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Aboriginal Australian boy eating a witchetty grub, approximately 1966 / Robin Smith
Bib ID 6485239
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline [still image, online resource]
Author
Smith, Robin (Robin Vaughan Francis), 1927- photographer
 
Online Access
Description approximately 1966 
1 online resource (1 photograph) : TIFF file, colour. 
Series

Smith, Robin (Robin Vaughan Francis), 1927- Aboriginal Australian communities, 1960-1979.

Technical Details

Mode of access: Online. 

Notes

Title devised by cataloguer from information provided in acquisitions documentation.

Part of the collection: Aboriginal Australian communities, 1960-1979.

Subjects Boys, Aboriginal Australian -- Portraits.  |  Animals - Invertebrates - Insects - Grubs / Witchetty.  |  Edible caterpillars -- Australia -- Photographs.  |  Food - Bush tucker.  |  Wild foods -- Australia -- Photographs.
Other authors/contributors Smith, Robin (Robin Vaughan Francis), 1927-
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