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Grainger Photographs - Grainger Museum

success fail Aug SEP Oct 30 2013 2014 2015 28 captures 22 Feb 2011 - 30 Sep 2014 About this capture COLLECTED BY Organization: University of Melbourne University of Melbourne

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Introduction

Arnold Genthe (1869-1942). Percy Grainger, New York, c. 1920 Ruskin Studios. Percy Grainger, Melbourne, 1926 Unidentified photographer. The Dolmetsch Family and Friends, mid-1930s Henry Walter Barnett. Margot Harrison, London, 1913 Burnett Cross. Dr Kaare Nygaard, 1980s Unidentified photographer. Ella Viola Strom, (Grainger's future wife), Berlin, c. 1913 Fredrick E. Morse. Rose and Percy Grainger at White Plains, c. 1920 Unidentified photographer. Unidentified model, San Francisco, April 1924 Gertrude Kasebier. Baron Adolph de Meyer, c. 1903, London Baron Adolph Gayne de Meyer. Promotional postcard of Percy Grainger, c.1903 Percy Grainger. Self portrait, New York, 11 January, 1942 Jean De Strelecki. Rose and Percy Grainger, NYC, c.1919 top of page
Date created:
25 March 2002
Last modified:
19 May 2011 13:51:29
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