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Glass plate negatives photographed by Tom Lennon

Photographed
Glass negatives (13), quarter plate, in box, portraits of girl (Cook family) and views of a mounted parade at Victoria Barracks, Tom Lennon, Sydney, Australia, April 1939

Summary

Object No.

94/63/1-30

Object Statement

Glass negatives (13), quarter plate, in box, portraits of girl (Cook family) and views of a mounted parade at Victoria Barracks, Tom Lennon, Sydney, Australia, April 1939

Physical Description

Glass negatives (13), quarter plate, in box, portraits of girl (Cook family) and views of a mounted parade at Victoria Barracks, Tom Lennon, Sydney, Australia, April 1939

Marks

Inscribed in pencil on one edge of the box lid 'Cooks Kid / /4/39'.

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Harvard

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