George Kelly Photographer of Dungog

METHODIST CHURCH, DUNGOG. G. KELLY. Photo. [1911]
An album of Dungog postcards featuring photographs taken by photographer George Kelly (c1905-1915), were donated to the University of Newcastle in August 2011. The story relating to the postcards was published in the Newcastle Herald in a story by Mike Scanlon Keeping track of big events H2 30th July 2011 p.8.

On the reverse side of the postcards are messages from Edie Kelly (Dungog); daughter of the photographer George Kelly to Miss Gertie Alder (Hamilton) 1908-1914.

Originally in possession of Mr Brian Alder, and given to Mr Ian Clucas, and deposited by him with the University of Newcastle’s Archives on the 15th August 2011.

This Collection was digitised by volunteer Tom Robinson, who also transcribed the letters and arranged the dated letters in chronological order. Prepared and uploaded to Flickr by Gionni Di Gravio Archivist in August 2012.

Held in the Cultural Collections Unit, Auchmuty Library University of Newcastle Australia

These images can be used for study and personal research purposes. If you wish to reproduce any image(s) for any other purpose you must obtain permission by contacting the University of Newcastle’s Cultural Collections.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/uon/sets/72157631214828202/

 


One thought on “George Kelly Photographer of Dungog

  1. It’s great to read a story about items of considerable historical value being cared for and preserved through many generations and its good that we now have an institution that can not only preserve them but also make them available to anyone who is interested.

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