In New South Wales, records relating to individuals, such as case files and correspondence are closed to public access for 100 years. Records such as registers and indexes are closed to public access for 80 years. Individuals can apply to request access to records in this series. Access to these records is restricted. People wishing to access restricted records can either contact their nearest Community Services Centre to apply or they can post the information; an application form must be completed together with proof of identity provided.
These volumes (15 November 1942 - 29 January 1943 and 27 November 1972 - 10 July 1973) contain details of the inmates' behaviour and appearances at the morning and afternoon musters held at the institution. An alphabetical list of all inmates is included at the beginning of each volume. There is a daily account of the behaviour of certain inmates who were deserving of either plus or minus marks in accordance with the marking system which was adopted by the school. The marking system encompassed all facets of life in the institution from dormitory and meal behaviour to behaviour in the laundry and in activities classes.
According to Connecting Kin (1998), there are 4 volumes of Muster Books.
We do not currently have any records linked to this organisation, but records may exist. The Find & Connect Support Service can help people who lived in orphanages and children's institutions look for their records.
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03 January 2019
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