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Four young Aboriginal women at Coranderrk Station, Healesville, Victoria, approximately 1910
Bib ID 6448683
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline [still image, sheet]
Online Versions
Description between 1880 and 1924 
1 postcard : colour ; 8.8 x 13.7 cm 
Series

Jim Davidson Australian postcard collection, 1880-1980.

Notes

Title devised by cataloguer.

Part of the: Jim Davidson Australian postcard collection, 1880-1980.

Condition: Staining on reverse.

Inscription: "Types of Aboriginal beauty, Coranderrk Station, Vic."--Printed on postcard.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-153090973

Subjects Coranderrk Aboriginal Station -- Pictorial works.  |  Women, Aboriginal Australian -- Victoria -- Coranderrk -- Pictorial works.  |  Healesville (Vic) -- Pictorial works.

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