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85/1286-2224 Glass plate negative, half plate, depicting the six-masted barquentine 'City of Sydney' at anchor in Snails Bay and the North Shore of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, unattributed studio, 1910-1920, part of the Tyrrell Collection. Click to enlarge.

Glass plate negative of the 'City of Sydney' from the Tyrrell Collection

  • 1910-1920
This image from a glass plate negative produced between 1910 and 1920 shows the six-masted barquentine 'City of Sydney' at anchor in Snails Bay, Sydney. The vessel was built as a US passenger ship for the Pacific Mail SS Co. in 1875. She was later sold and converted to a six-masted barquentine, eventually laid up for some years and then sold in 1929 for scrapping. Alongside the 'City of Sydney' are four timber lighters in varying stages of load, Two small tugs, owned by Daley & Co., can be …

Summary

Object No.

85/1286-2224

Object Statement

Glass plate negative, half plate, depicting the six-masted barquentine 'City of Sydney' at anchor in Snails Bay and the North Shore of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, unattributed studio, 1910-1920, part of the Tyrrell Collection

Physical Description

Negatives, various subjects, silver gelatin / glass, published by unattributed studios, part of the Tyrrell collection, New South Wales and Queensland, Australia, 1890-1917

Tyrrell Inventory Number 60/714.

Production

Cite this Object

Harvard

Glass plate negative of the 'City of Sydney' from the Tyrrell Collection 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 26 October 2021, <https://ma.as/495994>

Wikipedia

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