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|Date: 1906 -
Description: An archival album, A4 size, containing 14 colour and 17 black and white photos, copies of personal documents, purchase receipts, notes and correspondence and newspaper clippings about Richard (Dick) Murray Fowler and his wife Iola Fowler (nee Woods). Dick Fowler established the Furneaux Historical Research Association with a collection housed at "Dryazell" on his property at Emita in 1965. After Dick died in 1969, his widow Iola gave the museum and the land on which it was situated to the Flinders community. The collection became the property of the Furneaux Historical Research Association Inc.
Format: pictorial and artistic works
Richard and Iola Fowler
People/Orgs: Fowler, Iola; Fowler, Richard Murray; Lee, Edith; Woods, Elizabeth
Places: Furneaux Museum, Emita, Flinders Island, Tasmania
Institution: Furneaux Historical Research Association Inc.
Object number: FHR_00299
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