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94/63/1-7/6 Glass negative, half plate, Bondi Amateur Swimming Club Ball or Balmain Christian Brothers Old Boys Dance at Mark Foy's Empress Ball Room Tom Lennon, Sydney, Australia, 29 June or 12 July 1932. Click to enlarge.

Glass plate negative photographed by Tom Lennon

Photographed
Glass negative, half plate, Bondi Amateur Swimming Club Ball or Balmain Christian Brothers Old Boys Dance at Mark Foy's Empress Ball Room Tom Lennon, Sydney, Australia, 29 June or 12 July 1932

The plate is unidentified. The plate was in a box that held title plates (94/63/1-7/1 and -7/5) with the names of the two above events. On either side of the stage are banners with a badge which may help with identification of the organisation.

Summary

Object No.

94/63/1-7/6

Object Statement

Glass negative, half plate, Bondi Amateur Swimming Club Ball or Balmain Christian Brothers Old Boys Dance at Mark Foy's Empress Ball Room Tom Lennon, Sydney, Australia, 29 June or 12 July 1932

Physical Description

Glass negative, half plate, Bondi Amateur Swimming Club Ball or Balmain Christian Brothers Old Boys Dance at Mark Foy's Empress Ball Room Tom Lennon, Sydney, Australia, 29 June or 12 July 1932

The plate is unidentified. The plate was in a box that held title plates (94/63/1-7/1 and -7/5) with the names of the two above events. On either side of the stage are banners with a badge which may help with identification of the organisation.

Dimensions

Height

164 mm

Width

120 mm

Cite this Object

Harvard

Glass plate negative photographed by Tom Lennon 2022, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 8 August 2022, <https://ma.as/382061>

Wikipedia

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