Port Arthur, Tasmania, 1843

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Record title

Port Arthur, Tasmania, 1843

Call numbers

SV6B/Pr Arth/5

Record identifier

93QVM4N1

Port Arthur, Tasmania, 1843

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https://collection.sl.nsw.gov.au/record/93QVM4N1

Port Arthur, Tasmania, 1843

Full title

Port Arthur, Tasmania, 1843

Date

1843

Call Numbers

SV6B/Pr Arth/5

Record Identifier

93QVM4N1

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Physical Description

Contents

1 lithographic print - 22 x 32 cm., 36 x 45 cm. with mount - hand coloured with wash

Other Descriptions

Level of description

Fonds

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

Some buildings are numbered with the names listed below view set into mount: " 1, Commandant's Residence. 2, Military Barracks. 3, Surgeon's and Deputy Assistan-Commissary-General Residences. 4, Hospital. 5, Prisoner's Barracks. 6, Treadmill and Watermill for grinding corn (unfinished). 7, Bakehouse. 8, Commiss[?]iat and Ordance stores. 9, Clergyma...

ALTERNATIVE TITLES

Full title

Port Arthur, Tasmania, 1843

NOTES

General note

Digital order no:a1528296

Signature / Inscriptions

"Port Arthur, Tasmania. 1843." -- set into mount below view
Signed at lower right of view with three initials (possibly "KNN" or "RNN")
"Port Arthur, Tasmania, 1843, showing the principle buildings, signed R.N.N coloured lithograph, 12 3/4 by 8 3/4 ins. £5. 1843" -- typed on slip on verso of mount

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Purchased from J. Edwards in 1935

Identifiers

PRIMARY IDENTIFIERS

Call Numbers

SV6B/Pr Arth/5

Record Identifier

93QVM4N1

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https://collection.sl.nsw.gov.au/record/93QVM4N1

OTHER IDENTIFIERS

Reference code

826089

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