These images are scans of a collection of cabinet cards (also known as post cards) from Ross Edmonds of Newcastle, New South Wales. The collection was loaned to Cultural Collections for digitisation in September 2019. We thank Ross Edmonds for allowing us to share his collection with the wider community.
The post card collection contains portraits of people and family groups from various photography studios around the world. The reverse side (verso) of most of the post cards have also been scanned.
The Ross Edmonds Collection can be experienced here:
You are welcome to use the images for study and personal research purposes. Please acknowledge as Courtesy of the “Ross Edmonds Collection, University of Newcastle (Australia)” For commercial requests please contact Cultural Collections at email@example.com
We thank our work integrated learning student Ali Chandio and professional placement student Shaista Poonawalla for their work in digitising this Collection for free and open public access. Image editing, metadata entry and upload to Livinghistories@UON completed by Ashleigh Miller (Digitisation assistant).
The digitisation of these archives in the GLAMx Lab was made possible by the kind generosity of the Vera Deacon Regional History Fund. To continue this valuable work please consider making a donation to the Fund. If you have any information about this image, please contact Cultural Collections or add a Recollection, using these instructions.
Gionni Di Gravio
University Archivist & Chair, Hunter Living Histories
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I believe that the “portrait of a man (in a clerical collar) by Moss” is Bishop Tyrrell