Blue Mountains Local History

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<p>Date Range: c. 1875

 

Format: albumen silver photoprint, plate size - 9 ¼" x 7 ½" , print size - 230 mm x 192 mm, photographer unidentified.

 

Location: Wentworth Falls lookout, overlooking Jamison Valley and the waterfall

 

Licensing: attribution, share alike, creative commons.

 

Repository: Blue Mountains City Library bmcc.ent.sirsidynix.net.au/client/en_AU/default/

 

Part of: Local Studies Collection, The J B North Album

 

Provenance: purchased</p>

Here you will find selected high resolution images from our collection. You will find over 700 images which we think are useful, interesting, quirky, historically significant, possess artistic merit, or we just want to know more about. Feel free to comment and add more information if you wish. Contact the Library directly with any enquiries. The majority of these images are available under a Creative Commons, Share Alike licence, with Attribution (CC-BY-SA) to Blue Mountains City Library. Please send us a link to the image as used or a copy of the publication. If you have any older Blue Mountains photos, albums or other historical material you would like to donate to the library collection, contact us at bmlibrary@bmcc.nsw.gov.au.

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