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B/W photographic negative of James Drummond Jnr.
Showing an elderly man in formal pose, wearing frock coat with tie, shirt, pants and boots.
Hair is combed back, clean shaven but with short neck beard.

The negative is in excellent condition.

Historical information

This style of clothing and facial hair is found within the convict period 1850s-1870s.



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The positive photograph is accessioned in the Shire of Toodyay heritage collections under accession number 2001.1363 and was reproduced in "The Drummonds of Hawthornden" by Rica Erickson, opposite p.136

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Shire of Toodyay

Shire of Toodyay

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