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|Title: ||Diary of Joh. Hansen|
|Author: ||Hansen, Joh|
|Issue Date: ||1841|
|Abstract: ||The diary begins in 1841 and seems to be the work of Joh. Hansen who resided in SA for a time and then moved to Victoria, becoming a jeweller and then a pastor, dying about 1915 (Information from Dr Lois Zweck, Lutheran Archives, Friends, Chair.) Contains entries about algebra, mathematics, music, philosophy etc.
Inside the front cover is a flyer with a note in Van Abbe’s or Triebels writing: ‘from Rev, H. Larsen, Grovedale, Vic. Hansen via Mr. Roesler, 64 Addison Road, Warradale’|
|Description: ||Scanned from the original held Special Collections, Barr Smith Library.|
The following accompanied the diary:
Untitled photograph - man's portrait, 1900s?
Untitled photograph – portrait (same man?)
Untitled photograph - husband & wife 1900s?
Verse on small piece of paper 1836 -by Hangaard
The word ‘London’ appears and ‘Ostern’ (ie Easter)
This and the follwing verses are perhaps farewell notes to Hansen on setting sail for Australia
Verse (or note) on small piece of paper dated 1837, by T. Longbehn, Cismar
Verse on small piece of paper dated 1839, by Laura Hagemann. The word ‘Norderfahrenstedt… ‘appears
Verse on small piece of paper dated 1837, by B. Basilius
Verse on small piece of paper dated 16 Febr. 1837, by F.H. Jochimsen
Note on small piece of paper, undated, by P. Walter.
Includes the words ‘Ostern 35’ and ‘Tondern’?
‘Auszüge aus einem Tagebuch’ from 11/9/1849 to 1/1/1851 (11 p.)
Excerpts are from the diary (item 1 above) and are related to South Australia, landing and excursions, and end with a plan to set up an educational institution in SA
|Call number: ||MSS 994.2 G3888|
|Appears in Collections:||Manuscript collections: texts|
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