Joseph Laycock and Son. Blacksmiths, Engineers and Manufacturers 1889-1983. A Case Study in Industrial Archaeology: The Nature of a Small Industrial Enterprise of the Period in a Rural Centre of New South Wales, and its Transition from Blacksmithing to Manufacturing. Volume 1 of 3.

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Title Joseph Laycock and Son. Blacksmiths, Engineers and Manufacturers 1889-1983. A Case Study in Industrial Archaeology: The Nature of a Small Industrial Enterprise of the Period in a Rural Centre of New South Wales, and its Transition from Blacksmithing to Manufacturing. Volume 1 of 3.
AuthorGibson J.W.
OrganisationUniversity of Sydney
Date of Production1988
NSW Historic ThemeIndustry
Site Location108-110 Seymour St, Bathurst
CountyBathurst
Local Government AreaBathurst Regional Council
Document TypeThesis/Student paper
Original Document QualityPhotocopy | Poor quality image reproduction
ContributorIan Jack Collection
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