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Photograph - 'A Sequestered Nook', by A.J. Campbell, Werribee Gorge, Victoria, Nov 1896 Image Reg. No: MM 027281

Summary:
Image taken by A.J. Campbell on one of two camp outings with the Working Men's College Photogrpahic Club to Werribee Gorge in November 1895 and 1896. The image is part of a Photograph album containing 181 black and white and sepia toned photographs taken by A.J. Campbell, ornithologist, during field trips to various parts of Australia. One of two albums covering these trips [see also HT 15824]
Description Of Content:
A man seated on a rock by a creek flowing through scrub covered hills.
Acquisition Information:
Transfer from Museum Victoria Natural Science
Discipline: Technology
Dimensions: 148 mm (Height), 203 mm (Width)

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Tagged with: hills, rivers
Themes this item is part of: The Working Men's College Photographic Club, The Working Men's College Photographic Club, Working Men's College Photographic Club Camp Out 1896, Melbourne Working Men's College (RMIT), Archibald James Campbell, Naturalist (1853-1929), A.J. Campbell Collection, Science & Measurement Collection, Sustainable Futures Collection
Primary Classification: RECREATION & TOURISM
Secondary Classification: Fishing
Tertiary Classification: freshwater
Original Caption: The Working Man's College Photo-Club. Camp-Outings. 'WERRIBEE GORGE' Novembers 1895, 1896. A Sequestered Nook.
Format: Photograph: Colour; See Dimensions
Place & Date Depicted: Werribee Gorge, Victoria, Australia, Nov 1896
Creator: Archibald Campbell, Nov 1896
Organiser of Expedition: Melbourne Working Mens' College Photography Club, 1896

This image was taken by A.J Campbell on one of two camp outings with the Working Men's College Photogrpahic Club to Werribee Gorge in Nov 1895 and 1896.

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