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Carte-de-Visite - Hannah Leeder

c. 1870

Carte-de-Visite of Hannah Leeder

Historical information

Hannah (b.1843) was the daughter of Frederick and Harriet Woodley Morrell (nee Davey).
This carte-de-visit was given to her brother Reuben Morrell.



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

Printed on front, "J. Manning Perth W.A."
Written on reverse, "For Reuben, with Hannahs love."

Place made
Western Australia
c. 1870
Primary significance criteria
Social or spiritual significance
Comparative significance criteria
Rare or representative
Well provenanced
Greenough Museum and Gardens

Greenough Museum and Gardens

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Carte-de-Visite - Hannah Leeder
Carte-de-Visite - Hannah Leeder (nee Morrell) c1870

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