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Portrait of Frank Povah [picture]
Bib ID 1180264
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Author
Meredith, John, 1920-2001
 
Online Versions
Description [199-?] 
1 photograph : gelatin silver, sepia toned ; 18.9 x 23.7 cm. 
Series

Real Folk portrait photographs, 1953-1992.

Summary

"Frank lives in a self-built colonial cottage at O'Briens Crossing near Wallah, N.S.W. He plays blues guitar and auto-harp and is well known as a folklorist, author and singer. Born 1940."--Typed on card enclosed with photograph.

Notes

Title from label on back of print.

This photograph was taken as part of John Meredith's "Real Folk" Australian folklore recording project.

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Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-139579664

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Subjects Povah, Frank -- Portraits.  |  Musicians -- New South Wales -- Portraits.  |  Autoharp.  |  Folklorists -- New South Wales -- Portraits.  |  Folk music -- New South Wales.

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