Remains of J. Squire's orchard at Kissing Point, ca. 1900 : then in the possession of Mr C.C. Watson...

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Remains of J. Squire's orchard at Kissing Point, ca. 1900 : then in the possession of Mr C.C. Watson & family / unknown photographer

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SPF/3473

Record identifier

9PQ8Xy2n

Remains of J. Squire's orchard at Kissing Point, ca. 1900 : then in the possession of Mr C.C. Watson & family / unknown photographer

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Remains of J. Squire's orchard at Kissing Point, ca. 1900 : then in the possession of Mr C.C. Watson & family / unknown photographer

Full title

Remains of J. Squire's orchard at Kissing Point, ca. 1900 : then in the possession of Mr C.C. Watson & family / unknown photographer

Date

ca. 1900

Call Numbers

SPF/3473

Record Identifier

9PQ8Xy2n

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Physical Description

Contents

1 photographic print - 8.5 x 13.4 cm - postcard, copy

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Fonds

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Copying Conditions

Out of copyright : Created before 1955

Please acknowledge : Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales

Issue Copy

Digitised

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

"The first tree in the background (probably a pear tree) was from the original orchard. Other trees, pears, apples, quinces and orange trees from the old orchard were in existence in 1900, none remains in 1946. Very near the right hand lower corner was the 'black man's grave', a slightly raised mound covered with old bricks made in Squire's time, i...

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Full title

Remains of J. Squire's orchard at Kissing Point, ca. 1900 : then in the possession of Mr C.C. Watson & family / unknown photographer

NOTES

General note

Transferred from SPF / Sydney -- Suburbs -- Ryde, c. 1900, January 2013

Keyword:
Stile

Digital order no:a9627001

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Presented by Alderman Michael Levy, Ryde M.C. History Committee, February 1946

Administrative / Biographical history

Brewer and farmer James Squire (1755?-1822) was a friend of the Aboriginal Australians, Bennelong was buried on his farm.

References:
Australian Dictionary of Biography. http://adb.anu.edu.au/ (accessed January 14, 2013)

Wallumetta : a history of Ryde and its district, 1792-1945...

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SPF/3473

Record Identifier

9PQ8Xy2n

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1012414

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