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Sydney & beyond through the lens of Arthur Wigram Allen

Sydney lawyer and identity Arthur Wigram Allen, a tirelessly enthusiastic photographer, was fascinated by the social and technological changes occurring during his lifetime. His talent for amateur photography produced extraordinary pictures that offer a fresh insight into the Edwardian years in Sydney. 

The Edwardian era was sandwiched between the great achievements of the Victorian age and the global catastrophe of World War I. The death of Queen Victoria in January 1901 heralded a new century of significant inventions and social changes, including powered flight, the rise of the motorcar and a new federated Australia.

An Edwardian Summer was an exhibition held at Museum of Sydney from December 2010 through to April 2011.

Contributors: Judith Ainge, Alan Davies, Howard Tanner

Edited by Caroline Mackaness
Published 2010
148 pages 
215mm x 260mm
ISBN 9781876991395

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