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6 scrapbooks owned by Bruno and Hazel Benini

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These large leather bound scrapbooks proudly document Hazel and Bruno Benini's many and varied assignments across three decades from the 1960s through to the early 1980s. The newspaper cuttings contained in the scrapbooks document the many photographs which the Benini's sent to press outlets around Australia about Australian and international fashion available in retail outlets throughout the nation from Tasmania to Queensland and Western Australia.

The cuttings and tearsheets were collated …

Summary

Object No.

2009/43/1-6

Object Statement

Scrapbooks (6), containing newspaper and magazine tear sheets, collected by Hazel and Bruno Benini, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1968-1983

Physical Description

Scrapbooks (6), containing newspaper and magazine tear sheets, collected by Hazel and Bruno Benini, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1968-1983

Scrap books, 6 large folios containing newspaper and magazine tear sheets, collected by the clipping service used by Hazel and Bruno Benini and relating to the many fashion and advertising photographs the Benini's shot for various clients which were sent to press outlets around Australia . Many of the tear sheets were collected for the Benini's by the Australian Press Cuttings Agency, Melbourne (established 1904).

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6 scrapbooks owned by Bruno and Hazel Benini 2022, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 7 February 2023, <https://ma.as/398717>

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