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2005/124/1-28 Photograph, part of collection owned by James Short, black and white, 'James Short in group photo with Johnson, Worthington and others in Tahiti', paper, photographer unknown, Tahiti, 1908. Click to enlarge.

Photograph from Tahiti eclipse expedition

Photographed
Photographic print, Tahiti eclipse expedition, paper, used by James Short, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1908

Black and white photograph taken during the Tahiti eclipse expedition in 1908. Eight men are in two rows, the front three are sitting in deck chairs. Behind them are five men, one with a naval hat. All of the men but one are dressed in white, behind them are banana trees.
Caption on verso reads 'JAMES FRONT/LEFT'

Summary

Object No.

2005/124/1-28

Object Statement

Photograph, part of collection owned by James Short, black and white, 'James Short in group photo with Johnson, Worthington and others in Tahiti', paper, photographer unknown, Tahiti, 1908

Physical Description

Photographic print, Tahiti eclipse expedition, paper, used by James Short, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1908

Black and white photograph taken during the Tahiti eclipse expedition in 1908. Eight men are in two rows, the front three are sitting in deck chairs. Behind them are five men, one with a naval hat. All of the men but one are dressed in white, behind them are banana trees.
Caption on verso reads 'JAMES FRONT/LEFT'

Marks

Caption on verso reads, 'JAMES FRONT / LEFT'

Dimensions

Height

150 mm

Width

210 mm

Production

Photographed

Cite this Object

Harvard

Photograph from Tahiti eclipse expedition 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 22 October 2021, <https://ma.as/373026>

Wikipedia

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