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The contribution of contemporary illustration in family history research / by Pamela Sheldon.
Call No: Thesis/A2/1/CD.31
Author: Sheldon, Pamela ; Sheldon, Pamela ;
Subject: Australia - genealogy, textbook ;
Material Type: CD ROM
Pagination: 31 p. : 33 cm.
Notes: Digitised for Preservation and Access May 2018;
Previously held at Thesis/A2/1/31 Essay submitted in partial fulfilment for the Diploma of Family Historical Studies
Bibliography: p. 30-31
Public Note: Submitted by Pamela Sheldon
Summary: Sketches, landscape and portrait paintings, maps and Surveyor General plans can be of great assistance to the family historian. This material is available and accessible in places such as the Mitchell library, the Archives of New South Wales and various municipal libraries. The thesis discusses the practical use of such material.

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