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Carte-de-Visite of James Woodley Morrell

c. 1880

Sepia studio portrait of head and upper torso of a bearded man in a suit

Historical information

James Woodley Morrell (1847-1919) was a farmer at Northam and older brother of Reuben Morrell of Ironbarks Farm, North Greenough.
Tasman Latimer was a photographer at Perth in 1887-89.



Registration number
Item type
63 mm
Height or length
105 mm
Inscriptions and markings

Text on lower front, "T. Latimer Hay Street, Perth, W.A."

Contextual Information

This photograph has remained in the Morrell family collection since it was first given c1887.

Place made
Western Australia
c. 1880
Primary significance criteria
Social or spiritual significance
Comparative significance criteria
Well provenanced
Greenough Museum and Gardens

Greenough Museum and Gardens

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Carte-de-Visite of James Woodley Morrell
Carte-de-Visite of James Woodley Morrell

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