Collection Pr - Photographic reproduction collection

Stretcher bearers at Gallipoli Captured Turkish equipment Battleship  - Queen Elizabeth at Lemnos Graves at Gallipoli Indian mule transport Dugouts at Gallipoli Dead horses on the beach First artillery gun Saphis [Spahis ] at  Lemnos Island Murphy and the donkey Indian camp Battleship with soldiers Saps for mule transport Big bombardment The Pass Gun dugouts in the mountains Contingent of guardsmen Military parade Uniformed men in parade Military parade of uniformed men military parade of uniformed men Domain House - front view Domain House - side view Exterior of physical laboratory at the rear of  Domain House Interior of physical laboratory at the rear of  Domain House Entrance to physical laboratory and registrars office at Domain House Exterior of chemical laboratory at Domain House Interior of chemical laboratory at Domain House Corner of the library at Domain House Index to glass plate collection Domain House Library Domain House Staff Registrar, James Henry Robert Cruickshank and his wife Mary Sarah Dunbabin

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Photographic reproduction collection


  • c1900 (Creation)

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multiple boxes of glass plates and associated prints

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Collected by the University of Tasmania Library

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Collection consists of glass photographic plates in a variety of sizes with most having a contact print made from the plate

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Conditions governing reproduction

This material is made available for personal research and study purposes under the University of Tasmania Standard Copyright Licence. For any further use permission should be obtained from the copyright owners. For assistance please contact

When reusing this material, please cite the reference number and provide the following acknowledgement:
“Courtesy of the UTAS Library Special & Rare Collections”

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Dates of creation revision deletion

HE April 2018




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