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Photographs, chiefly architectural, ca. 1949-1969 / photographed by Kerry Dundas

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Record title

Photographs, chiefly architectural, ca. 1949-1969 / photographed by Kerry Dundas

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PXD 1006

Record identifier

1LjRV7D9

Photographs, chiefly architectural, ca. 1949-1969 / photographed by Kerry Dundas

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Photographs, chiefly architectural, ca. 1949-1969 / photographed by Kerry Dundas

Full title

Photographs, chiefly architectural, ca. 1949-1969 / photographed by Kerry Dundas

Author / Creator

Date

ca. 1949-1969

Call Numbers

PXD 1006

Record Identifier

1LjRV7D9
Physical Description

Contents

Photographs - 38.3 x 40.5 cm. or smaller - 16 silver gelatin photoprints

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Fonds

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

1. Martin Place from Castlereagh Street corner, ca. 1949
2. Lifting a steel wheel, BHP, ca. 1955
3. Herbie Marks, accordionist and comedian, ca. 1958
4-5. Hallway and dining room, Lindesay, Darling Point, ca. 1965
6-7. Clubbe Hall, Frensham School (architect Keith Cottier), 1967
8. Harry & Penelope Seidler house, Killara, 1967
9....

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Full title

Photographs, chiefly architectural, ca. 1949-1969 / photographed by Kerry Dundas

AUTHORS, ARTISTS AND CONTRIBUTORS

Author / Creator

NOTES

General note

Photographer's stamp on the reverse of 7 photographs, no.16 of which is also signed
Some titled on the reverse by photographer
Captioned and dated by the Curator of Photographs (May-June 2007)
All photographs are vintage prints; those from the 1950's are from his period at the Dupain studio. -- Note from the Mitchell file
No.13 publishe...

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Purchased May & June 2007

Administrative / Biographical history

Kerry Dundas was born Sydney, 1931, the son of artist Douglas Dundas. He first meant to be an artist but discovered photography at Sydney Grammar.
After leaving school, he began a three year apprenticeship in 1948 in Monte Luke's portrait studio. This largely involved washing wedding prints until he graduated to commercial photography with Gerva...

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Call Numbers

PXD 1006

Record Identifier

1LjRV7D9

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457527

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