Debrie Parvo model 'L' 35mm hand-crank movie camera and accessories, consisting of a camera shutter, four lenses (one with a bellows attachment), a view finder, an extension tube and a camera case.
Robert and Irene Goard collection
From the 1880s to the 1920s, professional Australian photographers such as Kerry, Rose and Hurley created an extensive record of urban and rural life in eastern Australia and developed highly successful businesses producing and selling portraits, landscape views and news and event photographs as prints, postcards and stereocards. These photographers also exhibited overseas and imported views of the world, including, for Hurley, of Antarctica, for Australian consumption. Through these practices, photographers such as Kerry, Rose and Hurley shaped both Australians' understanding of and interest in their own social and natural environments and Australians' perception of their place in the world.
Metal - non specific, Glass