Object: A walk in the park, London
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|Title||A walk in the park, London|
Lee-Johnson, Eric (photographer), circa 1937, England
|Medium summary||black and white photograph, gelatin silver print|
|Materials||silver, photographic gelatin, photographic paper|
|Classification||photographic prints, gelatin silver prints, black-and-white prints|
|Credit line||Purchased 1997 with New Zealand Lottery Grants Board funds|
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