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New South Wales Institution for the Deaf the Dumb and the Blind, Newtown-Road, Sydney, 7 January 1899, by Tasma Studios
- New South Wales Institution for the Deaf the Dumb and the Blind, Newtown-Road, Sydney
This is a copy of a photographic spread that appeared in the Australian Town and Country Journal on Saturday 7 January 1899. The photos are by Tasma Studios, King Street, Newtown.
The images came with the following captions: 1.-Exterior View of the institution. 2.-The Board Room. 3.-Drawing and Modelling Class. 4.-The Girl's Playground. 5.-The Teaching Staff. 6.-The Boys' Playground. 7.-Blind Schoolroom (Junior Class). 8.-Blind Schoolroom ("Braille" Typewriting Class). 9.-Schoolroom (Manual Department).
- 7 January 1899
- Tasma Studios
- Published Source
- 'N.S.W. Institution for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind', Australian Town and Country Journal, 7 January 1899, pp. 29-31, http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/71322404. Details
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