A few postcards from a post card book of Egypt. Possibly sent to James by his brother, Henry when he was in Egypt as a stopover on his way to Gallipoli.
From Blackheath to 19 Paraween St, Cemorne.
Methodist Church of Australasia correspondence with James Hague 1931.
Methodist Church of Australiasia, Gulgong Circuit
“Tintypes aren’t prints, they’re the actual plates that were in the camera when the picture was taken. It’s known as the wet plate collodian process and was also done with glass (known as ambrotypes). Tintypes (actually on lacquered iron) were popular from the 1850s to the 1880s, but are still made to the present day …