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Ainslie Post Office [picture] / Joseph Wolinski
Bib ID 1875287
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Author
Wolinski, Joseph, 1872-1955
 
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Description 1912 
1 painting : oil on canvas ; 61 x 91.3 cm. 
Notes

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Man seated on the verandah has been identified as the post master Tom Merky.

(ANL)R244

Subjects Merky, Tom, - Pictorial works.  |  Ainslie Post Office (Ainslie, A.C.T.) - Pictorial works.  |  Public buildings - Australian Capital Territory - Ainslie - Pictorial works.  |  Post office buildings - Australian Capital Territory - Ainslie - Pictorial works.  |  Picture - Oil.
Exhibited Exhibited: "Lost Houses of the Molonglo Valley", Canberra Museum and Gallery, 23 June 2007 - 16 September 2007. 

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