View looking up Albert Street, Thames

View looking up Albert Street, Thames
[ca 1907-1915]

View looking up Albert Street towards houses on the hill above Upper Albert Street. On the lefthand side of the street in the foreground are the premises of Archibald Burns, grocer. On the opposite side of the street (at an intersection) are the premises of Gillespie and Thomson. Identifiable buildings further down the street are the Queen's Hotel (F Grubb) and at the end of the street the office of the Evening Star. In the foreground, standing on the road and looking at the photographer are two little girls and a boy with a pram. Photograph taken by William Arthur Price.

Inscriptions: Photographer's title on negative - bottom left - Albert Street. Thames. 1397D

Quantity: 1 b&w original negative(s).

Physical Description: Dry plate negative 4.75 x 6.5 inches

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Price, William Archer, 1866-1948 :Collection of post card negatives
1 b&w original negative(s), Negatives, Dry plate negative 4.75 x 6.5 inches, Orientation: Horizontal image
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