Portrait of Emily Cornelia Hack

Emily Cornelia Hack. Miss Hanks, nineteenth-century Parramatta. 1860s. Old Parramatta. Old Parramattan. Carte-de-visite. Burgin.
CLICK IMAGE TO ENLARGE. Emily Cornelia Hack, eldest daughter of Mary Hack (née Green) and Jesse Hack, licensee of the White Horse Hotel, which stood on the corner of George and Church Streets, Parramatta. Emily went on to marry Gustavus Archibald Clunes Innes, a Church of England minister who served in New South Wales and Victoria. “Miss Hanks, Jessie Hanks daughter?” Henry William Burgin – studio portraits of Parramatta residents, ca. 1860-1872. Courtesy of Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales, PXA 1036 / FL3220233