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Post Info TOPIC: Glass negatives from 1880's to 1930's approx


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Glass negatives from 1880's to 1930's approx


On line auction of 8000 or so. Some very good history. You can type in "keywords " for areas of interest, or just scroll through

https://www.lloydsonline.com.au/AuctionLots.aspx?smode=0&aid=22852&_ga=2.8472693.1727374556.1624398348-1339696953.1624398348



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My Great Grandfather on my Mothers side was H.B. Ballard, traveling Photographer.

www.photographersofmaitland.org/Ballard.php

My mother had a large wooden trunk with all his cameras, tripods, paints, scales and glass slides, when Mum and Dad moved into
a caravan Dad threw them onto Dungog garbage tip without even asking me if I wanted them!

Bugger!

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Possibly got washed out in the last Dungog flood?

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