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[Snapshots of holiday in N.S.W., 1928] / taken by Mr J. Blair

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Record title

[Snapshots of holiday in N.S.W., 1928] / taken by Mr J. Blair

Call numbers

PXA 906

Record identifier

9gkdpJq9

[Snapshots of holiday in N.S.W., 1928] / taken by Mr J. Blair

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[Snapshots of holiday in N.S.W., 1928] / taken by Mr J. Blair

Full title

[Snapshots of holiday in N.S.W., 1928] / taken by Mr J. Blair

Date

1928

Call Numbers

PXA 906

Record Identifier

9gkdpJq9
Physical Description

Contents

Photographs - 7 x 12 cm. - 11 silver gelatin photoprints

Other Descriptions

Level of description

Fonds

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

1-3. Sydney Harbour
4. Bridge over Gear [i.e. Tom Ugly's Bridge, Georges] River being constructed [photographed from punt]
5. Sublime Point [Lookout], Bulli
6. Bulli Lookout
7. Eden, Mt. Imlay in the distance
8. [Bullock-drawn timber whim or jinker], NSW South Coast
9. [Intersecting road and rail bridges], Gundagai
10. Hume Wei...

ALTERNATIVE TITLES

Full title

[Snapshots of holiday in N.S.W., 1928] / taken by Mr J. Blair

NOTES

Signature / Inscriptions

Titled & dated on reverse

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Presented Oct 1993

Administrative / Biographical history

J. Blair was Inspector of Schools in Kalgoorlie and Bunbury, W. Aust. in the 1920's-1930's. These are the non-Bunbury photographs from an album with the Bunbury Historical Society.

Identifiers

PRIMARY IDENTIFIERS

Call Numbers

PXA 906

Record Identifier

9gkdpJq9

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OTHER IDENTIFIERS

Reference code

411840

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