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Slide - Charles Brazenor Holding Black Tiger Snake, Franklin Island, South Australia, 1959 Reg. No: MM 15289
- This slide forms part of a much larger collection of images from the life and career of Hope Macpherson Black. They document her famous research trips to Macquarie Island as part of the first team of women permitted to research in the Antarctic. Other images document her earlier expeditions around Australia and her wedding in 1965, which under the Marriage Bar at the time required her to resign her position at the peak of her career. Finally a number of images capture her latter career as a science teacher.
- 35mm transparency in mount.
- Description Of Content:
- Man dressed in beige casual trousers, white shirt and hat standing on sand with right arm extended holding the tail of a black snack. A bag and tool on sand nearby.
- Acquisition Information:
- Donation from Paul Black, 2012
|Dimensions:||50 mm (Height), 50 mm (Width)|
|Tagged with:||snakes, antarctic research|
|Themes this item is part of:||Hope Black nee Macpherson, Curator of Molluscs (1919 - ), Public Life & Institutions Collection, Working Life & Trades Collection|
|Primary Classification:||MUSEUM HISTORY|
|Secondary Classification:||Working Life|
|Inscriptions:||Handwritten: Black Tiger, Goat (crossed through and replaced with) Franklin Island, 147
Printed: View from this side, Mount made in Australia
|Format:||Slide: Colour; 35 mm|
|Photographer:||Mrs Hope Black (nee Macpherson), Franklin Island, South Australia, Australia|
|Commissioned By:||National Museum of Victoria|
|Person Depicted:||Mr Charles Brazenor - National Museum of Victoria|
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