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This archival collection is divided into four archival series, or parts. Each archival series has been given a call number (a code used by librarians to identify records and items). The four archival series are described in more detail below.
PXA 1606/Boxes 1-2: Contains photographs of 'clients', staff, programs and locations related to Sydney City Mission including:
PXD 1242: A watercolour by Winifred Caddy titled 'One of Sydney's Oldest, City Mission Hall'
SLIDES 249: Lantern slides include Macquarie Place, Sleeping out, Stonehaven, Surry Hills, Mt Gibraltar dormitory, Cronulla playground, Paddington soup kitchen, Norfolk St (Newtown), Cornwallis St (Redfern), Alexandria St (Alexandria), Cronulla dining room, Glebe boys, Redfern East girls, Newtown, Barcum Place (Paddington), Sunday School, at Mt Gibraltar, "Off to School at Mt Gibraltar, Camperdown, In the Redfern district, Mount Gibraltar (Bowral), Millers Point, Waterloo, Albert Square (Paddington), Dudley St (Paddington), Chippendale, In the Domain, Dining room (Mt Gibraltar), Cronulla dormitory, 1930s.
SLIDES 250: Slides include Judges House (Kent St), Alexandria, vans, junior boys camp sports day, Missionary Want, outdoor preaching, 'Reading the Word to an invalid' at Glebe, Waterloo district, Alexandria Mission Hall, Outdoor Sunday School.
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11 May 2022
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