“A Plea For Kitty” and “Pom Pom’s Christmas Party”
“A Plea For Kitty” and “Pom Pom’s Christmas Party”
“A Plea For Kitty” and “Pom Pom’s Christmas Party”
“A Plea For Kitty” and “Pom Pom’s Christmas Party”
“A Plea For Kitty” and “Pom Pom’s Christmas Party”
“A Plea For Kitty” and “Pom Pom’s Christmas Party”
“A Plea For Kitty” and “Pom Pom’s Christmas Party”
“A Plea For Kitty” and “Pom Pom’s Christmas Party”
“A Plea For Kitty” and “Pom Pom’s Christmas Party”
“A Plea For Kitty” and “Pom Pom’s Christmas Party”
“A Plea For Kitty” and “Pom Pom’s Christmas Party”
“A Plea For Kitty” and “Pom Pom’s Christmas Party”
“A Plea For Kitty” and “Pom Pom’s Christmas Party”
“A Plea For Kitty” and “Pom Pom’s Christmas Party”
“A Plea For Kitty” and “Pom Pom’s Christmas Party”
“A Plea For Kitty” and “Pom Pom’s Christmas Party”
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“A Plea For Kitty” and “Pom Pom’s Christmas Party”

c1959-1964. Two albums containing approx. in total 182 vintage silver gelatin photographs with typed narrative, 38 x 29cm (each). Light cardboard covers are time-stained with tears; the photographs are in good condition overall; loosely bound.

The cats in the albums appear in costumes and different playful poses. The albums also contain loose magazine and newspaper clippings about Brodsky, covering her concern for cat protection, and illustrating photographs of her cats. Brodsky, a resident of Edgecliff, NSW, was a composer and lyricist. She was a strong supporter of the RSPCA and a member of the Cat Protection Society. It was reported that she had up to 9 cats, as pets.

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Item #CL181-165

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