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96/395/10 Photograph, black and white, framed, of Betty Gillies, paper/wood/glass, United States of America, [1946]. Click to enlarge.

Photograph of Betty Gillies and her daughter Pat

Made
Photograph, black and white depicting two women near a plane, one is crouching in the cockpit and the other is standing on the wing. The plane is marked as being ACME SAW & SUPPLY/ SAN DIEGO/ RYAN NAVION SUPER 260. The image is within a wooden framed painted black with glass face. The two women are Betty Gillies and her daughter Pat.

Summary

Object No.

96/395/10

Object Statement

Photograph, black and white, framed, of Betty Gillies, paper/wood/glass, United States of America, [1946]

Physical Description

Photograph, black and white depicting two women near a plane, one is crouching in the cockpit and the other is standing on the wing. The plane is marked as being ACME SAW & SUPPLY/ SAN DIEGO/ RYAN NAVION SUPER 260. The image is within a wooden framed painted black with glass face. The two women are Betty Gillies and her daughter Pat.

Marks

insc. backing board in ink "Betty Gillies and her daughter Pat / 1946 ?"
insc. backing board in pencil "D.J. / 26930"

Dimensions

Height

266 mm

Width

214 mm

Depth

20 mm

History

Notes

The plane depicted in the image was used by Nancy Bird Walton when flying open cockpit aircraft. Owned by Nancy Bird Walton.

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Nancy Bird Walton, 1996

Acquisition Date

12 December 1996

Cite this Object

Harvard

Photograph of Betty Gillies and her daughter Pat 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 29 July 2021, <https://ma.as/153495>

Wikipedia

{{cite web |url=https://ma.as/153495 |title=Photograph of Betty Gillies and her daughter Pat |author=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences |access-date=29 July 2021 |publisher=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Australia}}

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