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2005/124/1-4 Photograph, part of collection owned by James Short, sepia toned, looking south from Sydney Observatory towards Messengers Cottage, paper, photographer unknown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, possibly 1890. Click to enlarge.

Photograph from Sydney Observatory looking south to Messengers Cottage

Possibly photographed
Photographic print, Sydney Observatory, paper, used by James Short, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, [1890]

Black and white photograph looking south from the Sydney Observatory towards Messengers Cottage. In the foreground is a driveway and gate, followed by an oval and behind that a cottage. A man is walking across the oval and another is standing under a tree in the centre of the image.

Summary

Object No.

2005/124/1-4

Object Statement

Photograph, part of collection owned by James Short, sepia toned, looking south from Sydney Observatory towards Messengers Cottage, paper, photographer unknown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, possibly 1890

Physical Description

Photographic print, Sydney Observatory, paper, used by James Short, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, [1890]

Black and white photograph looking south from the Sydney Observatory towards Messengers Cottage. In the foreground is a driveway and gate, followed by an oval and behind that a cottage. A man is walking across the oval and another is standing under a tree in the centre of the image.

Marks

No marks present

Dimensions

Height

115 mm

Width

160 mm

Production

Possibly photographed

Cite this Object

Harvard

Photograph from Sydney Observatory looking south to Messengers Cottage 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 28 September 2021, <https://ma.as/372792>

Wikipedia

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