J.P. (James Pinkerton) CAMPBELL, 'What tales the moon would tell' Enlarge 1 /3
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J.P. (James Pinkerton) CAMPBELL

Australia 1865 – 1935

'What tales the moon would tell' c.1896
Collection Title: Photograph album containing 45 photographs on 26 leaves
Materials & Technique: photographs, gelatin silver photograph, postcard print gelatin silver photograph Place Published: Album assembled London, U.K., c.1915

Primary Insc: Signed, l.r., sheet, in black pen and black ink "J.P.C.", not dated. Tertiary Inscriptions: In pen and black ink verso: Mansfield Tuesday. 4/9/10 Dear Miss Pitts,/ I couldn't come - the olive branch that I've been waiting for/ for ages was strewn in my path at No. 12 - / and I hung on - I know you'll be / glad - and also sorry I couldn't join the Alpiners - I did thpen and black ink I'd have / one day at least and stay a few days / after - I wired you on Friday morning / the offices being closed Thursday - Did a / few Alpine prints so as not to be quite / out of it. Hooray. James J.P.C.
Dimensions: album 14.4 h x 22.2 w x 4.6 d cm page 20.4 h x 13.4 w cm
Acknowledgement: Gift of Mrs A.C. Tyson 1983
Accession No: NGA 83.1372.6A
Subject: Romance Couple Rural