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View Of Salmon Fishery And Cork [Ireland], Looking N.E. From The Fishery

1859. Albumen paper photograph, titled, dated “Aug. 26, 1859”, annotated and signed “Rich. L.B. Tooker” in ink on backing verso, 13.1 x 17.9cm. Silvering, laid down on original backing.

Annotation reads “The buildings facing the spectator are the Lee Mills and Penville Place.”

“The Lee Mills were water-powered flour and corn mills sited at the junction of a small watercourse with the river Lee [Cork, Ireland]. These mills were the largest water-powered flour-milling premises on the north channel of the river.” Ref: University College, Cork.

Item #CL191-7

Price (AUD): $1,650.00  Other currencies

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