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Photograph - Dining Room Interior, England, circa 1929 Image Reg. No: MM 113774

One of ninety three images from a photograph album brought to Australia by Archibald Gordon Maclaurin when he migrated in 1928. It includes early photos of his pre-migration trips to France, as well as photos he added once in Australia, including photos sent to him by family in England, and images from his migration journey.
Monochrome silver gelatin photograph.
Description Of Content:
Dining room interior showing a table, chairs, painting, glass cabinet and curtains.
Acquisition Information:
Donation from Mrs Jocelyn Maclaurin, 2004
Source: Museum Victoria
Discipline: History
Dimensions: 67 mm (Height), 45 mm (Width)

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Tagged with: families, immigration, chairs, tables, paintings, houses, interior views, photography, domestic environment, dining rooms, living rooms, curtains, cabinets, british immigration, brought goods, tomatoes
Themes this item is part of: Archibald Gordon Maclaurin, English Migrant, 1928, Domestic & Community Life Collection, Migration Collection, Transport Collection, Working Life & Trades Collection
Primary Classification: DOMESTIC LIFE
Secondary Classification: Residential Buildings
Tertiary Classification: dining rooms
Inscriptions: Printed in grey ink on back of photograph: 'VELOX.' [repeated]

Hand written in black ink on back of photograph: 'This was 10 seconds. / note English tomatoes / on table! The old / wireless box has a lock on now & M keeps / think in it that are HERS. / C cant pry into it!! / I shall eventually / turn it into a writing / desk. (Some Day)'

Printed in black ink on back of photograph: '4 121'
Format: Photograph: Monochrome
Place & Date Depicted: England, Great Britain, circa 1929
Creator: Archibald Maclaurin, circa 1920s-1930s

Of Album
User: Archibald Maclaurin, Essendon, Victoria, Australia, 1928-1967

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