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Panoramas of Sydney and North Sydney, chiefly ca. 1920

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Record title

Panoramas of Sydney and North Sydney, chiefly ca. 1920

Call numbers

PXD 891

Record identifier

Yr8RBG8n

Panoramas of Sydney and North Sydney, chiefly ca. 1920

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Panoramas of Sydney and North Sydney, chiefly ca. 1920

Full title

Panoramas of Sydney and North Sydney, chiefly ca. 1920

Date

1893, 1919-1935

Call Numbers

PXD 891

Record Identifier

Yr8RBG8n
Physical Description

Contents

Photographs - 30.5 x 121 cm. or smaller - 11 photoprints

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Level of description

Fonds

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

1. Peace Celebrations, Sydney 1919. Scene in McQuarrie [Macquarie] Street. [Shows crowds and parade down Macquarie Street]
2. Sydney Harbour from North Shore / Hall & Co. [Possibly taken from SCEGS (Holtermann) Tower. Shows Lavender Bay and North Sydney (Blue Street?) in the foreground]
3. Manly / Hall & Co. [Shows Manly Cove, ferry wharf, J...

ALTERNATIVE TITLES

Full title

Panoramas of Sydney and North Sydney, chiefly ca. 1920

AUTHORS, ARTISTS AND CONTRIBUTORS

NOTES

General note

Several photographs have copies already held in the Library available at Location Numbers: XV1/1920/2,4,7,8

Signature / Inscriptions

Titled at lower edge

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Pic.Acc.5268 (no.1)
Pic.Acc.7068 (nos. 2-8, 11)
Pic.Acc.6687 (nos. 9-10)

Identifiers

PRIMARY IDENTIFIERS

Call Numbers

PXD 891

Record Identifier

Yr8RBG8n

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OTHER IDENTIFIERS

Reference code

420907

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