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Two unidentified men hold newly made shoes outside the G.R. Gayleard Footwear factory, Vine street, Sydney, 17 July, 1968 [1] [picture] / John Mulligan
Bib ID 2477504
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Author
Mulligan, J. A. (John Aloysius), 1927-1996
 
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Description 1968 
1 negative : acetate, b&w ; 12 x 9.4 cm. 
Series

John Mulligan photograph collection, ca. 1960-1976.

Notes

Part of the collection: John Mulligan photograph collection, ca. 1960-1976.

This acetate negative has been discarded due to deterioration.

Title devised by cataloguer based on information supplied by photographer, see file 204/14/00154.

Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Canberra : National Library of Australia, 2003. 1 digital photograph : b&w Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
Subjects G. R. Gayleard Proprietary. Ltd. -- Photographs.  |  Shoes -- Photographs.  |  Footwear industry -- New South Wales -- Sydney -- Photographs.

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