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Title Letter to Abraham Buckley from Joseph Greenwood
Maker Greenwood, Joseph
Creation Date 16 JAN 1853
Description This letter is to Abraham Buckley and his wife in the Colony of New South Wales from Joseph Greenwood.
Object Number 2012.14.1
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Title Letter to Abraham Buckley from Mary and Joseph Greenwood
Maker Greenwood, Joseph
Greenwood, Mary
Creation Date 29 MAY 1855
Description This letter is to Abraham Buckley in the Colony of New South Wales from Mary and Joseph Greenwood.
Object Number 2012.15.1
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Title Sign for Prince Alfred Park, also known as Gaol Green, Parramatta, 1996
Object Number LSP00249
Spine Number LSOP 249
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Title Gideon Patten's general store, Granville, view of front exterior of single storey premises, image taken from a post card, ca. 1900s - 1910s
Description Signs on store read: "Grocer", "Importer", "Warehouse", "Provisions", "Crockery", "Hardware", and "G. Patten". The building is located on a corner and bears an ornamental clock tower. The message on the post card, written by a woman who worked at the store, specifies that the man in the image with his hand behind his back is Mr Patten.
Object Number LSP00598
Spine Number LSOP 598
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Title The Scots' Church (St. Andrew's) and Parramatta Court House, also known as the Old Court House, circa 1853
Description Image features a front and side view of the court house which is an imposing sandstone building of the Greek Revival style, with fluted columns of the Doric order. The building is enclosed by a high iron picket fence. The Scots' Church is a Gothic re Sketch Court House and St. Andrew's Church westside Church St, cnr George St, 1850s -- caption LSOP164.
Object Number LSP00164
Spine Number LSOP 164
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Title Parramatta Town Hall, circa 1900
Description Image features a front and side view of an imposing two storey building of the Victorian Free Classical. The building is enclosed by a high iron picket fence. A sign on the fence refers to Joseph Cook as a guest speaker at a "great rally".
Object Number LSP00156
Spine Number LSOP 156
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Title Parramatta Court House, also known as the Old Court House and Parramatta's second court house, between 1857 and 1880
Description Image features a front and side view of an imposing sandstone building of the Greek Revival style, with fluted columns of the Doric order. The building is enclosed by a high iron picket fence. This little photograph was taken between 1857 and 1880, the time frame that the photographer Christopher Tuke occupied his studio in Parramatta. The photographing method - Albumen paper print on a carte-de-visite is also consistent with this date ran
Object Number LSP00166
Spine Number LSOP 166
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Title Parramatta District Hospital, Parramatta, circa 1880
Description The image features a two storey building with verandas on both floors. The hospital is viewed from the river across a grassed meadow.
Object Number LSP00203
Spine Number LSOP 203
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Title Tudor Gatehouse at west end of George Street, Parramatta, view of front exterior of two storey building, and road approaching, ca. 1900s - 1920s
Description Tram tracks are visible in the image turning north from George Street onto O'Connell Street.
Object Number LSP00887
Spine Number LSOP 887
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Title Brick tower, Parramatta Court House, ca. 1970s
Object Number LSP00901
Spine Number LSOP 901
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Title Bertha Allport Diary [attrib.]
Maker Allport, Bertha
Creation Date 1854
Description Diary of a young Allport girl [attributed to Bertha Allport] in 1854. The diary mentions daily activities, family members and the death of her father - Henry Curzon Allport.
Object Number 2012.3.1
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Title "In the forest glade" ink and watercolour
Maker Glover, John
Description Small ink and watercolour possibly by John Glover who was friends with Henry Curzon Allport, travelled with him in Europe on the 'grand tour' and taught art to at least one of Allport's children.
Object Number 2012.4.1
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