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    Steele & Company, 14 September 1916, courtesy of Public Record Office Victoria, Victorian Archives Centre.

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Steele & Company

Letter from Steele & Co. to the Town Clerk enquiring whether London Lane is to be used as a workshop or thoroughfare.

14 September 1916
195-201 Swanston Street; London Lane
Physical description

Letter, handwritten in black ink. Letterhead in blue ink features a picture of the Company's building on Swanston Street, and the legend "Three doors from Bourke Street". In red ink are the terms and conditions of business with the company ("Strictly Net Cash. No Discount"). Down the left-hand side runs the products available: Bedroom suites, Wire Mattresses, Overmantels, Bedsteads, Bedding, Crockery, and other household goods listed in an hourglass formation in blue ink.

PROV VPRS 3183/P0001/285, 1916/4503
Archival Source
VPRS 3183 City of Melbourne Town Clerk's Correspondence Files II, 1910 - 1982; Public Record Office Victoria, Victorian Archives Centre. Details