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Wong family photographs, ca. 1910-1935 / unknown photographer

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Record title

Wong family photographs, ca. 1910-1935 / unknown photographer

Call numbers

PXB 469 , ON 376

Record identifier

YezdB6b9

Wong family photographs, ca. 1910-1935 / unknown photographer

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Wong family photographs, ca. 1910-1935 / unknown photographer

Full title

Wong family photographs, ca. 1910-1935 / unknown photographer

Date

ca. 1910-1935

Call Numbers

PXB 469 , ON 376

Record Identifier

YezdB6b9
Physical Description

Contents

7 photographic prints - 21.6 x 16.8 cm - gelatin silver, copies

8 negatives - 16.5 x 12.2 cm - glass

11 negatives - 8 x 10.6 cm - glass

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Level of description

Fonds

Access and use

Physical Access Conditions

Access to this pictures collection via appointment only. Please submit your request through Ask a Librarian : ON 376

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

Mrs Amelia Wong, nee Hackney and her children by father Sandy Wong (7 prints of the 8 half plate negatives)

Unidentified family, also Manly Beach, bicycle, waterfall, Customs House decorated for Victory, 1919, and 18 footer on Sydney Harbour (11 quarter plate negatives)

ALTERNATIVE TITLES

Full title

Wong family photographs, ca. 1910-1935 / unknown photographer

AUTHORS, ARTISTS AND CONTRIBUTORS

Contributing Creator

The full plate of Mrs Wong was taken by her son Henry Wong. The other full plates of Mrs Wong's children were taken by her?

Reference:
Library correspondence file

NOTES

Published information

For an article on the Bolong General Store, see: Jean Willis "Opening the door on a treasure of Australian history", Sydney Morning Herald, 1 Jan 1977, Weekend magazine and book reviews, p.12

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Presented by Bob Wong, July 1977
Pic.Acc.3997

Administrative / Biographical history

Wong Sat (Sandy Wong) owned the Bolong General Store, opened 1880. He counselled many Chinese and arbitrated for them after the Lambing Flat Riots at Young. He died in 1918.

Reference:
Library correspondence file

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PRIMARY IDENTIFIERS

Call Numbers

PXB 469 , ON 376

Record Identifier

YezdB6b9

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Reference code

846249

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