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Ministers of the Presbyterian church of Eastern Australia, 1862 / photographed by T S Glaister
Glaister, T. S. (Thomas Skelton), 1825-1904.
1 carte-de-visite : sepia tinted ; 9.6 x 6.4 cm.
Titled and dated on image: 'Ministers of the Presbyterian Church of Eastern Australia', 1862 and signed: T. S. Glaister, 253 Pitt St Sydney NSW. Verso carries the printed trade label of: T. S. Glaister / Photographic Artist / Sydney / 253 Pitt Street. Annotated (possibly by June Wallace) in ink: "Dr Steel should be amongst these. No.14 - 2nd from top in centre".
McIntyre, Allan, 1798-1870.
McIntyre, William, 1806-1870.
Sherriff, Arthur McEwan, 1822-1864.
Stewart, Colin, 1800-1886.
Grant, William, 1806-1897.
Cameron, Archibald, 1815-1905.
Kinross, John, 1833-1908.
McSkimming, John Locke, 1823-1886.
Greig, Colin Rogers, 1826-1913.
Gordon, Adam, d. 1871.
Steel, Robert, 1827-1893.
Geikie, Archibald Constable, 1821-1898.
Bain, William, 1826-1911.
Laing, James Samuel, 1832-1905.
Ridley, William, 1819-1878.
Cameron, James, 1827-1905.
Mackenzie, Simon Fraser, 1828-1894.
McCulloch, James, 1823-1873.
June Wallace papers
This group portrait of 18 Presybterian ministers is made up of a montage of individual portraits, each numbered and identified through a key: 1. Rev Alan McIntyre, Moderator-- 2. Rev Arthur M Sherriff, Synod Clerk -- 3. Rev William McIntyre AM -- 4. Rev Colin Stewart -- 5. Rev William Grant AM -- 6. Rev James Cameron AM -- 7. Rev Archibald Cameron -- 8. Rev James McCulloch -- 9. Rev S F McKenzie AM -- 10. Rev John Kinross -- 11. Rev John L McSkimming -- 12. Rev Colin R Greig -- 13. Rev Adam Gordon -- 14. Dr Robert Steel -- 15. Rev Archibald Constable Geikie -- 16. Rev William Bain -- 17. Rev William Ridley AB -- 18. Rev James S Laing.
Estate of June Wallace (1917-2010)
Published, with revised numbering and new key, as plate 14 in Rev. James Cameron
Centenary history of the Presbyterian Church in New South Wales
Sydney, Angus and Robertson, 1905 col.1 facing p.72.
Caroline Simpson Library & Research Collection ; June Wallace papers: JMW/33
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Rev Dr William Grant, around 1881 / Boyd, San Francisco Palace of Art