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Robert John Moore Withers, papers relating to wool and wool trade, compiled ca. 1907-ca. 1962

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Robert John Moore Withers, papers relating to wool and wool trade, compiled ca. 1907-ca. 1962

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MLMSS 2565

Record identifier

9PQ8GbXn

Robert John Moore Withers, papers relating to wool and wool trade, compiled ca. 1907-ca. 1962

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Full title

Robert John Moore Withers, papers relating to wool and wool trade, compiled ca. 1907-ca. 1962

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Date

ca. 1907-1962

Call Numbers

MLMSS 2565

Record Identifier

9PQ8GbXn
Physical Description

Contents

1 box of textual material - typescript

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Fonds

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

Item 1
a. Notebook of statistical data relating to the wool trade 1788-1964

Item 2
b. Notes on identities in the wool trade with biographical notes on Robert John Moore Withers compiled ca. 1907-1962

Item 3
c. Typed transcript of notes on identities in the wool trade edited and extended by Donald F. Withers

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Full title

Robert John Moore Withers, papers relating to wool and wool trade, compiled ca. 1907-ca. 1962

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Author / Creator

NOTES

Description source

Information transferred from Manuscripts Leaf Catalogue No. 1 (2-248C) as part of the eRecords Project, 2010-2011

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Administrative / Biographical history

Robert John Moore Withers, 1875-1962, was Secretary of the Sydney Wool Selling Brokers Association from 1899 to 1950 and also edited the Sydney Wool and Stock Journal. His son, Donald F. Withers also wrote about the wool trade

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MLMSS 2565

Record Identifier

9PQ8GbXn

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https://collection.sl.nsw.gov.au/record/9PQ8GbXn

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Reference code

914112

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