A Living History of Parramatta: A tapestry of life in the cradle city 1992

By: Blay, Rosslyn

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A Living History of Parramatta: A tapestry of life in the cradle city 1992 by Blay, Rosslyn (editor)
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Parramatta: Soroptimist International of Parramatta, 1992. First edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/near fine. 8vo (235 x 175 mm), 191 pp, coloured frontispiece, illustrated throughout with b&w photographs. Original cloth boards in dust-wrapper. Very Scarce. Limited edition 138/200 SIGNED by the author. From the first settlement at Rose Hill (Rosehill), later named Parramatta, the book presents the reflections of many people through the years. It details the life, times and special events in Parramatta as seen by many local citizens. Included are chapters covering The King's School, The Woolpack Hotel, Lancer Barracks, Migrants, The Chinese, The Maltese, George Andrews, Dundas Migrant Hostel, Garden memories of the early 1900s, School of Arts, Meggitt Limited, Ross Street 1915-1930, Vacations 1920s-1930s style, Flora and fauna, Carlingford, Hilda May, The Granville train disaster, Church Street 1930-1940, History of Rockwood Cemetery.

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