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93/16/2 Photograph, black and white, bungalow style house, paper / cardboard, photographer unknown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, c. 1911. Click to enlarge.

Photograph of suburban Sydney bungalow

Photographed
Photograph, black and white, fixed to brown backing board, of Edwardian/Californian bungalow in a suburban Sydney setting.Taken shortly after completion of the house, as nature strip & garden not planted. House is a domestic bungalow in red brick, tiled roof with finials, central bay window with a side verandah. Fishscale & roughcast pattern pressed metal as decorative exterior features.

Summary

Object No.

93/16/2

Object Statement

Photograph, black and white, bungalow style house, paper / cardboard, photographer unknown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, c. 1911

Physical Description

Photograph, black and white, fixed to brown backing board, of Edwardian/Californian bungalow in a suburban Sydney setting.Taken shortly after completion of the house, as nature strip & garden not planted. House is a domestic bungalow in red brick, tiled roof with finials, central bay window with a side verandah. Fishscale & roughcast pattern pressed metal as decorative exterior features.

Dimensions

Height

300 mm

Width

225 mm

Production

Notes

Designed by William Harrison for himself. Built in 1911 at 34 Manning Rd Double Bay. Harrison was the designer at Wunderlich Ltd.

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Miss Helena Harrison, 1993

Acquisition Date

19 January 1993

Cite this Object

Harvard

Photograph of suburban Sydney bungalow 2022, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 4 February 2023, <https://ma.as/131352>

Wikipedia

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