Rev D.L. Francis
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- Rev D.L. Francis
Photograph (black and white); view from land to sea, with the Southern Cross, missionary ship, anchored off the coast; Tavalavala, Vanuatu.
Gelatin silver print
- 1938 (circa)
- Photographed in: Tavalavala
- Height: 9.4 centimetres (image)
- Width: 7 centimetres (image)
- Height: 10.7 centimetres (mount)
- Width: 9.5 centimetres (mount)
Inscription Positionback of mount
Inscription Content46 42
Inscription Commenthandwritten in pencil
Inscription Positionfront of mount
Inscription Commentprinted on white label
It is believed that this image has been taken from the original image Oc,A5.143 and re-printed in a oval shape.This image is mounted on brown card. It is believed that a selection of Rev D L Photographs were mounted into an photographic album, with brown card. See: Oc,CA6.119 (MM034216-65) in the BM Pictorial Collection.
image affixed to mount with use of photographic corners. image torn, bottom right hand side
- Topographic representation of: Tavalavala
Collection of photographs acquired for the Museum of Mankind in 1992 by Ben Burt, as a gift from the executors of Rev. Francis' estate. The collection is comprised of 3 albums, and 1 box: Oc-A4 (stored in a ring binder folder and also in a box, additionally labelled with the registration number Oc-A4, containing large photographs) Oc-A5 (stored in a ring binder folder) Oc-A6 (stored in a ring binder folder) A box of large photographic prints, additionally labelled with the registration number Oc-A5 and Oc-A6 Oc-B104 (stored in a ring binder box).
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
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Object reference number: EPF93608
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