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Photograph (Early Gelatine Print, Cabinet Format) of T. D. Anderson, by W. K. Munro, Edinburgh, c.1892

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Inventory Number: 50398
Object Type:
Persons: W. K. Munro (Photographer)
Thomas David Anderson (Subject)
Date Created: c. 1892
Place Created: Edinburgh Scotland United Kingdom Europe
Brief Description: Early gelatine print mounted on card, cabinet format. Portrait of T. D. Anderson, head and shoulders, head facing left, vignetted. Thomas David Anderson (1853-1932) was an amateur astronomer in Edinburgh, who discovered the two novas mentioned in 1892 and 1901 respectively.
Primary Inscriptions: Printed photographer's details on front of mount. Identifying inscriptions on front and back, latter reading: 'Dr. T D Anderson Discoverer of Nova Aurigae & of Nova Persei'.
Provenance: Probably from the University Observatory, Oxford.
Collection Group:
Material(s): Paper
Card
Dimensions:
Height Width Depth Diameter Unit
166 106 mm

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