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Alfred Henry Pettifer - half plate glass negatives, ca. 1914-1920

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Record title

Alfred Henry Pettifer - half plate glass negatives, ca. 1914-1920

Call numbers

ON 281

Record identifier

9qoQl3K1

Alfred Henry Pettifer - half plate glass negatives, ca. 1914-1920

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Alfred Henry Pettifer - half plate glass negatives, ca. 1914-1920

Full title

Alfred Henry Pettifer - half plate glass negatives, ca. 1914-1920

Date

ca. 1914-1920

Call Numbers

ON 281

Record Identifier

9qoQl3K1
Physical Description

Contents

Photographs - 12 x 16.5 cm. - 49 glass photonegatives (in original wooden box)

Photographs - 12 x 16.3 cm. - 1 glass photonegative (corner broken, in original wooden box)

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

1. St Aiden's teachers' picnic
2-6. Lieutenant Alfred Henry Pettifer - AIF uniform - portraits
7-8. Lieutenant Alfred Henry Pettifer - CMF mess uniform - portraits
9. Alfred Henry Pettifer - civilian - portrait
10-13. Warwick Henry Butler Pettifer, Alfred Henry's father - portraits
14. Elsie M. Pettifer, later Elsie Collard - portrai...

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Alfred Henry Pettifer - half plate glass negatives, ca. 1914-1920

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NOTES

General note

Contents list and dates taken from a contents list supplied by the donor, a copy of which is filed at ML 06/240
Copies of the Pettifer family tree are filed at ON 281 and ML 06/240

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Presented 2004

Administrative / Biographical history

Alfred Henry Pettifer was born 15 July 1895 in Redfern. He returned from World War I a lieutenant and married Viva McCarthy (1896-1981) in Goulburn in 1922. He was Acting NSW Government Printer (ca. 1939-1945) and NSW Government Printer (ca. 1945-1959). He died 14 May 1962 in Five Dock. -- Sources: U.Crosthwaite, daughter; Australian War Memorial

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ON 281

Record Identifier

9qoQl3K1

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448211

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