Black & white photograph of Gerry Gee junior perfomring on stage during the Tarex Show.
Description of Content
Black & White photograph of Gerry Gee Junior doll on white stand behind is a curtain background, TV equipment and set props features (from left to right) on either side of the stand
Black & White photograph with a straight edge
This item is part of a growing collection of material relating to the migration and settlement experiences of Leo and Hilda Sterne who arrived in Melbourne in 1939. They immediately established a business that became one of the most successful doll and toy manufactures in post-war Melbourne.
The L.J. Sterne Doll Company (1939-71) is significant as one of the few surviving collections related to an Australian toy and doll manufacturer, a once thriving industry in Australia. Only the A.L. Lindsay and Co. archive at the Powerhouse Museum and the Jakas Toys collection at Museum Victoria are comparable.
This collection of photographs, business and promotional documents, dolls, and toys enables the exploration of many Australian post-war historical and social themes including: local television and manufacturing industries; design and production innovation; marketing and merchandising; childhood; gender and cultural representations; leisure and sport; and key cultural and historical events.
Place & Date Depicted
Photograph, Black & White
Type of item
Overall Dimensions - Folded
90 (Length), 70 (Width)