Two WWI photographs by Frank Hurley

Mar 28, 11:30 PM
In this special episode of Object Matters, Dr Craig Barker is joined by Toni Hurley, teacher, educator, historian, one-time president of the History Teachers Association and known to generations of school students as a co-author of the Antiquity series of textbooks. Toni is also the grand-daughter of renowned Australian photographer Frank Hurley (1885-1962).
 
Photographs: 
  1. Frank Hurley, ‘Machines returning to the hangars’, 1918, lantern slide, Chau Chak Wing Museum, HP90.28.2808 (pictured) 
  2. Frank Hurley, 'A machine descending to the Hangars of the 1st Australian Flying Corps, Palestine’, 1917-1918, lantern slide, Chau Chak Wing Museum, HP90.28.2741

Guest: Toni Hurley

Host: Dr Craig Barker, Head, Public Engagement, Chau Chak Wing Museum and Director, Paphos Theatre Archaeological Excavations. Follow @DrCraig_B on Twitter and Instagram.

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