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Victoria: A Camera Study by Frank Hurley

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Frank Hurley travelled the length and breadth of Victoria to gather these superb and beautiful photographic records and his selection of subjects gives a fascinating panorama of this prosperous and progressive State.
Hardcover, 107 pages
Published 1956 by John Sands Pty, Ltd. Sydney
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Interesting book on the area around Melbourne in the 1940s.
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Captain James Francis (Frank) Hurley, OBE was an adventurer and photographer.

At the beginning of Hurley's career, the explorer Douglas Mawson "took a chance on the confident young man. And so did Kodak. Hurley, whose postcard business was suffering through a recession, was in debt to a local branch of Kodak. The Kodak manager provided photographic equipment, and Hurley went off on the Mawson exped
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