The Hotel, Mount Kosciusko, New South Wales, 1909
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350 x 274 mm. A snow scene with skiers in the foreground, with the hotel behind and halfway up the hillside. The opening of Kosciusko as a ski resort was directly due to the work of the famous Sydney photographer Charles Kerry, who in the winter of 1897 led a party from Jindabyne to the summit of Mt. Kosciusko, which in turn led to the building of the hotel and roads.
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