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Mystery tin type of Australian Aboriginal girl surfaces - all advice welcome (Aug 2014)

HelloA group of us in Australia are trying to work out the identity of the girl,  location in Australia, date of this tin type, photographer/studio ...  - all thoughts/information very welcome.…Continue

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Mystery tin type of Australian Aboriginal girl surfaces - all advice welcome (Aug 2014)

HelloA group of us in Australia are trying to work out the identity of the girl,  location in Australia, date of this tin type, photographer/studio ...  - all thoughts/information very welcome. Currently haven't obtained any further information than the article - link is:http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-08-26/tintype-photo/5687622…See More
Aug 31, 2014
Graham Wood commented on Julie Gough's blog post 1862 International Exhibition London [Tasmanian exhibit]
"Hello Julie Regarding photographs of the 1862 exhibition - the London Stereoscopic Co bought the sole rights to photograph in the Exhibition building so if they didn't take photos of the exhibits there are unlikely to be any others , unless the…"
Jun 18, 2012
Julie Gough commented on Julie Gough's blog post 1862 International Exhibition London [Tasmanian exhibit]
"Thanks very much Robert and Michael, I will look for that book, and hope Graham might be able to help. Meanwhile I have found an ebook scan of the 1862 catalogue vol 3 (with the Tasmanian exhibits) - written info…"
Jun 16, 2012
Michael Pritchard commented on Julie Gough's blog post 1862 International Exhibition London [Tasmanian exhibit]
"Graham Wood who is contributor here may also be able to assist as he has done work on stereocards from the 1862 exhibition."
Jun 16, 2012
Robert Pols commented on Julie Gough's blog post 1862 International Exhibition London [Tasmanian exhibit]
"The London Stereoscopic and Photographic Company's stereo view of the Tasmanian Court is featured in 3D Expo 1862 by Michael Tongue (Discovery Books, 2006), pp102/3. (I'm not sure, though, that it will prove a very helpful image.)"
Jun 16, 2012
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"I am researching photographs made in/sent from Van Diemen's Land/Tasmania pre 1900 of Tasmanian Aboriginal people; my family history/story."
Jun 15, 2012
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1862 International Exhibition London [Tasmanian exhibit]

Hello allI am hoping there might be images of the Tasmanian section of the  1862 International Exhibition in London that anyone could direct me to web-link-wise, or otherwise. I am further hoping to be able to see/identify the busts and subjects of photographs that were listed as exhibited - a long shot I know !Also I would really appreciate help to find/obtain a listing of all the Tasmanian exhibits/exhibitors, because I have only found a partial list to date.thanks very much for any helpJulieSee More
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1862 International Exhibition London [Tasmanian exhibit]

Hello all

I am hoping there might be images of the Tasmanian section of the  1862 International Exhibition in London that anyone could direct me to web-link-wise, or otherwise. I am further hoping to be able to see/identify the busts and subjects of photographs that were listed as exhibited - a long shot I know !

Also I would really appreciate help to find/obtain a listing of all the Tasmanian exhibits/exhibitors, because I have only found a partial list to date.

thanks…

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