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Glass negative, full plate, 'A Forest Clearing', Kerry and Co, Sydney, Australia, c. 1905. Silver gelatin dry plate glass negative in landscape format. The image depicts a forest in the process of being cleared. A clear-felled tract of land can be seen in the foreground, centre and background of the image. Trunks and stumps from the felled trees can be seen in the area. Two men are depicted standing near a felled tree trunk in the centre of the image. Two dogs are depicted standing on the trunk. Forested hills can be seen in the far background of the image. Sparse scatterings of standing trees can be seen in the background of the image. An inscription on the reverse of this image suggests that it may have been taken on the Dorrigo plateau on the northern tablelands of New South Wales. The caption, studio mark and studio number are inscribed on the reverse of the negative. 52/21 Tyrrell Inventory Number, 887 Kerry Studio Number

Glass negative, full plate, 'A Forest Clearing', Kerry and Co, Sydney, Australia, c. 1905. Silver gelatin dry plate glass negative in landscape format. The image depicts a forest in the process of being cleared. A clear-felled tract of land can be seen in the foreground, centre and background of the image. Trunks and stumps from the felled trees can be seen in the area. Two men are depicted standing near a felled tree trunk in the centre of the image. Two dogs are depicted standing on the trunk. Forested hills can be seen in the far background of the image. Sparse scatterings of standing trees can be seen in the background of the image. An inscription on the reverse of this image suggests that it may have been taken on the Dorrigo plateau on the northern tablelands of New South Wales. The caption, studio mark and studio number are inscribed on the reverse of the negative. 52/21 Tyrrell Inventory Number, 887 Kerry Studio Number

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