James Erskine Calder - Correspondence, 1829, 1869-1881

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Record title

James Erskine Calder - Correspondence, 1829, 1869-1881

Call numbers

A 600

Record identifier

YRlZaeVn

James Erskine Calder - Correspondence, 1829, 1869-1881

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https://collection.sl.nsw.gov.au/record/YRlZaeVn/26578dlA2JVeN

James Erskine Calder - Correspondence, 1829, 1869-1881

Full title

James Erskine Calder - Correspondence, 1829, 1869-1881

Date

1829, 1842, 1860, 1869-1881

Call Numbers

A 600

Record Identifier

YRlZaeVn
Physical Description

Contents

1 volume - 0.06 Meters

Textual Records

Clippings

Textual Records - (printed)

Photographs - 3 carte de visite - 10.4 x 6.3 cm

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Issue Copy

Microfilm : CY 3359, frames 1-357 (A 600)

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

Correspondence (originals and copies) that relates to Calder's early professional appointments, his career in surveying, retirement, alterations within the Survey Department of Van Diemen's Land, Aboriginal place names, and general matters.
Includes:
[Map of] A part of / Bagshot Heath / including the estate of the / Royal Military College / S...

ALTERNATIVE TITLES

Full title

James Erskine Calder - Correspondence, 1829, 1869-1881

NOTES

General note

The volume was rebound into new covers at an unknown date.
D.S. Mitchell bookplate inside front cover.

Signature / Inscriptions

Titled on spine, "Personal Letters &c."

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Bequeathed by D.S. Mitchell, 1907

Identifiers

PRIMARY IDENTIFIERS

Call Numbers

A 600

Record Identifier

YRlZaeVn

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OTHER IDENTIFIERS

Reference code

430391

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