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Enemark collection of panoramic photographs [picture] / EB Studios
Bib ID 3044614
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Online Versions
Description [1917-1946] 
11 photographs : b&w. 
513 negatives b&w, nitrate. 
Summary

Panoramas around Sydney, some N.S.W. country towns and Canberra, taken with a professional Cirkut camera by John H. Enemark of EB Studios (a partnership with Hilda Bridges at 278 George Street, Sydney) and later by his niece Anne M. Enemark who took over the business after his death. Subjects also include coastal scenes, buildings, shipping, Sydney Harbour Bridge, industry and sporting events.

Notes

List available.

517 nitrate negatives held in Nitrate store.

Available online at: http://nla.gov.au/nla.pic-an11456834

P865.

Subjects Photography, Panoramic.  |  Beaches - New South Wales - Photographs.  |  Sydney (N.S.W.) - Photographs.  |  Sydney Harbour (N.S.W.) - Photographs  |  Picture - Panorama.
Other authors/contributors Enemark, John H  |  Enemark, Anne M., 1879?-1984  |  Bridges, Hilda  |  EB Studios (Sydney, N.S.W.)

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