Bermuda Cottage, 1951 - 1953
Scope and Contents
The caption on the face of the print reads: 'Architecture in Bermuda follows the more or less unique pattern. This little cottage nestling among Bermuda cedar trees is typical of buildings in Bermuda, with its stepped, whitewashed roof, designed for catching rainwater for drinking purposes. Both the typed caption, and the reverse of the print (handwritten in pencil) have the reference '4711-33'. The print is also stamped by the Bermuda News Bureau, with the photographers name.
- 1951 - 1953
- Perinchief (fl 1952, photographer) (Person)
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Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements
Perinchief, -, fl 1952, photographer
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