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P3549-130 Photograph, silver gelatin print, depicting Mary Allen and Ethel Wilcocks measuring astrographic plates, paper, photographed by Waterford, 6 February 1941, used by Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1941-1979. Click to enlarge.

Photograph of Mary Allen and Ethel Wilcocks at Sydney Observatory

Photographed
Photograph, Mary Allen and Ethel Wilcocks measuring astrographic plates, silver gelatin print, photographed by Waterford, 6th February 1941, used by Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1941-1979

A black and white photograph of the Mary Allen and Ethel Wilcox measuring astrographic plates at Sydney Observatory.

Summary

Object No.

P3549-130

Object Statement

Photograph, silver gelatin print, depicting Mary Allen and Ethel Wilcocks measuring astrographic plates, paper, photographed by Waterford, 6 February 1941, used by Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1941-1979

Physical Description

Photograph, Mary Allen and Ethel Wilcocks measuring astrographic plates, silver gelatin print, photographed by Waterford, 6th February 1941, used by Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1941-1979

A black and white photograph of the Mary Allen and Ethel Wilcox measuring astrographic plates at Sydney Observatory.

Marks

In pencil on back of print '1/64 / Waterford / 6.2.41'. Handwritten in ink 'At machine Mary Allen (now Finn) / Ethel Willcocks (spelling?) now Dixon / Names on by / H Wood June 1975'.

Dimensions

Height

153 mm

Width

208 mm

Production

Cite this Object

Harvard

Photograph of Mary Allen and Ethel Wilcocks at Sydney Observatory 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 17 October 2021, <https://ma.as/381637>

Wikipedia

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