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96/44/1-6/3/52 Negatives (60), black and white, Vicki Forrest, taken for the book 'Made in Australia', acetate film, David Mist, Sydney, 1969. Click to enlarge.

Negatives of Vicki Forrest and the Opera House photographed by David Mist

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Negatives (60), black and white, Vicki Forrest, taken for the book 'Made in Australia', acetate film, David Mist, Sydney, 1969.
120 film negatives in 15 strips of 4 negatives. Photographed at the Sydney Opera House while the building was still being constructed. Image appears on pages 122-123 of the book, negative number 26 used.

Summary

Object No.

96/44/1-6/3/52

Object Statement

Negatives (60), black and white, Vicki Forrest, taken for the book 'Made in Australia', acetate film, David Mist, Sydney, 1969

Physical Description

Negatives (60), black and white, Vicki Forrest, taken for the book 'Made in Australia', acetate film, David Mist, Sydney, 1969.
120 film negatives in 15 strips of 4 negatives. Photographed at the Sydney Opera House while the building was still being constructed. Image appears on pages 122-123 of the book, negative number 26 used.

History

Notes

Vicki Forrest was a popular Australian singer in the 1960s.
She appeared on numerous Australian televison music shows including 'Opportunity Knocks', 'Bandstand', 'Saturday Date' and Johnny O'Keefe's 'Sing Sing Sing'. She also appeared on the Bobby Rydell and Graham Kennedy shows.

Reference for Hungarian-born Sydney singer, Vicki Forrest - see 'She's got the Flair look', Flair, June 1966 (pp.47-49)

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