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View of Kintore, Worrigee Street, Nowra, from the front fence, around 1925 / photographer unknown
1 photoprint : b & w ; 5 x 7.5 cm
Kintore (Nowra, N.S.W.)
June Wallace papers
Kintore was a cottage in Worrigee Street, Nowra, built in 1916 next door to Meroogal on the former Meroogal horse paddock. It was built for Roderick Macgregor and his wife and Mary Susan (nee Thorburn), who had relocated from the Macgregor family home Torrisdale at Cambewarra to give Elgin Macgregor, their youngest daughter, a wider social circle. Roderick died at Kintore in October 1919 but in 1921 the household was expanded by the arrival of Margaret Steel (nee Macgregor) with her young daughter June. The property was let after the war and sold in 1959. It was demolished in the 1970s following fire damage.
Estate of June Wallace (1917-2010)
Joy Hughes and Meredith Walker
Meroogal, Nowra: a history and guide
Sydney, Historic Houses Trust of NSW, 1988, p.30.
Caroline Simpson Library & Research Collection ; June Wallace papers: JMW/27
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View of Kintore, Worrigee Street, Nowra from the front gate, around 1925 / photographer unknown
View of part of the lounge room at Kintore, Worrigee Street, Nowra, around 1925 / photographer unknown
View through to the dining room of Kintore, Worrigee Street, Nowra from the sitting room, around 1925 / photographer unknown