Due to the sensitive nature of these records access is restricted. Persons wishing to view these records must first contact the Department of Aboriginal Affairs.
A microfilm copy of these records is available, with the reference number SR Reel 1649.
The first volume also contains a list of boys resident at the Aboriginal Boys' Training Home, Kinchela, as at 31 January 1936. The list was requested by the Board for Protection of Aborigines and gives surname, first name, age, and where the individual was transferred from.
There is also a typescript list giving the name, date admitted, age, and character of boys in the Kinchela Training Home as at 2 July 1934.
There is a typescript list for recording body measurements for clothing purposes of children at Bomaderry. This list gives the name, age, and caste and has columns for body measurements but these columns are unused.
Inside the cover of the first volume is a memorandum card containing personal details relating to a resident of Toomelah Aboriginal Station.
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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04 February 2019
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