One of seventy six photographs in a photograph album. Twenty-three photographs are of the Melbourne International Exhibition of 1880. The other forty-nine photographs are from 'Frith's Series'. These large-format images were taken by British photographer Francis Frith or members of his staff, of Gibraltar, and villages and towns in Britain.

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Photograph of a rotunda in the main street of Dunster, England with a Castle in the distance. The rutunder was previoulsy used to house a local yarn market. Three men can be seen on the left standing around a horse and cart whilst another three men are standing to the right in front of a building called 'GENERAL WAREHOUSE'. Photograph taken by Francis Frith, circa 1870.

Physical Description

Albumen photograph mounted on buff-coloured card in red, cloth-covered, photograph album with decorative gold tooled border and gold tooled lettering in centre of front cover.

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