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Negatives of the Luna Park entrance photographed by David Mist

Photographed
Negatives (2 in strip), black and white, Luna Park entrance, for the book 'Sydney, A Book of Photographs', 35mm acetate film, David Mist, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1969

Negative numbers 4449, 4450. Photograph from negative 4449 appears on page 121 of the book with the caption "Coney Island spells fun to the child in any grown-up. Beneath the Harbour Bridge Sydney has its own version of Coney Island inside the bizarre mouth of Luna Park right on the waterfront."

Summary

Object No.

96/44/1-5/4/123

Object Statement

Negatives (2 in strip), black and white, Luna Park entrance, for the book 'Sydney, A Book of Photographs', 35mm acetate film, David Mist, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1969

Physical Description

Negatives (2 in strip), black and white, Luna Park entrance, for the book 'Sydney, A Book of Photographs', 35mm acetate film, David Mist, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1969

Negative numbers 4449, 4450. Photograph from negative 4449 appears on page 121 of the book with the caption "Coney Island spells fun to the child in any grown-up. Beneath the Harbour Bridge Sydney has its own version of Coney Island inside the bizarre mouth of Luna Park right on the waterfront."

Cite this Object

Harvard

Negatives of the Luna Park entrance photographed by David Mist 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 26 October 2021, <https://ma.as/153911>

Wikipedia

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