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Photographic Views in Tasmania [being mainly of Hobart and Port Arthur, ca. 1868-1891] / by Anson Brothers

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PX*D 221

Record identifier

YK5Qpx0n

Photographic Views in Tasmania [being mainly of Hobart and Port Arthur, ca. 1868-1891] / by Anson Brothers

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Photographic Views in Tasmania [being mainly of Hobart and Port Arthur, ca. 1868-1891] / by Anson Brothers

Full title

Photographic Views in Tasmania [being mainly of Hobart and Port Arthur, ca. 1868-1891] / by Anson Brothers

Author / Creator

Date

ca. 1868-1891

Call Numbers

PX*D 221

Record Identifier

YK5Qpx0n
Physical Description

Contents

1 album (60 photoprints) - 41.5 x 34.7 cm. - albumen

Other Descriptions

Level of description

Fonds

Access and use

Copying Conditions

Out of copyright : Created before 1955

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

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Issue Copy

Digitised

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

1. Hobart, from the Bay (photograph of painting)
2. Hobart, from Bellerive
3. Hobart, from Huon Road
4. Hobart, from Glebe
5. Hobart, from Mt Nelson
6. Macquarie Street, Hobart
7. [Bank of Van Diemen's Land or Union Bank of Australia]
8. Government House, Hobart [from the Bay]
9. Government House, Hobart [Prince Alfred's coa...

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Full title

Photographic Views in Tasmania [being mainly of Hobart and Port Arthur, ca. 1868-1891] / by Anson Brothers

AUTHORS, ARTISTS AND CONTRIBUTORS

Author / Creator

NOTES

General note

Transferred from the Mitchell Library Printed Books Collection F986/A,
December 1984

Digital order no:Album ID : 1290399

Signature / Inscriptions

Some photographs signed Anson Bros and J.W. Beattie.
Titled on spine.

"D.S. Mitchell" signature on front endpaper.

Date note

Undated. Earliest date that of Duke of Edinburgh's coach party outside Government House, photographed by S. Clifford (see: "THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH IN TASMANIA." The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860-1954) 20 Jan 1868). Latest date by comparison with other Beattie photographs.

Conservation note

Pages detached from the spine

Description source

Individual photographs titled on print (some include the photographer's series number) or in pencil on mount.

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Bequeathed by D.S. Mitchell, 1907

Administrative / Biographical history

Anson Brothers purchased Samuel Clifford's studio in 1878. J.W. Beattie worked for Anson Brothers 1882-1891. In 1891 Beattie bought Anson Brothers studio and negatives publishing them as his own.

Reference:
From notes by Alan Davies, Curator, State Library of NSW, 1984

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PX*D 221

Record Identifier

YK5Qpx0n

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https://collection.sl.nsw.gov.au/record/YK5Qpx0n

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442444

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