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Rayner family photographs, ca. 1870-1936, 1966

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Record title

Rayner family photographs, ca. 1870-1936, 1966

Call numbers

PXA 1306 , FM2/2045

Record identifier

nQRk7ZX1

Rayner family photographs, ca. 1870-1936, 1966

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Rayner family photographs, ca. 1870-1936, 1966

Full title

Rayner family photographs, ca. 1870-1936, 1966

Author / Creator

Date

ca. 1870 - 1936, 1966

Call Numbers

PXA 1306 , FM2/2045

Record Identifier

nQRk7ZX1
Physical Description

Contents

5 photographs - 25 x 30.5 cm or smaller - albumen photoprints

5 photographs - 25.5 x 31 cm or smaller - gelatin silver

10 negatives (2 film strips) - 35 mm

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Level of description

Fonds

Access and use

Copying Conditions

Copyright status : Photographs in this collection created before 1955 are all out of copyright. Photographs created after 1955 are in copyright.

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

Physical Access Conditions

Access to this pictures collection via appointment only. Please submit your request through Ask a Librarian : FM2/2045 only

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

PXA 1306
The collection consists of 5 photographs [albumen and gelatin silver], ca. 1870-1936 and 5 photographic copies [gelatin silver], 1966 relating to the Rayner family of Springwood, N.S.W. Includes William (John) Rayner's general store (Springwood, N.S.W.), butchery and bakery, the first tweed factory in Australia (Emu Plains, N.S.W.) and...

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Full title

Rayner family photographs, ca. 1870-1936, 1966

AUTHORS, ARTISTS AND CONTRIBUTORS

Author / Creator

NOTES

General note

Pic.Acc. Upgrade Project - Information transferred from Pic.Acc.733 as part of the eRecords Project 2011-2012

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Presented by Miss M. Rayner, 27 March 1966
Pic.Acc.733

Administrative / Biographical history

John Rayner came from Ireland to Sydney in 1839, he and Abraham Rayner started the first tweed factory in Australia. John Rayner married Elizabeth Evans in 1874. He commenced business during the 1870's as butcher, baker and general storekeeper in Springwood, New South Wales.

References:
Compiled from the collection
Penrith Heritage Study / prepared for Penrith City Council by Paul Davies.
http://www.penrithcity.nsw.gov.au/uploadedFiles/Website/Planning_and_Development/Stage_1_Local_Plan/Penrith_Heritage_Study_2007/PenHeritageStudyVol1StudyReport.pdf(accessed 26 February, 2010)...

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PRIMARY IDENTIFIERS

Call Numbers

PXA 1306 , FM2/2045

Record Identifier

nQRk7ZX1

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https://collection.sl.nsw.gov.au/record/nQRk7ZX1

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Reference code

52815

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