Album of photographs of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park and Wolstenholme family, 1893-1896 / probably compiled by Harry Wolstenholme

Album of photographs of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park and Wolstenholme family, 1893-1896 / probabl...

Date created

1893-1896

Contents

1 album (42 photographic prints)

Level of description

Fonds

Call Numbers

PXB 760

Copying conditions

Out of copyright : Created before 1955

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Title

Album of photographs of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park and Wolstenholme family, 1893-1896 / probably compiled by Harry Wolstenholme

Item identifier

npAdGdm1

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Full title

Album of photographs of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park and Wolstenholme family, 1893-1896 / probably compiled by Harry Wolstenholme

Contents

ALBUM
1. Cowan
2. Mrs W. and Daisy. Path to Berowra
3. Daisy Windybank
4. Windybank's Jetty 1893. Xmas '93
5. Ditto Xmas '93. R. R. Garran, A. Kelynack, and Lloyd and Arthur in boat, Arthur's launch
6. 2 Oct. '93 [sailing boat]
7. 2 Oct. '93 [four men and three women posing in r...

Source

Presented by John Wolstenholme, 2014

Administrative / Biographical history

Ku-ring-gai is named after the Guringai peoples. Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park is the earliest reserve established primarily for nature conservation and contains an exceptional representation of the Sydney region biota. The place contains a complex pattern of 24 plant communities, including heathl...

Description source

Most photographs titled below image

General note

Printed on album title page 'The interchangeable photo-scrap album. No trimming or mounting required. London. Marcus Ward & Co., Limited. Belfast & New York'.

Conservation note

Album has broken spine, last page detached, endpapers coming unstuck from boards

Date created

1893-1896

Dated from album

Reference code

1287059

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