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Olga Roncoroni with cat, Walter Neustatter and his aunt, Henry Handel Richardson at Westfield, Lyme Regis, England, ca. 1925
Bib ID 6297792
Format PicturePicture [still image, sheet]
Description 1925 
1 photograph : sepia toned ; 10.8 x 8.2 cm 
Series

Collection of Henry Handel Richardson photographs.

Notes

Title devised from caption list.

Inscription: "Henry Handel Richardson, Olga & Walter at Lyme."--On reverse.

Part of the collection: Collection of Henry Handel Richardson photographs.

Condition: Yellowing and spotting

Source of Acquisition Donated to the National Library of Australia by Dorothy Green. 
Subjects Neustatter, Walter -- Photographs.  |  Richardson, Henry Handel, 1870-1946 -- Photographs.  |  Roncoroni, Olga M., 1893-1982 -- Photographs.  |  Authors, Australian -- 20th century -- Photographs.
Occupation Authors.

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