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Invitation, 1901 [manuscript]
Bib ID 2999982
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
James, Mr
 
Access Conditions Available for reference. Not for loan. 
Description 1901 
1 p. 
Summary

Invitation issued by the Federal Ministers to Mr. and Mrs. James to attend. 1. The opening of the Parliament of the Commonwealth in the Exhibition Building Melbourne, 9th May 1901. 2. An evening reception to meet the Duke and Duchess of Cornwal and York, 9th May 1901.

Biography/History

Mr. James was the Hon Treasurer of the Zoological and Acclimatization Society of Victoria.

Notes

Manuscript reference no. : NLA MS 2154.

Subjects George V, King of Great Britain, 1865-1936.  |  Mary, Queen, consort of George V, King of Great Britain, 1867-1953.  |  Australia. Parliament -- History.  |  Royal visitors -- Victoria.  |  Invitation cards.
Time Coverage 1901 

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