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Scenes in Darwin and portraits of Aborigines during World War II / Ray Bice
Bib ID 1192851
Format PicturePicture [still image, sheet]
Author
Bice, Ray, 1926-1992, photographer
 
Access Conditions Restricted access: Photographs of ceremonies of Indigenous Australians are restricted. 
Description 1939-1945 
65 photographs ; gelatin silver ; 8.2 x 10.8 cm or less. 
Summary

Photographs of Darwin showing street scenes, buildings and the surrounding area; portraits of Aborigines in the Darwin area; some cave drawings.

Biography/History

Mr Ray Bice was an officer in the Australian Navy stationed in Darwin during the war.

Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Portraits.  |  World War, 1939-1945 -- Northern Territory -- Darwin -- Photographs.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Rites and ceremonies -- Photographs.  |  Art, Aboriginal Australian -- Northern Territory -- Photographs.  |  Darwin (N.T.) -- Photographs.  |  Photographs 1993.

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