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c. 1900

Sepia (a) "Arbour Day, Claremont/1900" showing Mr J.W. Langsford under an umbrella in front of Claremont Council Chambers addressing crowd of people. Flags hanging from Chambers.

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Written in pencil on reverse of photograph "A1410/8 1/2 x 71/4 81K (?)/and Mt/fit in frame/ sent out/Mondy sure /Printing (Arbour Day/Claremont/1900) paid sure" (b) Written in pencil "fit up Monday/sure/A1410/. On reverse of base: Mr J.W. Langsford/AMP Buildings". On white sticker:- D 8/189 written in ink on white sticker.



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c. 1900
Claremont Museum

Claremont Museum

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