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[Natalia Makarova, guest performer with Ballet Victoria, Palais Theatre, 1975] [picture] / [Walter Stringer]
Bib ID 1585842
Format PicturePicture
Author
Stringer, Walter, 1907-2001
 
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Description 1975 
1 album (12 photographs) : col. ; 9 x 12.4 cm. 
Series

W.F. Stringer collection.

Summary

These photographs record guest performances with Ballet Victoria by Natalia Makarova and Mikhail Baryshnikov. Natalia Makarova appears in all the photographs and Mikhail Baryshnikov appears in one. The album belonged to Walter Stringer.

Notes

Condition: good.

Title supplied by cataloguer.

Photographs are glued into a brown album.

Inscriptions: "Palais Theatre, Ballet Victoria, Natalia Makarova, dying swan"--Written in pen below photographs on the first page of the album.

Part of the W.F. Stringer collection.

Sub-series of

Main collection: W.F. Stringer collection

Subjects Makarova, Natalia, 1940- -- Portraits.  |  Palais Theatre (St. Kilda, Vic.) -- Photographs.  |  Ballerinas -- Portraits.
Other authors/contributors Ballet Victoria

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