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Receipt - Lloyd P Goode of Oxford Chambers, Issued to N Condurateanu, Melbourne, 1 Jul 1952 Document Reg. No: HT 616

Summary:
Receipt for payment issued to Nicolae Condurateanu from Lloyd P Goode, Barrister and Solicitor, Oxford Chambers, Melbourne. It is dated 1 July 1952. The receipt relates to legal fees for the purchase of the Condurateanu's first home in Spencer Street in 1952.

Nicolae Condurateanu was a Romanian who was placed in a POW camp during World War II in Germany. He met his wife Barbara, also a Romanian, when she caught the wrong train and ended up in a German Displaced Persons camp, where Nicolae was Barbara had spent World War II in a Russian POW camp and was meant to have been on a train back to Romania. The couple married in 1948 at the A1 Heetre Camp and immigrated to Australia in 1950, where Nicolae worked in a Tea factory and Barbara at the Four and Twenty Pie factory. They had no family in Australia and had to rely on each other for support eventually purchasing a house and establishing a life in their new country.
Description:
Receipt issued to N Condurateanus from Lloyd P Goode, Barrister and Solicitor Oxford Chambers Melbourne.
Acquisition Information:
Donation from Ms Carla Lolicato, 2001
Discipline: History
Dimensions: 10.80 cm (Height), 20.80 cm (Length)

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Tagged with: immigration, displaced persons, migrant hostels, migrant camps, migrant reception centres, romanian communities, romanian immigration
Themes this item is part of: Migration Collection, Transport Collection
Primary Classification: MIGRATION
Secondary Classification: Settlement - First Home & Family
Tertiary Classification: financial records
Inscriptions: Text: LLOYD P GOODE/BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR/OXFORD CHAMBERS/475 BOURKE STREET/ MELBOURNE C1
Issued By: Lloyd P. Goode, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1 Jul 1952
Issued To: Nicolae Condurateanu, Essendon, Victoria, Australia, 1 Jul 1952

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