Photographic negative showing restoration work on the Duigan Biplane at the Science Museum of Victoria on Feb 24, 1970. Designed and constructed by J. R. Duigan in 1910, the biplane was the first aircraft to be manufactured and flown in Australia. It was displayed at Queen's Hall in the Swanston Street building until 1970, when it was moved to McArthur Hall.

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Process of Covering Duigan Aircraft Frame as Part of the Restortation, 24 Feb 1970.

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Black and white negative.

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