Wombat ranges, where troopers were shot - Public Record Office Victoria - Public Record Office Victoria (State Archives of Victoria, Australia)
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Title: Wombat ranges, where troopers were shot
Creator: Public Record Office Victoria
Provenance: VPRS 4966 Consignment P0 Unit 2 Item 30 Record 1
Transcript: KELLY TRAGEDIES A complete Series of PHOTOGRAPHIC VIEWS In connection with the Kelly Outrages Commencing with the Murder of the Police in the Wombat Ranges to their capture at Glenrowan, taken on the ground by MESSRS. BURMAN & MADELE also Portraits of the Bushrangers from life. 1. Wombat Ranges, where Troopers were shot. 2. Finding of Sergeant Kennedys Body. 3. Jones Hotel during the attack before the Fire 4. Railway Station, and the Police under cover. 5. Police at the ready 6. Group taken on the ground during the Fight at the tree where Ned Kelly was shot. 7. Jones Hotel commencing the burn 8. Priest entering Hotel in flames 9. Burning Hotel crowd trying to discover bodies of Outlaws. 10. Burning Hotel just before roof fell. 11. Burning Hotel as the roof was falling. 12. Ruins of Hotel, Morgans Lookout in the distance 13. Spot where Ned Kelly was captured. 14. The Armour 15. Group of Seven. Police first on the ground. 16. McDonnells Hotel with group and Coffins