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Photograph (Gelatine Print) of a Group of Scientists and Others Visiting a Mine at Broken Hill, New South Wales, Including and Probably by N. V. Sidgwick, 1914

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Inventory Number: 60471
Object Type:
Persons: Nevil Vincent Sidgwick Arthur Robert Dwerryhouse (Subject)
George William Lamplugh (Subject)
Date Created: 1914
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Brief Description: Gelatine print. Group portrait of British scientists and their local guides visiting the North Mine at Broken Hill, New South Wales, during the 1914 meeting in Australia of the British Association for the Advancement of Science. They are mostly wearing miner's jackets and hats. Among those present (identified in the inscription on the back) are the geologists A. R. Dwerryhouse and G. W. Lamplugh, and the Oxford chemist N. V. Sidgwick, to whom the photograph belonged and who may well also have taken it.
Primary Inscriptions: Inscribed on back: '92 The party in the N. mine | Broken Hill | Dwerryhouse, Lamplugh local NVS | local Miss Gregory Boulton Chaltay[?] local.'.
Provenance: From N. V. Sidgwick via the Oxford Chemistry Department.
Collection Group: Sidgwick Photographs
Material(s): Paper
Dimensions:
Height Width Depth Diameter Unit
122 160 mm

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