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Allard family, pictorial material, 1900-1930 / compiled by the Allard family

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Allard family, pictorial material, 1900-1930 / compiled by the Allard family

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PXE 1356 , GN 46

Record identifier

1xqZo23Y

Allard family, pictorial material, 1900-1930 / compiled by the Allard family

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Allard family, pictorial material, 1900-1930 / compiled by the Allard family

Full title

Allard family, pictorial material, 1900-1930 / compiled by the Allard family

Author / Creator

Date

1900-1930

Call Numbers

PXE 1356 , GN 46

Record Identifier

1xqZo23Y
Physical Description

Contents

1 box (approx. 85 photographs) - various sizes - black & white

1 box (3 copy negatives) - 12 x 17 cm. - glass

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Level of description

Fonds

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Copying Conditions

Out of copyright : Created before 1955

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

Physical Access Conditions

Access to this pictures collection via appointment only. Please submit your request through Ask a Librarian : GN 46

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

PXE 1356

A family collection of photographs including, Sir George Mason Allard and his wife, Lady Emma Victoria Allard and their children. There are images of the Blue Mountains, Sydney Harbour, Mosman, beaches and bush walks. Some images have captions. Includes images of the Women's College at the University of Sydney.

Folded sheet of 'Hymn of the Strike'; 'Him of the Highway'. Published August, 1917.

GN 46

Glass plates negatives (copies)
No. 1
A Mark IV (male) Battle Tank named Berta on fire on the Bray-Corbie Road. The tank had ignited internally, caused possibly by overheating, while on its way back to the tank park. 22 August 1918. (Details from Australian War Memorial. http://cas.awm.gov.au/item/E04931)

No. 2
A convoy of seven disabled tanks, visible against the horizon, on the battlefield near Duncan Post. The tanks where blown up by land mines scattered within a radius of 350 yards. The previous day the 27th American Division had launched their attack on the Hindenburg Main Line from Duncan Post and a number of tanks supporting t...

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Allard family, pictorial material, 1900-1930 / compiled by the Allard family

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NOTES

General note

Pic.Acc. Upgrade Project - Information transferred from Pic.Acc.4499 as part of the eRecords Project 2012-13

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Presented by Mrs A.P. Jones
Pic.Acc.4499

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PXE 1356 , GN 46

Record Identifier

1xqZo23Y

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910182

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