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2005/124/1-1 Photograph, part of collection owned by James Short, sepia toned, grounds of Pennant Hills Observatory, paper, photographer unknown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1890. Click to enlarge.

Photograph of the Pennant Hills Observatory grounds

Photographed
Photographic print, Pennant Hills Observatory, paper, used by James Short, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1890

Black and white photograph of Pennant Hills Observatory grounds with James Short in the left of the image, he is sitting cross-legged on the ground and pouring something from a jug. Behind him are two white tents, one circular with conical roof section and one traditional A-frame design. Bushland in the background and a tree stump in the right foreground. No marks.

Summary

Object No.

2005/124/1-1

Object Statement

Photograph, part of collection owned by James Short, sepia toned, grounds of Pennant Hills Observatory, paper, photographer unknown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1890

Physical Description

Photographic print, Pennant Hills Observatory, paper, used by James Short, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1890

Black and white photograph of Pennant Hills Observatory grounds with James Short in the left of the image, he is sitting cross-legged on the ground and pouring something from a jug. Behind him are two white tents, one circular with conical roof section and one traditional A-frame design. Bushland in the background and a tree stump in the right foreground. No marks.

Marks

No marks resent

Dimensions

Height

120 mm

Width

163 mm

Production

Cite this Object

Harvard

Photograph of the Pennant Hills Observatory grounds 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 24 October 2021, <https://ma.as/372786>

Wikipedia

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