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Glenrowan Inn burned down

John Bray and State Library Victoria1880-07-05

Public Record Office Victoria (State Archives of Victoria, Australia)

Public Record Office Victoria (State Archives of Victoria, Australia)

Shows the burnt remains of the Jones's Hotel, the scene of the final confrontation between Ned Kelly and the Victorian Police. A sign still stands: "The Glenrowan Inn, Ann Jones, best accommodation".
Title inscribed on mount.
Date of copyright registration ascertained from Victorian Patents Office Copyright Collection (VPOCC) Index: July 5 1880.
Date of first publication as listed in VPOCC Index: July 5 1880.
Copyright collection registration number inscribed on mount above photograph: 1466
Original Picture Collection location number: Env. 5, no. 30.
The files which now comprise the Victorian Patents Office Copyright Collection were begun by the Victorian Patents Office in 1870. In order to register copyright, a copy of the photograph, print or illustration was lodged with the Victorian Patents Office at the Melbourne Town Hall. A number was assigned and the photographs were mounted in scrapbooks. The photographs were stamped with the date of registration but this ceased in 1873. The original registers are now in the National Archives of Australia. The Picture Collection holds photocopies of these registers. The registers or indexes contain the following information: Date of registration, name and address of proprietor or author, description of the work and date of first publication. Images were registered from 1870 until 1906. The collection was transferred to the Melbourne Public Library in 1908.

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