Collection MS 1091 - Business and family papers re activities in the New Hebrides

Correspondence in 1899 Correspondence in 1902 Correspondence in 1903 Correspondence in 1904 Correspondence in 1905 Correspondence in 1906 Correspondence in 1907 Correspondence in 1908 Correspondence in 1909 Correspondence in 1910
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AU PMB MS 1091


Business and family papers re activities in the New Hebrides


  • 1899-1996 (Creation)

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1 reel; 35mm microfilm. Digital PDF.

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Adolphus Zeitler's family came from Germany to Australia from California in the 1850s. Zeitler married Lizzie MacLeod. The papers are mainly concern the firm Zeitler & Hagen. The correspondence is mainly from Adolphus and Lizzie Zeitler's plantation, Ringdove Bay, on Epi, New Hebrides. Correspondence includes many letters from Nicholas (Tiby) Hagen, and also letters from Les Mitchell, Steve d'Avera and R. J. Fletcher

Correspondence-in, 1899-1933<br>correspondence-out, 1921-1931<BR>ms and partial transcript of a diary kept by Lizzie and Adolphis Zeitler, 1919-1920<BR>journal of the launch, <I>Overseas</I>, 1913-1915<BR>formula book<BR>notebook<BR>personal, legal and medical documents<BR>miscellaneous accounts<P><B>See reel list for further details</B>

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Mr C.T.Fletcher, 40 Franklin Road, Doncaster East, Victoria, 3109, Australia

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Digitised in March 2017. This reel was split into 45 PDFs for the digital version.

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