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Peggy Sager as the Ballerina in Petrouchka, Borovansky Ballet [picture]
Bib ID 3421459
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Online Versions
Description [between 1950 and 1959] 
1 photograph : b&w ; 25.7 x 16.9 cm. 
Series

Geoffrey Ingram archive of Australian ballet.

Notes

Title devised by cataloguer based on caption list prepared by researcher.

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Condition: Fair, torn upper left corner.

Part of the collection: Geoffrey Ingram archive of Australian ballet.

Also available in an electronic version via the Internet at: http:/­/­nla.gov.au/­nla.pic-vn3421459

Subjects Sager, Peggy, - 1924-2002 - Portraits.  |  Borovansky Ballet - Photographs.  |  Petrouchka (Choreographic work) - Photographs.  |  Ballet dancers - Australia - Portraits.
Occupation Ballet dancers.

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