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96/44/1-5/4/155/1 Negative, black and white, lifesavers on surf skis, for the book 'Sydney, A Book of Photographs', 35mm acetate film, David Mist, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1969. Click to enlarge.

Negative, black and white, lifesavers on surf skis, for the book ‘Sydney, A Book of Photographs’, 35mm acetate film, David Mist, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1969

Photographed by Mist, David in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1969.

Negative, black and white, lifesavers on surf skis, for the book ‘Sydney, A Book of Photographs’, 35mm acetate film, David Mist, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1969

Negative number 4209. Photograph from negative appears on page 143 of the book with the caption “The Surf Life Saving Movement began in Manly in 1907, and now has some twenty-five thousand members who make over five thousand rescues in a year. It is a voluntary community effort to save lives, based on fitness and teamwork.”

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96/44/1-5/4/155/1

Object Statement

Negative, black and white, lifesavers on surf skis, for the book 'Sydney, A Book of Photographs', 35mm acetate film, David Mist, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1969

Physical Description

Negative, black and white, lifesavers on surf skis, for the book 'Sydney, A Book of Photographs', 35mm acetate film, David Mist, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1969

Negative number 4209. Photograph from negative appears on page 143 of the book with the caption "The Surf Life Saving Movement began in Manly in 1907, and now has some twenty-five thousand members who make over five thousand rescues in a year. It is a voluntary community effort to save lives, based on fitness and teamwork."

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Negative, black and white, lifesavers on surf skis, for the book 'Sydney, A Book of Photographs', 35mm acetate film, David Mist, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1969 2019, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 17 November 2019, <https://ma.as/371825>

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