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2011/59/1-2 Box, 'Kodak sheet film', containing envelope and glass focusing screen, cardboard / paper / glass, box made by Kodak (Australasia) Pty Ltd, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1959, used by Max Dupain, Sydney, New South Wales, 1959-1980s. Click to enlarge.

Camera accessories used by Max Dupain

Made
Box (packaging originally for Kodak 5 x 4 inch sheet film) containing an envelope and a 5 x 4 inch glass focusing screen for rear of Linhof Technika camera. Handwriting on the lid, by Max Dupain, reads: 'Spare graphic view focusing screen 22-8-59'.

Summary

Object No.

2011/59/1-2

Object Statement

Box, 'Kodak sheet film', containing envelope and glass focusing screen, cardboard / paper / glass, box made by Kodak (Australasia) Pty Ltd, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1959, used by Max Dupain, Sydney, New South Wales, 1959-1980s

Physical Description

Box (packaging originally for Kodak 5 x 4 inch sheet film) containing an envelope and a 5 x 4 inch glass focusing screen for rear of Linhof Technika camera. Handwriting on the lid, by Max Dupain, reads: 'Spare graphic view focusing screen 22-8-59'.

Marks

Inscription in black ink, on lid, 'SPARE / GRAPHIC VIEW / FOCUSSING [sic] / SCREEN / 22-8-'59'.

Dimensions

Height

140 mm

Width

112 mm

Depth

32 mm

Production

Notes

This sheet film box was made by Kodak (Australasia), Melbourne, Victoria 1959.

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Harvard

Camera accessories used by Max Dupain 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 13 June 2021, <https://ma.as/430174>

Wikipedia

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