great textile centres of northern France. Among them were the Playoust family who settled in Sydney. At the outbreak of war in 1914, members of this family returned to France to fight for their...

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1bGMdX8Y

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153866

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