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About these records
This series contains police correspondence, reports and statements in relation to the search for the Kelly gang, directives, documents relating to the trial of Ned Kelly and proceedings against various members of the Kelly family and papers relating to other events which occurred after Ned Kelly's execution.
Who created these records?
Police Branch Chief Secretary's Office (VA 938)
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What are in these records?
- Police correspondence, reports and statements in relation to the search for the Kelly gang
- Directives and documents received or created by police relating to the trial of Ned Kelly
- Proceedings against various members of the Kelly family
- Papers relating to other events involving police which occurred after Ned Kelly's execution.
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