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Two volumes entitled, "Two Expeditions into the interior of Southern Australia during the years 1828, 1829, 1830 and 1831, with Observations on the soil, climate and general resources of the Colony of New South Wales" (1833), published Smith, Elder and Co. London. A sign re. the donation by Mr John and Mary Paul of "Bontharambo", Dockers Plains Pastoral Company, Wangaratta. 3 postcards depicting The Grange, Adelaide. 2 copies of "About Charles Sturt: catalogue of material relating to Charles Sturt held in the libraries of Charles Sturt University. 1 brochure on Charles Sturt. A small wooden plaque with Charles Sturt University coat of arms. Large white banner depicting Charles Sturt.
Registered letter record books, mail despatched books, correspondence, lists of registered letters forwarded to Wagga Wagga, mails despatched and mails received record books, registered letters despatched books and panoramic photographs of Tumbarumba.
Selected prints from glass plate negatives created by the Government Printing Office, Sydney. Images include Walla Walla Station, Goombargoona Station, Round Hill Station, Kinross Station, Walbundry Station, Wagga Experiment Farm, Wagga Show, and "Allonby" at Forest Hill.
Glass Lantern Slides used by Hawkesbury Agricultural College and other educational institutions to demonstrate agricultural practices, including cropping, orcharding, and animal husbandry. Some images depict identified Experiment Farms and Agricultural Colleges.
Two exercise books containing newspaper clippings with agricultural subjects, created during and after Rayment was a student at Wagga Experiment College (dates range from 1911-15 and 1915-1918). Photograph album of postcards and photographs of the Wagga Experiment Farm taken around 1911 and images showing the construction of Burrinjuck Dam in 1919 [13 images].
Student examination registers, letter books, register of applications for admission as students, cash book, sales book, registers of ministerial authorities, ledgers, individual voucher registers and register of crop variety trials.
Family films. Topics include: "Yamma" Station, near Morundah, "Tooma", Leeton, Cootamundra, Coleambally, St Kilda Beach, horses, polo, racing, shooting, children's parties, swimming and other family activities.