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Group portrait of Mrs O'Hagon, Mrs Savage, Mrs Nance Mitchell, Reverend Carr, Mr Furniss, Mr Savage, Patrick O'Hagon and Alex Mitchell and a child holding flags and coats of arms, approximately 1940 / Albert Dryer
Bib ID 6492785
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline [still image, sheet]
Author
Dryer, Albert, 1888-1963, photographer
 
Online Versions
Description approximately 1940 
1 photograph : black and white ; 7 x 9.7 cm 
Series

Albert Dryer photograph collection, 1914-1955.

Notes

Title devised by cataloguer from captions list.

Part of the collection: Albert Dryer photograph collection, 1914-1955.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-141809515

Subjects Political activists -- Australia -- Portraits.
Occupation Political activists.

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