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94/63/1-61/9 Glass negative, quarter plate, Feast of Corpus Christi procession at St Patrick's Seminary at Manly, Tom Lennon, Sydney, Australia, May 1932. Click to enlarge.

Glass plate negative of Feast of Corpus Christi procession at St Patrick’s Seminary, Manly

Photographed by Lennon, Tom in Manly, New South Wales, Australia, 1932.

Glass negative, quarter plate, Feast of Corpus Christi procession at St Patrick’s Seminary at Manly, Tom Lennon, Sydney, Australia, May 1932

Group portrait of boys and girls (Children of Mary?]

Summary

Object No.

94/63/1-61/9

Object Statement

Glass negative, quarter plate, Feast of Corpus Christi procession at St Patrick's Seminary at Manly, Tom Lennon, Sydney, Australia, May 1932

Physical Description

Glass negative, quarter plate, Feast of Corpus Christi procession at St Patrick's Seminary at Manly, Tom Lennon, Sydney, Australia, May 1932

Group portrait of boys and girls (Children of Mary?]

Marks

This negative was stored in a box inscribed 'Corpus Christi / Manly [Sunday May?] 1932'.

Dimensions

Height

81 mm

Width

105 mm

Production

Cite this Object

Harvard

Glass plate negative of Feast of Corpus Christi procession at St Patrick's Seminary, Manly 2019, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 9 December 2019, <https://ma.as/390599>

Wikipedia

{{cite web |url=https://ma.as/390599 |title=Glass plate negative of Feast of Corpus Christi procession at St Patrick's Seminary, Manly |author=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences |access-date=9 December 2019 |publisher=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Australia}}

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