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Wentworth River diggings, Gipps Land [picture] / from a picture by N. Chevalier
Bib ID 79990
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Author
Chevalier, Nicholas, 1828-1902
 
Online Versions
Description Melbourne (Melbourne Album Office, 73 Collins St. East) : Printed and published by Charles Troedel, [1864] 
1 print : lithograph ; 26.1 x 37.3 cm. 
Notes

A plate from: Melbourne album / Charles Troedel.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-134400328

S230 hand col.; S3314; S3336.

Subjects Gold mines and mining -- Victoria -- Wentworth River.  |  Dwellings -- Victoria -- Wentworth River.  |  Wentworth River (Vic).
Other authors/contributors Troedel, Charles, 1836-1906. Melbourne album

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