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Bourolong [i.e. Boorolong] Station, New South Wales, ca. 1848 [picture] / [Edward Thomson]
Bib ID 2155250
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Author
Thomson, Edward, active 1840-1870
 
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Description 1848? 
1 watercolour ; 18.9 x 26.1 cm. on sheet 32.3 x 42.5 cm. 
Series

Thomson, Edward, active 1840-1870 Views in New South Wales, Australia, ca. 1848

Notes

Title from inscription on verso.

Rex Nan Kivell Collection NK 671/­3.

Inscription; "Bourolong" -- In ink below image. "Bourolong ; Chas. Marsh Esq." --In index.

In: Views in New South Wales, Australia, ca. 1848.

Boorolong station was owned by Matthew Henry Marsh and managed by his brother Charles W. Marsh.

Also available in an electronic version via the Internet at: http:/­/­nla.gov.au/­nla.pic-an4647826

Subjects Farmhouses - New South Wales - Boorolong.  |  Farms - New South Wales - Boorolong.  |  Boorolong (N.S.W.)
Other authors/contributors Thomson, Edward, active 1840-1870

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