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2009/43/1-8 Biographical material relating to photography and fashion publicity by Bruno and Hazel Benini, paper, plastic, metal, England, Italy, and Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1950-2001. Click to enlarge.

Bruno and Hazel Benini biographical material

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Biographical material relating to photography and fashion publicity by Bruno and Hazel Benini, paper, plastic, metal, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1950-2001

Diary / job books (2), poster, awards, photographic prints, colour transparency, publications and printed material including tear sheets, magazines, exhibition catalogues, Bruno Benini business card, and unpublished Bruno Benini book (from original manuscript) by Hazel Benini. (see also 2009/43/1-5/1)

Summary

Object No.

2009/43/1-8

Object Statement

Biographical material relating to photography and fashion publicity by Bruno and Hazel Benini, paper, plastic, metal, England, Italy, and Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1950-2001

Physical Description

Biographical material relating to photography and fashion publicity by Bruno and Hazel Benini, paper, plastic, metal, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1950-2001

Diary / job books (2), poster, awards, photographic prints, colour transparency, publications and printed material including tear sheets, magazines, exhibition catalogues, Bruno Benini business card, and unpublished Bruno Benini book (from original manuscript) by Hazel Benini. (see also 2009/43/1-5/1)

Dimensions

Height

650 mm

Width

500 mm

Cite this Object

Harvard

Bruno and Hazel Benini biographical material 2022, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 7 February 2023, <https://ma.as/398719>

Wikipedia

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