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Illuminated address presented to W. A. Holman by Cootamundra Electorate, ca. 1910s

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Record title

Illuminated address presented to W. A. Holman by Cootamundra Electorate, ca. 1910s

Call numbers

A 3087

Record identifier

92eV3gbY

Illuminated address presented to W. A. Holman by Cootamundra Electorate, ca. 1910s

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Illuminated address presented to W. A. Holman by Cootamundra Electorate, ca. 1910s

Full title

Illuminated address presented to W. A. Holman by Cootamundra Electorate, ca. 1910s

Date

ca. 1910s

Call Numbers

A 3087

Record Identifier

92eV3gbY
Physical Description

Contents

0.2 metres of textual material (1 volume)

Other Descriptions

Level of description

Fonds

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

4 page illuminated address presented to NSW Premier W. A. Holman, as the longest serving premier in the state by Cootamundra Electorate. Features illustrations of Parliament House (NSW), Junee Railway Station, Gundagai Court House, Cootamundra Municipal Chambers, Temora Hospital and portrait of Holman. Assembled by John Sands Ltd, Sydney.

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Full title

Illuminated address presented to W. A. Holman by Cootamundra Electorate, ca. 1910s

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NOTES

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Information transferred from Manuscripts Index Catalogue as part of the eRecords Project, 2013-2014

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Call Numbers

A 3087

Record Identifier

92eV3gbY

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1102930

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