Fire burns out two floors of a building occupied by G.T. McOnie, 357 Sussex Street, Sydney

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Fire burns out two floors of a building occupied by G.T. McOnie, 357 Sussex Street, Sydney

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Australian Photographic Agency - 06609

Record identifier

nM7BegKY

Fire burns out two floors of a building occupied by G.T. McOnie, 357 Sussex Street, Sydney

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Fire burns out two floors of a building occupied by G.T. McOnie, 357 Sussex Street, Sydney

Full title

Fire burns out two floors of a building occupied by G.T. McOnie, 357 Sussex Street, Sydney

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Date

07 Apr 1959

Call Numbers

Australian Photographic Agency - 06609

Record Identifier

nM7BegKY
Physical Description

Contents

Photographs - 12 x 10 cm. - 1 photonegative

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Copyright status : Taken by Australian Photographic Agency for account: News 590839. Reproduction for purposes other than private study or research will require permission.

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Fire burns out two floors of a building occupied by G.T. McOnie, 357 Sussex Street, Sydney

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NOTES

General note

Digital order no:d7_06609

Alphanumeric designations

Original item no. ON 173

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Presented 1988

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Call Numbers

Australian Photographic Agency - 06609

Record Identifier

nM7BegKY

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18105

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