|<-- See earlier|
||St. Andrew's College
||St. Paul's College, Sydney
||Town Hall, Sydney
||Oxford Street, Sydney
||[Statue of Captain Cook in Hyde Park]
||Domain Gates, Sydney
||Drinking Fountain, St. Mary's Road
||Prince Albert Statue, Sydney
||St. James' Church, Sydney
|See later -->||
Photographs - New South Wales, circa 1885
|Extent and Medium
||Good condition, slight fading in from edges.
|Content and context|
190 x 140 mm. A view of the museum. A telegraph pole can be seen centre foreground in this picture. The first telephone was installed in Sydney in 1880; by 1882 there were 300 lines.
For a similar photograph, taken at an earlier date, see Y3086C/3. A short description and history of the building is also provided.
|New South Wales|
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