Wigzell's Hairdressers and Turkish baths
Oxford Street, Sydney, Australia, 1883

Wigzell's Hairdressers and Turkish baths
< Image: reproduced from a hand-coloured print originally published as a black and white engraving in the Sydney illustrated news.

Charles Edward Wigzell established his hair salon in Oxford Street, Sydney, in 1854 and some time later added baths and showers. The Turkish baths, in the smaller adjacent building on the right, opened in 1883.

This item is from the collection of the Victorian Turkish Baths Project

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