Cover image for Newspaper Cuttings,  Notes and Some Correspondence
Series:
Newspaper Cuttings, Notes and Some Correspondence
Series Number:
Access:
Open
Start Date:
01 Jan 1941
End Date:
31 Dec 1948
Source:
Tasmanian Archives
Creating Agency:
10 Feb 188202 Nov 1949
Series notes:
These records are part of the holdings of the Tasmanian Archives
System of Arrangement:
The newspaper cuttings and notes are in subject files
Items:


Art, George Arthur, Aborigines, Anti transportation, Australian Convicts, Banks, Andrew Bent, Botanical Gardens, John Bowen, Bridges, Bushrangers, Churches
Churches and cemeteries, Coaches, David Collins, Convicts, James Cook, Cottage Green, Thomas Davey, William Denison, D'Entrecasteaux, Charles DuCane, Floods, John Franklin, James Gordon, Government House, Towns and Places, Churches and Old Houses
Historical Events, Historical Institutions, Hobart, Hobart Rivulet, Hotels
Hunters lsland, Lighthouses, Literature,Macquarie Harbour, Markets, Medical, Military, Mills, Mining, Nomenclature, Norfolk Island, Parliament, Pioneers,
Police and Gaols, Port Arthur, Port Phillip, Post Office, Press
Racecourses, Racing, Railways, Regatta Association, Royal Hobart Hospital, Schools, Sharks, Shipping, Ships and Whaling, William Sorell, Sport
Statistics, Streets, Supreme Court, Able Tasman, Tasmania, Theatre, Tolls, University and the Domain, Wells, John E Eardley Wilmot, Henry Fox Young
Notes cuttings and photographs concerning the Linnell and Cronley family, Correspondence and associated paper s of B Cronly - General, with George Mackeness and Harry O'May
Unsorted newspaper cuttings on subjects of historical interest