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Lament for Lost Footnotes in Legal History
 

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Keynote address by Professor Rosalind Croucher* on 12 December 2011 at the 30th annual conference of the Australian and New Zealand law and history society—"Public Law: Private Lives"

Keynote address by Professor Rosalind Croucher* on 12 December 2011 at the 30th annual conference of the Australian and New Zealand law and history society—"Public Law: Private Lives"

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  • P1/Hargrave, John Fletcher    Digital Order No a1335001      Caption John Fletcher HargraveThis image is provided for research purposes only and must not be reproduced without the prior permission of the State Library of NSW
  • Photographic print, black & white, copy, portrait of Ann Hargrave, Lawrence's motherAnn Hargrave (1819-1885) of Leeds, England married her cousin John Fletcher Hargrave (1815-1855) in 1843. The family, including son Lawrence, arrived in Sydney in February 1857, but Ann soon returned to England, returning to Australia 26 years later.MarksHandwritten in pencil on reverse 'Ann Hargrave / wife of Mr Justice Hargrave'. Registration numberP2903-9/17Read more: http://www.powerhousemuseum.com/collection/database/?irn=323303#ixzz1fuj7fbyMUnder Creative Commons License: Attribution Non-Commercial
  • Title STEPHEN — Sir Alfred Stephen G.C.M.G. C.B.Stock Number POR AA HONSW 22 Artist Artist unknown, Australian school. Date C1889
  • Victoria, Photograph, from Encyclopædia Britannica Online, accessed December 8, 2011, http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/media/76076/Queen-Victoria-1890
  • National Council of Women, Christchurch, 1896Reference Number: 1/2-041798-FNational Council of Women, Christchurch, 1896. From left, standing: Mrs A Ansell (Dunedin), Mrs Henry Smith (Christchurch), Miss A E Hookham (Christchurch), Mrs G Ross (Christchurch), Miss Jessie Mackay (Christchurch), Mrs Isherwood (Christchurch), Mrs Black (Christchurch), Mrs Widdowson (Christchurch), Miss F Garstin (Christchurch), Mrs Wallis (Christchurch), Mrs Darling (Christchurch), Mrs J M Williamson (Wanganui), Mrs Wilson (Christchurch). Seated: Mrs G J Smith (Christchurch), Mrs A Daldy (Auckland), Mrs Hatton (Dunedin; Vice-president), Lady Anna Stout (Wellington, Vice-president), Mrs Kate Sheppard (Christchurch; president), Mrs A J Schnackenberg (Auckland; Vice-president), Mrs W Sievwight (Gisborne), Mrs M A Tasker (Wellington), Mrs D Izett (Christchurch, secretary). Seated on floor: Mrs C M Alley (Malvern), Mrs A Wells (Christchurch), Miss Bain (Christchurch). Photographer unidentified.
  • Sir Robert and Lady Anna Stout in the photograph used for their 1924 Christmas card, ca 1924Reference Number: 1/2-147835-FLady Anna Stout and Sir Robert Stout in the photograph used for their 1924 Christmas card.National Library of New ZealandUsage: You can search, browse, print and download items from this website for research and personal study. You are welcome to reproduce the above image(s) on your blog or another website, but please maintain the integrity of the image (i.e. don't crop, recolour or overprint it), reproduce the image's caption information and link back to here (http://mp.natlib.govt.nz/detail/?id=3263). If you would like to use the above image(s) in a different way (e.g. in a print publication), or use the transcription or translation, permission must be obtained. More information about copyright and usage can be found on the Copyright and Usage page of the NLNZ web site.
  • Portrait of Robert Stout, 1885Reference Number: 1/2-098553-FPortrait of Robert Stout, taken by an unidentified photographer in 1885 Reference Number: 1/2-002687-F. Object #15982Anna Paterson Stout, circa 1888. Photographer unidentified.National Library of NZ
  • Alexander Turnbull Library, S. P. Andrew Collection (PAColl-3739) Reference: 1/1-014360; GPhotograph by Stanley P. Andrew Permission of the Alexander Turnbull Library, National Library of New Zealand, Te PunaMatauranga o Aotearoa, must be obtained before any re-use of this image.ALSO : http://www.dunedinlibraries.govt.nz/heritage/donors/robert-mcnab
  • John Norton, Editor of The Truth - State Library of NSW, Lala Fisher - papers, 1895-1981, MLMSS 6432
  • Our rates records show that Norton built the house in 1907 on land that was bordered by Torrington Road and Lurline Road. The site overlooked Lurline Bay which can be seen in the background of the photograph. The name of the house was inspired by Norton’s obsession with Napoleon and the house was filled with images and statuary of the emperor.At some stage between 1908 and1920, two further dormer windows were added at the front of the house and a veranda added to the side. I believe this photograph must have been taken when the house was very newly built. The photographs from the estate poster in 1921 show established Norfolk Pines bordering the property. John Norton presented St Helena to the State Government during World War I for the use of convalescent soldiers. Norton passed away in Melbourne in 1916 and by February of 1921 the estate had been subdivided and was advertised for auction. Torrington Road was quite an illustrious address. Not 15 years after the notorious John Norton passed away, Sydney underworld figures Jim and Tilly Devine purchased a house two blocks up from the by now dilapidated St Helena.”
  • Peter John Locke King (1811-1885), English politician.

Lament for Lost Footnotes in Legal History Lament for Lost Footnotes in Legal History Presentation Transcript

  • Professor Rosalind F Croucher 1
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  • Colonel A D Wintle 3
  • Colonel A D Wintle 4
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  • John Fletcher HargraveJohn Fletcher Hargrave, a1335001 7Mitchell Library, State Library of NSW
  • Ann Hargrave Powerhouse Museum, Sydney P2903-9/17 8
  • Colney Hatch, Middlesex 9
  • Colney Hatch, Middlesex 10
  • Sir Alfred Stephen Artist unknown, Australian school Date c1889
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  • The 1890s 13
  • The 1890s 14
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  • National Council of WomenNational Council of Women, Christchurch, 1896, Reference Number: 1/2-041798-F, 17National Library of New Zealand,
  • Sir Robert and Lady Anna StoutSir Robert and Lady Anna Stout in the photograph used for their 1924 Christmas card, ca 1924,Reference Number: 1/2-147835-F, National Library of New Zealand, 18http://mp.natlib.govt.nz/detail/?id=3263
  • Sir Robert and Lady Anna StoutPortrait of Robert Stout, 1885, Anna Patterson Stout, circa 1888Reference Number: 1/2-098553-F Reference Number: 1/2-002687-F. Object #15982 19 National Library of New Zealand
  • Robert McNab Alexander Turnbull Library, SP Andrew Collection (PAColl-3739) Reference: 1/1-014360; G. Photograph by Stanley P. Andrew 20
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  • John Norton John Norton, Editor of The Truth Mitchell Library, State Library of NSW, Lala Fisher - papers, 1895-1981, MLMSS 6432 22
  • John Norton 23Image from the Randwick City Library and Information Service
  • John Norton 24Images from the Randwick City Library and Information Service
  • Ezra Norton 25
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  • Peter John Locke King by John & Charles Watkins
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  • For further information aboutALRC work, copies of speechesand presentations • ALRC website – all papers, reports available online (free): www.alrc.gov.au • Email: info@alrc.gov.au • GPO Box 3708, Sydney 2001 29