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Victorian Archaeology Colloquium 2014
Sylvana Szydzik and Pamela Ricardi
Two Households, not alike in dignity,
in fair Tru...
HOUSE 1
Early Truganina Residents, 1905.
Henry Eades is circled in the back row.
Benjamin Cropley
• Artefact assemblage 
r...
• Kitchen
• Three living areas/ bedrooms, 
including one with fireplace
• External storage room
• External rendered storag...
Photos
Window glass, painted (windmill and circus pattern)
Saucer, Sprigged
Plate, Asiatic Pheasant
Teacup handle, unident...
Photos
Jewellery, pendants and a watch
Domino
Nursery Rhyme Childs cup
Holloway’s Ointment Lid
Photos
Case bottle
Ginger beer bottle
Rosella Sauce Bottle
Kaolin Tobacco Pipe Mouthpiece
R. Parker, Ironmonger , Moorabool Street, Geelong
Room 2, showing graffiti
Horse Bit
Oven Door – J. Cooper and Sons, Melbo...
HOUSE 2
• Pine View Farm held the first 
telephone exchange in the 
area
• Property remained in the 
family for three gene...
House 1: Beads
House 1: Buttons
House 2: Bead
House 2: Buttons
House 1: Porcelain doll leg and arm
House 1: Ceramic marbles, including two Benningtons in centre House 2: Ceramic marbles...
House 1: Tokens and Coins
House 2: Tobacco Pipes
House 2: Tokens and Coins
House 2: Gunflint
House 1 House 2
We would like to thank:
• HV Staff 
• The clients;
• Wendy Alberto, Rick Bullers, Bradley Ward, Mollie Harbour, Terence Ma...
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Colloquium presentation 2014

  1. 1. Victorian Archaeology Colloquium 2014 Sylvana Szydzik and Pamela Ricardi Two Households, not alike in dignity, in fair Truganina, where we lay our scene…
  2. 2. HOUSE 1 Early Truganina Residents, 1905. Henry Eades is circled in the back row. Benjamin Cropley • Artefact assemblage  reflects this timeframe and  suggests a late 19th century  working class family unit • Constructed 1850‐60s, occupied until 1919 • Leased to H. Eades in 1880, then transferred  in 1886 • Land purchased by B. & E. Cropley in first  sales, 1858
  3. 3. • Kitchen • Three living areas/ bedrooms,  including one with fireplace • External storage room • External rendered storage  tank/cistern Kitchen fireplace Render lined tank/cistern and downpipe HOUSE 1
  4. 4. Photos Window glass, painted (windmill and circus pattern) Saucer, Sprigged Plate, Asiatic Pheasant Teacup handle, unidentified purple transfer
  5. 5. Photos Jewellery, pendants and a watch Domino Nursery Rhyme Childs cup Holloway’s Ointment Lid
  6. 6. Photos Case bottle Ginger beer bottle Rosella Sauce Bottle Kaolin Tobacco Pipe Mouthpiece
  7. 7. R. Parker, Ironmonger , Moorabool Street, Geelong Room 2, showing graffiti Horse Bit Oven Door – J. Cooper and Sons, Melbourne
  8. 8. HOUSE 2 • Pine View Farm held the first  telephone exchange in the  area • Property remained in the  family for three generations,  until it was sold in 1969 • Harrison and his wife Elizabeth raised 12 children at Pine View • Land purchased by George Harrison, between 1866 and 1868,  who gave it the name Pine View Farm Truganina State School, Class of 1915, May Harrison and George Harrison Jnr circled (third generation)
  9. 9. House 1: Beads House 1: Buttons House 2: Bead House 2: Buttons
  10. 10. House 1: Porcelain doll leg and arm House 1: Ceramic marbles, including two Benningtons in centre House 2: Ceramic marbles House 2: Dolls tea cup and saucer
  11. 11. House 1: Tokens and Coins House 2: Tobacco Pipes House 2: Tokens and Coins House 2: Gunflint
  12. 12. House 1 House 2
  13. 13. We would like to thank: • HV Staff  • The clients; • Wendy Alberto, Rick Bullers, Bradley Ward, Mollie Harbour, Terence MacManus, Dan Cummins and Oona Nicolson • All of you for listening!  QUESTIONS?

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