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File 07: Soul of a city II, Hobart race, sailing from Manly ferry, December 1960 / photographed by Max Dupain

Call numbers

ON 609/Box 09/nos. 180-259

Record identifier

16AX2bQn

File 07: Soul of a city II, Hobart race, sailing from Manly ferry, December 1960 / photographed by Max Dupain

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File 07: Soul of a city II, Hobart race, sailing from Manly ferry, December 1960 / photographed by Max Dupain

Full title

File 07: Soul of a city II, Hobart race, sailing from Manly ferry, December 1960 / photographed by Max Dupain

Date

December 1960

Call Numbers

ON 609/Box 09/nos. 180-259

Record Identifier

16AX2bQn
Physical Description

Contents

80 negatives - black & white

Other Descriptions

Level of description

File

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Copying Conditions

Copyright status : In copyright - Created after 1955

Please acknowledge: : Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales

Physical Access Conditions

This material is held in cold storage and requires 3 working days notice to retrieve. Please submit your request through Ask a Librarian

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

80 negatives of sailing boats and yachts sailing on Sydney Harbour, a ferry filled with spectators and views of Fort Denison

ALTERNATIVE TITLES

Full title

File 07: Soul of a city II, Hobart race, sailing from Manly ferry, December 1960 / photographed by Max Dupain

NOTES

General note

Some negatives are in strips of 2.

Signature / Inscriptions

Negative at ON 609/Box 9/no. 228 is marked, "*".

Description source

Titled and dated from original envelope housing negatives.

Identifiers

PRIMARY IDENTIFIERS

Call Numbers

ON 609/Box 09/nos. 180-259

Record Identifier

16AX2bQn

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https://collection.sl.nsw.gov.au/record/16AX2bQn

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Reference code

1008756

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