Deposit N230 - Lake Victoria Station deposit

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AU NBAC N230

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Lake Victoria Station deposit

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  • 1881 - 1910 (Creation)

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Deposit

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6 boxes

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(1880 -)

Administrative history

The land at Lake Victoria Station was first taken up in 1847 by George Melrose and the homestead constructed in 1880. From around 1884 to 1895 the station was owned by Robert Tully and Co, and managed by J Armstrong. During the 1890s its proprietors commenced moving the activity centre of the station to the outstation Nulla Nulla, and by early 1920s most activity had been relocated to Nulla Nulla Station where stock was held. Later proprietors of the station included A M L & F Co Ltd (1897); A Armstrong (1903 - 1917); Armstrong Pty Ltd (1919 - 1925); Armstrong Pastoral Co Ltd (1927 - 1931); A Armstrong Pty Ltd (1933 - 1946); Lake Victoria Proprietors (1949 - ).

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Journals, ledgers, diaries, shearing returns, stores and day books, station owner and manager's correspondence, and financial records.

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Researchers must sign an access agreement

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Entered from deposit description on 4 August 2011

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