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96/44/1-6/3/12 Negatives (43), black and white, Kate Baillieu, taken for the book 'Made in Australia', acetate film, David Mist, Sydney, 1969. Click to enlarge.

Negatives of Kate Baillieu photographed by David Mist

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Negatives (43), black and white, Kate Baillieu, taken for the book 'Made in Australia', acetate film, David Mist, Sydney, 1969.
15 strips of two or three negatives. Negative numbers KB22 and CB80/1 appear on pages 34 and 35 of the book. Melbourne social worker Kate Baillieu photographed at her dining table.
Neg CB 80/1 used in book on page 35, shows portrait of Kate Baillieu with candelabra, photograph taken in the dining room of her Melbourne home.
Neg KB22 used in book on page 34, shows Kate …

Summary

Object No.

96/44/1-6/3/12

Object Statement

Negatives (43), black and white, Kate Baillieu, taken for the book 'Made in Australia', acetate film, David Mist, Sydney, 1969

Physical Description

Negatives (43), black and white, Kate Baillieu, taken for the book 'Made in Australia', acetate film, David Mist, Sydney, 1969.
15 strips of two or three negatives. Negative numbers KB22 and CB80/1 appear on pages 34 and 35 of the book. Melbourne social worker Kate Baillieu photographed at her dining table.
Neg CB 80/1 used in book on page 35, shows portrait of Kate Baillieu with candelabra, photograph taken in the dining room of her Melbourne home.
Neg KB22 used in book on page 34, shows Kate Baillieu sitting on the end of the formally set dining table in her Melbourne home.

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Negatives of Kate Baillieu photographed by David Mist 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 24 January 2022, <https://ma.as/154100>

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