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Glass plate negatives photographed by Tom Lennon

Photographed
Glass negatives (7), half plate, in box, Bondi Amateur Swimming Club Ball (4) and Balmain Christian Brothers Old Boys Dance (3) at Mark Foy's Empress Ball Room Tom Lennon, Sydney, Australia, 29 June and 12 July 1932

Summary

Object No.

94/63/1-7

Object Statement

Glass negatives (7), half plate, in box, Bondi Amateur Swimming Club Ball (4) and Balmain Christian Brothers Old Boys Dance (3) at Mark Foy's Empress Ball Room Tom Lennon, Sydney, Australia, 29 June and 12 July 1932

Physical Description

Glass negatives (7), half plate, in box, Bondi Amateur Swimming Club Ball (4) and Balmain Christian Brothers Old Boys Dance (3) at Mark Foy's Empress Ball Room Tom Lennon, Sydney, Australia, 29 June and 12 July 1932

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