Camping trips on Culburra Beach, N.S.W., 1937 / Max Dupain and Olive Cotton

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Record title

Camping trips on Culburra Beach, N.S.W., 1937 / Max Dupain and Olive Cotton

Call numbers

SAFE/PXA 1951

Record identifier

93QV2Rv1

Camping trips on Culburra Beach, N.S.W., 1937 / Max Dupain and Olive Cotton

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Camping trips on Culburra Beach, N.S.W., 1937 / Max Dupain and Olive Cotton

Full title

Camping trips on Culburra Beach, N.S.W., 1937 / Max Dupain and Olive Cotton

Author / Creator

Date

1937

Call Numbers

SAFE/PXA 1951

Record Identifier

93QV2Rv1
Physical Description

Contents

1 album (108 photographic prints), some loose in album - 30.7 x 22.6 cm or smaller, in album 31 x 24 cm - gelatin silver

Other Descriptions

Level of description

Fonds

Arrangement

Album (pages unnumbered)

Access and use

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

Issue Copy

Digitised

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

1. Camping scene (front cover of album)
2. Harold Salvage by beach
3. Olive Cotton by tent
4. Cow grazing near beach
5. Beach scene
6. Group portrait of people at the camp site, including Olive Cotton and Harold Salvage
7. Shark caught and lying on the beach
8. Harold Salvage in swimming costume standing by beach
9. Unidenti...

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Full title

Camping trips on Culburra Beach, N.S.W., 1937 / Max Dupain and Olive Cotton

AUTHORS, ARTISTS AND CONTRIBUTORS

Author / Creator

NOTES

General note

Numbers 104-108 not secured in album

Digital order no:Album ID : 1069347

Mathematical data

91 photographs by Max Dupain, 17 photographs by Olive Cotton

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Donated through the Australian Government’s Cultural Gifts Program by Anthony C. Vandyke and John A. Vandyke, May 2012

Administrative / Biographical history

The "Vandyke Album" is of exceptional importance in Australia's photographic history. It gives context to Australia's most iconic photograph, The Sunbaker. Dupain's preferred version had clasped hands. The sole print of this version is in this album and the negative is lost. There are thought to be about 200 signed prints of the better known versio...

Identifiers

PRIMARY IDENTIFIERS

Call Numbers

SAFE/PXA 1951

Record Identifier

93QV2Rv1

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https://collection.sl.nsw.gov.au/record/93QV2Rv1

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Reference code

1036947

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