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Margaret Matilda White 1868-1910

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  • Description
    Volume (30 cm) comprising an unpublished essay by Tim Walker on New Zealand photographer Margaret Matilda White. The bulk of this work functions as a catalogue featuring White's known and attributed works. (paged 1-90)
  • Other Number
    MS-1193, 82/58
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  • Catalogue title
    Margaret Matilda White 1868-1910
  • Identifiers
    • MS-1193  (Reference Number)
    • 82/58  (Registration Number)
  • Creator
  • Description
    Volume (30 cm) comprising an unpublished essay by Tim Walker on New Zealand photographer Margaret Matilda White. The bulk of this work functions as a catalogue featuring White's known and attributed works. (paged 1-90)
  • Collection
  • Physical description
    1 folder containing 1 spiral-bound typescript volume
  • Production
  • Medium
    Typescript (photocopy)
  • Subject
  • Citation
    Walker, Tim. Margaret Matilda White 1868-1910 1982. Auckland War Memorial Museum Library MS-1193
  • Notes
    • Margaret Matilda White was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on 9 January 1868. After the death of her father in 1869 Margaret's mother remarried. The family emigrated to New Zealand in 1886, Margaret worked as a part-time apprentice with John Hanna as early as 1890. She married Albert Reed in 1900, closed her studio, and moved to Mackaytown near Waihi. She died from tetanus in 1910, aged 42.
    • In Photography, July, 1999.

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