Photograph album, ‘The Four Pilgrims Progress thro the Fire Country Jan 1929’, paper/photography, maker unknown, Australia, 1929

Made in Australia, Oceania, 1929.

Photograph album, ‘The Four Pilgrims Progress thro the Fire Country Jan 1929’, paper/photography, maker unknown, Australia, 1929.

Hand made and bound photograph album. Designed in landscape format with single pages bound together with twine. The front cover is made from brown board with red text on front. A specially cut flap at the inside front enables the book to be secured closed by inserting flap into incisions on the back cover.

Inside the book is comprised of text in prose used to illust...

Summary

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Photograph album, 'The Four Pilgrims Progress thro the Fire Country Jan 1929', paper/photography, maker unknown, Australia, 1929.

Hand made and bound photograph album. Designed in landscape format with single pages bound together with twine. The front cover is made from brown board with red text on front. A specially cut flap at the inside front enables the book to be secured closed by inserting flap into incisions on the back cover.

Inside the book is comprised of text in prose used to illustrate various small black and white photographic images. The book traces the adventures of one family as they travel from their home near Bankstown down the south coast of Australia and on to Canberra and their journey back home again.

Dimensions

180 mm
215 mm
32 mm

Production

1929 is the earliest date
1929

Source

Source unknown
2 February, 1996

Cite this Object

Photograph album, 'The Four Pilgrims Progress thro the Fire Country Jan 1929', paper/photography, maker unknown, Australia, 1929 2014, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 28 July 2017, <https://ma.as/154274>
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