The Dreadnought Contribution Register is a register at the State Records Office of New South Wales. It is a record of moneys paid to the Department of Labour and Industry and moneys paid out on account of Dreadnought migrants. The register shows surname; Christian names; moneys paid to the Department - private moneys, repayments of loan, and Trustees' contributions; moneys paid out by the Department - private moneys, and repaid to Federal Department on account of loan for passage, and for training farm; and remarks.
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.
Prepared by: Naomi Parry
Created: 10 August 2011, Last modified: 21 September 2016