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Lloyd family further papers and pictorial material, 1859-1916

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Lloyd family further papers and pictorial material, 1859-1916

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MLMSS 9931/Folder 1 , MLMSS 9931/Box 2X

Record identifier

YoldWQQ9

Lloyd family further papers and pictorial material, 1859-1916

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Lloyd family further papers and pictorial material, 1859-1916

Full title

Lloyd family further papers and pictorial material, 1859-1916

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Date

1859-1916

Call Numbers

MLMSS 9931/Folder 1 , MLMSS 9931/Box 2X

Record Identifier

YoldWQQ9
Physical Description

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0.03 metres of textual material and 1 photograph (1 folder, 1 outsize box) - chiefly manuscript and photocopies

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Fonds

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Out of copyright : Creator died before 1955 - applies to photograph

Copyright status : In copyright - applies to manuscript material

Research & study copies allowed : Author has been deceased for more than 50 years

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

Family correspondence including letters received by Charles William Lloyd, 1859-1903 and by Rachel Lloyd, 1874-1886. They discuss family matters, the health of family and friends, as well as the activities of their friends and acquaintances. Also includes photocopies of additional letters received by Charles William Lloyd, 1862-1902 and by Rachel L...

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Lloyd family further papers and pictorial material, 1859-1916

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CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Presented by Elizabeth Lloyd Holloway, 2015

Administrative / Biographical history

Charles William Lloyd (1830-1919) was born in Shropshire, England. In 1854 he joined his brother in managing William Charles Wentworth’s Burburgate stations on the Liverpool Plains. In 1858 he formed Lloyd Bros with his two brothers, Edward and John and was appointed a magistrate of the territory. Charles retired to Sydney in 1863 and two years lat...

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MLMSS 9931/Folder 1 , MLMSS 9931/Box 2X

Record Identifier

YoldWQQ9

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1382336

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