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Feeding the pigeons, the Gorge, Launceston, Tasmania, approximately 1906 / S. Spurling
Bib ID 7251527
Format PicturePicture [still image, sheet]
Author
Spurling, Stephen, II, 1847-1924, photographer
 
Description approximately 1906 
1 photograph : black and white ; 8 x 13.5 cm 
Series

Tony Coleing collection of postcards, stereographs and glass lantern slides.

Notes

Title devised by cataloguer.

Inscription: "Feeding the pigeons, the Gorge, Launceston Tas. Spurling photo."--On image.

Part of the collection: Tony Coleing collection of postcards, stereographs and glass lantern slides.

Subjects Launceston (Tas.) -- Photographs.

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