The last of the Tasmanian natives, 1864 / photographer Mr. Henry Albert Frith, Hobart Town

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The last of the Tasmanian natives, 1864 / photographer Mr. Henry Albert Frith, Hobart Town

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SPF/3211

Record identifier

93QVxNQ1

The last of the Tasmanian natives, 1864 / photographer Mr. Henry Albert Frith, Hobart Town

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Full title

The last of the Tasmanian natives, 1864 / photographer Mr. Henry Albert Frith, Hobart Town

Date

1864

Call Numbers

SPF/3211

Record Identifier

93QVxNQ1
Physical Description

Contents

1 photographic print - 7.7 x 10.3 cm - albumen, on card

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Fonds

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Out of copyright : Created before 1955

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

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

From the left: William Lanney, Maryann, Bessy Clarke and Truganini

This is a variant of the more usual image at SPF / 3209, with Lanney on the left, and re-arrangement of the bows and scarves on Clarke and Truganini

ALTERNATIVE TITLES

Full title

The last of the Tasmanian natives, 1864 / photographer Mr. Henry Albert Frith, Hobart Town

AUTHORS, ARTISTS AND CONTRIBUTORS

NOTES

General note

Transferred from SPF / Tasmanian Aborigines (BM), August 2011

Digital order no:a7268001

Signature / Inscriptions

Titled as per SPF / 3209

J. Walch & Sons, booksellers and stationers, Hobart & Launceston, stamp on the reverse

Identifiers

PRIMARY IDENTIFIERS

Call Numbers

SPF/3211

Record Identifier

93QVxNQ1

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https://collection.sl.nsw.gov.au/record/93QVxNQ1

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Reference code

938276

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