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P2903-1/48 Photographic print , black and white, close up of Lawrence Hargrave's 1903 machine showing engine No. 25 designed in 1905 for steam operation, Woollahra Point, New South Wales, Australia, 1906, copy print made c1977. Click to enlarge.

Photograph of Lawrence Hargrave's 1903 machine showing engine No. 25 designed in 1905 for steam operation

Photographed
Photographic print , black & white, close up of Lawrence Hargrave's 1903 machine showing engine No. 25 designed in 1905 for steam operation, Woollahra Point, New South Wales, Australia, copy print made c1977

Summary

Object No.

P2903-1/48

Object Statement

Photographic print , black and white, close up of Lawrence Hargrave's 1903 machine showing engine No. 25 designed in 1905 for steam operation, Woollahra Point, New South Wales, Australia, 1906, copy print made c1977

Physical Description

Photographic print , black & white, close up of Lawrence Hargrave's 1903 machine showing engine No. 25 designed in 1905 for steam operation, Woollahra Point, New South Wales, Australia, copy print made c1977

Marks

Handwritten annotation at upper centre of original photo '1906'.Typed caption attached to reverse 'Close up of 1903 machine showing Engine No. 25 designed in 1905 for steam operation.Yet another engine, No. 26, petrol operated with four cylinders to operate four flappers was designed and built before work on this project was eventually abandoned.Note simplicity of design of engine and structural members.'

Production

Cite this Object

Harvard

Photograph of Lawrence Hargrave's 1903 machine showing engine No. 25 designed in 1905 for steam operation 2022, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 20 January 2022, <https://ma.as/323145>

Wikipedia

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