Dr Charles Eichler was the go-to man for grisly murders in Sydney during the late 1800s.

The surgeon owned Frankfort - the building which housed his practice on what is now the corner of Bridge and Young Streets, the future site of Booth House. The building is in the 1870 picture of Bridge Street looking west in the Bridge Street gallery and was first labelled as Dr Eichler's property in the 1880 Dove map in the Maps gallery.

 

Mysterious death 1 1878
Mysterious death 1 1878
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Mysterious death 2 1878
Mysterious death 2 1878
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Mysterious death 3 1878
Mysterious death 3 1878
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Coroner's Inquest 1878
Coroner's Inquest 1878
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Dr Charles Eichler
Dr Charles Eichler
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Small pox prosecution
Small pox prosecution
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Smallpox fine
Smallpox fine
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Dr Eichler's qualifications
Dr Eichler's qualifications
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Damages case 1884
Damages case 1884
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