Wagga Wagga and District Historical Society

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Wagga Wagga and District Historical Society

Description

The Wagga Wagga and District Historical Society has been collecting items of local historical value since 1962. A small portion of the Society's collection is stored at CSU Regional Archives. The items, which are mostly paper-based records (including photographs) are currently being digitised and will be progressively added to this gallery over the coming months.

Contact the Historical Society at www.wwdhs.org.au

Items in the Wagga Wagga and District Historical Society Collection

Wagga Wagga: Hampden Bridge, Viaduct, Street Scene
Lindsay Fletcher's photographs of Wagga Wagga's Hampden Bridge, Viaduct, Street Scene and Avenue of Poplars.

Unidentified Newlyweds
Photograph of an unidentified newlywed couple.

Unidentified Family
Unidentified family portrait situated in outdoors.

Unidentified Woman and Baby
Photograph of woman holding an infant. With inscription on the back: "Macklam".

Unidentified Woman with Girl
A photograph of a young girl posed with a woman.

Unidentified Girl and Man
A photograph of a young girl seated on possibly her grandfathers knee.

Unidentified Girl
Photograph of an unidentified young girl standing on a chair with a basket.

Unidentified Girl
A photograph of an unidentified girl leaning against a table.

Unidentified Infant
Portrait photograph of an unidentified infant.

Unidentified Infant
Portrait photograph of unidentified infant.

Unidentified Woman
Portrait photograph of unidentified woman.

Unidentified Woman
Photograph of unidentified woman seated.

Unidentified Woman
Photograph of unidentified woman posed against chair.

Unidentified Woman
Portrait of unidentified woman.

Unidentified Woman
Unidentified woman dressed in

Unidentified Woman
Unidentified lady dressed in 1920's fashion.

Ms Nelly? Stewart
A beautiful portrait of Ms Nelly? Stewart. With inscription: "Wagga 7/2/1920".

Unidentified Woman
Unidentified woman dressed in late 1880's skirt known as a bustle.

Ella Condon's School Certificate of Merit
Ella Condon's School Certificate of Merit to certify she has passed all subjects subscribed for the sixth class.

'Somewhere in France' postcard from Hughie Condon
A postcard given to Percy and May Condon from Hughie Condon, thanking them for the Christmas card and Letter. He also mentions that he hasn't seen Harry (was in 4th Division) and expresses anger towards the bad harvest weather they (Percy and May)…

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