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Lantern Slide - 'Sordid Wood Sallow', 1920-1940 Reg. No: MM 035985
- Coloured lantern slide depicting a sordid wood swallow removing an egg shell from a nest in a tree.
Image by J. R. Kinghorn, (1891-1983), zoologist, museum curator and broadcaster. Kinghorn was employed at the Australian Museum in Sydney between 1907-1956.
- Standard format coloured glass lantern slide bound with black binding tape with square black frame surrounding image and white paper label positioned below image in centre of slide.
- Description Of Content:
- Photograph of a sordid wood swallow removing an egg shell from a nest.
|Tagged with:||lantern slides, birds|
|Themes this item is part of:||Images & Image Making Collection, Sustainable Futures Collection, James Roy Kinghorn, Zoologist & Museum Curator (1891-1983)|
|Primary Classification:||NATURAL SCIENCES|
|Tertiary Classification:||field observations - birds|
|Inscriptions:||Hand written in white ink on black paper frame above image: 74 J.R.Kinghorn
Hand written in white ink on black paper frame below image: Artamus Sordidus
Hand written in brown ink on white label below image: SORDID WOOD SWALLOW / REMOVING EGGSHELL
|Format:||Lantern Slide: Colour|
|Date Made:||Australia, 1920-1940|
|Photographer:||J Kinghorn, Australia, 1920-1940|
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