[Sketches of Aborigines of New South Wales, ca. 1836 / attributed to W.H. Fernyhough]

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[Sketches of Aborigines of New South Wales, ca. 1836 / attributed to W.H. Fernyhough]

Call numbers

DL PX 47

Record identifier

nmQd3Rxn

[Sketches of Aborigines of New South Wales, ca. 1836 / attributed to W.H. Fernyhough]

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[Sketches of Aborigines of New South Wales, ca. 1836 / attributed to W.H. Fernyhough]

Full title

[Sketches of Aborigines of New South Wales, ca. 1836 / attributed to W.H. Fernyhough]

Date

ca. 1836

Call Numbers

DL PX 47

Record Identifier

nmQd3Rxn

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Physical Description

Contents

1 album with marbled covers (8 pencil drawings) - 23.4 x 14.7 cm. (sketchbook) ; 24.5 x 15.6 x 1 cm.

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Fonds

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Out of copyright

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

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

1. Piper. The Native who accompanied Major Mitchell, to the Interior of the Country.
2. Cullabaa. / Native of Lake George. Five Islands Tribe.
3. Punch. / Wife of Cullabaa, Broken Bay Tribe.
4. Bungaree. Late Chief of the Broken Bay Tribe, near Sidney [i.e. Sydney]
5. Gooseberry. / Widow of King Bungaree.
6. Mickie. / Lake Macquarie...

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Full title

[Sketches of Aborigines of New South Wales, ca. 1836 / attributed to W.H. Fernyhough]

AUTHORS, ARTISTS AND CONTRIBUTORS

NOTES

General note

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Signature / Inscriptions

Handwritten in black in on front of notebook, "Hatful / Nov 1..."
"Rodius's Sketch Book" embossed on spine of case for volume.
Drawings are titled in ink at lower edge.

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Bequeathed by Sir William Dixson, 1952
Transfer from Drawer 24, 1983

Exhibited in

Mari Nawi : Aboriginal Odysseys 1790-1850

Dead Central

Administrative / Biographical history

Thomas Hatfield was a sketcher who visited Sydney in 1838-1839. Identified as "T.S.H", he was also known as "Hatfull" and may be the artist whose surname appears on the front of the notebook. -- Reference: Dictionary of Australian Artists / by Joan Kerr. Melb, Vic : Oxford University Press, 1992.

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DL PX 47

Record Identifier

nmQd3Rxn

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Reference code

442795

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