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P2903-1/26 Photographic print, black and white, 'Airlie', 44 Roslyn Gardens, Rushcutters Bay, c1899, copy print made c1977. Click to enlarge.

Photograph of 'Airlie' in Rushcutters Bay the home of Lawrence Hargrave

Photographed
Photographic print, black & white, 'Airlie', 44 Roslyn Gardens, Rushcutters Bay, c1899, copy print made c1977

One of three terraces built by Lawrence Hargrave in 1884 (40, 42 and 44 Roslyn Gardens). Hargrave and family lived there from 1899 to 1902.

Summary

Object No.

P2903-1/26

Object Statement

Photographic print, black and white, 'Airlie', 44 Roslyn Gardens, Rushcutters Bay, c1899, copy print made c1977

Physical Description

Photographic print, black & white, 'Airlie', 44 Roslyn Gardens, Rushcutters Bay, c1899, copy print made c1977

One of three terraces built by Lawrence Hargrave in 1884 (40, 42 and 44 Roslyn Gardens). Hargrave and family lived there from 1899 to 1902.

Marks

Typed caption attached to reverse '44 ROSLYN GARDENS, RUSHCUTTER'S BAY.(THE HOUSE IN WHICH LAWRENCE HARGRAVE LIVED ON HIS RETURN FROM ENGLAND IN 1899 UNTIL HE MOVED TO WOOLLAHRA POINT).THIS HOUSE IS ONE OF THE TERRACE OF THREE BUILT BY HARGRAVE ABOUT THE TIME OF HIS MARRIAGE.'

Production

Cite this Object

Harvard

Photograph of 'Airlie' in Rushcutters Bay the home of Lawrence Hargrave 2022, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 20 January 2022, <https://ma.as/323121>

Wikipedia

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