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|Title:||One of the cottages at Myilly Point|
|Place:||Myilly Point (N.T.)|
|Collection:||Harold Snell Collection.|
|Description:||One of the cottages at Myilly Point. Stacks of timber on the ground. Those built on 2 foot cement piles that had galvanised iron ant capping on top of them. The caps looked like upside down saucers. This was to discourage white ants built by Commonwealth Government, these houses were occupied by senior servants or 'silvertails' as they were nicknamed.|
|Related link:||Harold Snell : a biography|
|Copyright owner:||Northern Territory Library.|
|Use and Restrictions:||No known copyright restrictions|
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