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Photograph, ‘Brewarrina Fish Traps’, paper, [Henry King], Australia, c 1880-1900

Made by King, Henry in Australia, Oceania, 1880-1900.

Photograph, ‘Brewarrina Fish Traps’, paper, [Henry King], Australia, c 1880-1900. Black and white photograph (sepia) depicting view of Brewarrina fish traps, possibly taken by Henry King.

Summary

Object No.

96/79/1

Object Statement

Photograph, 'Brewarrina Fish Traps', paper, [Henry King], Australia, c 1880-1900

Physical Description

Photograph, 'Brewarrina Fish Traps', paper, [Henry King], Australia, c 1880-1900. Black and white photograph (sepia) depicting view of Brewarrina fish traps, possibly taken by Henry King.

Dimensions

Height

173 mm

Width

248 mm

Production

Notes

Possibly Henry King. Date range is 1880-1900

Source

Credit Line

Source unknown

Acquisition Date

28 February 1996

Cite this Object

Harvard

Photograph, 'Brewarrina Fish Traps', paper, [Henry King], Australia, c 1880-1900 2018, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 24 April 2019, <https://ma.as/154427>

Wikipedia

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