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Photograph of the trading ketch Lunawanna at the Hobart Regatta


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Baily, Henry Photograph of the trading ketch Lunawanna at the Hobart Regatta. [Image] (Unpublished)

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Photograph of the Lunawanna, a 25 tons ketch,built by Purdon &
Featherstone in 1911 for J Sward of Kettering. The Lunawanna
was a beautiful little ship, and won many regatta races,
before being acquired in 1927 for use in the South Sea
Islands trade. The photographer was Henry Baily, son of Henry Hall Baily a Tasmanian portrait and landscape photographer who operated a photographic studio from Elizabeth and Liverpool Street, Hobart between 1865-1918. After Baily seniors death in 1910, the studio was managed by his son, also called Henry, until 1918. From Photograph Collection Pr.Shp. 8

Item Type: Image
Keywords: Photograph, Tasmania, regatta, trading ketch, University of Tasmania, Special & Rare Collections, Baily, photographer
Collections: Other Special Collections
Photograph Collection
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Photograph from the University of Tasmania Special & Rare Photograph Collection Pr.Shp. 8

Date Deposited: 12 Jan 2015 02:10
Last Modified: 15 Sep 2017 01:16
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