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Glass plate negatives photographed by Tom Lennon

Photographed
Glass negatives (96), half plate, in wooden box, Tom Lennon, Sydney, Australia, March - May 1939

The negatives are group portraits taken at company and organisation balls. All events were held in the Empress Ball Room at Mark Foys department store except for one that was held in the Sydney Town Hall and another held in the Wentworth Cafe, Lang Street, Sydney.

Summary

Object No.

94/63/1-1

Object Statement

Glass negatives (96), half plate, in wooden box, Tom Lennon, Sydney, Australia, March - May 1939

Physical Description

Glass negatives (96), half plate, in wooden box, Tom Lennon, Sydney, Australia, March - May 1939

The negatives are group portraits taken at company and organisation balls. All events were held in the Empress Ball Room at Mark Foys department store except for one that was held in the Sydney Town Hall and another held in the Wentworth Cafe, Lang Street, Sydney.

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