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The old factory, Nepean-River, Penrith

circa 1905-1919
The Old Tweed Factory was located on the banks of the Nepean River at Regentville and has links to Sir John Jamison. The brick walls were over 2 feet thick. It was demolished in 1930. A black and white version of this postcard is available within this collection.
The old factory, Nepean-River, Penrith
Date of work:
circa 1905-1919
Search dates:
01 Jan 1905 - 31 Dec 1919
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Item from Collection: Photographs
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Acknowledge_Penrith_City _Library
General notes:
JC4 : Message reads : Thank you very much for the pretty postcard. I liked your article in the Freeman very much indeed, have the paper safe and will send it back in a few days. We are having lovely weather up here. Love from B. Mackintosh. - Sent to Miss Peggy O'Connor Keira, Bennett Street, Bondi. And bares a 2 pence New South Wales postage stamp.JC4B : The postcard has a decorative embossed border with the inscription Sincere Greetings. On either corner is a message 'May each new day from care and pain be free, And may you, now and then remember me'.Message reads : Dear Annie, Received your p.c some time ago, but I was not here when it came. So I am sending you this card now. Better late than never. Wishing you many happy returns of the day 28 July 1925. Yours sincerly Mary Cameron.
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Graphic records - Postcards
Judges, A (Photographer)
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