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A patrol bathing in the Yarra, near Xmas [i.e. Christmas] camp, 1909-12

 Item
Reference Code: GBR/0115/RCS/Fisher 24/6522

Scope and Contents

From the File:

This album now contains photographs numbered in the ranges 6178-6238A and 6501-6612 (originally there were 167). Added numbers are 6238A, 6515A and 6547A; spoiled: 6198; not used: 6210, 6212, 6217, 6228, 6232, 6502, 6604 and 6611; missing: 6184, 6197, 6199, 6205, 6209, 6211, 6220, 6230, 6233, 6235, 6501, 6513-6516, 6520-6521, 6527-6529, 6538, 6540, 6545, 6552-6554, 6556-65563, 6565, 6582, 6600-6602, 6605-6606 and 6608.

Subjects covered in this album are:
Malta: views from sea - Marfa, Comino [also known as Kemmuna], Gozo [also known as Ghawdex]; Gozo: farmhouse; Rabat; Gigantea. Malta: prehistoric statues in museum; Governor's Palace; Valetta and Floriana; prehistoric temples: Coradino, Hagar Kim, Menaidra; three cities; Maltese man and woman.
Australia: voyage on R.M.S. 'Omrah'; Melbourne; Scout camp at Eltham, Yarra River; Burnie, Tasmania; Emu Bay Railway: Zeehan, Oonah Smelteries, Strahan Bay; Mount Lyell Mine, railway; Scottsdale: rural scenes and mines; Launceston: general views and Cataract Gorge.



Dates

  • 1909-12

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Language of Materials

English

General

PJ.

Finding aid date

2002-10-02 10:03:01+00:00

Includes index.

Repository Details

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