A telegram received by Gypsy Smith on his tour of Australia in August 1926. It was sent from Melbourne to Union Coys Wharf in Sydney, where Gypsy's ship, the 'Maheno', was lying at anchor. The telegram was one of many thanking Gypsy for his visit to Australia; the trip was a resounding success.
This telegram is part of a small archive of objects in connection with Gypsy Smith in the museum's collection. See also a selection of other photographs and documents from the Gypsy Smith archive in the Online Collection.