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[Giant gavel inscribed The Australian Church foundation stone, 19th March, 1887] [realia]
Bib ID 602066
Format ObjectObject [realia]
Description 1887 
1 gavel : wood ; height 26.5 cm. 
Notes

Title devised by cataloguer.

The Australian Church was founded by Rev. Charles Strong in 1885.

Object number A40006522.

Source of Acquisition Presented by Miss Helen Strong, Glen Iris, Vic. File no.: p21/10/381. 
Subjects Australian Church.  |  Gavels.  |  Cornerstone laying.
Form/genre Gavels.
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245 0 0 |a[Giant gavel inscribed The Australian Church foundation stone, 19th March, 1887]|h[realia]
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500 |aTitle devised by cataloguer.
500 |aThe Australian Church was founded by Rev. Charles Strong in 1885.
500 |aObject number A40006522.
541 |aPresented by Miss Helen Strong, Glen Iris, Vic. File no.: p21/10/381.
610 2 0 |aAustralian Church.
650 0 |aGavels.
650 0 |aCornerstone laying.
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