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Nepean River at Edenglassie

Postmarked 1910
Edenglassie was the first private home erected in Emu Plains by Sir Francis Forbes, the first Chief Justice of the Colony of NSW. It was named after one of Sir Francis Forbes estate in Scotland and derived from a combination of Edinburgh and Glasgow. Edenglassie was located at the extreme end of the present day River Road. A Happy New Year is stamped on the front. A black and white version of this postcard is available within this collection.
Nepean River at Edenglassie
Date of work:
Postmarked 1910
Search dates:
01 Jan 1910 - 31 Dec 1910
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Item from Collection: Photographs
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JC24 : Message reads : Wishing you all a happy prosperous New Year from all at Nepean Cottage. The postcard is postmarked Riverstone and was sent to Mrs George Lance, Brentford, Piper Street, Leichhardt. The postcard bears a 1penny New South Wales postage stamp.
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Graphic records - Postcards
Judges, A (Photographer)
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