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Correspondence - Moore College Committee Secretary

  • AU AU-MTC 192/1
  • Series
  • 1930-1950

Correspondence sent and received by Fritz Langford Smith in his capacity as secretary of the Moore College Committee. Includes discussion of the construction of the John Francis Cash Memorial Chapel.

Langford Smith, Fritz


  • AU AU-MTC 053/4
  • Series
  • 1918-1964

Rev. Dr E.F.N. (Frank) Cash was the rector of Christ Church Lavender Bay and a keen amateur photographer. He was the only amateur photographer to be permitted onto the construction site of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, and took photographs throughout the building process. His photographs also include images of his family: his wife Elizabeth, son John who joined the RAAF and was killed in action in 1941, and three daughters Mary, Miriam and Elizabeth. He also took many pictures of trees, native animals and rock formations, particularly around the Glen Innes area and inside Jenolan Caves. There are also a small number of photos of the Fairbridge Farm School for child migrants in Molong, WA.
A large number of the slides are copies of paintings and illustrations from books, as well as hymn lyrics.

Cash, Frank

Collected published works

  • AU AU-MTC 053/3
  • Series
  • 1920-1950

Order of service and transcript of Governor-General’s address at the opening of the Cash memorial chapel, Moore College 20th November 1950; pamphlet describing the memorial vessels; Pamphlets relating to the Harbour Bridge, several issues of Christ Church Lavender Bay Parish Paper; thankyou card from Annie W. Cash following Frank Cash’s death; Parables of the Sydney Harbour Bridge (1930); collected books and pamphlets relating to photographic processes.

Cash, Frank

Chapel records

  • AU AU-MTC 001/35
  • Series
  • 1905-1989

Cathedral Psalter and Book of Common Prayer, keys to chapel and chapel cupboard, register of services, financial records and correspondence.

Moore Theological College