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Panorama of John Fell oil works, Newnes, New South Wales [picture] / EB Studios
Bib ID 5018117
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Online Versions
Description between 1917 and 1946 
1 negative : nitrate ; 19.5 x 120.6 cm. 
Series

Enemark collection of panoramic photographs.

Notes

Part of collection: Enemark collection of panoramic photographs.

Title devised by cataloguer based on acquisitions documentation.

Condition: Creases.

Also available in an electronic version via the Internet at: http:/­/­nla.gov.au/­nla.pic-vn5018117

Subjects John Fell & Co.  |  Newnes Oil Works - Photographs.  |  Oil-shale industry - New South Wales - Newnes - Photographs.  |  Mines and mineral resources - New South Wales - Newnes - Photographs.  |  Newnes (N.S.W.) - Photographs.
Other authors/contributors EB Studios (Sydney, N.S.W.)

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