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2005/124/1-17 Photograph, with caption, part of collection owned by James Short, black and white, 'Dallmeyer and Telephoto Camera', mounted, card / paper, photographer unknown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1922. Click to enlarge.

Photograph of camera for NSW Eclipse Expedition

Photographed
Photographic print, Dallmeyer and telephoto camera, paper / cardboard, used by James Short, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1922

Black and white photograph mounted on stiff cardboard of the Dallmeyer and telephoto camera at Pennant Hills. The camera is marked 'NSW ECLIPSE EXPEDn'. In the background is a fence and a peaked roof is visible. Caption hand written on verso reads 'Dallmeyer and Telephoto Camera'.

Summary

Object No.

2005/124/1-17

Object Statement

Photograph, with caption, part of collection owned by James Short, black and white, 'Dallmeyer and Telephoto Camera', mounted, card / paper, photographer unknown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1922

Physical Description

Photographic print, Dallmeyer and telephoto camera, paper / cardboard, used by James Short, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1922

Black and white photograph mounted on stiff cardboard of the Dallmeyer and telephoto camera at Pennant Hills. The camera is marked 'NSW ECLIPSE EXPEDn'. In the background is a fence and a peaked roof is visible. Caption hand written on verso reads 'Dallmeyer and Telephoto Camera'.

Marks

Caption hand written on verso reads, 'Dallmeyer and Telephoto Camera'

Dimensions

Height

175 mm

Width

225 mm

Production

Cite this Object

Harvard

Photograph of camera for NSW Eclipse Expedition 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 13 May 2021, <https://ma.as/372838>

Wikipedia

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