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Photograph, Bishop Goldsmith


Black and white photograph, dated 1911. Printed onto a postcard marked Kodak Australia. Inscribed on the back with text: Frederick Goldsmith D.D. First Bishop of Bunbury WA.

Historical information

Image of Bishop Frederick Goldsmith (1853-1932), first Anglican Bishop of Bunbury in the South West of Western Australia.



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Item type
84 mm
Height or length
135 mm
Inscriptions and markings

"Ford Studio BUNBURY" indented into the bottom LH corner. "1911" written in ink on bottom RH corner. Some damage to surface at top LH corner, and some small marks from a liquid.

Contextual Information

An individual who became the inspiration for a stained glass window created for the Chapel of St. Francis and St. Clare, the School Chapel at the Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School. Bishop Frederick Goldsmith served as the first Anglican Bishop of Bunbury between 1904 and 1917.

Place made
Western Australia
Primary significance criteria
Artistic or aesthetic significance
Historic significance
Social or spiritual significance
Comparative significance criteria
Rare or representative
Well provenanced

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Attribution requirements

Ford Studio

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