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Photograph (black and white); view of the deck of the M V Imperial, with a White man standing on the deck; Australia.
Gelatin silver print
- Photographed in: Australia
- Width: 12.3 centimetres
- Height: 8.2 centimetres
Inscription Content49 3613 f6 30 M
Inscription Commenthandwritten in pencil
Related information: This photograph was found in a cigarette tin, which was placed in a larger box with other cigarette tins and photograph sleeves. The other cigarette tins and photograph sleeves contain photographs from Asia, Africa and Europe.
The cigarette tin contains the following information:
the front reads, 'CORK TIPPED TRADE MARK VIRGINIA CIGARETTES' and has XXVII written onto a label.
the side of the tin reads, '50 CRAVEN A CORK - TIPPED MADE BY CARRERAS LTD, (EST 1788) LONDON, ENGLAND.' and has 'Melbourne Also MV Port Alma. M.V.Imperial Star Sunsets at sea. Albatross etc.' written onto a label.
the inside of the tin reads, 'Made specially to prevent sore throats. CRAVEN "A" CORK-TIPPED VIRGINIA Are made from the finest imported matured Virginia Tobacco guaranteed pure and absolutely free from adulteration of any kind MADE BY CARRERAS LIMITED, ARCADIA WORKS, LONDON, NW.1 ENGLANDS LARGEST INDEPENDENT HIGH-CLASS CIGARETTE MANUFACTURERS
This particular photograph was found in a black sleeve inside the cigarette tin, with the information 'M.V. Imperial Star XXVII'
- Associated with: Australia
This box is part of a collection from Oceania, the Americas, Europe and Asia by Booth, consisting of 6 albums, three in Oceania and three in Asia, and a number of loose prints, likewise, from both Oceania, the Americas, Europe and Asia
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
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Object reference number: EPF107534
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