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Papers of Harold Cazneaux 1952-2003 [manuscript]
Bib ID 693980
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Cazneaux, Harold, 1878-1953
 
Access Conditions Available for research. Not for loan. 
Description 1952-2003 
2 cm. 
Summary

Two xerox copies of an annotated script for a broadcast by Harold Cazneaux on the occasion of an exhibition of his work entitled 'A national tribute' (1952). Sydney photographer Monte Luke also takes a small part in the broadcast. The second part of the papers consists of notes about Cazneaux, by his daughter, Beryl Cazneaux (1978) and granddaughter, Sally Garrett.

Notes

Manuscript reference no.: MS 5955.

Related Material Papers of Harold Cazneaux, 1903-1984 (bulk 1903-1954); Located at; National Library of Australia Manuscript collection MS 8361. 
Reproduction Xerox copies. 
Subjects Cazneaux, Harold, - 1878-1953.  |  Cazneaux, Beryl, - 1911-1996.  |  Photographers - Australia.
Time Coverage 1952-2003 
Occupation Photographers.

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