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Photographs relating to the Veness family, 1870-1910, compiled 1974

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PXB 577

Record identifier

Yr8RkmDn

Photographs relating to the Veness family, 1870-1910, compiled 1974

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Photographs relating to the Veness family, 1870-1910, compiled 1974

Full title

Photographs relating to the Veness family, 1870-1910, compiled 1974

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Date

1974 (copies of 1870-1910 photos)

Call Numbers

PXB 577

Record Identifier

Yr8RkmDn
Physical Description

Contents

5 photographs - 16.5 x 22 cm - gelatin silver

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Fonds

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Copyright status : Photographs created after 1955 are in copyright for the life of photographer plus 70 years

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

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

Copy photographs inscribed on back as follows:

No. 1 The second Randwick Post Office, Belmore Road and Short[?] Street, opened in year 1878...in Cooks Lodge - bought from Captain Watson. Back wing of building in Short Street was probably the stables, ...from the Randwick Historical Society [stamped Randwick Historical Society]

No. 2...

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Full title

Photographs relating to the Veness family, 1870-1910, compiled 1974

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Author / Creator

NOTES

General note

Pic.Acc. Upgrade Project - Information transferred from Pic.Acc.3842 as part of the eRecords Project 2011-2012

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Lent for copying by Randwick Historical Society, 1974

Pic.Acc.3842

Administrative / Biographical history

The Veness family ran a wheelwright and blacksmith business and in 1864 Frederick Veness became a Postmaster, a role in which he continued until 1878 when the first official Post Office was opened in Belmore Road, Randwick

Reference:
Randwick City Council. http://www.randwick.nsw.gov.au/About_Randwick/Heritage/A_to_Z_of_people_and_places/Randwick_Cemetery/index.aspx (Accessed 10 May 2012)...

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PXB 577

Record Identifier

Yr8RkmDn

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971420

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