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Sepia photograph of David Thomas Morrell

c. 1890

Sepia photograph of head and upper torso of a man

Historical information

David Thomas Morrell (1851-1930) was a farmer at Northam. This photograph would have been sent to his brother Reuben who moved to Greenough and purchased what is now known as Ironbarks Farm.



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Item type
106 mm
Height or length
138 mm
Contextual Information

It has an important connection to the Morrell family.

Place made
Western Australia
c. 1890
Primary significance criteria
Social or spiritual significance
Comparative significance criteria
Well provenanced
Greenough Museum and Gardens

Greenough Museum and Gardens

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Sepia photograph of David Thomas Morrell
Sepia photograph of David Thomas Morrell

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