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944661
  • Title
    Series 04: Anthony Hordern & Sons Ltd. / photographed by Arthur Ernest Foster
  • Call number
    ON 30/Box 9-16
    ON 30/Box 90
  • Level of description
    series
  • Date

    ca. 1902-1947
  • Type of material
  • Reference code
    944661
  • Issue Copy
    Digitised
  • Physical Description
    114 negatives - glass
  • Scope and Content
    Box 9
    Nos. 55-68
    Copies of old photographs showing store at various dates, old tokens, bills etc., also illuminated address presented to Justly Rawlings, July 1935 and group photograph of R.M.S. Renown Rifle Team and Hordernians (this last reproduced in Hordernian Monthly, April 1927, page 105) in detail.
    [Reproduced in Hordernian Monthly April 1932 and January 1938]

    Box 10
    Nos. 69-82
    Copies of old photographs of founders, original photographs of Horderns etc. (print of portrait of Samuel and wife at P1). Includes photographs of sketch of Samuel by W.A. Moir, 1901.
    [Reproduced in Hordernian Monthly, April 1932 and January 1938]

    Box 11
    Nos. 83-94
    Hall of Fame display (relating to story of store) and last horse cart (No.94)

    Box 12
    Nos. 95-109
    Hordern's sports ground, Wardell Road, Dulwich Hill and probably land before sports ground (see Hordernian Monthly, April 1932) and site (No.96), Cook River (No.95), Show Pavilion 1924 (No.108) and 1922 (No.109)

    Box 13
    Nos. 110-123
    Hordern's suburban delivery depots (prints of Manly and Chatswood (No.120) in Small Picture File); Cook River (No.110,111)

    Box 14
    Nos. 124-136
    Haymarket building being constructed, 1921-1924 (Nos. 124-133), completed building, 1924 (No.134), 1933 (Nos. 135-136)
    (Print of No.133 in Small Picture File)

    Box 15
    Nos. 137-149
    Views of facade, no date; general views, 1933, Cavalcade of Empire display (facades)

    Box 16
    Nos. 150-160
    General view from top, etc.
    [Note: No.160 was with Hordern negatives but shows Potter & Birks, 15 Grosvenor Street. No.158 shows oldest shop on Brickfield Hill, No.589 George Street, opposite Hordern's. Was a saddlers' and leather shop in 40's occupied 1868-1893 by Francis Abigail M.P. still a leather store (see Hordernian Monthly, January 1938, page 29)

    Box 90
    Nos. 161-168
    Miscellaneous
  • Access Conditions

    Access to this pictures collection via appointment only. Please submit your request through Ask a Librarian
  • Copying Conditions
    Out of copyright: Created before 1955
    Please acknowledge: : Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales
  • Description source

    Foster collection of negatives. ON 30 contents list / compiled in the Mitchell Library (pages 8-9)
  • General note

    Digital order no:Album ID : 999648
  • Place
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