Object StatementArchitectural models (23), King Street Sydney streetscape, c 1880, plywood/cardboard/fabric/celluloid, Australian Broadcasting Commission, Sydney, Australia, 1956-1977
Physical DescriptionCollection of architectural models of commercial buildings on King Street Sydney, dating from 1860-1890.
The following is a listing of the models compared with the street numbers of those listed in Sands Directory for 1880:
King Street South side:
Royal Exchange hotel
77-79 - Vale of Clwydd coal company
? Miss Louisa Harris ?
-22: 81 - Builder's Exchange hotel [Sydney Arcade facade].
83 - William Alexander, clothier
85 - James Eve, tobacconist
87 - James Murray, boot and shoemaker
? 89-95 - models missing.
-18: 97 - Abraham Marks, tailor
99 - Carr and Buck, auctioneers
101 - John T Gorus, photographer
101 - Henry Buist, tobacconist
103 - Emanuel Cantor, mercer and glover
-20: 105 - John Myers, tobacconist
Liverpool Arms Hotel
-19: Australian Mutual Fire Insurance [Sands 1880 lists AMFI at 184 Pitt Street, at King Street corner.]
-21: 107 - D J Humphries, tailor
109 - John Mannix, tailor
?: ? Surrey Arms Hotel?
111 - Geo. Wallace, bookseller and stationer
113? - John Moore, hairdresser
115? - W G Hibble, signwriter
-17: 121-125 - Quong Tart tea rooms [Shroeder's hotel in Sands]
127 - William Mitchell, chemist and druggist
129 - David Wilson, coal agent (up)
129 - Francis Fahey, land agent
131-133 - residence
-16: 135 - Joseph Guiliani, tobacconist
137 - George Taylor, fruiterer
Prince Imperial hotel
-15: Castlereagh street
141 - Palmer and Weekes, decorators and signwriters
-14: ? Madame Wegel's dress patterns.
149? Barthel, jeweller
151? Knox etc solicitors.
151? Curtis, Want, Ryan, O'Ryan, solicitors.
-13: 410 George Street - Orient Dining Room
Coles book arcade
Accident, Fire and Life Assurance Co etc
-12: 80-82 Bank Court Chambers
Henry Webb - draper and milliner
Bowenfells copper and coal company
William Brennan, solicitor.
84 - William Felmingham, chemist and druggist
86 - William Renwick, draper.
-11: 90 - J. Hunter, boot and shoe warehouse.
92-94 - Johnston and Kingsbury, drapers and silk mercers.
-10: 96 - Conway and son, watchmakers and jewellers
98 - Eliezer Davis, fancy goods and toy bazaar.
-9: 100 - Crawshaw, McLelland and Varley, drapers and silk merchants.
102 - Leader and Stark, drapers and silk mercers.
104 - E J Hollingdale, watchmaker and jeweller.
-8: - Punch's Hotel
-7: Pitt Street
-6: 108? - tobacconist
? - Dawsons?
110? - Jackson and Morton, tailors and men's mercers.
Star and Garter Hotel
106 - Joel Hart, auctioneer?
108  - Lebarbe, pork butcher
110 - 112  - ? , baker and confectioner
-4: 114  - James Brown, art dealer and framer.
116 -  - Isaac Rose, tobacconist
118 -  - Nicholson, Habits and robes
120  - Harper? Fruiterer?
122? [128-132] - Henry Woodward? - oyster cafe
124 Canadian Rubber Stamp company.
-3: Theatre Royal
American Exchange Hotel
Pringle, property agent
134 - Quinn, barber
-2: Commercial hotel
146 - George Binder, hairworker and jeweller
148 - William Weedon, engraver and printer
150 - Richard Callaway - fruit and vegetables
152 - William Dymock -books
-1: ? Vaughan's Chambers
Temple Court, solicitors chambers.
[Models 4, 5 , 6, 21 have some variations in street numbers and detail from Sands, 1880.]