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dc.contributor.authorHowship Studios
dc.descriptionA copy of a small photograph of Nunn Street Benalla in flood, showing shops, verandahs and various facades. William John Howship (1874-1932) opened a photography studio business in Nunn Street Benalla in April 1904. He expanded the business by selling small format Kodak cameras and providing a 24 hour film processing service as well as the actual photography work, both studio and outdoor. The collection consists of 1250 dry plate glass negative images created by Howship between 1904 and 1931. Images include views of Benalla and surrounding districts, local events such as floods, concerts and military ceremonies and a large body of portrait work. Inscription: 'Great Flood Benalla 24.9.16 is written on the original. Previous Control Number: UMA/I/5754 Previous Control Number: GPNB/994
dc.description205596 Item: [1988.0137.00196] "Nunn Street Benalla in flood on 24th September 1916."
dc.relation.ispartofFonds: [1988.0137] "HOWSHIP STUDIOS"
dc.titleNunn Street Benalla in flood on 24th September 1916.
dc.typeGlass plate negative
melbourne.archives.useconditionsThis image is provided for research purposes and must not be reproduced without prior permission of University of Melbourne Archives. For information about ordering a copy of this image contact the University of Melbourne Archives:
melbourne.internal.archivestypeArchives - Images
melbourne.contributor.authorHowship Studios
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