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    A.H. Spencer Hill of Content, 16 May 1929, courtesy of Public Record Office Victoria, Victorian Archives Centre.

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A.H. Spencer Hill of Content

Letter from A. H. Spencer, owner of the Hill of Content bookshop, complaining of the 'alleged music' being played by a neighbouring business, which is turning away the book-perusing customers at the bookshop.

16 May 1929
Hill of Content, 86 Bourke Street
Physical description

Letter, typewritten in black ink. Letterhead is in simple bold black typeface, enclosed within a red box. Legend above the letterhead reads "Get to know the 'Hill of Content Bookshop' on Bourke Street East Hill; hills were made to climb, and climbing, of whatever kind, is always good".

PROV VPRS 3183/P0003/107, 1929/2299
Archival Source
VPRS 3183 City of Melbourne Town Clerk's Correspondence Files II, 1910 - 1982; Public Record Office Victoria, Victorian Archives Centre. Details