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  • Description
    Sepia toned photograph of a women drumming at the Women's March on Washington - Auckland. She is standing in front of a crowd of people holding signs and banners with slogans "Tupac did not die for this", "grab this", "Get up, stand up", "Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter - Milk".
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    PH-2017-10-8
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  • Catalogue title
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  • Identifiers
    PH-2017-10-8  (Reference Number)
  • Creator
  • Description
    Sepia toned photograph of a women drumming at the Women's March on Washington - Auckland. She is standing in front of a crowd of people holding signs and banners with slogans "Tupac did not die for this", "grab this", "Get up, stand up", "Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter - Milk".
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    203 mm. x 305 mm (image and support)
  • Production
    Lear, Emily, photographer (Creator)
    Auckland (New Zealand)  (Place of occurrence)
    21/01/2017
    Silver Halide (Digital Exposure)
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  • Availability
    • All rights reserved  (Copyright)
    • Access by appointment � contact Library  (Access Notes)
  • Citation
    Lear, Emily, photographer,PH-2017-10-8

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