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96/150/1-526 Postcard (1 of 809), lithographic print, paper, maker unknown, place of production unknown, 1906-1926. Click to enlarge.

Postcard 'Charity'

Made
  • 1906-1926
This postcard is part of a collection made by Amy and Lindy Hall of West Maitland, New South Wales, between 1905 and 1925. Consisting of over 750 postcards, mainly of Australian and United Kingdom scenes, it was donated to the Museum by Cedric Bullard in the late 1960s. These postcards are among some of the earliest picture postcards produced by private companies in Australia. Even though the private printing of postcards was allowed in 1898, few were collected prior to the 1905 decision to …

Summary

Object No.

96/150/1-526

Object Statement

Postcard (1 of 809), lithographic print, paper, maker unknown, place of production unknown, 1906-1926

Physical Description

Postcard, lithographic print, addressed to Lindy and Amy Hall, West Maitland, New South Wales, paper / ink, Australia and UK, 1906-1926

Production

Made

  • 1906-1926

Cite this Object

Harvard

Postcard 'Charity' 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 25 June 2022, <https://ma.as/427716>

Wikipedia

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